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Orphan Children in Kenya to Benefit from REPAIR for Kids Book

  Children in the poor, underdeveloped countries are being supported by churches and charities on both large and small level in many ways. A good example of helpful charity work is the inspiring story of a group of children taught life-supporting lessons by a man whose life mission is helping the helpless. In the small […]

Daytime Toronto Interviews Jewel Kats

  Award-winning Canadian author Jewel Kats was interviewed on the Toronto-based Rogers TV show Daytime Toronto on the 19th of September. Kats is the author of the award-winning books Cinderella’s Magical Wheelchair and The Princess and the Ruby, both published by the Loving Healing Press of Michigan, and has made numerous media appearances, including a […]

Grabbing the Limelight, Killing People

  US involvement in Syria is another manifestation of lackluster, indecisive US policy. President Obama had a chance to arm a third force, a non-Islamist moderate group of rebels and failed. As a result, the conflict there has become polarized between two major Islamist groups, the Hezbollah greatly assisting President Assad, and a mixture of […]

Loving Healing Press Going to Beijing International Book Fair

The Loving Healing Press of Ann Arbor, MI, is pleased to announce its participation in the 20th Beijing International Book Fair (BIBF) via contributing copies of select titles to the event. The 20th Beijing International Book Fair is scheduled for August 28 to September 1, 2013, and will be held at the China International Exhibition […]

Remembering Wicca on First Anniversary of Killing in Montreal

  Denise-Carey Costa remembers the reckless killing of Wicca in Montreal, Canada, last year and how the tragedy led to the determination to help helpless dogs who face life-threatening situations. The summer of 2012 was a horrific time for Pit Bulls and owners of Pit bulls. Between June and July three peaceful companion animals from different parts […]

Empowering Women to Light Up Guatemala with Solar Power

Empowering women through education and technical training has been a major focus of humanitarian work across the globe. The Appropriate Technology Collaborative (ATC) is raising funds for an important project of this type in Guatemala. As reported by the Journal of Humanitarian Affairs, this project called “Circuits and Solar”, will teach the essentials of solar […]

Letter to Belfast City Council for Lennox’s Life

Jan Moore-White from Kentucky, US, writes to the Belfast City Council of Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, to request them for releasing the death-row dog Lennox go free to a forever home in America.  The Belfast City Council United Kingdom I am writing in regards to Lennox, the dog on death row. I am from the […]

411 Canada and Pivotal Payments: A Mutual Boost

Canada 411, the most popular search engine in Canada, is visited by over 2 million locals and causes local business to receive over 13 million inquiries each month. At this time, the website highlights over 1.5 million local businesses in various formats…

Prez’s Weekly Address: His Perspective of the G-20 Summit

WASHINGTON – In this week’s address, President Barack Obama recounted the progress made this past week in advancing America’s national security and economic prosperity at the United Nations and the G-20. The administration established the U.S. as a leader in the pursuit for clean energy, and agreed to reform the global financial system to prevent […]

Observations from Observatory: The Full Moon Hike

  The ground stretches wet and shallow in Florida. My homeland is a giant swamp in the shape of a peninsula – surrounded by water on three sides. The summer weather is hot and the shorelines don’t get any more beautiful.   Lion’s Head from the view of the cable-car on Table Mountain. Cape Town, […]