Sojourners Magazine: February 1987
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An afternoon meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania, discussing religious affairs was not unlike many meetings I go to.
There is something mystical about the empowerment of formerly powerless people.
For the past six years, Ronald Reagan and his administration have virtually controlled Washington.
When I look into the eyes of Eugene Hasenfus, I see a man who is scared, helpless, and trapped. Eugene Hasenfus [was] the first American caught in the net, the first American who [fell] into the pit we dug in Nicaragua...[and he wasn't] the last.