Tuesday, August 29, 2017

America's first black army chaplain


TRIBUTE
A Humble Political Influencer Gets His Crowns in Heaven
At least, that's what I expect for the late Michael Cromartie.
PETER WEHNER
Michael Cromartie, who passed away earlier today, was one of the most life-affirming people I ever met. He had a radiant personality, deep and winsome faith, endless energy, and tremendous generosity of spirit. He touched and brightened countless lives during his earthly pilgrimage, mine very much among them. continue reading >>


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