Dr. Wallace McLaughlin’s father was a struggling minister who experienced racism, poverty and a broken health care system in the Jim Crow South. He died of a stroke at 60. McLaughlin was 13 years old.
McLaughlin saw his widowed mother toil raising six kids by herself. With his physical father gone, McLaughlin gained a stronger relationship with God, his heavenly father, and began to see the importance of fatherhood….
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Founding CEO of Fathers and Families Center Reflects on Legacy