In the spotlight

It was with great delight that I read the May article that featured Dr. Dien Ashley Taylor. I met Dr. Taylor at Fordham University when we were both pursuing studies for the doctoral program. He not only excelled in his academic studies but also became noted as a talented musician. Dr. Taylor freely shared his intellectual and artistic gifts with others. Those of us who were privileged to be his associates at Fordham were enriched by his presence. His many talents and his gifted personality gave clear evidence of his future success in the ministry of being an “undershepherd” to his flock at Redeemer Lutheran Church. Thank you for putting a well-deserved “spotlight” on this wonderful pastor.


Dr. Peggy Fanning, CSJ
via the Internet


 


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