Commentary: John Fountain's Renewed Faith

John Fountain grew up poor in Chicago. At age 22, he was a college dropout, married with three children and living on welfare. Although Fountain grew up in a family that practiced the Pentecost faith, he was having a difficult time maintaining his religious beliefs. But now Fountain has renewed faith, a college degree and works as a national correspondent for The New York Times.

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