WILL WORK FOR FOOD. Dinner with Dignity at Innovative Restaurants

A man’s gotta eat, right?In an economic downturn, that’s sometimes difficult.  Some people who are willing to work find that there are no jobs available.  Stepping in to help put food on the table are a plethora of community food banks, soup kitchens, government assistance programs, and charitable assistance programs.But this week the spotlight has been turned on another type of food program:  the community kitchen.That’s because rocker Jon Bon Jovi and his wife Dorothea have opened a … [Read more...]

FACEBOOK FERVOR: “Journey of Jesus” Is Newest Interactive Adventure

Journey of Jesus - map

Facebook users can now follow in the footsteps of Jesus, with help from a new on-line game. Journey of Jesus:  The Calling—the first-ever video game based on the life of Christ—launched on May 15, 2012.  The new video game, created by Lightside Games, follows last year’s highly successful Old Testament-themed adventure, Journey of Moses.” To play the game, Facebook users can simply type “Journey of Jesus: The Calling” into the search bar.  Registration is simple and free.  Players can cho … [Read more...]

Camels: At the Detroit Zoo, in the Scriptures, and in A.A.

Baby Camel - Detroit Zoo

Awww….  The Detroit Zoo has just introduced its newest attraction, baby Bulgan—a three-week-old Bactrian camel.Weighing in at 102 pounds at birth, Bulgan is the offspring of mom Suren and dad Rusty, both four years old.  Bulgan stands about three feet tall on skinny legs, and his coat is soft and grey.  His twin humps (Bactrian camels have two humps, not just one like their cousin the dromedary) are soft now, composed mostly of skin and hair; but in six months they’ll be more defined as they … [Read more...]