November reminds us of many things—our freedom to choose our leaders, our debt of gratitude we owe to our veterans, and our countless reasons to give thanks to God for the many gifts He has given us, most especially, the gift of His Son who died and lives again to give us life. A life that means something. A life that matters. A life that can have joy in the most desperate circumstances.
November is a month to remember. Remember our heroes, our families, and our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world. I’d like to take a few days, in honor of the International Day of Prayer (11/11/12), to remember some of the prayer requests we’ve prayed for over the last few months.
Afghanistan is concerned… (8/20/12)
Christians in Afghanistan are praising God for keeping them safe and bringing them through a very scary time… (9/23/12)
Being a Christian in Afghanistan means being part of a very small minority…(9/30/12)