I have my interview with young conservative author and preacher Demetrius Minor up at Counter Cultured today. Below is an excerpt:
GH: Tell our readers a little bit about yourself and why you’re a young conservative.
DM: I’m a 30 year-old preacher, blogger and writer for IJ Review. My godfather, Bishop Samie Conyers, told me in 2000 that just because I was black didn’t mean I had to vote Democrat. After doing my own research, I came to the conclusion that I was a social and economic conservative.
At the age of 28, I found out for the very first time that I was adopted. It was revealed to me that due to some poor life choices, my birthmother didn’t have the financial nor the emotional means to raise me in a stable household. However, she didn’t allow her decisions to rob me from being adopted from a loving family who loved me enough to consider me one of their very own.
God used both my biological and adopted parents to preserve my life so that I can fulfill my God-given purpose.
Continue reading at Counter Cultured.