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Weekly Recap: March 14-19

Good morning from Beverly Hills, Florida

We’ve been in our house for just over a month and it’s beginning to feel like home.   As much fun as it was traveling full time, it’s nice to be settled again and not be moving to another location today.

Today’s recap features a rather eclectic variety of posts on topics that you will find interesting and edifying.  If you missed one, this is a good way to catch up.

Also, today is the online funeral service for Ed Harrell.  Thursday’s post provides information on accessing that service Continue reading

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In Honor and Memory of Ed Harrell

Author, historian, University professor,  gospel preacher, and our beloved brother in Christ, David Edwin Harrell, Jr. passed from this life to his eternal reward last Monday afternoon, March 15th.

Today there will be a short graveside service for brother Harrell at 2:00 p.m. at Mandarin Cemetery in Jacksonville. Saturday, there will be an online service that you can register to view by linking here.

Almost 20 years my senior, I have known Ed Harrell since my college years. Like anyone who knew him, I was impressed with his unique intellectual insights combined with genuine humility. Sometimes preachers with educational credentials take simple truths and complicate them. Ed possessed the ability to simplify the complex. Continue reading

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“We Are Not Alone.”

Last night Norma Jean and I attended the opening session of the Florida College Lectures and heard the keynote address by Dr. David Edwin Harrell, Jr on the subject “What Shall We Do With History?”

Ed, as he’s known by those in our fellowship, is a social historian with an impressive academic resume. He served as a professor at six universities including the University of Georgia, the University of Alabama in Birmingham and Auburn University. He has been published in professional journals, edited and authored several books, spoken at dozens of conferences, and is recognized as an expert on Religious history as evidenced by his many interviews on national news programs. Continue reading

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