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Fifteen Things That Caught My Eye Today (November 19, 2018)

1. Reuters: Yemeni father mourns baby girl who died of starvation

2. Give Asia Bibi Asylum, Now

3. Time: How Traumatized Children See the World, According to Their Drawings

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5. Washington Post: Kids with disabilities face many challenges. Church shouldn’t be one of them.

6. Time: Inmates Fighting California Wildfires Are More Likely to Get Hurt, Records Show

7. A cancer patient reflects:

People are saying that they are praying for a miracle, but I know the miracle has already happened and pretty soon my eternity is going to be Easter morning.

8. Marriage stagnation and the “sex recession”

9. Washington Post: This man hosts a free Thanksgiving dinner for all who RSVP. It’s his 33rd year.

10. Why Christians should be readers

11. Christianity Today is looking for a freelance editor to work on immigration issues.

12. The real Blessed Lucy of Narnia was even more amazing than C. S. Lewis’s imagination

13. National Geographic: Man-eating fish, Tower of Babel revealed on ancient mosaic

14. If you haven’t seen the Winnie the Pooh with the boy with cerebral palsy:

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PLUS: Do you know about the adoption event in NYC Tuesday night? Details here. All are welcome.

Did you see our adoption symposium this weekend? With Russell Moore and Grover Norquist and many more.

My syndicated column today is about gratitude and adoption.

Last week’s was about Delilah, the lady from the radio, and her “Hall of Fame” worthy adoption service.

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