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Callahan to speak at ILUUF

Message will examine the importance of hope through two lenses: Christ’s “Farewell Discourse” in the Bible, and Dr. Viktor E. Frankl’s experience in a concentration camp, recounted in his book “Man’s Search for Meaning.”

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SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa — Rev. Joe Callahan will speak at the Sept. 11 Iowa Lakes Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hybrid service. His message will examine the importance of hope through two lenses: Christ’s “Farewell Discourse” in the Bible, and Dr. Viktor E. Frankl’s experience in a concentration camp, recounted in his book “Man’s Search for Meaning.”

Callahan was born in England and worked as a detective at Scotland Yard. He came to the U.S. with his wife and daughter in 1979 as an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ and served as a minister in Broad Brook, Connecticutt for 12 years. He is retired and he and his wife divide their time between their home in the Lakes Area and Mesa, Arizona.

The service begins at 11 a.m. in the Pebble Beach Room at Arrowwood Resort and Conference Center. Coffee begins at 10:30 a.m. Visitors are welcome. Those who wish to attend via Zoom can request an invitation at uuokoboji.com.

ILUUF is a member of the Unitarian/Universalist Association.

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