Offering You Hope After Abortion

Offering You Hope After Abortion

Yesterday, I cried out for the Church to not remain silent on the issue of abortion. Today I’m appealing to the Church to also reach out to those who’ve endured the brutality of abortion, or are struggling with the decision of an unplanned pregnancy. It isn’t enough to stand against abortion; we need to take a stand “for life” and one way we do that is by offering true life and freedom in Christ to those who are caught in the death trap.

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How Are You Standing Against Abortion?

How Are You Standing Against Abortion?

There’s been a lot of noise this week, hasn’t there? People are marching, protesting, and voicing their opinions. Yesterday, we marched. We marched in support of the fight for the unborn.

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Chocolate-Eyed Girl

Chocolate-Eyed Girl

Her almond-shaped, chocolate eyes still haunt me. “Where is she right now?” is a question that keeps running through my heart as my mind rummages through a long running debate over where my responsibility to the helpless begins and ends. It was one of those rare sunny mornings that had no definite time frame. Usually when I travel 70 West, it’s with a time-crunch pushing me from behind and...

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Honoring Our Fallen Heroes

Honoring Our Fallen Heroes

Can we salute the courage and commitment of the five men who gave their lives in serving their community? I’m so thankful that we lowered the flags for five days, mourning the loss of five dedicated police officers. I’m thankful for the amount of support that we’ve seen poured out for them. I’m thankful for social media encouragement and words of affirmation sent their way . . . but I’m...

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His Look of Fear Haunts Me

His Look of Fear Haunts Me

The Sunday before Alton Sterling was shot in Baton Rouge, before Philando Castile died in the front seat of his car, before five officers were shot in Dallas, and others in Georgia, Tennessee, and Missouri, before all of that bloodshed, I got a glimpse into the fear that black men in our nation live with. We were in Philadelphia and had traveled to the core of the city to visit Eric Mason’s...

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