by Daniel Hill | Sep 11, 2009 | Headline News |
But Jesus called the children to him and said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these.”
This week the U.S. Census Bureau released data showing that in 2008, the number of children living in poverty increased by 750,000 to 14.1 million. This is the biggest increase in child poverty since 1992.
When I read this I felt a pit in my stomach. In the wealthiest country that the world has ever seen, over 14 million of its most vulnerable citizens are coming to age in the midst of poverty.
by Kyle Waalen | Aug 28, 2009 | Family |
Celebrities go to great lengths to obtain the children of their dreams. Singer Céline Dion recently announced that she’s pregnant with her second child through in vitro fertilization. Madonna and Angelina Jolie can’t seem to visit Africa or Asia without leaving with a kid. Then there was Michael Jackson, whose children’s mysterious origins continue to be the topic of endless speculation.
Whether their intentions are noble or egotistical, the rich and famous like to cross the lines of race, gender, and biology to get the children they want. But what if they could actually design and create a baby exactly the way they wanted? It’s a scary thought, but one that may soon become a reality.
by Matt Hildreth | Mar 5, 2009 | Headline News |
Despite some progress, a persistent digital divide remains. In this new user-generated “Web 2.0″ world, simple access to computers and the Internet is no longer enough. Not providing all individuals the ability to participate in the great online conversation is more than just a technology issue; it’s a justice issue.