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DAVID DALLAS: A Mission of Love to End Racism

Auburn Sandstrom cries while praying at a sidewalk memorial in memory of the shooting victims in front of Emanuel AME Church, Monday, June 22, 2015, in Charleston, S.C.  A week of funerals lie ahead for victims of the Charleston church massacre that killed nine people. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Afew months ago, I started attending Mission Mississippi meetings in my home county. Hosted by different churches and community groups each month, the mission of these prayer groups is to encourage and demonstrate unity across racial and denominational lines. The hope is that communities throughout Mississippi will see practical evidence of the Gospel message among a diverse group of believers. ...

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"South Broad" by Pat Conroy

In the tradition of outstanding Southern writers, Pat Conroy is a master storyteller and a magician with words. “South of Broad” was published in 2009, but I read what I want to, when I want to. Therefore, I have just finished this wonderful book and enjoyed all 512 pages of it. Well, actually I didn’t want it to end. It ...

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