It's A Girl
You've heard of China's one-child policy. Well, The United Nations estimates that as many as 200 million girls are missing in the world today because of so-called "gendercide." That is, children are killed, aborted, or abandoned, simply because they are girls. Evan Grae Davis is doing something about it as the Director of a new film called "It's A Girl." He spoke with FLR's Steve Tanner about the film and the issue of gendercide.
The film is screening next week in Tucson with more screenings coming all across Family Life Nation, including perhaps, your church or theater. Davis hopes the exposure of the issue through this film will motivate people of faith all around the world to work to eradicate the horrific practice of gendercide.
Find out more about the issue of gendercide, this film, and your opportunity to see it at itsagirlmovie.com. And hear Steve's complete interview with Director Evan Grae Davis via the link at right.
How Much Impact Does Your Faith Have On Your Vote?
It’s the economy. No,
it’s social justice. No, it’s the
sanctity of life. There is no shortage
of opinion as to the top issues this election.
Earlier this year, the Barna Group did some research on those issues –
and how much of a role faith plays in it.
Over the course of the next couple of weeks, we’ll look into the
specifics of that survey with David Kinnaman of the Barna Group, who tells us
they break people down into 5 faith segments: Evangelical Christians, Non-Evangelical
Christians, Notional (or cultural) Christians, Non-Christians, and Skeptics
(atheists and agnostics). Stay with us over the next several days as we delve
deeper into that study from the Barna Group. And you can hear Dennis Hutchinson’s
entire interview with David Kinnaman, president of Barna Research, by clicking
the link to your right, on this page.