Religion: Taxi to Church

Three years ago Charles J. Gray was out of a job and nearly broke when he began to drive a taxi in a suburb of Flint, Mich. For a while he had some rough going, but now he owns the North End Cab Co., with six taxis and an office. A few weeks ago 46-year-old Cabman Gray decided it was time to do something he had been thinking about for a long time. He called up the six churches in his area (five Protestant and one Roman Catholic) and told them he would give free...

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