On the chapel after Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Clint Baldwin inspires Asbury with words of non-violent protest, suffering, justice, and love.
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Today Bishop Lindsey Davis spoke to the student body about the 10 lepers, thankfulness, being appreciated, lifestyle and a grateful heart.
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