Evaluating the lives of micro-preemies on a cost/value basis?

by Peter Serven on June 18th, 2011

I’ve been pondering an article that examined the above perspective, and raised the following questions: Should we continue to preserve the lives of babies whose “quality of life” may be considered sub-par (blindness, learning difficulties, complex medical challenges, etc)? At what point does preserving these babies’ lives become too great a burden, financially and in [...]

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by Peter Serven on May 24th, 2011

Our strategy has changed since the early stages of our work on the Preemie Fund. At first, our goal was to raise a fixed amount of money and keep it available for specific needs as they came up. However, we soon realized that it would be much more effective to help specific preemie families with [...]

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Whose role: Church or state?

by Peter Serven on May 19th, 2011

Preserving the lives of precious premature babies is costly. Who should pay the bill? The God-hating power-hungry State through it’s welfare programs? Or the body of Christ, commanded to bear its members burdens? Such issues will be defining questions that will come to a head in the near future. It’s a matter of control. Will [...]

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