This morning I went to one of my least favorite places: Family Court. I was there to argue a motion on behalf of my client, who—because of a lifetime of little opportunity, poor choices, and a broken justice system—was wrongfully saddled with a money judgment of more than $40,000.
Read more: UPHOLD THE CAUSE OF THE POOR AND THE OPPRESSED by CJ Masimore
In 2007, T. J. Lawrence was lining up to kick off in places like Autzen Stadium in Oregon and Bryant-Denny Stadium in Alabama, as the starting kicker for the University of Houston Cougars. He was playing on television and in person in front of crowds as large as 92,000-strong against Nick Saban's mighty Crimson Tide. College football is nothing if not a weekly celebration of the strong, the fast, and the gifted, and Lawrence enjoyed every moment.
Read more: THE KICKER WHO BECAME A DEBTOR TO CHRIST by Ted Kluck