Monday, February 9, 2009

Mother Teresa with an AK-47?

"All my life, from birth, it's been a fight. And it always seemed to be another man's war. I always seemed to be fighting for someone else. But it always came back to me. The Word says we're born into sin, and sin always comes back to war."
-- Sam Childers

Lots of do-gooders want to help poor people in Africa. You can turn on the TV and see celebrities talk all about Africa at their charity concerts. And you can turn on the TV and see politicians yammer on about Africa. But while the rock stars and senators were talking, one courageous missionary was already there, fighting to save lives. When God's people in war-torn northern Uganda and southern Sudan needed help, God sent a Pennsylvania steel-worker's son, a two-fisted biker who wasn't afraid of a fight.

Another Man's War: The True Story of One Man's Battle to Save Children in the Sudan will be released next month, but you can pre-order it now at a special price.

The New York Times has a report on the effort to hunt down Joseph Kony and his LRA terrorists, who have inflicted evil in Africa for two decades. Last week, two of Kony's lieutenants said they're ready to surrender.

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