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David Michael May

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Web site: www.outofthepews.com

Minnesota based author of "A Call to Arms! Out of the Pews and Into the streets;" of "Prostitutes, Tax Collectors and You;" and of Peace on Earth? Church Leadership for Non-Leaders." All three are available from Amazon - including Kindle versions at reduced prices

We are currently living in Haiti. Former USMC Captain with time in Viet Nam in the 60's. 35 years of running child welfare and juvenile justice programs. Married to an amazing woman who is a mother to everyone she meets. Five children and seven grandchildren.

Bachelor's in Education from the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss)and a Master's in Social Welfare from Florida State University (FSU).

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