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Tribute to John Lewis

“Rep. John Lewis has bequeathed to the church a call to make ‘good trouble’ and to stir up the gift that resides in us: faith in God and faith in each other. I pray the followers of Jesus are finally ready to claim our inheritance.”

Dr. Aidsand Wright-Riggins
in an analysis he wrote for Baptist News Global
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