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The Executioner’s Song

Ken was still a teenager when he enlisted in the army. He was one of twelve children, and he recognized his chance to make something of himself. He couldn’t know the United States would be at war within a matter of months. At eighteen, Ken found himself in the thick of battle defending the Philippines against the onslaught of Japanese …

Freedom’s Price, Privilege, and Resposibility

Preston Fowler Both redemption and freedom are costly privileges. We must never forget the cost of liberty or abuse the privilege. The east coast boasts the stature of liberty. We should erect another on our west shore called the statue of responsibility. The hope of the cross can not only be viewed on a hill far away. It can be …