The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Life after Littleton

Removing poisons and emphasizing positives may seem more than we can do. Alone, it is. But as many grains of sand make a beach and many raindrops make an ocean, we can be influential in our communities, taking stands and not leaving things to others. We have to take responsibility for being wise authority figures, for seeking good peer pressure for our children and grandchildren, that we talk with them about bad things done by good kids. We must make that difference.

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