Do you remember the events of 2011? God removed seven men from power that year.
A committed atheist, hardnosed Chicago Tribune legal affairs editor Lee Strobel, marshalled his skills in journalism and law to find out what had happened to his wife, who had become a follower of Christ.
We highly recommend the movie, Unbroken, about Louis Zamperini. Much of the movie depicts inhuman treatment in a prisoner-of-war camp in World War Two, so a number of the scenes may be too rough for some viewers. Unbroken impressed me with Louis’ spirit to survive and, we’re told at the end, his ability to forgive.
In this 26-minute film, follow the journeys of Ricardo Kakà, Cacau, Jacob Mulenga, Eyong Enoh, and Brad Guzan to discover how they deal with the pressures of football and life.
Alone Yet Not Alone is based on the true story of Barbara and Regina Leininger, who were taken forcibly from their Pennsylvania homestead during the French and Indian war.
This post is excerpted from an article written last week by Joseph Kolb of Reuters about the passing of the last of the Navajo Code Talkers, Chester Nez, on Wednesday, June 4th, at the age of 93.