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Saturday, January 20, 2007

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Terry Dorsey

Reverend,

This artcle truly blessed my life. I have a 1year old son and my hearts desire is to make sure he is never a victim of racism. Unfortunatley, during the course of my life I have been expeosed to it far to many times. However, our Father God has given me wisdom and solutions to the deadly plague of racism that has damged our society. It blessed me to see that he has given you insight in the matter as well. Together I belive we can make a difference. I recently finished my latest book titled, "God is an Entrepreneur". one of my favorite chapters of the book s titled "Cultural Diversity". Iwould be delighted if you would write an endorsement for the book. If you are willing I can be reached tdorsey@promiselandpublishing.com You can review the book on our website www.promiselandpublishing.com I hope to hear back from you soon.

Lenka

It is refreshing to see personal responsibility mentioned in the subject of racism. I am tired of people who hide behind blame of organizations or history as to why we are not moving forward in this issue. The Sunday Streaming Faith is a prime example. While I don't have a racist bone in my body, I recently realized that if I am not part of the solution, I AM THE PROPBLEM. The bottom line is that open communication with adults as well as children is the only way we can change this horrible undercurrent.
Thank you for not looking for excuses.

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