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18/09/2012

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Pam Richards

Steve,

Often since I met him on our first day of college at Cincinnati Bible Seminary, I've agreed with your surmise that Rich Mullins couldn't possibly be Irish. On first meeting him, I assumed he must be a foreign exchange student--until he spoke. He had just spent the summer harvesting roses in Richmond, and watching Brother Sun, Sister Moon every chance he got. In the summer of 1974, his complexion was as dark as it was in the New Mexico days. In writing about him, I've come across some breaking information about his yDNA "deep ancestry." I hope you'll stop by and see what has turned up. It's possible Richard is about to make you proud to be Irish all over again!

Ross Eagles

Hey there, Steve:

'Ragamuffin' is a movie to check out, a film based on the Life of Rich Mullins; I found the DVD this past summer. What he was about, his faith and response to God has been something extraordinary to consider when paired with Rick Warren's book and study, 'What on Earth Am I Here For?', especially one of the closing documentary clips of Rich speaking to a congregation audience ... paraphrased or perhaps accurate stating 'Don't think that God expects any less of you than he did of Christ.' Likely, it's a kind of comment that you would recall from Rich Mullins.

Hope all is well. Thanks for keeping on with all that Soul Surmise is. Ross

Rob Lawson

Brings back fond memories and tears.

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