FIRST-PERSON: Hearing their stories
Frankie Melton greeted a man who looked and spoke differently than the norm in his South Carolina town. The greeting led to a friendship, a baptism and a reminder about heaven.
FIRST-PERSON: Consequences of inaction
A visit to Auschwitz reminds Frankie Melton of "the terrible consequences of inaction." In societies "without the moral rudder of a just and righteous God," there is no end to "the atrocities human beings can unleash on fellow human beings," Melton, a Christian studies professor at North Greenville University, writes.