alison parker father
It is a parent’s worst nightmare to get that call that your child has been killed. That’s what happened a year ago when
Prophetic grief can spur action and change; instead of focusing on the one who murders, we need to focus on the larger culture that fosters hatred and violence. It's easier to deal with the 'who' and singularize the crime and make one person responsible and thereby excuse ourselves.
Andy Parker is even thinking of buying a gun of his own.
Alison Parker's father says he doesn't want the country to sit back and let him grieve -- he wants action.