Friday, 13 February 2015
Wednesday, 21 January 2015
It was an excellent interview that captures succinctly the on going battle to protect the pro-life and pro-family stance of the African people and it is a pleasure to share it with you . To listen to the interview click here .
Wednesday, 24 December 2014
Monday, 8 December 2014
Saturday, 6 December 2014
Monday, 1 December 2014
Monday, 17 November 2014
In addition to this publication the team also made a compelling press release following their research.
As a direct result of this, the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a compulsory "black-box" warning on this product that reads :
And in the developed countries, it has been marked as such.
In spite of this glaring reality, that which has been deemed unsuitable and terribly flawed in the land of the rich, has now been brought in to the land of the poor.
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
So imagine my shock today as I read the words of one of the most prominent Synod Fathers who implied that the views and values that our African Synod Fathers have expressed on certain issues will not or have not been listened to (probably by the synod fathers from the Western and more wealthy parts of the world).
Monday, 1 September 2014
Thursday, 31 July 2014
In a twitter message today, International Planned Parenthood Federation insists that THEY are responsible for providing "comprehensive" sex education, so that the next generation is healthy and empowered their own development outcomes.
In a new campaign (the idecide campaign) they claim that it's a tragedy for some countries and various traditions to deny the youth their "basic rights" to decide:
-what you do with their own body
-whether to get pregnant
-who to love and how
So now IPPF is trying to garner support in their one-million signature petition drive to present their distorted views on sex-ed at the UN in order to influence the new Development Goals by integrating these "basic rights" into the global priority list.
Why can't they just accept it that there are still parts of the world where children are raised to respect human life, sex, marriage, motherhood and fatherhood.
Knowing what we all know about the graphic and very misleading sex-ed that Planned parenthood has been giving young children in some western countries, why would we want to hand over our African youth to them?
Their "comprehensive" sex-ed has included elements of BDSM, pornography, casual sex, premarital sex and abortion rights, all morally objectionable, all considered depraved by the wider African society.
Yet they want to claim authority in the sexual instruction and education of young minds around the world!
Pls join us to keep IPPF away from African youth.
Consider joining our COLAfrica prayer initiative !