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March 27, 2012


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Keith Whitaker

Fred's comments about God's messages brings to my ruined mind the recent film, "Jeff, Who Lives at Home"--a completely faith-based film for an a-religious age. Rather like Wise Blood's Church of Jesus Christ without Jesus Christ.

Phil Cubeta

Fred has had to deal with the "audience" issue in his work as a life insurance company leader. He managed to let everyone know of his faith, without it feeling like he was applying any pressure to conform to his views, which he was not. The tone of his site, "Here is my experience, what is yours?" is characteristic of him.

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