Here’s a sad bit of biography. “When a horrifying bacterial infection disfigured my newborn face, my parents abandoned me right there in my hospital bed. The only thing more painful than knowing they left me behind was finding them 38 years later.” (Note: The article contains a small amount of bad language.)
Here is a recording from the Elisabeth Elliot Memorial Service held at Wheaton College, Sunday, July 26, 2015.
There are lots of #ProtestPP protests coming up. This site offers a listing.
This Day in History: James Stewart lands in Capetown, South Africa to work with David Livingstone. He soon grows weary of Livingstone and decides to open a school for African children, founding what soon became a premiere educational establishment. *
This article details some of the extreme means pet owners are taking to keep their pets alive. Pet health care is getting as sophisticated as the two-legged variety.
There can be a danger in forgetting that even our heroes were imperfect. Tim Keesee digs into William Carey’s journals and shares a couple of his bad days.
Earlier in the week I shared an article from the Reformed African American Network and this one from the same site seems like an appropriate complement to it.
If truth were told, most of us spend longer each day on personal cleanliness than on practical godliness.—Alistair Begg