Archive for December, 2020

Glory, terror, good news, savior, Christ!

Friday, December 25th, 2020 |

  Humanity this year is beset by disease, isolation, poverty, racism, fascism and overwhelming emotional stress. Today, this chaotic season is also marked with a holiday remembering Jesus Christ. The narrative of his birth – described in detail by three separate witnesses and a host of  historians – includes an announcement by angelic beings to […]

Liberation: Covid-19 and World War II

Saturday, December 19th, 2020 |

  Dachau, first Nazi concentration camp built by on German soil, became the model for torture, slavery, and extermination replicated throughout the Third Reich. Early on morning of April 28, 1945, surviving prisoners were amazed to observe SS officers raising a white flag over Dachau – acknowledging the approaching liberators of the Seventh US Army. […]

Helping Babies Breathe – in Pakistan

Friday, December 4th, 2020 |

  “I am passionate about the health of women and their babies!” declares Hibba Haider, Pakistani pediatrician and INMED HBB graduate. “I am well aware of the gravity of Pakistan having the world’s worst infant mortality rate. But I am also inspired how some African countries that have dramatically improved their infant mortality. So, I […]