Leader of Lutheran Church in Guatemala visits e. Cobb
by Emily Boorstein
04:00 AM, Sunday, October 19
A retired Lutheran pastor from east Cobb says his religion is about how people live today and how to help them through lives. That is why the Rev. Bob Bear goes to Guatemala in Central America once or twice a year. Bear has organized about 15 miss...

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