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Don’t take your woes out on the church

This letter is to the ungrateful person who recently started attending Twin Cities Church. The church is the most wonderful, loving family whom I love, so they do not deserve the rude and disrespectful behavior of this person.

My message to that ungrateful person is if he has emotional and mental problems, Twin Cities has a group, Celebration Recovery, which meets at 7 p.m. every Friday in the children’s room. Meanwhile, you might want to stay isolated for a while instead of making life uncomfortable for others.

It’s not our fault you’re crippled. I’m crippled with false hips, a weak pelvic bone, and to the best of my knowledge, no girl wants to have me for her husband. But I don’t behave like you do because it does not do any good.

Meanwhile, happy holidays.

Paul Andrew Pease

Grass Valley

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