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Flesh and Blood – giving more than money

A campaign to mobilise churches to increase the number of blood and organ donors in the UK has been launched this week. The aim is to build on the Christian culture of giving and make blood and organ donation part of this. In other words, […]


Families of children with significant disabilities indicate that their lives are enriched

Alex Schadenberg has this last week reported on a new study on children with trisomy 13 and 18 (Patau’s and Edwards’ syndrome respectively) which is well worth reading. I have reproduced it here. I have myself previously blogged about trisomy conditions including a wonderful testimony. […]


The legalisation of assisted suicide – what’s money got to do with it?

  Today, according to the Sunday Times, Lord Falconer (pictured) will publish his new bill on assisted suicide (details here). In line with the recommendations of his sham ‘Commission on Assisted Dying’ he will push for doctors being given the power to help mentally competent […]


Mum beats lung tumour after refusing to sacrifice her baby to save her own life

There is an inspiring story in the Daily Mail this morning about a 21 year old mother who beat cancer after refusing to sacrifice her unborn child. Daniella Jackson was diagnosed with a tumour in her left lung shortly before discovering she was pregnant and refused […]


‘Beauty is more than what you look like’: mother’s inspiring video about her blind baby boy

A YouTube video that a young mother has created about her blind baby boy and his rare cleft palate condition has spread virally, racking up some 7 million views and delivering hundreds of personal messages of support to her Facebook and email inboxes. In the […]