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MLK chapel focuses on “The Bond of Love”

(Jan. 19, 2016) – Rev. Lorenzo McCutcheon speaks to Carson-Newman students during the University’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. chapel service. McCutcheon, who serves as youth pastor at Peaceful Believer’s Church in Fort Meade, Florida, spoke on “The Bond of Love,” and its importance in today’s society. McCutcheon’s wife Petrina served as soloist during the morning’s event held at First Baptist Church of Jefferson City.

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