Gray, a housewife, mother of seven, and Relief Society president in the Sheffield England 2nd Ward, found a vocation in international aid while watching television.
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By November , her year-old daughter, Sammy, had joined her mission. They distributed relief supplies to frontline crisis areas in Croatia and Bosnia, a trip Gray would repeat dozens of times in the following decade. The visits gave her added purpose and determination to extend the love of Christ to her suffering brothers and sisters.
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Global values 101: a short course
Lectures are held the second Thursday of every month at p. They address the topics of war, religion, the global economy, and social change; discuss the role of the citizen and the media in a free society; show the way to a more equitable college admissions system; discuss the evolution of personal responsibility in a consumer culture; and tell us to get involved in politics because, if you want to see change, you have to make change happen.
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Global values 101 : a short course
Call number Genres Nonfiction. Publication Beacon Press , Edition: 1, pages. Description This book grew out of one of the most popular courses ever offered at Harvard, in which some of the most original thinkers of our day sat down with students and explored how ideas can make us more engaged, involved, and compassionate citizens.
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