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ATHENS, Ga. (BP) -- As a young man, Franklin Scott sensed a strong call to ministry but clearly knew it wouldn't be in the pastorate.
"But back in those days being a pastor was about the only way to respond," he says on the eve of his Dec. 31 retirement after 29 years in campus ministry at the University of Georgia.
He chuckles as he remembers his frustration at the apparently limited vocational options.
Pastor? No clear presence of oratory skills and definitely not a public speaker; a self-described "extreme introvert."
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