Along with the rest of America I'm shocked and saddened at the mass shootings that took place in Aurora, Colorado at this morning's 12:01 am premiere of "Dark Knight Rising" the latest and last of the Batman trilogy. As of this writing twelve people are confimed dead and many more
Today the students of Chardon High School in Chardon, Ohio are in shock. Although details are still coming in, we do know that at least four other students were shot and a suspect is in custody.
So how do we deal with our teenagers in light of this tragedy? Here are
Almost eleven years after the tragedy at Columbine High School a lone gunman unleashed two bullet from a 30-6 Rifle into two teenagers at Deer Creek Middle School in Littleton, Colorado. One is in critical condition. The other was released last night.
My heart breaks for these two teenagers and
In the aftermath of last weekend's shootings investigators are beginning to uncover lots of stuff about the shooter Matthew Murray and his background. They discovered many of his online hate-the-Christian rants. They also found out that this very confused and twice as angry young man was homeschooled.
Now I don't
This old Civil War soldier saying is still valid today. Many of these American soldiers of a century and some ago had to fight with the old flint rifles. Dry gun powder was essential in the battle because wet powder won't ignite. When the hammer on the rifle goes down
Our hearts break for the victims of the shootings at the YWAM Training Center in Arvada, Colorado. This tragedy took place less than five minutes away from Dare 2 Share Ministries International headquarters in Wheatridge, Colorado. This hits close to home to me personally because I live in Arvada where
I just got the news that a lone gunman broke into a YWAM dormitory in Arvada, CO. He shot four people there and is still on the loose. As I type these words I don't have any idea of the condition of those who were shot but I'm praying for
As the facts continue to unfold it becomes increasingly obvious that the killer at VT was an isolated man with obvious psychological disorders and a deep, burning anger in his soul. In his videotapes he compares himself (along with Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold) to a savior who is willing
I'm in mourning right now along with you. The shocking tragedy at Virginia Tech has got me reeling and revisiting some old feelings.
Eight years ago this week I was in a church with six youth leaders promoting one of our Dare 2 Share conferences. This particular conference was on spiritual