It’s an awkward thing to hear: sounds of a dying one.
They may be loud or quiet. They all end quiet.
They are involuntary, unbidden, and incapable of being (entirely) hidden. 206 more words
I have been blessed to teach a full 12 week Systematic Theology course at my church, and wanted to share the recorded sessions here. I would love to hear your feedback. 53 more words
ZYGO Series—PHARMACEUTICAL ACCESS: Global Drug Management and Underserved Populations
Friday, October 24, 2014, DML 241 | 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM | Lunch Provided
RSVP: 270 more words
“ON JULY 28, 2010, the United Nations General Assembly adopted an historic resolution recognizing the human right to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation as “essential for the full enjoyment of the right to life.” For those of us in the balcony of the General Assembly that day, the air was tense. 1,263 more words
By Dr Derek Cunningham with Steven & Evan Strong
Before embarking upon our fifth paper reviewing the newly discovered Australian Ros engraved rock we feel obliged to first address a criticism levelled at us by some who have already voiced their disappointment. 252 more words
by Diane VanDyke
Approximately 14 percent of American households, 1 out of 7, have food insecurity or difficulty providing enough food for all family members, according to a report released by the United States Department of Agriculture in September 2014. 626 more words
My previous blog post was about child marriages and the consequences not only on the child, but of the countries economic development. This week’s blog will talk about the infertility of women in Southern Nigeria, going beyond the medical definition and looking into the social dysfunctions that a women must face for being ‘barren’. 795 more words