Acuérdense de los presos, como si ustedes mismos estuvieran presos con ellos, y también de los que son maltratados, como si ustedes mismos fueran los que sufren”. —Hebreos 13:3 El
“We are pilgrims on the journey We are brothers on the road We are here to help each other Walk the mile and bear the load.” —The Servant Song by
“Why don’t we do something with shoes?” Those seven words were the impetus behind the popular “Shoe Strut,” an annual fundraising luncheon at the Harrisburg (Citadel), Pa., Corps. The spectacle
Jamie Manirakiza, who has worked in the field of anti–human trafficking for nine years, became the territory’s specialist in this area earlier this year. Before coming to Territorial Headquarters (THQ),
“Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them, and those who are mistreated, since you also are in the body.” —Hebrews 13:3 (ESV) Today’s world is
Former slugger finally finds peace Former baseball great Darryl Strawberry used to play before 50,000 fans on a typical Sunday. Today, Sunday is reserved for the God who saved him.
“Tee–bow! Tee–bow! Tee–bow!” Tim Tebow, the former NFL quarterback–turned–minor league baseball player, is the designated hitter for the Class AA Binghamton, N.Y., Rumble Ponies, but the crowd treats him more
“¡Te-bow! ¡Te-bow! ¡Te-bow!” Tim Tebow, ex mariscal de campo de la NFL convertido en jugador de béisbol de la liga menor, es bateador designado de los Rumble Ponies de la