Samaritan Ministries' March Newsletter Explores First Amendment Rights, 'Pro-Choice' Movement, Christ's Suffering

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First Amendment rights, global worship and Christ's suffering on Good Friday are explored.

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Samaritan Ministries’ March 2013 newsletter explores issues from First Amendment rights to global worship to Christ’s suffering on Good Friday.

--A piece by renowned defender of First Amendment rights Nat Hentoff is reprinted. In "More of our doctors are losing their independence," Hentoff explores the impact of the new health care law on doctor-patient relationships.

--Rob Slane, meanwhile, explores an inconsistency of the "pro-choice" movement, which claims to support a woman's choice to abort until her choice crosses some other politically correct line.

--Members Paul and Cathy McAndrew work through musical group IziBongo to share with U.S. audiences the sound of global worship. Their Member Spotlight tells how they got to where they are and how appreciating other Christian cultures’ worship of God can deepen others' faith.

--Dr. Mark Marinella takes a physician's view of the crucifixion of Christ in "Died He for Me." A review of the book and an interview with the Ohio oncologist are good opportunities to remember the immensity of Christ's physical suffering as Good Friday approaches.

--Ray King asks hard questions while reflecting on Luke 18:7-8 in The Doorpost for this month.

Links to these articles can be found at the Samaritan Ministries blog.

Samaritan Ministries International seeks to help members of the Body of Christ carry out the Great Commission through ministries that enable Christians to better obey Jesus' commands. This is currently done through the Christian Health Care Newsletter health care sharing ministry and the Morning Center maternity hospital ministry. For more information, contact James Lansberry, 877-764-2426, Ext. 186, jlansberry(at)smchcn(dot)net; or Mike Miller, 877-764-2426, Ext. 142, or 309-642-9529, mikemiller(at)smchcn(dot)net.

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