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Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of My Diving Accident ​Joni Eareckson Tada

Recently I was at my desk writing to Tommy, a 17-year-old boy who just broke his neck body surfing off the Jersey shore. He’s now a quadriplegic. He will live the rest of his life in a wheelchair without use … Continue reading

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The Glory Gap By Joni Eareckson Tada

  Have you ever wondered how you might bring glory to God in your everyday routines? Routines that, well… can be stressful or difficult? Well, there is a way. Think about it: there’s a wide gap between what you would … Continue reading

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Belgium’s Euthanasia Law Doesn’t Protect Children From Themselves

Originally posted on Ideas:
The Belgian Parliament upped the ante last week by redefining the words “slippery slope” and “abhorrent” in its historic vote to expand its euthanasia laws – already some of the most liberal in the world –…

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