Three days after the Michael Dunn verdict, Chanequa Walker-Barnes, who teaches pastoral care and counseling at McAfee School of Theology, preached in chapel. She challenged Christians to share the hurt of those devastated that the Florida jury found Dunn guilty of attempted murder for firing into a car of unarmed teens, but not guilty of the primary charge, the first degree murder of Jordan Davis.
Of all the life lessons I have accumulated, one stands out in recent years. It is the lesson that relationships matter! If we begin to boast about family, I will crow loudly about my life with Penny—she has endured life with this northeast Georgia hillbilly for four decades.