Jon Sullivan from Global Relief Association for Crisis and Emergencies (G.R.A.C.E.) talks with us about the extreme poverty and rampant child sex trafficking that is going on in Thailand.
After listening to this interview, you won’t be the same.
The conflict in the middle east, between Palestine and Israel, is not a new story by any stretch of the imagination.
It is a conflict that has divided families, and incited brother against brother. The destruction and devastation caused by this conflict is unimaginable to those of us living far away in primarily peaceful Western countries. Open Doors USA recently issued a statement that makes it clear that the conflict has also caused a saddening division even amongst the body of Christ.
Here is what they had to say:
I almost called this a video, but it seems more like a film.
First, I must say that this film was really well done. The production quality was top notch and something to be proud of.
As for the subject matter, I think the Vimeo description best sums it up:
Every time I hear someone criticizing a charity or non-profit about spending money on anything but those they are trying to aid, I cringe. Having worked with and for non-profit organizations, I’ve experienced the effects this kind of thinking has on non-profits.
Thankfully, the gauntlet has been thrown down on the recent craze of non-profit scrutiny of what’s commonly referred to as, ‘Overhead.’
Baseball season is in full swing, including baseball players who are blind and visually impaired.
This is so cool:
Is a baby born at 24-weeks human?
Here’s the definition of inhuman:
1. Lacking human qualities of compassion and mercy; cruel and barbaric
2. Not human in nature or character
After watching this video, I think you’ll find that the only inhuman being involved in late-term abortion is those doing it…
Worldwide awareness of the orphan crisis is on the rise and orphan care is certainly a worthwhile cause to champion.
On this Father’s Day, I am somberly reminded at how many boys and girls have no father or father figure in their lives.
These stats are saddening:
Will public education is available in most poor countries around the world, you’ll find 100 or more children in a class, making teaching next to difficult as materials consist of a chalkboard and a day full of memorization style learning–which is hardly learning at all.
Thankfully, BRAC is changing the developing world’s educational landscape.