Biking and Boy Scout grandsons! PDF Print E-mail

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Pennireef West Our home base for serving the Lord with Frontline Fellowship - USA

  

 

July 30, 2015


 

     Let e brag a minute about two of our grandsons:

Daniel Lemke (22) is riding his bike across the USA to raise awareness to the tragedy of sex slavery in America, where every year some 16,000 human slaves, average age 13, are trafficked here. His 12,000-mile trip began in Colorado 4 months ago and 3,000 miles later he's in Maine! His adventures along the way are the stuff that books are made of. He's riding solo with Bike Through Traffic, a non-profit organization. He's speaking in Churches, home meetings and other venues like local radio and TV stations that interview him enroute. Every encounter helps Daniel to alert folks across the country to the evils of this seldom-talked-about human trafficking. Please pray for him as he calls attention to the victims and for safety on his journey. Visit his website: BikeThroughTraffick.com

 

Calvin Hammond (16) is currently in Kirara-Hama, Yamaguchi, Japan along with a large group of fellow South Africans for the 23rd World Scout Jamboree. There are some 33,000 Scouts from around the world attending this festive occasion. Japanese and Foreign Governments plus International Organizations have carried out numerous inspections since the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear incidents and all have concluded that the country is safe. 2015 is the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of cities in Japan. Many Scouts will attend the Peace Memorial Ceremony in Hiroshima.

 

Elsewhere: The Present Resident (PR) has been in Africa this week, presumably telling Kenyans, "If you like your witch doctor you can keep your witch doctor." In a private meeting with the President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, the PR lectured him on how he should improve homosexual rights in his Country. Both men spoke at a press conference following their meeting. Kenyatta, visibly annoyed by the PR's poking into Kenya's domestic affairs stated, "Homosexual rights is really not an issue on the foremost mind of Kenyans. And that is a fact!" It was an embarrassing 'shot across the bow' of the PR who'd ignored warnings from politicians and religious leaders not to meddle in Kenya's domestic affairs, where homosexual acts are punishable by 14 years in prison. 

      We really need to pray for the mixed-up world we live in. 

Yours in His grip,

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Pennireef West

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