Yesterday I visited a church where I heard the most amazing first-hand testimony corroborated by several witnesses. Specifically, the father (a church member) provided the following status report on the health of his daughter and the miraculous healing she was experiencing. His eyes were glistening with tears of joy and gratitude as he related the events of the past few weeks: Read more…
Sometimes bad things happen to good people. Sometimes good things happen to bad people. Sometimes good things or bad things just happen, and they change your life. These events provide an opportunity to test the character of a person. Some will crumble and others come out victorious. God calls it “sifting” a person.
Such was the case for Jane Hefferan, a recent law school graduate who was bitten by a brown recluse spider. She paid no attention to the symptoms because she was too busy with life and the symptoms didn’t seem that significant; most brown recluse spider bites appear to be but a severe bee sting. That is exactly how most people would react. Read more…
Murder charges were filed late last year (2011) against two New Jersey doctors who started abortions in New Jersey and then traveled to Maryland to complete the abortions.
The charges had to be dropped because an expert witness who was expected to testify has changed his mind. No reasons were given why the witness changed his mind.
Thirty years ago abortion was legalized in part to eliminate “back-alley” deaths and force the procedure to be “safely” performed by doctors. However the number of doctors willing to perform abortions is steadily shrinking; thus it is getting ever more difficult to find doctors willing to perform the procedure. So California is considering a bill to allow non-physicians to perform abortions – as in the days of old. If the bill passes in California, expect to see a similar push in other states…