(This blog was written by my friend Jake, another one of the Twelve.)
Today is the International Day of Peace. Based on a U.N. Resolution in 1982, “Peace Day” is gaining increased recognition worldwide. There are events, activities and celebrations. But even more important, there are lives being saved. This year, believe it or not, tens of thousands of soldiers took a break from killing: the Taliban, NATO and U.S. forces pledged to a cease-fire on this day.
As U.S.… Continue