In 1945, my father, starved and unconscious, was mistaken for a corpse at the Nazi concentration camp in Ebensee, Austria. By a miracle, someone realized that he wasn't yet dead.
— Jeff Jacoby (@Jeff_Jacoby) May 2, 2019
On this day, many years ago, I was born. Some say I should've been aborted. I was adopted & loved instead. This video, featuring what I've been able to become in my life because of her courageous decision, is my tribute to her. I hope to meet her one day. #CincoDeMayo #CincoDeRyo pic.twitter.com/4mp38ckhIo
— Ryan Bomberger (@ryanbomberger) May 5, 2019
— March for Life (@March_for_Life) May 6, 2019
11. What if schoolchildren began the day thinking: “‘Why am I created? Why am I here? And what am I going to do?’” (What if we all did?) A Tikvah Fund podcast.
12. on the death of progressive evangelical writer Rachel Held Evans. R.I.P. and prayers for her young family…
17. New York Times: Johan van Hulst, Who Helped Save 600 Children From the Nazis, Dies at 107
My grandfather was sent to Auschwitz when he was just 10 years old. During his time there, he had two face to face encounters with the notorious Dr. Mengele. These are those two encounters:
— Leibel Mangel (@LeibelMangel) May 2, 2019