I certainly remember the many years that Muammar Gaddafi held power in Libya. But, it was not until today's Footsteps interview with TWR's Abdoulaye Sangho that I learned that after Gaddafi's death, many members of his army headed to northern Mali in an effort to form a new country. In the process, they "hunted" Christians and "looted" churches. Thankfully, most of them have been defeated. The actions of Gaddafi's former soldiers should cause us to think about the legacies that we are leaving behind. As parents, teachers, pastors, officers, managers, and business owners, how are we influencing future generations? Are we leaving behind legacies of peace or war? Unity or division? Love or hate?
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(Photo of Abdoulaye Sangho, TWR's International Director for West Africa)