Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Good News for February 25 (posted by Mary Beth)

Procter & Gamble and World Vision Equip and Empower Zimbabweans in Fight against Cholera

"As Zimbabwe continues to confront a cholera epidemic tied to failing water and sanitation infrastructure, a new World Vision project supported by the Procter & Gamble (NYSE: PG) Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program is underway, providing Zimbabweans with the tools and training necessary to protect themselves, their families and their communities."

Read all about it here.

A Living Epistle: Oswald Chambers

"Many of us have read and re-read the best-selling devotional book of the 20th century, Oswald Chamber’s classic, My Utmost for His Highest. But it might surprise you to realize that Chambers never sat down to write this devotional classic."

Mark Earley's commentary awaits you here.

Save the Children in India CEO Tells the Truth About "Slumdog Millionaire" and Child Poverty

"Does the Oscar Award-winning film 'Slumdog Millionaire,' tell the truth about child poverty in India? Thomas Chandy, CEO of Save the Children in India, answers the question posted on Feb.17, 2009 in an e-mail exchange with National Geographic's Marc Silver."

Get the answers here.

Chicago's Shedd Aquarium's most popular sights to return in May

"Shedd Aquarium's celebrated collection of marine mammals, missing in action since the aquarium shut down the Oceanarium in September to recoat its whale and dolphin pools, will be back on display beginning May 22."

More on the return of the collection is here.

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