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The Father of Black History

  Carter Godwin Woodson 19 December 1875 – 3 April 1950 Years ago, Stevie Wonder put out a song with the lyrics “looking back on when I was a little nappy headed boy…”  When I look back, I remember how … Continue reading

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John Steinbeck speaks out on race relations

Here is an interesting essay by John Steinbeck that my Dad found among my grandmother’s old photos… What are your thoughts?

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Divine Law and the Foreigner

 The Immigrant Question By Damon S. Green, @Biblenomad       Immigration Reform is a hot topic on the lips of politicians, activists, and brave immigrants who are seeking to protect what they see as basic human rights.  Legislators wrangle over … Continue reading

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150th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation

“For just as the human body is one and yet has many parts, and all its parts, many as they are, constitute but one body, so it is with the Church of Christ. 13 For, in fact, in one Spirit all … Continue reading

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Integrity: Key to Selflessness

There is a crisis of integrity in the world today.   I was impressed to write about this recently during a church prayer service.  Soon afterward, I saw someone’s status post on Facebook about integrity.  A little later, my former … Continue reading

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Memorial Day – May 2011

Let us be thankful for those who laid down their lives for our safety and freedom.  Let us recognize the great ethnic diversity of our American patriots. Remember: The Native Americans who assisted early European settlers in their survival in … Continue reading

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The Messiah for All Nations

There are numerous passages in Holy Scripture that show God’s love for all mankind.  He so loved the world that Jesus was the sacrifice for Jews and Gentiles alike.  Jesus declared that the Gospel must be preached to all nations, … Continue reading

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