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Monthly Archive for January, 2011

Take the Other to Lunch

There is nothing new about this idea: “People who have a different point of view need to sit down, listen, and talk to one another.” Simple enough?  Maybe not so much these days. It appears that dialogue (listening and talking) with a person who has a different point of view from you or me is […]

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A New Freedom

This is the eighth in a series on My Personal Faith Journey. On the celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday on January 17, 2011, it is a time to remember and a time to rekindle his dreams. I am also reminded of my faith journey and a freedom I experienced as a young […]

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This is the seventh in a series on My Faith Journey. I was nineteen years old and a sophomore at Clemson University in the spring of 1975.  As the President of The Fellowship of Christian Athletes during my four years there, one of the things I did regularly was speak at churches on Sundays.  It […]

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