COLUMBIA — Questions about the environment, health care and the economy have taken center stage thus far in the presidential campaign. Earlier this month, Democratic Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama addressed religion. The topic of faith and social justice arose during a Compassion Forum at Messiah College in Pennsylvania. The forum helped bring religion to the nation’s attention as part of the presidential campaign. The candidates talked openly about their faith and the role religion plays in everyday life in America. Today the Missourian begins an occasional conversation on the topic with Columbians. In this installment: Kim Gage Ryan speaks about the impact politics has on her personal prayer life.
Minister speaks about impact of politics, social concerns on her prayer life
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