Congress Set To Vote On Impeachment
In a show meant for retribution and political payback, rather than uniting the country, congress is voting on impeaching President Donald Trump for the second time in 13 months. The impeachment resolution on the House floor Wednesday includes one article, citing “incitement of insurrection,” and will be debated on the House floor. According to the planned schedule, the House is expected to approve the resolution in the afternoon. Read more about the impeachment proceedings here.
Pro-Life Activist Called Domestic Terrorist
When “Live Action” founder Lila Rose tweeted that “Abortion is violence”, Leah Torres, an abortionist whose medical license was suspended by the state of Alabama, started a heated debate when she responded to the tweet. Torres called Rose a terrorist saying, “This is violent rhetoric. It is objectively false and meant to incite others to commit crimes against clinics, patients, and health care providers. This is what domestic terrorism looks like.” Read more about the debate and rhetoric here.
The 50 Most Dangerous Countries To Be A Christian
The World Watch List is an annual report on the global persecution of Christians, ranking the top 50 countries where Christians are persecuted for their faith. Released at the beginning of each year, the list uses data from field workers and external experts to quantify and analyze persecution worldwide. North Korea and Afghanistan are listed as the top two countries for religious persecution. Read more about the findings here.
Seattle Home Bakers Keeping Food Banks Stocked With Bread
“Community Loaves”, a network of over 500 volunteer bakers, are doing their part to feed the needy. Katherine Kehrli, who runs the company says twice a month, participants whip up batches of the group’s signature honey oat bread to donate to local food banks. The project has “restored my faith in the collective good that we can actually do,” said Kehrli, “And it restores my faith that we can be more self-determined even in the face of the pandemic.” Read more about these amazing volunteers here.