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CHARISMA Cares Bless Israel Supports MDA

This 5 minute video, shows the lives you’re saving when you give to CHARISMA Cares Bless Israel as we support Magen David Adom (MDA- Israel’s National Aid Society). I love the dedication of Shira Applebaum, an MDA paramedic and leader of their national disaster response team. She is also a symbol of the hope and inspiration that MDA’s lifesaving work

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Jesus Shine’s Brightly In Us

Jim Gordon, long-time supporter of Calcutta Mercy, recounts his recent visit to Calcutta, India: It was January 2015, and I found myself in Calcutta, India visiting Calcutta Mercy’s ministries. I got to see the city church, hospital, Blind School, Teacher’s Training College, and rural Mercy Schools. I learned many things, but perhaps the most impactful lesson came from India’s children,

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God Harvests Souls, While Satan Harvests Babies

In part four of the PPH expose by the Center for Medical Progress view undercover conversation with Dr. Savita Ginde, VP/Medical Director of Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains (PPRM) where she talks about coordinating with other Planned Parenthoods making sure that they’re “all saying the same thing, and that the CEOs are all saying the same thing;” and talking about their attorney

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Pro-Life Leaders Call for States to Enforce Civil and Criminal Laws Against Abortionists

Just saying the word “Selma” will forever evoke images of baton wielding, gas-masked police chasing men and women who were marching for the right to vote. Fifty years later, there is a darker story that Selma has to tell. It is one of continued violence that targets black and brown pregnant women. Fr. Terry Gensemer of the Charismatic Episcopal Church

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Grace Is More than a Holy Bleach Pen

One Sunday recently I stood before my closet and tried to decide between my two go-to outfits for when I want to stay cool but also not go too casual: the maxi dress or the white linen pants. Like most women, as I pondered the white linen pants, I ran through that day’s schedule. Would there be any blatant opportunities

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Finding Joy & “Pockets of Happiness” in a Messed Up World

Once, I was invited to officiate at a “baby dedication” for three little children. I thought about Pope Francis saying we have to minister to everyone, not just about abortion and gay marriage, but everything. That day was a reflection of what I call “God’s garden.” There were agnostics in attendance. There were Catholics, Protestants, and Jews there. I also met

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