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A retired ordained elder in the Church of the Nazarene, Phillip Kenedy is a relatively recent addition to a corps of more than 100 full- and part-time chaplains serving about 120,000 Tyson employees in 23 states.
Back in the mid-1990s, I went through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, an eight- or nine-month class required of people who want to convert to Catholicism. Several locals of note were in what we jokingly called our "pledge class." At a party that occurred during this process, an earlier convert said to me, "When I found out you could drink wine without guilt, I'm thinking, 'I'm in!'"
It’s the fruit of our heart that matters. If that fruit yields fear, hate, avarice and a dull spirit, then we have defiled ourselves, and our actions will follow suit. If our hearts bear courage of faith, love, selflessness and a fire for Christ, then our actions and our words likewise will follow.
The U.S. Constitution clearly points out there is a separation of church and state, right? Wrong. It doesn’t.