Killing without Consequences: 'The Last Goodnights'
"In his new book, The Last Goodnights: Assisting My Parents with Their Suicides, lawyer and author John West publicly tells a story that most people would have kept silent. He does it so that one day others may be able to kill openly and without fear. That’s not how West puts it, of course, but I’m afraid that’s what it boils down to."
Click here for the rest of Chuck Colson's commentary.
Prayer Need Alert: Statement from CARE Regarding Operations in Sudan
"The humanitarian organization CARE released the following statement today regarding its operations in Sudan:
CARE acknowledges receipt of a letter from the government of Sudan today canceling our registration to operate in the country. We are assessing what this means for the 1.5 million people who now receive food, water, sanitation, livelihood and health assistance from CARE. CARE is among a number of international organizations who received the letter revoking the license to operate."
Please pray for this situation. Click here to read the full press release.
The Green Dictionary: Defining the language of Green
"The green revolution has a language all its own. Here are some of the more common terms you'll hear. And don't forget to check back often for the latest entries in the 'ecopedia.'"
Get the definition of 'freecycling' and more by clicking here.
Thrifty instincts run through her family
"You'd never guess Rhonda Baker Michaud's husband makes more than $100,000 a year. After all, she admits to trash picking, and he wears shirts from the thrift store, as does their 17-month-old son.
But, says Michaud, it all makes for a better standard of living, as well as smart green thinking - reusing instead of sending things to the landfill."
Find out more about this thrifty lady here.