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Insights into a joint ministry

Bishops’ spouses talk about their experience in a new collection of stories

Benita Rumalshah
Married to the Bishop of Peshawar (Pakistan), the Rt Revd Mano Rumalshah

My heritage is from a Christian family in West Bengal in India. My great-grandparents crossed the threshold of faith to Christianity, which, according to my grandfather, offered him a whole new vision of godhead.

My encounter with the wider world began when, in my late 20s, I was offered a teaching post in Australia under the ...

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