Month: May 2021

Vulnerable Children Need Even More Support After Pandemic

Compassion UK is appealing for more support for children and families living with hunger and malnutrition in the world’s poorest communities. The call coincides with World Hunger Day on Friday and follows a recent report from the UN World Food Programme estimating that 270 million people are at risk of starvation across 20 hotspot countries, …

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As Child Trafficking Risks Rise, How Can Churches Help Protect Children?

When Godwin was in his mid-teens, a nightmare unfolded that would disrupt his academic dreams, steal him away from his family, and leave him fearing for his life: he was trafficked into Ghana’s fishing industry. It all started innocently enough. Godwin was living with his Aunt Jessie, who helped send Godwin to school as his …

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Christian Animated Series ‘The Wingfeather Saga’ Breaks $1M Crowdfunding Record

The bestselling Wingfeather Saga children’s book series is becoming an animated TV show andhas just broken a record previously set by “The Chosen” for being the fastest crowdfunded TV show to surpass $1 million at Angel Studios. Organizers are raising funds from individual investors to bring this Christian series to life. The “The Wingfeather Saga” has also …

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Frontline Ministries Serve During Covid Crisis in India

For the past 21 years, the ministry Vanitashray has been serving the needs of orphans and vulnerable children and women across Maharashtra, India. Their goal? To give every child the chance to live with a family and reach their full potential. What began as a small children’s home for young girls has now transitioned to a day center which …

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Swedish Doctors Halt Use of Puberty Blockers for Children with Gender Dysphoria

Doctors at a prominent Swedish hospital that treats children suffering from gender dysphoria announced they will no longer prescribe cross-sex hormones or drugs that suppress puberty. The Karolinska University Hospital said that as of April 1, puberty blockers would no longer be given to youth younger than 16. In the hospital’s statement, first released in March outlining …

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