Monthly Archives: August 2015

Abortion, Life, and Care

With all the protests vs. Planned Parenthood, I wonder whether the President, Congress, and judges are paying attention. Thanks to Mollie Ziegler Hemingway for keeping us apprised of protests around the country. Also, how many more babies have been killed … Continue reading

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Another touching post

In light of my most recent post, I was taken in by another post.  A photographer and her Korean father. You can read about it here. http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/diana-kim-the-homeless-paradise My heart goes out to them and rejoice on the turn of events. … Continue reading

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How long, O Lord?

The Psalmist wrote: “How long, O LORD? Will You hide Yourself forever?” (Psalm 89:46). For many Christians that refrain becomes not just a lament of the moment, but a searing reminder, day after day, year after year. “How long, O … Continue reading

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