Articles on Human Dignity

When we first meet 22-year-old Zak (played by Zack Gottsagen), he is in a nursing home cafeteria, sitting with an elderly lady and plotting an escape. Not the lady’s escape, mind you, but his own. This is the endearing opening... Continue...

Within two months of working in the forensics division of the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) unit at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri,[1] Heidi Olson realized that many of the girls she examined were actually victims of human trafficking.[2] SANE... Continue...

You may notice a new tool on your Facebook profile in the coming months. A few weeks ago, the social media giant launched a new privacy tool called “Off-Facebook Activity.” This new tool gives you more control over the data... Continue...

Jonah is an interesting character. He’s the guy who ran from God, sulked around during a maelstrom, told sailors to toss him overboard, was swallowed by a big fish, and was vomited up a few days later. Then, he threw... Continue...

Decisions had to be made. He was a proud man, active and strong. He would not have wanted to live like this. What is his quality of life? How can we afford his care? How will we care for him?... Continue...

Recent news has continued to bring to light the harsh realities of many in other countries and the need to reach out to those who have come to the U.S. for refuge. Many believers and churches are trying to find ways... Continue...

I recently read an article about the violence toward women in Honduras. It grabbed my attention because I usually only see articles about Honduran riots and unrest, not about everyday life. Having grown up in Honduras, I think articles like... Continue...

Nationwide, April is recognized as Second Chance™Month. Communities observed Second Chance Month 2019 with a wide variety of events. In Fayetteville, Arkansas, I joined a prayer walk called Road to Second Chances. There, I listened to brave men and women... Continue...

“All Jews must die,” he shouted. The police officers responding to a Pittsburgh synagogue on a Saturday in October found 11 Jews dead. The victims, mostly elderly, had gathered that morning for Sabbath worship. The terrorist had complained about immigrants... Continue...

Have you ever made a decision a choice you would give anything to take back, a mistake big enough to separate you from the people you love? In the wake of those decisions, is there room for God’s grace to... Continue...