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First step in change is personal, bishop says

The interfaith leader encourages folks to start small to help others in need

By Pat Gee

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 08, 2012

~~<p>Bishop Randolph Sykes, a leader in Hawaii's interfaith movement, says people need to take action in their personal lives to be part of a solution to global problems.</p>
<p>&quot;Our goal is to change ourselves to effect change in the world,&quot; Sykes, the new president of The Interfaith Alliance Hawai&lsquo;i and secretary of the All Believers Network, said in an interview with the Star-Advertiser.</p>
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Bishop Randolph Sykes, a leader in Hawaii's interfaith movement, says people need to take action in their personal lives to be part of a solution to global problems.

"Our goal is to change ourselves to effect change in the world," Sykes, the new president of The Interfaith Alliance Hawai‘i and secretary of the All Believers Network, said in an interview with the Star-Advertiser. Login for more...



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