Author: bringbackhisgirls

  • 9 Years Later.

    9 Years Later.

    9 years. 9 years, and around 100 of the 276 Chibok girls are still in captivity. Away from family, away from loved ones, away from the freedom and life they need. Every year since 2014, I have written about these young women. Please, remember them today as you go about life, caring for those who…

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  • Happy Resurrection Day!

    Happy Resurrection Day!

    To all my friends and Blog followers, I pray that you all have had a wonderful Resurrection Day, as we remember not only Jesus’ death, but His victory over death. May it cause us to trust Him more, to draw closer to Him, and to live life fearlessly, knowing that we are in His Hands!…

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  • The God of All Comfort

    The God of All Comfort

    Family, my heart is breaking tonight. 6 people dead in the wake of a school shooting in Nashville. Tornadoes in Alabama and Mississippi ripping through homes and buildings. Shootings happening near my home. Watching such carnage fills me with tears. What are we going to do? I am not going to get political here. That…

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  • Prayer for the People of Mississippi & Alabama

    From March 24th to March 26th, 2023, many tornadoes and heavy storms ravaged parts of Mississippi and Alabama, killing at least 26 people. You can watch a video about the details of the destruction here. My heart is broken, as it was reported that a mother and her baby passed away, and many have lost…

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  • Prayer for Women on Women’s Day

    Today is international Women’s Day. As I type this, I cannot help but think of the girls and women who are captured, violated, degraded, and oppressed in this world. This speaks of the Chibok girls, of course, but also so many in the East and in Ukraine. Please pray with me today over these girls.…

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  • Prayer for Shahzad

    “So Peter was kept in prison, but the church was earnestly praying to God for him.” (Acts 12:5, NIV) One young man by the name of Shahzad Masih is suffering persecution for believing in and loving Jesus. The ACLJ, headed up by Jay Sekulow, sent an email to me about Shahzad, asking if we would…

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  • Honoring those in the Holocaust

    Honoring those in the Holocaust

    Today, I just wanted to honor those affected by or apart of the holocaust. I cannot fathom the pain, anguish, turmoil, and loss these people have gone through and experienced. Please pray with me today for family members and loved ones of those hurt by the holocaust. May those scarred by and killed in the…

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  • Remembering those that Fight for Freedom

    Remembering those that Fight for Freedom

    According to many sources, 1, 773 people of the Civilian Joint Task Force (CJTF) have lost their lives in the fight against Boko Haram and ISWAP (Islamic State – West Africa Province) between 2012 and 2022. I would like to write, even if only briefly, about these men and women to honor their memory. While…

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  • My Grandpa: A Legacy to be Proud of

    I am both happy and sorrowful. My dear grandfather, David Laverne Andreasen, went to be with Jesus on January 6th, 2023. I am happy that this man of God is no longer in a frail, dying body, but is rather with His Lord and Savior, free of pain and anguish. But I am sorrowful that…

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  • Birds or Butterflies: A Poem

    The numbers, they all vary based on who you hear it from.Precious cargo, hard to carryinto the forest girls have come. They have names, storiesand people, hearts achingto hold them once again.To some they are daughers;to others, they are friends. Do we hear them? In the jungles at night?Or have they learned to stay silent,paralyzed…

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