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I grew up near Rochester, New York, and considered myself a good kid. Okay, I wasn't anything special, but I had Christian parents that passed along Godly values. They taught me to be responsible for my actions, to choose good friends, and to put my best effort into every task. I attended church and became comfortable living in a religious environment. I was a quiet kid and didn't cause a lot of trouble. At the age of 5, my Sunday school teacher led me in a prayer to God, asking Him to take me to Heaven when I die. For the next few years, I thought very little about spiritual things. I was busy growing up and living for my own childhood pleasures. However, God used a series of events to change the course of my life. First of all, my Dad was transferred to a job location in New Jersey for two years, and our entire family moved to be with him. Besides having to re-learn their driving skills, my parents were forced to find a new church. Having always attended Baptist churches in the past, my parents found a small Baptist church, out in the middle of nowhere. I don't remember much about the church, except for my Sunday school teacher and his creativity and humor in telling Bible stories.
It was at that church that my parents started to think more seriously about raising children to love God. Part of that desire came from our......
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