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Dr. Chiedozie I. Nwagwu, Neurosurgeon

The recent operation on my neck was performed by Dr. Chiedozie I. Nwagwu, Neurosurgeon. He goes by the first named of Ched, and his last name is pronounced Wa-goo. The only negative comments I could find about him were how … Continue reading

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What you see is not what you get

So from now on, we do not think about what people are like by looking at them. We even thought about Christ that way one time. But we do not think of Him that way anymore. (2 Corinthians 5:16 NLV) … Continue reading

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Being part of the solution instead of the problem

Well folks, after a week spent on the topic of racism I can truthfully say I know no more about this than when I started. I spent a good deal of time on today’s Catch and it ended up in … Continue reading

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What matters

“He has a gun; run!” That’s what Shetamia Taylor, an African American mother of four sons, heard a white police officer yell at her last week in Dallas as he was shot and falling to the ground. Shetamia, too, was … Continue reading

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Getting along with those who are different

Wayne Bridegroom, aside from being my roomie in college (which means very little in the grand scheme of things except that it provides for our personal connection), is the pastor of a multiracial church in central California. The church has … Continue reading

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Doing the right thing for the right reason

He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.  Micah 6:8 “Woe to you, teachers of the law … Continue reading

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Is there a race problem in my heart?

It’s clear from the events of last weekend that race relations in America are strained to the breaking point. How is this possible? African Americans have broken into all levels of society and economics, all the way up to and … Continue reading

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