BP is proposing a solution that would completely stop the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. A static kill (what’s with all of the kill terminology in oil spill solution terms?) would pump mud into the well to seal it up.
Columnist Krispin Mayfield considers Christ-followers’ identity as members of the Kingdom of God in light of seeing images of war depicted in stained glass at an air force base chapel.
No doubt BP has plenty on its mind at the moment, what with having to repair the largest oil spill in U.S. history. But they probably still shouldn’t have put up a picture of the oil spill command center that was Photoshopped.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame has promised that voters in upcoming elections will be free to decide who to vote for.
Scientists in Germany have discovered a way to produce a plastic that has most of the same characteristics as wood.
We’ve been so excited to see people find creative ways to raise money for The Haiti School Project. And we wanted to remind all of you that you can still donate.
The Kimberley Process is a global body backed by the United Nations that’s supposed to keep blood diamonds from entering into the consumer stream.
BP says that oil isn’t flowing into the Gulf of Mexico, for the first time since April 20.
If you want to see the most depressing (and mind-boggling) summation of the Gulf Oil Spill, here you go.
Morgan Hansow of Light Gives Heat writes about the month-long visit she and her family are currently on in Uganda, and how completely surrendering everything to God is an ongoing and important lesson.
Columnist Jeremy Willet writes about the importance of child sponsorship programs in Africa and Haiti. He will be posting updates from Haiti as part of RELEVANT and Convoy of Hope’s Haiti School Project.
Air conditioning is a wonderful thing. Unfortunately, it’s expensive to run and not very environmentally friendly.
The death toll from terrorist attacks in Uganda now stands at 74, including one American student who was working with Invisible Children.
According to an Associated Press report, there are up to 27,000 abandoned oil wells in the Gulf of Mexico that aren’t being monitored by anyone.
Gavin Newsom, the mayor of San Francisco, has banned regular, sugary soda from any vending machines found on city property.