Should parents who pray in lieu of seeking medical care for a sick child be held culpable if the child dies?
A child dies. Her parents prayed for her life. Friends, relatives and onlookers encouraged the parents to obtain medical care. They refused, believing prayer and faith would heal their child. It didn’t.
Should these parents be held culpable for the death of their child? Should they be prosecuted as murderers? Can parents have faith and still obtain medical care?
Find out what we think by reading our article:
Medical Care or Prayer?
Feel free to weigh in on the issue yourself.
Ralph’s testimony of God’s goodness. He went from sheriff, to marine, to Navy corpsman, to finding peace in Jesus.
I’ve never seen death. I’ve barely experienced it in my life. Ralph saw death regularly. He became hardened to it. As a police officer and member of our armed forces, he experienced all sorts of things I only see in movies.
Read Ralph’s story:
From Marine, to Sheriff, to Navy Corpsman, to Christ-follower.
Check out Ralph’s website here.
A poem about death – from the perspective of a Christian.
Death. When it strikes, we grieve.
But for Christians, rejoicing goes hand in hand with death. Why? Because Jesus has conquered death and we have nothing to fear – only something to look forward to.
This poem helps us see both sides.
Read Departed for Glory.
A Christian testimony describing a chaotic journey through a world of drugs and alcohol.
We’ve added yet another unbelievable Christian testimony to truthsaves. This is Scot’s story. He lived life numbed by alcohol and hard drugs. Doctors actually told his family members to start preparing for his death. He had no hope, or so it seemed.
For I know the plans I have for you, declares the LORD, plans for peace and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.
Jeremiah 29:11 (ESV)
Read Scot’s amazing journey through the valley of the shadow of death.