My heart broke for Afghanistan as I watched video of young men clinging to a military transport plane, desperate to escape life under the black-turbaned visage of radical Islam.
Imagine being the loving father of a 12-year-old girl in Kabul or Kandahar in early August as Taliban forces swept across the country. You would pay any price, happily make any sacrifice, to get your family away from them.
I’m especially concerned for my Christian brothers and sisters who today live in every province of Afghanistan. They know well the Islamist teachings of the Taliban, who say that anyone from a Muslim family who chooses to follow Jesus should be given one chance to return to Islam and executed if they refuse.
While some Christians were