Chaplain Bill Minson fulfills mission as American Red Cross volunteer

Kessler, Susan
January 2002
New York Amsterdam News;1/3/2002, Vol. 93 Issue 1, p26
Reports the humanitarian activities of American Red Cross Chaplain Bill Minson following the terrorist attack in New York, New York. Reasons for the stay in the city on the day of the attacks; Offer of words of comfort for the victims; Involvement in The Urban Domestic Affairs of the Young Ministries.


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