Martyr Monday: Prayer

So, I recognize that I have been severely lax in my blogging lately. Since I started working I just don’t know where all my time has been going. I missed last week’s post and didn’t even have the energy to make it up later in the week. (But this week I’m actually doing my post in … Continue reading Martyr Monday: Prayer

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Sign for “colored” waiting room at a Greyhound bus terminal in Rome, Georgia, 1943. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The crowd listened until Paul said [the word “Gentile”]. Then they all began to shout, “Away with such a fellow! He isn’t fit to live!” Acts 22:22 (NLT) It’s amazing how one racially charged… Continue reading

Martyr Monday: “Pastor Plants Church with Terrorist”

The following article was taken from the Charisma News website. Pictures found using Google. Criminals sit jam-packed in a filthy Indian holding cell. The smell of urine permeates the dank air. Two bedraggled men in the corner stand out—not because of their threadbare clothes or clean-cut features but because of their actions. Pabitra Kata hums a … Continue reading Martyr Monday: “Pastor Plants Church with Terrorist”