Tag Archives: Forgiveness

Pro-Life!

October 18 – Texas Journey in Houston! Churches are everywhere in Texas. On every corner, there is a church. Along highways, there are churches. How can you have so many churches and so many executions? If you believe that all life is sacred, if you oppose abortion and euthanasia, how can you support the death penalty? Pro-Life? Really? Continue reading

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You Can Lead a Horse to Water (But You Can’t Make It Drink)

October 15 – Texas Journey in Houston! Our Texas Journey of Hope has begun! We are in Houston, Texas, right in the belly of the beast. And the beast did not take long to show its ugly face. Continue reading

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San Antonio, Planting a Seed and a Tree

October 7 – Texas Journey in 8 days! One of the traditions of a Journey of Hope is to plant a tree. In 1993, during the Indiana Journey of Hope, a tree was also planted at Lew Wallace High School, as a symbol of life and healing in remembrance of Gary Bible teacher Ruth “Nana” Pelke. Continue reading

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Houston, Death Penalty Capital

October 4 – Texas Journey in 11 days! Very shortly now, our Texas Journey of Hope 2010 shall begin in Houston, the death penalty capital of the Western world. We will also make a highly symbolic visit to the infamous Walls Unit, in Huntsville, where more human beings are legally liquidated than in any other part of the United States. Continue reading

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Hunger For Justice

September 24 – Texas Journey in 21 days! I could not but think of our upcoming Journey of Hope and how we all need to learn the way from violence to healing. In the United States in 2010, in Europe in the 1940’s, the human race has hunger for more justice. In October, we will bring food for thought and hope for a better Texas. Continue reading

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