In this clip from the documentary Flight: the Genius of Birds, we get to explore how the depth of design needed, even merely in a bird’s muscles, shouts out that it has a brilliant Designer!
“[It’s] said that the average father spends seven to eleven minutes a week in meaningful conversations with his children beyond short phrases like ‘pass the butter,’ ‘pass the salt,’ or ‘thank you for the meal.’ When I thought about that, it was tragic..” – Ron Allchin, author of Growing in Wisdom: A Bible Study in Proverbs for Fathers and Sons
A pastor and a church organist share some thoughts…
Much of the material being collected via separate garbage trucks, and sometimes brought to separate processing centers to be recycled is, after all this added expense, then dumped into a landfill. That’s a problem, clearly. But is the problem to be found only at the end, when the recycling is dumped, or is the bigger problem right at the start, with the waste of resources spent in separating it in the first place?
Spain doesn’t have the death penalty for criminals… but will euthanize them. And in Canada, a veteran suffering from PTSD couldn’t get the care he needed but was offered euthanasia instead. And as Breakpoint Ministries notes, next year it looks like they’ll be offering it to children, or as they put it, “mature minors.”
The folks at Covenant Eyes have created a short list of questions parents should ask their school’s administration to get a good idea of what sort of digital risks their kids will be exposed to at school.
Mikhail Gorbachev, the last President of the Soviet Union, died this week. He oversaw the dismantling of an empire that was, literally, set on world domination. Many today are too young to know just how bad the Soviet Union was, so to honor Gorbachev’s passing, here’s Ronald Reagan reminding us by telling jokes at the Soviet Union’s expense.