I turned 50 this week.  Am I old?  A friend of mine wisely said, “You are old when you spend more time talking about your memories than your dreams.”  By that definition I am not old.  I still believe God can use me to make a Kingdom difference.  Sometimes I get in the way of…

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The annual poverty report was just released.  And the debates rage over the 50 year war on poverty.  “Poverty is not as bad as they say.”  “People just need to stop living off the government and get a job.” “Let’s stop coddling the poor.”  The New York Times reported this week on more municipalities passing…

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By Bradley Merrill Thompson Brad is a shareholder in the Washington DC office of Epstein Becker Green. Although he works in Washington, he lives in Zionsville, Indiana and volunteers with the Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic. In his spare time, Brad is an avid photographer who loves to document stories of justice. Saturday mornings, I volunteer…

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