Archive for March 2011
There have been some concerns about whether World Vision is iffy on pro-life issues.
See, for instance: Mommy Life: World Vision – not 100% pro-life.
Denny at Vital Signs wrote to World Vision for clarification, and reprints their correspondence here.
Good news. This weekend, pro-lifers by the thousands hit the streets in Europe.
Included in the article is another example of a media reporter deliberately misrepresenting the participants in a pro-life march.
Citizens around the globe are celebrating The International Day of the Unborn Child.
Baptist Press takes note of pro-life progress in state legislatures in the United States.
Today’s Family Talk broadcast was Sexuality & Singles -1, and featured Mrs. Elisabeth Elliot. Much of the interview covered topics and information also available (they said) in the book Passion & Purity, by Elliot. Mrs. Elliot offers hope and suggestions for helping today’s singles navigate in a world that falsely assumes that purity isn’t possible, or isn’t a blessing.
One of the highlights of the interview is where they talk about Mrs. Elliot getting a lengthy standing ovation after a talk calling college students to purity. There is, they note, a hunger for putting right above wrong, and a realization that the world’s way doesn’t deliver what it advertises.
Ladies, this is a great post on the value of human life and the sanity and power of Christian love: Teaching Grace, by Tim Muldoon (Patheos, March 22, 2011).
Muldoon uses the occasion of his daughter Grace’s attendance at a memorial mass of a premature baby to explore the topics of love and Christianity.