For those who are following events concerning Hana Williams' death and her adoptive parents' conviction, Kathryn Joyce has just written another excellent article. I'm still so deeply affected by this that I just recommend that readers just link over to Slate online to read Joyce's new article. I could embed a snippet here, but I couldn't figure out what to choose.
I will borrow from Why Not Train Up a Child's post about the article, however:
The above mentioned article is perfect for sharing with any politicians or celebrities who might be willing to put pressure on Amazon.com to remove the book, To Train Up A Child. If you can’t think of anyone, here is an idea from StopSpanking.orgMaureen McCauley Evans continues to write excellent articles concerning the aftermath as well. Follow this link to the "Hana Williams" tagged articles to continue to read her poignant pieces about Hana, the trial, how this affects adoption/adoption related practices, and a compassionate thoughts about so many ways that this tragedy affects so many different groups of people.
Hermana Linda also faithfully posts updates and links to everything related to Michael Pearl.
I am so grateful for all of these women who continue to do faithfully bring attention to this issue, with grace and compassion which I so appreciate because of the difficulty of the subject matter.