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The following article is based on a talk given by May Tripp at the Retreat For Animal Welfare, Maryvale, 19th June, 1993 When I first began to think about this talk I fully intended to speak about the work of … Continue reading
In Part One we were discussing that Christ defeats evil and takes away our sin (separation from him) on the cross – it has been removed as far as the east is from the west! The world is still broken because of … Continue reading
One of the most important questions you can ask in this life is, “Why did Jesus die?” It is a historical fact that he did, and that his death – and resurrection, the reason his death was significant – caused … Continue reading
In preparation for Lent, we began with Part One of Roslyne Smith‘s article, “The suffering Of The Innocents,” from her book, Animal Welfare: Through The Cross, A Collection of Animal Christian Concern Articles (you can order her book here). Roslyne was saying that … Continue reading
In preparation for Lent we share the following article from Roslyne Smith‘s book, Animal Welfare: Through The Cross, A Collection of Animal Christian Concern Articles. You can order her book here. The article is one of my (Kathy’s) favorites and is … Continue reading
“The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me, because the Lord has anointed me to bring good news to the poor; he has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening … Continue reading
I stumbled across this article recently and found the message of a “Missional Christmas” a worthwhile one as well as a much needed one. Quote from the article: “Valuing people is the simplest form of missional living.” Adding “valuing all life” … Continue reading
As we lift up scriptures about Jesus the Messiah as prayers to be fulfilled, let’s pray that the church will see God clearly: not as the angry, judgmental God the way religion has portrayed, but as a perfectly loving God … Continue reading
I’m fasting and praying for miracles throughout Advent/Christmas, and sharing excerpts from the Shepherding All God’s Creatures prayer event. If you’d like to join, or need prayer, let me know and I’ll lift you up every day. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ A glimpse … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again when America celebrates the Thanksgiving Day Holiday. Wherever you are celebrating this day, make it a humane celebration especially when it comes to what we put on our plates! We are reposting an article … Continue reading
The pain experienced by humans and animals as a result of war should never be forgotten. WWI, in which 10 million soldiers died, also resulted in the deaths of 8 million military horses and over 8 million other animals.
“In my distress I called to the Lord, and he answered me. From deep in the realm of the dead I called for help, and you listened to my cry.
We started our prayer event by looking at James 5:16b and discussing what is meant by a righteous person and effectual prayer. Now we’ll discuss our study of the other part of James 5:16: “Confess your sins to one another … Continue reading
In the first blog post of this ‘praying effectively’ series – based on our corresponding prayer event – we discussed James 5:16 and what it means to be a righteous person. Now, let’s examine our prayers themselves. Based on the … Continue reading