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Two faculty attend Pastors for Reform conference in Wash., D.C.

May 7, 2014, 3:03 pm
Burton-Campbell Wash., D.C. Conference
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Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Burton Webb, Assistant Professor Drey Campbell (Social Work) and two local pastors took part in the Pastors for Reform conference in Washington, D.C.  last week. They spoke with Raul Labrador and Mike Simpson about the need for a Christian perspective on immigration reform. Campbell also took part in the annual Bible reading marathon in front of the United States Capital and read from the book of Jeremiah.

The conference received national news coverage. Below are links to take you to that coverage.  Over 250 Evangelical Pastors Urge Immigration Reform on Capitol HillOne more time, evangelicals head to Hill on immigration reform


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