Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Donating Blood Today

Today I'm going to donate blood. It's the first time in a long time. The last time I donated blood was a few months before I got pregnant with Anna... so a little over 2 years ago! Wow! I encourage you all to donate blood every so often. I went straight to the Red Cross website and followed directions on finding a blood donation near me. It was really simple! I'll actually link this post to the website. Just Click Here! You can find out your nearest blood drive and even find out if you're eligible!

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The Rights of Christians Under Attack

Thanks to Safe In His Arms for this article....

The rights of Christians are under attack again! Consider what has happened just in the last week:

* In New Jersey, East Brunswick High School officials told football coach Marcus Borden he cannot kneel and bow his head while members of his team have a student-led pre-game prayer. (source)

* In Wisconsin’s Tomah Area School District, a teacher refused to give a student identified only as A.T. a grade on an art project because his work included "John 3:16" as well as "A sign of love." However, Buddha, Hindu and sorcerers are considered “approved” forms of art by the school. (source)

* In Mt. Vernon, Ohio, school leaders told teacher John Freshwater he must put his Bible out of sight when students are in his room. Mr. Freshwater has refused to do so. He has had a Bible on his desk for the past 18 years. (source)

Take Action!

Join AFA in expressing appreciation to the two teachers and student mentioned above for their bold stand. Despite overwhelming pressure, Marcus, A.T. and John are standing firm in defending our rights.

Sign our “Petition of Appreciation!”. Help us gather one million signatures supporting these three individuals for standing strong for our religious freedoms. AFA will present a Plaque of Appreciation to each of them, which will include your name and state (no address).