There’s More Than One Billion of Us!

With wheelchair users making up only 5% of disabled people it has become a poor way of acknowledging those of us with a different type of disability. More than 1 billion people in the world are living with some sort of disability, according to a new international survey. That’s about 15 percent of the world’sContinue reading “There’s More Than One Billion of Us!”

The Two-Minute Bible Survey

Found this recently and felt it might bless you.  It is almost a Bible survey course, and as about as brief as you can go without losing any kind of comprehension at all.  I so hope  you like this, if just for the novelty of it. I wish I could attribute it to someone. IContinue reading “The Two-Minute Bible Survey”

Bedlam: Prisons and the Mentally Ill

Taking a Stand for Our Brothers and Sisters  By Mark Earley, Christian Post Guest Columnist, Wed, Aug. 08, 2007 In the 16th century, London’s mentally ill were often kept at Bethlem Royal Hospital. The conditions inside the hospital were notoriously poor. Patients were often chained to the floor and the noise was so great thatContinue reading “Bedlam: Prisons and the Mentally Ill”

The Toughness of Prayer

  “Pray as you can, not as you cannot.” -Dom John Chapman This is a Reprinted Article.  by Dom John Chapman Every so often I find something so sublime and so wonderful that all I want to do is make it available to a whole other audience.  This is so rewarding for me, to introduce toContinue reading “The Toughness of Prayer”