I read this heartbreaking story of people seeking to escape their own country for fear of death, kidnap, rape or worse. Germany has taken on hundreds of thousands of asylum-seekers. It’s issues like these that make my blood pump and my heart beat with compassion.
While reading I pondered what I can do to help.
I will be seeking an organization that I can get educated about and pour into to give assistance.
Social justice is a rising concern in my heart as I get older. I am particularly wanting to wipe out human trafficking and peonage.
More on this later.
Please stay tuned!
I like this song because it’s just a quirky song that matches my crafty, artsy, rebel seasons of heart and mind. Or let’s just say I’m feeling like a student of life and art.
So I am on to new and better things. I’ve left one unit and I am starting with a new one. I’m at the on-post spa. Why not? :)
I feel a little sad, but it’s okay. I will be okay. I’m simply missing the friends that I have made over the course of seven months serving with them. And so, now I will make new friends and make greater progress than what I have already achieved. I strongly believe that I am about to experience the best months and coming years of my Army career. I have a lot of strong emotion and reason to believe it to be true. I am going to do a lot for soldiers and civilians.
I will be a general of the Army.
For now, I’m trusting God for the next steps.
Please stay tuned and follow me on my Army journal: godavidstrong.com.
Today’s church service was nice and the whole worship team and I were in such high spirit.
Thank you Lord for gifts like today!
And I said goodbye to a friend and great leader today. SSG Patterson, you will be missed.
I saw this and said, “YES!”
This makes me feel so good about filmmaking!