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“Toxic environments of intolerance are not acceptable. Sadly, words and acts of hatred and bigotry are heard and accepted far too often. We shall continue to speak words of love and mercy. We shall continue to offer acts of compassion and grace.”
“Jennifer and I were married in the chapel in October 1999, and we have been a chapel-going family ever since.”
“Before Nehemiah, I had been addicted to drugs for 16 years. My life was spiraling out of control.”
“We unite as African-American men in one accord--- standing together, serving together, singing together and spreading messages of unity, strength and hope to our community and the world ---together--- in 'One Accord.’”
Mark Yaconelli is a writer, speaker, storyteller, retreat leader, spiritual director, community activist, disco dancer, husband, and father. He is the founder and executive director of The Hearth: Real Stories by Regular Folks.
“I’ve been a member of First Presbyterian Church since 1950, when my father was transferred to Dallas. We lived in Shreveport at the time and a local minister suggested we try several churches in the Dallas area, but he predicted we would end up at First Presbyterian Church. We thought, ‘How’d he know?’”