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SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- Allan Parker, The Justice Foundation President, announces TJF is offering free legal information to any pregnant woman in America who feels that she cannot care for the "infant life" (U.S. Supreme Court-Gonzales v. Carhart, 2007) in her womb at this time and needs an abortion. TJF can assist her with understanding her state's Safe Haven laws by which she can, without cost, release her baby to the community. She can simply release the baby to a hospital, fire station, or other designated place within a specified time after birth. If she is low-income, the state can also provide prenatal care and delivery of the child at no cost to the woman.

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GFA World's humanitarian efforts continue as 'commendable' Indian prime minister extends COVID-19 stay-at-home orders; 1.3 billion people 'in hands of God'

COVID-19: INDIA 'IN HANDS OF GOD:' The world's biggest coronavirus lockdown has been extended -- leaving more than a billion people in India on the edge of survival amid fears of mass starvation, Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org) reports today, as the mission agency distributes food packages.
COVID-19: INDIA 'IN HANDS OF GOD:' The world's biggest coronavirus lockdown has been extended -- leaving more than a billion people in India on the edge of survival amid fears of mass starvation, Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org) reports today, as the mission agency distributes food packages.

WILLS POINT, Texas -- The world's biggest coronavirus lockdown has been extended -- leaving more than a billion people in India on the edge of survival amid fears of mass starvation, mission agency Gospel for Asia (GFA World, www.gfa.org) reported today.

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TEL AVIV -- As hospitals worldwide face a ventilator shortage caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Magen David Adom, Israel's national EMS organization, and a coalition of other Israeli organizations and entrepreneurs, have developed a design for a low-cost ventilator that can be made locally from readily available parts.

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Bright Hope CoronaVirus

HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill. -- Bright Hope publishes new, downloadable booklet for churches and Christ-followers to examine the COVID virus from an extreme poverty perspective. 

Food Security, health and hygiene, social distancing, and medical care are all vastly different for those living on less than $2.00 a day. The spread of the COVID-19 virus could have devastating results in the remote villages and slums of the world.

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American Heritage Girls Across the Country Virtually Join Together in Acts of Service Amid COVID-19

CINCINNATI -- While an abundance of events and activities have been canceled and communities are being asked to stay home amid the rapid-spreading COVID-19, for members of American Heritage Girls (AHG), serving others is still on the calendar. Adapting to their new 'normal' across the country, members of American Heritage Girls, a faith-based scouting-type alternative, are creatively using their gifts and talents to serve those in their communities while social distancing.

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The following is submitted by Fred Markert, he is director of YWAM Ascend (ywamascend.com) and serves at Highlands College (highlandscollege.com):

In his 1993 book, "Don't Waste Your Sorrows," author Paul Billheimer makes the point that it's not the mere presence of anxiety, fear, pain, or suffering, but how a person reacts to it which determines one's trajectory of personal growth through anxieties and difficulties. Billheimer encourages people not to waste their sorrows, but to use them as a catapult to launch them into significant personal growth.

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- With the COVID-19 global pandemic shutting down economies, spiking unemployment and slashing incomes, Crown Financial Ministries is offering free resources for effectively managing personal finances in a time of crisis.

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