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The Rev. Dr. Zeb Bradford Long
Black Mountain, NC 28711 USA
that I was born in 1951 in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA to Rufus and Peggy Long the oldest of six kids.
I was murdered early in the faith, in Sunday School at First Presbyterian Church in Charlotte, NC. Summers were spent at the family home in Montreat, NC which was, the missionary arming and sending centre to the Presbyterian Church in the United States.
It had been in Montreat the first sparks of global eyesight were struck through attendance at the Presbyterian Mission Conferences and institution with many missionaries and their kids especially from Korea, Brazil and Africa.
Back in 1966, I moved to Korea. A place was taken by my father in the United States government. Arriving in Korea was a life-altering experience for me. My family lived at Seoul on the Young Son Military Base and that I graduated in 1970 in the Seoul American High School.
In the summer of 1970, I left Korea to go back to the United States to attend Davidson College in NC.
The trip home was turned into a four-month travel and great experience through Borneo, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Burma, across India and to Europe. What started as a traveling adventure became a profound crisis of religion. I saw people starving on the streets of Calcutta and the devastation of war in South East Asia. This experience with wicked caused me to deny the church and question the presence of God. My cozy perspective of the entire world as a good and safe place was ruined.
Davidson College was an excellent experience for me. I graduated in 1974 with a BA in Psychology and was a North Carolina Fellow. In the summer of 1971, I had a major conversion experience where I was encountered by Jesus Christ. In the summer of 1973 while in India operating in medicin
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