Dissolving our differences

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David Stevens, John Wood, Jr. and Rob Robertson, My Faith Radio

Donald Trump.

It seems that even a name holds enough division to set our pulses racing. A new movement is trying to bring people back together.

John Wood, Jr. and Rob Robertson are a part of Better Angels, a movement that isn’t just bringing people back to the table, they are bringing them together.

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