The Greatest Evangelist of Love, Faith, Virtue and Hope: A Testament to the Power of the Powerless

JPKilner

All too often today, we judge people’s lives not on their inherent value and dignity, but by what they can contribute to the world, by whether or not their lives are a “burden.” Our culture is slipping down a dangerous slope which says that these lives have no purpose and are not worth living. Some [Read More...]

The Drop Box for Unwanted Babies

DropBox

Every day, unwanted babies were abandoned on the streets of Seoul, South Korea. In order to save these childrens’ lives, a pastor and his congregation created a drop box where babies could be left safely, then cared for by volunteers. Now, college student Brian Ivie has created a documentary about this movement called “The Drop [Read More...]

“Somebody’s Got to Do It, and Why Can’t It Be Us?” – An Adoption Story

Sterlings

Via Patricia Heaton (who you really should follow on Twitter because she’s a font of these types of stories): From The Daily Mail: A couple from Missouri has seen their family more than double after they adopted five orphaned siblings from Peru who had sent them an email imploring: ‘We need a mommy and daddy.’ [Read More...]

A Woman of Mercy Offers Pregnancy Choices

JMeyer

The following column was written by The Christophers’ Jerry Costello: She’s been there, done that. She left her rural home in the Midwest, went to New York, moved in with a boyfriend, had a couple of abortions, survived a suicide attempt. This all happened years ago, in the early 1970s, when Jeanette Meyer was just [Read More...]


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