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NASHVILLE (BP) -- Randy Parks remembers the music, the games, and the wacky events from the first summer he attended Centrifuge in 1979. But most of all, he remembers the clear message of the Gospel and the strong conviction that a life following Christ was exciting and worth living.
That summer at Glorieta, N.M., when Parks was only a high school junior, laid the foundation for his future as a hospital chaplain.
"Centrifuge changed the direction of my life," said Parks, now a chaplain at Newton Medical Center in Newton, N.J. "It was there I answered what I believed to be a call to follow God in the path of Christian ministry. Read More