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Two Decades of Silent Testimony

A billboard on display at Parkers Crossroads has greeted visitors for over twenty years, one man’s message of faith.
Photo By: W. Clay Crook / The Lexington Progress

Article by W. Clay Crook-

For over twenty years, the billboard on the southeast side of Exit 108 at Parkers Crossroads has greeted visitors with its simple message, “I love you. Come to know me. – Jesus Christ.” Over 36,000 cars pass through the intersection a day, while countless others of us pass through the neighborhood on our daily business or travel. The sign is not from a mega church, mission group, nor even a local congregation, but from the heart of a man who resides in Olive Branch, Mississippi, Larry Ray. Ray, who is now terminally ill with cancer, was once a traveling salesman.  He stopped one day at Giftland…

For the complete story, see the December 27th edition of The Lexington Progress.

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