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Twenty Years Later, We Have Not Forgotten

Twenty years ago, the world watched in horror as one of the swiftest civil uprisings of our time left more than 800,000 Rwandans dead. The 1994 Rwandan genocide is now known as one of the largest preventable losses of life in recent history. Today marks the...

Will You Say “Enough”?

What’s happening to the people of Syria isn’t about politics anymore. It’s about life and death, survival and suffering . . . and the bleak reality that if we don’t respond now, the future of an entire nation hangs in the balance. The U.N estimates that 1.4 million...

Celebrate Easter: Share Hope

Easter is a time of resurrection, restoration, and hope. It’s an opportunity to reflect on the promises of God and what they mean for our future. But it is also a time we realize that hope is absent in the lives of so many people. Too hungry, sick, poor, and weary to...
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