GRACIE MURPHREE, JUSTICE CHAMPION Justice Champion Robin Gracie Travis-Murphree was asked so often how she survived the trials of her life that her answer, “By the grace of God”, led to the name by which she is now known: Gracie. The Lord confirmed this change through 1 Corinthians 15:10 and 1 Timothy 1:12. Gracie will tell you…

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Memorial Day

Memorial Day dates back in some form to 1868.  The holiday honors those who died in wars for America.  There is a deeper truth in the day which we do well to honor.  Here is the powerful truth about Memorial Day. Memorial Day is not about death, but life. Abraham Lincoln understood the powerful truth…

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fair

  We pledge allegiance with liberty and justice for all.  But do you think our justice system is fair for all?  We want to explore this question and its significant implications with you at Restore 117 on June 8-9 at Judson University. Our Civil Justice System is Not Fair for All Don’t you think it…

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St. Patrick's

We took our sons to Ireland many years ago.  Joseph (pictured) still has the hat.  He also bought a big leprechaun hat, but there are some pictures a freshman in college refuses to show.  Ireland is a beautiful island with friendly people and a rich history – including St. Patrick.  Knowing this Irish story allows…

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Modern slavery must end!  We know this.  The new report on human trafficking contains 418 pages crying against this injustice.  But what can you and I do about it?  Allow me to pull information from the report to provide five practical ways to help end slavery today. 1.  Involve your family and friends The report…

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Seriously.  With so much need and so little time, where do I get started?  Can I really make a difference anyway?  These are great questions.  Here are some other questions to consider: 1.  What are you passionate about?  Human Trafficking, Mass Incarceration, Global Warming, Access to Justice, Immigration…   It could be a  l o…

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Honestly a couple of years ago I thought this – # – was a number sign or a tic tac toe board.  Hashtag sounded like a cool game of tag where you run around throwing hash at someone  – “hash you’re it’.  A few more years ago no one knew what a hashtag was.  But…

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