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Why Is A Church Hosting a History Series on West Charlotte?

April 4, 2018

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Why is a church hosting a history series on West Charlotte? I think that’s a fair question. My quick answer is that I think more churches should be hosting history lessons on their communities. When you know your story, you can tell your story with better clarity and understanding. Also, I am motivated to host […]

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The Church’s Response to Generational Poverty

March 5, 2018

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I’ve been doing a lot of reading, research, and writing for my doctoral program these days. One more semester to go before I start writing my dissertation in June. Normal routine is to finish my papers for school and then send them to Dara, my mom, and my dad with a similar message. “You are […]

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A Celebration of Life (The One Year Anniversary of the Day My Friend Was Stabbed)

August 12, 2017

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“Please pray, we are in an ambulance and Dan has been stabbed.” August 12, 2016 was a pretty simple day. I looked at my calendar the night before and realized that I only had one meeting scheduled – lunch with my friend Darren – and the remainder of the day was simply getting final details […]

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