Monday, October 22, 2001

Author to speak at 'forgiveness' event

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        BURLINGTON — Debbie Morris, author of the book Forgiving the Dead Man Walking, will speak at a Saturday conference sponsored by the Florence Bap tist Temple's Women Reaching Women ministry.

        The conference, “Embracing Forgiveness,” will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the church, 1898 Florence Pike, Burlington. Mrs. Morris will sign her book at 9 a.m.

        In 1980, while a teen-ager, she survived a brutal experience at the hands of the men depicted in the movie Dead Man Walking. She will share her journey of healing from the physical, emotional and spiritual scars.

        Tickets, $15, include lunch. For tickets, call Ruth at 859-525-1265. For information, visit or


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