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Mark Simpson swings with his friends Kelsey Anderson and Miguel Smith while volunteering with Campus Serve, a weekly service and outreach program at Liberty University. Photo by Jill Nance
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Mark Simpson uses his arms to ride a new bike given to him by Wheels on the James. Photo by Jill Nance
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Mark Simpson waits in line with his friends for lunch on campus at Liberty University. Photo by Jill Nance
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Mark Simpson speaks to a group at The Goode Ruritan Club. After changing his major to youth ministry, Simpson hopes to use his story to inspire others through public speaking. Photo by Jill Nance
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Mark Simpson climbs in his trunk to load up his wheelchair. "Everyday is an adaption," said Mark Simpson. Photo by Jill Nance
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Using his arms to propell hiself in the air, Mark Simpson jumps ropes with the kids at Campus Serve. Photo by Jill Nance
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With calloused hands used as his main method of getting around, Mark Simpson holds onto a Bible before he preaches at Campus Serve. Photo by Jill Nance
Posted: Sunday, June 23, 2013 3:30 am
Updated: 9:18 am, Thu Feb 6, 2014.
It’s the first of the month and shoppers push and pull overfilled grocery carts to the checkout line. Frozen meals, diapers and soaps tumble onto conveyor belts.
Mark Simpson greets Diana McGibbon and her daughter, Adelaide, as their cart comes to rest just past his register.
Contact Amy Trent at (434) 385-5543 or email@example.com.
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Sunday, June 23, 2013 3:30 am.