Reward for Stolen Mojave Cross Now $125,000May 17, 2010
San Bernardino County Sun, Calif.
MOJAVE NATIONAL PRESERVE -- An anonymous donation means there is a $125,000 reward posted for tips leading to the conviction of whoever stole a cross that served as a memorial to Americans who served during World War I.
A decorated military veteran offered $100,000 for the reward, said Kelly Shackelford, chief counsel for Liberty Institute. That figure was added to the previous $25,000 offer.
Liberty Institute is a conservative organization based in Plano, Texas, that is defending veterans groups who want the cross to stay in Mojave National Preserve. The cross stood at Sunrise Rock, which is about 15 miles south of the 15 Freeway along Cima Road. READ THE REST HERE:
God Bless Our Service Members,
Rev. Barb Sexton
courtesy Doug Kidd http://www.leatherneck.com/Please pray with me for whoever stole the Mojave Memorial Cross, as we would also pray for the return of a Star of David: "Dear God, please chasten and forgive the person or persons who saw fit to desecrate a sacred, Military Memorial, if that is possible. Create in them a new heart and help them to know your boundless Love. And help us to respond accordingly to your Will as you Dispense your Holy Justice. We pray that you continue as you have been, upholding and blessing the United States of America. We love you, Lord, and we need you now more than ever, as well you know, all of us in the Judeo-Christian tradition in America today.
We pray this in the rich traditions of our individual-yet-joined faiths"
In the Name of Jesus Christ for such as me.
Reverend Barbara Sexton
courtesy http://www.gospelgifs.com/ Jim Sutton