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Griffin's Good Life: David Bryant

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Retired since two thousand-two, former administrative assistant to the fire chief, 67-year-old David Bryant is as busy as ever, leading the good life.

The Mexican Indian Training Center in Cordobo, Mexico, came into being over half a century ago through the efforts of John Hall, a Shreveport doctor...and David Bryant, with his office here in Shreveport , is executive of M.I.T.C.

"The Mexican Indian Training Center was formed in 1956 and since that time has been training young men and women to come to school there and become pastors and missionaries and go back to their tribes , back to their villages and preach the gospel," Bryant said.

Among the many things Bryant does as executive director, is to oversee the fund raising necessary to keep M.I.T.C. going.  

But the end result to Bryant is what he accomplished.

"But you know people don't live forever on this earth and when they leave here they go into eternity and what we do now is to reach out to people and help them..." he said.

Bryant has been executive director since two thousand and seven and even though he's in his late 60s, he has no desire to call it quits.

To find out more about the center click here.

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