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Elizabeth Gebhardt

For those of you who were so moved by the series on CNN on Forgiveness--and the Biehl story in particular, I recommend you go to http://www.amybiehl.org/ and sign up for their newsletter. You'll receive direct information about what the organization is doing, and perhaps there will be something you or your organization will want to engage in.

I will post any new stories that come my way.


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