(RNS) Janine Winkler loves reading books to her 2-year-old grandson
Judah, but instead of sitting on her lap at her home in Michigan, he's
usually half a world away in Nigeria, where his father works for
Wycliffe Bible Translators.
(RNS) Alix Jules is an atheist, but for years he felt uncomfortable at
gatherings of nonbelievers. The reason: he's black.
"I got really tired of going back and forth to free thought events
and being the only black person there," said Jules, 36, who lives in
Dallas. "It was not necessarily inviting. I just felt like an outcast
... No one was reaching out to me."