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Day Two: A Vision for Zimbabwe

My friend Albert Mavunga is changing the world. Albert is a native Zimbabwean and a recent graduate of my alma mater Liberty University—one of World Help’s first supporters. Since the very beginning, Liberty has been on the frontlines of the mission field, empowering...

Noel Speaks at Liberty University’s Convocation

Earlier this week, I had the privilege of watching my daughter and World Help’s Vice President, Noel, speak to a jam-packed stadium of over 10,000 students and faculty at Liberty University. Thousands more watched via the live stream. Having spoken at my alma mater on...

On the Field in Rwanda: From Tragedy to Transformation

Rwanda, April 1994 . . . I’ll never forget it. During 100 nightmarish days and nights, nearly 1 million Tutsi men, women, and children were mercilessly slaughtered by the machetes of their own Hutu neighbors. The world was left in shock as the news images caught up...

Pt 4 | Real-Life Revolutionaries

In the past three weeks, I have released a blog post every Sunday as part of a four-part series expounding on my recent address to 11,000 students at Liberty University called “Love That Can Change the World.” This week’s post is the final installment of the series. I...

Liberty Students Fight the Famine

It’s been about two months now since I first heard the unsettling reports of famine swallowing up several regions in southern Somalia. I remember sifting through pages of news for relevant information, trying to form some semblance of understanding . . . resolve . . ....
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