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Irene Gleeson Tribute. At 3:41pm July 21, 2013 in Sydney, Mama Irene Gleeson went home peacefully and beautifully to join the Lord. She was surrounded by family, including her daughters, and friends. We at IGF are grateful for the struggle Irene fought, including this past year against cancer, and the life she lived in service and devotion to the people of Kitgum. We know that Irene is rejoicing in heaven now hearing "well done my good and faithful servant." // Edited: Alcorn Images Intervie…

I started with a code to help end child hunger. You can help too! Look for the push pin on participating ConAgra Foods products, and enter the code to donate a meal to Feeding America. Learn more at www.childhungeren...

Worth the long pin. We need more men with hero's hearts, and less boys with "swag".

My Heavenly Father I pray right now in the name of Jesus you would watch over the homeless and please Lord that You would quicken our spirit to help those in need. (This picture breaks my heart!)

Thomas Tham. It is amazing to me, that this child can smile with the turmoil around her. She picks up a wired conduit to be used as her new found toy. She smiles. She plays. She is a child. Not knowing the world around her disintegrates. Or maybe she does know. I look at her and I praise God for her smile and thank Him for my blessings. JP 9/16/2012

We are all Brothers and Sisters and should work to care for each other.

This breaks my heart....

“On the mercy of my Redeemer I rely for salvation and on His merits; not on the works I have done in obedience to His precepts.” – Charles Carroll, signer of the Declaration of Independence [Sept. 27, 1825]

"Let my heart be broken with the things that break the heart of God." Never forget the suffering of the world, and do all you can to alleviate their pain. This photo is from Somalia.

A woman weeps during the deportation of Jews from Ioannina. Greece. on March 25, 1944. The deportation was enforced by the German army. Almost all of the people deported were murdered on or shortly after April 11, 1944, when the train carrying them reached Auschwitz-Birkenau.