In the almost indescribably horrific conditions of those camps, death was a daily reality for the prisoners. The cruelty of the guards, the wretched food, the dangerous and incessant labor, and disease left the prisoners in a state that would best be described as subhuman. At this nadir of the possibilities of the human condition, Gordon’s second, spiritual journey began.Read More
When John Newton penned "Amazing Grace" in 1779, he was writing from personal experience: His life had indeed been fraught with “dangers, toils and snares,” and he knew that it was only by the grace of God that he was still alive and well.Read More
September saw Cana working in five states.