No God Condones What?: The President and the Innocent
"At the national prayer breakfast last week, President Obama seemed to signal that he has seen the light and is abandoning his radically pro-abortion agenda.
At least, that’s the only reasonable conclusion one could make after hearing the President, who says he's a Christian, also say: 'There is no God who condones taking the life of an innocent human being. This much we know.'”
Read the rest of Chuck Colson's commentary here.
“Nargis recovery requires long-term, holistic approach” says aid agency, World Vision
"Aid agency World Vision says recovery from last year’s Cyclone Nargis requires a long-term, holistic approach and endorses the Tripartite Core Group’s roll out of a three-year Recovery and Preparedness Plan. That plan is being launched by the Group — which coordinates the aid response — in Bangkok today."
Look into World Vision's statement here.
No cell phone, no Internet service, no long distance? No way!
"A no-tech world is no place to be for a high-tech gal like columnist Barbara Brotman."
Click here for a look at her life minus technology.
25 Valentine's Day gifts under $25
"Even if your budget is tight, you can still show your Valentine you care. Here's a look at some recession-friendly Valentine's gifts for your sweetheart."
You can electronically window shop the ideas here.
The Great Eight: How to Be Happy (Even When You Have Every Reason to be Miserable)
"Olympic Gold Medal figure skater Scott Hamilton shares his eight secrets to finding happiness in the face of a life filled with challenges, difficulties, and career-canceling odds."
Read more about Scott Hamilton's new book here.
Have a day filled with Good News!