As you can see, I’ve been posting videos and thoughts about the One Campaign. I think it is a wonderful, hopeful campaign that is bringing people of different faiths and beliefs together to add their voice of concern to the on-going genocide, HIV/AIDS pandemic, hunger, poverty, disease and war in Africa. The problem there is […]
Behind the Scenes of ONE This week I’ve been focusing on the ONE Campaign. Here’sa video with some of the participants–particularly Rick Warren, pastor of Saddleback–talking about why One is important.
One Vote My daughter has everything in the world she needs: books, more toys than she can play with, DVD’s, markers crayons and coloring books, clothes, access the healthcare and medicine, a church who loves her, friends, great grandparents and great-grandparents. She has parents who think she spun the world into existence and she has […]
The ONE Campaign I am so pleased that the hearts of so many people–both Christians and non-Christians– are responding to the tragedies of poverty, hunger and AIDS in Africa. The One Campaign–as this video shows–has brought together some of the most unlikely people to help people in need. I encourage you to visit the One […]
Yesterday’s sermon was entitled: A Community of Grace, Joy and Forgiveness. The genesis of my thinking on this subject lies in a phone call I recieved over two years ago from a distraught, hurting young woman. Honestly, in the preparing and even the preaching of the sermon I thought it was one of the worst […]