Note: the author served as a chaplain in the US Air Force and is now retired. Recently a friend of mine commented that she was glad the impromptu BLM memorial in our city’s park had been removed. Actually, it had been vandalized and some stalwart citizens had cleaned up the debris. What I said to my friend startled both of us. Where did my passion come from? The answer to that question led me to reflect on how some challenging events in my life had formed my thinking on this issue. One was a high school experience. When...Read More
Author: Melvin Brinkley
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