Amidst this coronavirus (aka COVID-19), something President Trump likes to call “the invisible enemy,” there is unfortunately still a visible enemy in Nigeria, Cameroon, and surrounding nations. On Sunday night, around 8pm, seven people were killed in Cameroon by a suicide bomber, with “a village chief and two teenagers among the dead” (source). Continue reading
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Resilience. That is the word I think of when I think about many of those held captive. Continue reading
Hello Friends & Readers,
I thought it would be remiss if I didn’t speak about the current situation of COVID-19 in Nigeria. Continue reading
Upon reading this news report, I didn’t understand why Nigeria is so corrupt… but I have hope that as long as Jesus continues to raise up His People to stand against injustice, there is a fighting chance. Ultimately, one day, Jesus, the Perfect Judge, will turn all things to right. I wrote this poem to express my frustration, but also to look to hope.
“Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute.”
(Proverbs 31:8, NIV)
On March 11th, 2020, former football player Kris Durham put out a video from his home in Italy, showing how wild and dangerous coronavirus is (you can watch the video here). I know of some in my own county who have the virus, and most of our schools and colleges have shut down to have extended Spring Breaks and decided to have online classes. Continue reading