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Dr. Chris Abrams

Vice President for Student Development

Malone University

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Malone University

2600 Cleveland Ave. Nw

Canton, Ohio 44709

United States

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Dr. Chris Abrams, Vice President for Student Affairs, will be able to provide information to help navigate the college choice process as well as provide information about Malone University, an Evangelical Friends University located in Canton, OH.

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Born the son of a Baptist minister in western Pennsylvania, one of many parts of the country that takes very seriously its athletic competitions, Shirl Hoffman has grown up in and around sport. With his upbringing and later his work as a Professor of Exercise and Sport Science as well as the Director of the American Kinesiology Association, Hoffman is well-suited to offer a critique concerning the marriage of the Christian faith and sport through multiple lenses. In his work Good Game: Christianity and the Culture of Sports, he asks the reader to take a hard look at the current state of sport even sport in a "supposed" Christian context, and see how it might look within a "truly" Christian context.

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Chris Abrams, Vice President for Student Development at Malone University, and his wife Melissa, are shown with their twin adopted daughters Faith and Hope, both 9.

The 9-year-old twins and their adoptive parents, Chris and Melissa Abrams, recently returned to Port-au-Prince for the first time since the girls were 8 months old.
"It's better," said Chris Abrams, vice president for student development at Malone University.
"One of the things that drew us to Haiti is, it would be easier for (adopted) children to keep a connection with their home country," Chris Abrams explained.
 He noted that the idea to visit Haiti emerged when they learned the girls' birth mother was inquiring about them at the Rainbow of Love orphanage from which they were adopted.
"It got us to thinking, we hadn't heard anything about her during the earthquake," Abrams said.
Chris Abrams explained that when their mother became pregnant, their father left to find work in the Dominican Republic.
"Meeting him was a bit of a surprise," Chris Abrams said.
"For Faith and Hope to meet their birth parents before it was too late, and see how beautiful Haiti the country and the people are; for their birth parents to see how happy and loved the girls are and to have peace; for Chris and I to see how God provided financially for the trip; how at peace we were about going knowing God was in control and felt confirmation all along the way.

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Chris Abrams, whose adopted twin daughters, Faith and Hope, were born in Haiti, said he didn't think the girls were aware of the tragedy.

"My children are 7," he said "There was a news broadcast. You think they're not paying attention, then someone says 'Haiti' and 'boom.' We spent some time talking to them about what an earthquake was, what that means, and the potential ramifications."
Vice president for student development at Malone, Abrams said he has had contact with the orphanage where the girls were adopted.
"I have been able to track down how things are with their different buildings," he said. "They've got some flooding damage, but all the structures are standing and the children are OK. Obviously they're without electricity, but nobody's hurt or has died."
Abrams recalled that when he and wife, Melissa, went there to pick up the twins, they stayed in accommodations considered luxury-class, "but we didn't have electricity or hot water. Temperatures reached 105 degrees, he said.
Abrams said the girls have expressed concern about their birth mother, with whom they have had intermittent contact via the orphanage.

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