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Yesterday the news broke about Amanda Berry and several other young women trapped inside their captor’s home in Cleveland for nearly a decade. Thankfully, theirs is a happy ending in that they survived. A story like this makes us ask: How … Continue reading
If you get an opportunity to do something that only happens every four years, guess what: YOU DO IT. It was my distinct joy to be part of the 2013 presidential inauguration – and not only just to stand in … Continue reading
This month I had the opportunity to contribute to Seedbed, the publishing arm of Asbury Theological Seminary. I was given the prompt, “What is like to live as a Christian in the nation’s capital?” Here are my thoughts. Washington, D.C. … Continue reading
God has designed a litmus test to measure our devotion to him. The test? How we care for orphans. Jason Yost, founder of DC-based New Rhythm Project, explains it this way: …caring for orphans is more than an initiative, it’s a … Continue reading