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A Candle in the Darkness
Posted By Web Team On May 7, 2010 @ 9:54 am In Employees and Culture,In the News | 52 Comments
This month’s Christianity Today cover story is Wess telling his story of childhood abuse and deliverance in a West Africa boarding school.
The houseparent had marched me to the school’s dining hall, dragged a metal chair across the concrete floor, and slammed it down in front of my schoolmates. He threw me up on the chair and jammed the candle in my hand.
“Children,” he said, “you cannot serve both God and Satan. Wesley has tried. You cannot burn a candle at both ends without getting burned. Watch what happens when you try.”
Read the entire article  at Christianity Today.
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 Wess Speaks (Part II): http://blog.compassion.com/wess-speaks-part-ii/
 Too Small To Ignore: http://blog.compassion.com/too-small-to-ignore/
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