December 4, 2013


Another Study Links Abortion and Breast Cancer (Patriot Post, 12/4/13): 

Confirming the findings of a previous study, a new study has found that the risk of breast cancer spikes among women who have had at least one abortion and skyrockets among women who have had two or more. The study, which examined results of several other studies and was published in the peer-reviewed journal Cancer Causes and Control, found that women who had at least one induced abortion increased their risk of developing breast cancer by 44%. Women who had two abortions increased their risk by 76%, and women who had three abortions saw an 89% increase in risk. According to the study’s authors, these results “were consistent with a previously published systematic review,” which found the risk of breast cancer increased by 30% among women who had at least one induced abortion.

Ironically, even after the original study was released, Susan G. Komen, the largest breast cancer charity and research organization worldwide, continued to fund Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA), the nation’s largest abortion provider. Last year, Komen briefly halted its PPFA funding but quickly caved to political pressure from the pro-abortion camp and restored funding to the abortion mill. Given this latest study further confirming the abortion-breast cancer link, we urge Komen to live up to its stated mission and stop funding Planned Parenthood for good. And we urge all those who claim to be pro-women to start warning women of the true risks of abortion.


What is the Unborn? A Case for Biological Humanity from Fertilization by Clinton Wilcox


Where There’s Life, There’s Hope by June Maxam

Worldview and Culture

Hot Coffee, false witness, and the critical Christian by Dr. Joel McDurmon

Law, Lawmaking, and Morality by Michael Peroutka

Columnist Cal Thomas: “People and nations must be ruled by something, or there is anarchy. Either it is God, or secular laws that control our lower nature. Today, we are out of control as we pursue happiness through prosperity in the false hope money and things will satisfy. The problem with prosperity is that one is never satisfied. … If things satisfied, wouldn’t Americans be the most satisfied people on Earth? … Previous generations had less and yet seemed to have more of what matters: more character; more virtue; more contentment, all of it reinforced by parents, clergy and, for the most part, culture. In our day, materialism has become a false god we worship in the vain hope it will bring peace. In our conspicuous consumption we are self-immolating and the fuel is materialism. … Israel’s King David warned, ‘The wicked freely strut about when what is vile is honored among men.’ (Psalm 12:8). Can’t say we haven’t been warned.” (Patriot Post, 12/4/13)


This and That

This article was part of an email sent out by a local real estate agent. It has some good ideas.

Volunteering this Holiday – Great for the Community & Good for you too!
Volunteering is a great way to make a positive impact in your community, and it really does make you feel good. You may not think that your time will help others, but it will. Here is how to volunteer in your community.

  • Volunteer at the soup kitchen – You can either donate food items, pick up donated food, serve food, prepare food, or even offer administrative assistance.

  • Volunteer at the hospital – You may sit at a reception desk and greet people, or you may be asked to deliver flowers to patient rooms.

  • Volunteer at school – You are given fun tasks like reading to children, assisting on field trips, preparing bulletin boards, or simply helping the teacher.

  • Volunteer as a mentor – You can volunteer as a mentor and make an amazing difference in the life of a child. Organizations such as Big Brother or Big Sister, or even the Boys and Girls Club are excellent ways to volunteer as a mentor.

  • Volunteer at church – You can volunteer at church by offering to work in the day care room, teach a Sunday school class, organize a church function, clean the church, and much more.

  • Volunteer to deliver meals – Not only do you deliver a hot meal, but you are offering the warmth of companionship to elderly people that are sometimes very lonely individuals.

  • Volunteer for hospice – Things you may be asked to do include visiting patients or family, offering childcare, running to the grocery store, and so on. You will basically be doing simple tasks that wouldn’t get done otherwise.

  • Volunteer at Coats for Kids – The goal of Coats for Kids is, “They ensure that every child who needs a winter coat receives one.” If your community does not already participate in the Coats for Kids Foundation, then YOU can get it

  • Volunteer at the animal shelter -They are always looking for people to walk dogs, feed the animals, clean up after the animals, and help the animals find new homes.

Now that you know the various ways to volunteer in your community, get going! Volunteering is a great way to feel good about yourself, release stress, and help others in the process. Once you see how rewarding it is to volunteer in your community, you may have a hard time deciding where to stop.