Archive for August, 2014

The New Cocaine

pornn03Dear Friends for Life,   Pornography is seriously penetrating our christian communities. A recent study shows that 54% of Christian men and 15% of Christian women admit to viewing pornography regularly at least once a month. Such a high percentage is surprising. Christians are people who respect God’s creation, respect the dignity of women and are a sign of contradiction in society which rejects such sickly behaviour. Continue reading

Irresponsible Leadership

Dear Friends for Life:   Irresponsible leadership is causing physical injuries and casualties to children by bombing and airstrikes on Gaza. UN reports an estimated 370,000 Palestinian children are in need of “psycho-social first aid”. I believe the leaders of both countries should be held accountable to the world for crimes against humanity. Continue reading

Taking Issue With Same-Sex Marriage

truthDear Friends for Life:    It was refreshing to run across an article “I’m Gay and I Oppose Same-Sex Marriage” by Doug Mainwaring. He writes that “Gay and lesbian activists seek to redefine marriage in order to achieve an ideological agenda that ultimately seeks to undefine families as nothing more than one of an array of equally desirable “social units,” and thus open the door to the increase of government’s role in our lives. Continue reading

Support Down Syndrome Children?

smilingDear Friends For Life:   Once diagnosed with Down Syndrome, the unborn child faces almost certain death by abortion. In short, they are terminated. Medical doctors, hospitals, and parents have declare an all-out war on these innocent children. Latest statistics show that over 90% of children diagnosed prenatally with Down syndrome are killed. Continue reading

The (hopefully) Unforgotten

filipino-comfort-women-ap 20130313_seoulbeats_comfortwomenDear Friends For Life:    In April of this year, Pope Francis condemned human trafficking, calling it a crime against humanity. Today female prostitution comprises 70% of human trafficking, a multi-billion-dollar industry. During World War II prostitutes were labeled as “comfort women” in the East. Over 200,000 women, mostly from Korea but also from China, Indonesia, the Philippines and Taiwan, served Japanese soldiers in “comfort stations”. Continue reading