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Under the Overpass by Mike Yankoski

Mike and Sam, two young men, take a break from comfort and familiarity of upper-middle class collegiate life to live lives on the streets of big American cities. Why? Conviction from God, the state of the American Church and how … Continue reading

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Bonhoeffer: A Review

I think the quote that hit me in gut the most was: [Just before the execution] “I saw Pastor Bonhoeffer kneeling on the floor, praying fervently to God…so certain that God heard his prayer…I have hardly ever seen a man … Continue reading

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