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Henry Ford once said “If you think you can do a thing or think you can’t do a thing, you’re right.” This past week I have been overwhelmed with emotions while attempting something some say is impossible – stopping gun […]

Today is Sunday, July 22,2012. Like no other day, since camping out on the roof and walking across America, my heart is so heavy.  I am grieving like no other time before.   At the time of this writing, 12 people […]

Exodus 18:20 (King James Version) And thou shalt teach them ordinances and laws, and shalt shew them the way wherein they must walk, and the work that they must do. Revelation: If things are to get any better, we must […]

The past few weeks on the road have provided me the time to reflect on things that I may not have in the busyness of being a Husband, Father, Pastor and community member. Often, we have to be removed from […]

In 11 days, we have walked 205 miles! Starting in New York from Times Square the team is resting in the historical city Gettysburg, PA. The place of the American civil war, the North versus the South, the Union versus […]

In the words of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, “I am Praying with my Feet!” On June 5, 2012, I embarked upon on the most grueling assignment of my life. I started my walk across America in NYC’s Times Square with […]

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