Tag Archives: human trafficking

Why I haven’t Seen 12 Years A Slave (and probably never will)

I’ve read reviews, tweets and blog articles about 12 Years a Slave. I’ve seen it featured on TV and heard about it on the radio. It not only sounds interesting, but like a movie well worth the time to sit … Continue reading

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The Punishment of Injustice

[Natasha Robinson asked me to join her in a series on pursuing God’s justice on her blog A Sista’s Journey. Here’s the opening, with a link to read the rest at her place.] *** “I hear you don’t like Mexicans.” … Continue reading

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The Civil War Was About Enslaving Black People

There are still people  – in the north and the south – who will tell you the Civil War was fought over states’ rights. They are wrong. It was fought over slavery. Any other issue comes in a distant second. Evidence … Continue reading

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Human Trafficking, Art Galleries, and Conversations with the Holy Spirit

Conversing with the Holy Spirit can take different forms. One is when I pray to God in what I hope to be a conversation between us. I may not hear the Spirit audibly but I am assured that the Spirit is … Continue reading

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Rape Drugs, Roadside Stands, and Human Trafficking: There Are No Innocent Bystanders

[From the archives.] *** Un-Innocent Bystanders Earlier this month my son and I attended a conference entitled The Church and Human Trafficking. It made me think about Adam and Eve, but not the part about how everything was sinless and … Continue reading

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