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Lion Lights

    by Robert Rodenbush Richard Turere, like many Masai Tribe boys in Kenya, was sent to guard and herd his family’s cattle at just age nine. Protecting the cattle and livestock is an important job in this area of Africa, as these valuable animals represent the majority of the family’s livelihood and survival. At … more »

Losing a Whole Generation

    by Robert L. Rodenbush “We’re losing a whole generation — I call it mass murder.” These are the words of a heartbroken mother who buried her son at just 34 years old due to an opioid drug overdose. Yet, despite the crises, there are few places ready to support the families who suffer … more »

Hubris

    by Paul Mooney “We can do this by ourselves!” On a weekly basis, I talk with, listen to, speak to and interact with young people. Even among the very youngest there is a certain understanding of the present social fluidity. They feel it. You get the picture, of course. And the kids get … more »

A Weak Defense Is No Defense At All

    by Paul Mooney Reality lies in the heart. Our destinies are shaped and determined from the heart, all of the issues we face are settled from within the heart, and who we are is revealed by our hearts. These verities lead us to perhaps the Bible’s most profound warning: “Keep thy heart with … more »