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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
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
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
We’d love to hear from you throughout this blog series as we discuss how to pray effectively for the animals!  Of course, we also strive to partner with God in speaking and working toward their liberation from suffering. But … Continue reading
“In our era, the road to holiness necessarily passes through the world of action.” Dag Hammarskjöld (Introduction written by Kathy Dunn) We live in a world that is plagued by duality. We can see signs of the beautiful and magnificent, … Continue reading
This week, we share with the Shepherding All God’s Creature’s audience an article by Timothy James Verret, Faith Outreach Volunteer for The Humane Society of the United States. Timothy is a guest writer – we welcome him as a contributor on … Continue reading