this looks all too familiar

Original BBC article found here. ‘Dozens die’ in Nigeria clashes At least 32 people have been killed in a gun battle between security forces and a radical Islamist group in north-east Nigeria, reports say. Dozens of people attacked a police station in Bauchi city but were repelled, Reuters news agency said. The agency quoted a

Tragedy and Triumph – A Guest Post

[clearspring_widget title=”Animoto.com” wid=”46928cc51133af17″ pid=”493fc35f13d294e2″ width=”432″ height=”260″ domain=”widgets.clearspring.com”] Some of you may remember, I went to Nigeria with the LIFT Discipleship program as their photographer. The LIFT director wrote this upon our return home and I though it was a good setup of what I’ll be writing about eventually. We experienced some pretty unusual things for

Prayer

For those of you who haven’t read it, here’s my prayer letter: Family & Friends, As many of you know, I’m traveling to Nigeria next Wednesday with the LIFT Discipleship program. How the trip came about is a whirlwind of a story, but for now, I’m merely writing you asking for prayer. There are 16

Nigeria

In November, I will be traveling to Jos, Nigeria with a group of 18 others. As of right now, I’m still not entirely sure what I’ll be doing out there, which is why the details here have been non-existent. They will come shortly, and I promise to update you. For now, here is some info

Infidel – part 3

One of the things that I enjoyed so much about reading Infidel was how well it’s written. It’s been translated into English from Dutch and Dutch isn’t even Ayaan Hirsi Ali‘s first language. Or second. Or third. I would recommend this book for many reasons. One of them being because although it is hard to