Author Archive for Luke Armstrong

Luke Armstrong

Luke Maguire Armstrong (LukeSpartacus.com) was a baby, who became a boy, who became a man. Once he fought a bear and almost died. Haters later claimed it was “only a raccoon” and he was “acting like a little girl.” Between 2008-2012 Luke directed the educational development NGO Nuestros Ahijados in Guatemala. This work was featured on ABC news 20/20 with Christiane Amanpour and in The Huffington Post. He is the author of How We Are Human and iPoems for the Dolphins to Click Home About. Visit him at LukeSpartacus.com and follow him @LukeSpartacus.

When Death Knocked on Her Husband’s Door
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When Death Knocked on Her Husband’s Door

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Beth stared out the hospital blinds as the sunrise crept through. The beauty of it did not register with her as her thoughts raced, wondering how her husband was doing, and how long it would be until things were back to normal. Finally, the doctor came in. “Please step out into the hallway with me,” […]

One Story Leads to Another in Kenya
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One Story Leads to Another in Kenya

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In January, Catholic Lane shared the story of two young men from Bismarck, ND visiting Kenya for the first time with their adopted AIDS orphan brother.  It was a story that had come full-circle, of an AIDS orphan growing up and returning home to help other orphans. Here is part II. We wake up early […]