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Monday, October 8, 2012
Forgiveness and the Cross
By Nancy Menzies Kreuzer
Celebrate Life

We are commanded by God to love one another: “I give you a new commandment: love one another. As I have loved you, so you also should love one another” (John 13:34). And He tells us, “If anyone says, ‘I love God’ but hates his brother, he is a liar; for whoever does not love a brother whom he has seen cannot love God Whom he has not seen” (1 John 4:20).
I set out for a nearby abortion business, to pray to end the tragedy of abortion-to pray against the darkness and evil that has been preying, for a generation, upon the nations and their people. But what began as simply an outing to pray became a test of my own heart.

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Debate 2012: Fact or fiction?

The Washington Times

The presidential debate gave me some hope: A citizen audience that was projected to be as high as 50 million tuned in to a debate that was largely substantive. Only a few days later, propaganda is back in full swing and sinking to a new low. Does anyone care about the truth anymore?


Parents demand schools back from abortionists

World Net Daily

The Obama administration has a program that distributes funding to Planned Parenthood to indoctrinate children with the abortion industry’s perspective of sexuality, and the industry giant’s workers routinely are given students in public schools for their work. But parents in the Salem, Oregon school district are infuriated and are fighting back, setting up a website to start building opposition to the program. The group, called Salem School Watch, explains online, “Planned Parenthood is America’s abortion provider. They derive most of their income from the killing of unborn children. On this basis alone, they should never be given access to our children. Their business model is based on abortion.”


Ad campaign exposes how Planned

Parenthood dismembers families

The Radiance Foundation
The Radiance Foundation, in partnership with the Virginia Coalition for Life, has launched a wide-scale billboard campaign in Hampton Roads, Virginia, with the messaging: “Fatherhood Begins in the Womb.” Twenty-one billboards and more than 100 bus and light rail posters have been placed throughout the region to raise awareness of the impact of fatherlessness on (born and unborn) children. The pro-family, pro-adoption initiative challenges the culture of abandonment and death that Roe v. Wade has fostered since 1973.