Tag Archives: issues

Life.

We read about some very provocative things awhile ago, that are just begging to be shared. We start with pictures of a baby in utero… On the screen the following words appear: "This child’s future is a broken home. He … Continue reading

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who’s crazy?

Since we have to sit here and wait for The Bathroom Guy to arrive, may as well do another long post… won’t you be happy when the automatic ljcut comes in? :P This fascinating article should have actually gone with … Continue reading

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adults only

Laura was paralyzed from the neck down, as the result of a car accident. They told her she’d never walk again, but she went for a treatment in Portugal where they transplanted stem cells to the injured area, and her … Continue reading

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know what you’re agreeing to

Look to the "future"!!  Though the high today may be only minus 11 Celsius (25 F), in THREE DAYS it will be PLUS SEVEN!  And RAINING! Yay!! On a totally different subject, we came across some interesting facts the other … Continue reading

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Resurrection

The Mom needs to “let off steam”, about a funeral she attended yesterday (her uncle passed away on Easter Sunday–she didn’t know him that well). What kind of encouragement is it to announce at a funeral that you, as a … Continue reading

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Pray

I’m afraid this is going to be controversial, but what about the sacrifice of making the right decision in the face of popular public opinion?  What would happen if the government always gave in to every whim of the people? … Continue reading

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Sacrifice & Suffering

Yesterday I read Chuck Colson’s Breakpoint commentary “Betraying the Least of These”, about euthanasia. It’s about the recommendation in England not to give any special treatment to babies born before 22 weeks, to save their lives. Of course, there is … Continue reading

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