Vita Food Products, Inc. of Chicago, Illinois is notifying the public that it is recalling 2,280 individual plastic jars of 12 ounce Elf Herring Fillets in Wine Sauce that actually contains herring fillets in sour cream and therefore contains undeclared milk.
The news came as a shocker to many: British hospitals were incinerating the remains of aborted and miscarried babies to heat their facilities.How can we not be aghast at this news… at this act committed against these precious little bodies?As The Telegraph reports, England’s “Department of Health issued an instant ban on the practice which health minister Dr. Dan Poulter branded ‘totally unacceptable.’”Indeed, it is “totally unacceptable” that parents who had just lost their child weren’t consulted on what they wanted to happen to their babies’ remains.But isn't it also inconceivable that some of the at least 15,500 remains incinerated over the past two years had died as a result of abortion?Yet it appears we’re at a point in the culture where we’re more outraged over what happens to the remains of a child than what happens to a child who is still alive in his mother’s womb.How did we get here?We’ve turned our back on biblical principles.Nevertheless, at a fundamental level, there’s hope. Because, it seems to me, the strong reaction at this gruesome discovery uncovers that most people, deep inside, know that a preborn child is human as a baby who has just been born. And if that’s the case, how can we deny a preborn child a chance at life?After all, it’s not a matter of that child being “wanted” or not. The child who slips away into eternity at 15 weeks’ gestation as a result of a miscarriage is no more or less human than the child whose mother chooses abortion 15 weeks into her pregnancy.Sometimes it takes a news item as alarming as this one to give our culture a rare moment of clarity. Learn more about “Irreplaceable,” the one-night theatrical event showing on May 6 Follow me on Twitter @Dalyfocus Follow me on Facebook Keep up with Focus on the Family on Facebook Sign up for my weekly e-newsletter
Welcome to the Hip Homeschool Hop! Remember to stop by today (and every Tuesday) from 10:00 – 11:00 CST for the next? Mentoring Moms hang-out? with the owners here at Hip Homeschool Moms! Ask questions, chat about issues, talk curriculum and receive encouragement from these three great ladies! Want some more information about what Mentoring Moms is […]Author informationDanielleOwner/Writer at The Handcrafted HomesteadDanielle is a big-city Southern California girl who, after a number of years spent enjoying the majesty of small-town Montana, moved back home to be near family and make a go of her backyard homesteading dreams. She's married to her stud of a high school sweetheart and together they're raising three handsome, rough-and-tumble young men. Their family loves the Lord and homeschooling is just one of the many ways they have endeavored to give their whole lives to Christ. Danielle and her family are having a blast working to turn their healthy DIY spirit into a more self-sufficient lifestyle.TwitterFacebookGoogle+The post HHM’s Favorite Posts & The Hip Homeschool Hop – 4/1/14 appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
The technology is old, the software is old, the equipment is old.
The system is rebooting every hour...
It is no longer worth the cost (in time and dollars) to keep the BBS and FamilyNet running, so - I will be shutting down
Story by Michael Buczyner / CBS 12 NEWS WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - A child is injured after angry adults boarded a school bus to attack the driver. 11-year-old Samantha St. Jean has quite the story to tell about her bus ride home from school Monday afternoon. ...
Story By Craig Gold / CBS 12 News RIVIERA BEACH, Fla. - A local 6th grader is giving everyone a glimpse into the violence of the neighborhood he lives in through. His name is Willie O'Neal and he attends H.L. Watkins Middle School in Riviera Beach. ...
There was a warning today of a 'growing crisis' over the number of primary school places in England. It was the first ever national offer day - when every family found out which school their four-year-old will go to.
Young inventors at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School were “a buzz” with their new inventions during the school's Invention Convention. Artwork by Michael Henle will be on display with other student works through May 11 at the High Museum of Art.