October 5, 2012
Richard Semapala does not know when his birthday is. He does not know who his parents are, and he can only speculate as to which city he was born in. Yet he has committed his life to giving a future filled with hope to those often referred to as “hopeless”. Shortly after his birth, Richard was abandoned in the streets of Uganda (likely Kampala), and it was his fellow street children that gave hope to this tiny babe. These children nourished and provided for baby Richard until he was found and adopted by Rev. Kefa Ssempangi.
September 14, 2012
Did a graphic image of an aborted baby take down China’s policy of forced abortion? As the global pro-life community holds its breath in the wake of breaking news that China’s Population and Family Planning Commission has, according to Lillian Kwon of the Christian Post, “issued an order to ban the use of forced abortion when enforcing its one-child policy,” this appears increasingly likely.
August 27, 2012
"Human beings were the most precious thing for Pilecki, and especially those who were oppressed. He would do anything to liberate them, to help them."  ̶  Marek Probosz, The Death of Captain Pilecki How far would you go to expose an injustice? Few people in the world have heard the name of the hero who first alerted the world to the horrors of Auschwitz. His story is one of unspeakable suffering, immense sacrifice, and unbelievable bravery.
August 23, 2012
As opposition to pro-life legislation in North America becomes less and less coherent and increasingly shrill and desperate (the scientific inquiry Motion 312 in Canada, the entirely fictitious Republican “War on Women” in the US), the abortion crowd is falling back on a tried and true strategy: Trot out the celebrity.
August 16, 2012
Editor's Note: Stephanie Gray is the author of A Physician's Guide To Discussing Abortion, a book recommended by many Canadian physicians. Stephanie Gray also debated Dr. Fraser Fellows, a Canadian late-term abortion practitioner.
August 15, 2012
For every person who truly believes that North America’s status quo of abortion on demand is the systematic decapitating, dismembering, and disembowelling of thousands of pre-born children every single day, I challenge you to ask yourself two questions that should change your life. First: What am I doing to fight this injustice? And second: What response does this injustice demand of me?
August 13, 2012
Carl Wilkens, an American missionary in Rwanda, watched from his house as his wife and three children were evacuated from their home in Kigali. He had made the difficult decision with his wife the night previous that he needed to stay with his Tutsi friends in their most desperate hour, and that is exactly what he did.
August 3, 2012
Editor's Note: Watch this incredible video on Sir Nicholas Winton.
July 27, 2012
In 1958, a 38 year-old widow from Manchester arrived in Peru to visit her brother. This trip was destined to change not only Anita Goulden’s life, but the lives of many, many others. While travelling about Peru, Goulden decided that she wanted to visit the desert. Arriving in Piura in the north, she witnessed something shocking: Abandoned children, suffering from horrific diseases such as meningitis and tuberculosis, often lying in pools of their own blood.
July 6, 2012
Mark Twain once said, "Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it." Those words aptly capture the spirit of Rwandan-genocide survivor Immaculee Ilibagiza. The suffering she endured in one of the speediest genocides of the 20th century is difficult to fathom.  Perhaps more incomprehensible, is her ability to forgive a mass murderer when she came out alive after 100 days of terror, where almost 1 million of her fellow citizens were slaughtered.