To Do Your Will and Not Mine

In a time when we have more wealth than past generations and more non-profits meant to help with the needs of others, we should, theoretically, be seeing such fruitful, hopeful, joyful lives. Would you say this is not true? Yet quite the opposite is true. Suicide rates are extremely high. Hopelessness is seen on the … Continue reading To Do Your Will and Not Mine

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Nothing New Under The Sun

As a nation, earlier this month we celebrated our independence and freedom. Looking back to the sacrifices made by the Founding Fathers in order to escape tyranny and oppression from Britain, and to freely worship God. America is no longer what it once was. In our vain attempts to be relevant and appease the sins … Continue reading Nothing New Under The Sun

Hope…

We all know this word. We all use it. But the problem that I'm finding as I live here in D.C. is that there is very little hope in people's lives. I'm not talking about the hope of a better government or the hope that people are no longer poor. These things are needed hopes … Continue reading Hope…

My Twin, Roman from Burkina Faso

"But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all things that I said to you." John 14:26 The day is Monday, November 13, 2017. The weather was chilly cold and the smiles were everywhere as people from all over the … Continue reading My Twin, Roman from Burkina Faso

Faith & Sam from North Carolina

Let me take you back to July 20th, 2017. I'm back in D.C. walking the streets and I see a large group of teenagers wearing bright orange shirts around the World War II Memorial. Upon further investigation, I was able to walk and talk with two teens, Faith and Sam, and find out what they … Continue reading Faith & Sam from North Carolina