Siani Harpal and Rev. Devanandam Junapudi among others are risking their lives daily to preach the Gospel, I wonder and am in awl of the Power of God to protect such men in dire situations. Its not the President, The King or the Pope of Rome that we should be concerned with but with our position with Christ and his commandments.
“Jesus stands there in the Gospel before us offering hope and direction and purpose. I think we’re beaten and wearied by the cultural and political chaos we’ve gone through in this last year, and beaten and wearied by COVID 19, and we’ve been beaten by the way we’ve all been disrupted in our lives. We can easily look up and just see more of that on the horizon.
“We have called for the immediate release of Australian citizen Prof. Beijing resident Wang Hui has received homemade dried beef, fried rabbit, spicy tofu and smoked pork that his mother bought online for him after he decided not to visit his southwestern home city of Chongqing. The surge in such small comforts for separated families will help consumption in China economy, where a hoped for recovery in spending on services such as restaurants and hotels has been dealt a blow by the disappointing travel season..
Local services that focus on getting and keeping vulnerable residents inside are activated by these alerts, said a city news release Sunday. “All services at the warming centres are delivered following ongoing COVID 19 protocols to ensure the safety of those using the centres,” the release notes. “Exposure to cold weather can be harmful to your health,” the release adds.
“The United States has suspended and initiated the process to terminate the Asylum Cooperative Agreements with the Governments of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras as the first concrete steps on the path to greater partnership and collaboration in the region laid out by President Biden,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced Saturday. The deals with El Salvador and Honduras were never formally enacted, and the agreement with Guatemala has been effectively on hold since March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Border is open.
Production by Bedlam Theatre Company. Presented by Underground Railway Theater. At Central Square Theater, Cambridge. Those are the two poles of the plot and the narrative moves between them until they eventually begin to merge. The extended story of the scattered small groups attempting to make a life on a not very hospitable exoplanet is fascinating and entirely believable. The discovery of the “hatches” on both Mercury and the new world, and what they might mean for mankind, is nicely done, too.