“Mommy, my truck broke!” Little children instinctively run to their parents to have them fix the broken things in their lives. But as they grow older, they learn that Mommy can’t fix everything. She can’t make that girl you have your eye on like you back. She can’t prevent the emotional scars that result from your being excluded from a…
This Month | October 2014
Jacob Onyumbe was 16 years old when the so-called wars of liberation began in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1996. He and his classmates had to flee into the woods to hide from rebels. He thought the whole conflict might last a few weeks. Now 18 years later, more than six million people have died, millions of women and children have been raped and abducted, and there is no end in sight.
Looking For More
A look at this month’s devotions.
The Wailing Wall and Lament
God, Emotion, and Suffering
Everyone's Role in Missions
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