Drug lords run rampant in Mexico. Iraqi civilians pay the ultimate price in a war into which they were thrust without any choice. Nation rises up against nation. One people group rises up against another. Our world is plagued by lines of division between peoples.
“I’m not lost. My pa always says, ‘You’re not lost unless you meet three criteria: (1) You don’t know where you are, (2) you don’t know how to get to where you want to go and (3) you don’t know how to get back to where you came from.’ OK, maybe I’m lost.”
Nate Schutt is an InterVarsity Campus Staff Member at the University at Buffalo in New York. He is a part of the 44-member InterVarsity/USA delegation at the World Assembly of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students, taking place in Krakow, Poland, from July 26-August 3, 2011.
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