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Saturday, July 22nd
WVW-TV Presents: Refuting The Islamic Propaganda of Jihadi Imam Yasir Qadhi (Program 4 of 4) This is the final TV program of 4 that host Brannon Howse did with Usama Dakdok and Shahram Hadian...
Tuesday, July 18th
                                    I am grieved to have to release this statement—grieved that ministers of the gospel launch personal attacks on other ministers just for disagreeing with public...
Friday, July 14th
The following is a statement that was sent to one of our supporters named Kim by a ministry representative of Grace to You whose title is listed as Internet Ministry Coordinator. Kim e-mailed him to...
Thursday, July 13th
                              E-mail I Recevied from From Grace Community Church. June 30, 2017.      Mr. Howse:  I wanted to send you this email in response to your phone call to Grace Community...
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Wednesday, August 31st
Author(s): James Pratt

The responsibility of government and the ethics of humanitarianism The storm is over, but the toll is still rising. New Orleans is 80% submerged. In the broader scope, the level of destruction in the Crescent City has now overshadowed (at least in the press) the utter destruction which was unleashed on the rest of the Gulf Coast at points east such as Biloxi and Gulf Port, MS, and Mobile, AL, which was also flooded. The cleanup can't even begin until the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers figures out a way to keep the water out of the Big Easy. Truth be told, the story in points east is not over,...

Sunday, August 28th
Author(s): Tamara Scott

Back to School Basics for ParentsBy Tamara Scott It's that time of year again and children across the nation are returning to the books.Some will head off to the public school sector, others in private venues, and others still, in the privacy of their own homes.   While each family will have to decide how and where their children should be educated, there is one thing, hopefully, of which we should all agree.   It is the most basic back-to-school item that we can give our children with very little cost and a great deal of return.   No, it's not the latest ipod or videophone.  It's prayer.    ...

Sunday, August 28th
Author(s): Nicholas A. Jackson

Letters From War A few weeks ago, I took a journey to my statehouse in Columbus, OH to survey the area for the possible placement of a Ten Commandments monument.  With the recent history of acknowledgements of God being removed from the public square I was particularly sensitive to monuments and remembrances of God's governing hand in our nation's affairs.  Our great seal was emblazoned with the words, "With God All Things Are Possible."  There was a quote from William McKinley stating, "Our earnest prayer is that God will graciously vouchsafe prosperity, happiness, and peace to all our...

Sunday, August 28th
Author(s): David Wheaton

Minneapolis Star Tribune, August 28, 2005 (uncut)  Agassi Marks the Spot – 2005 US Open Preview  Whoever coined the proverb, "a leopard never changes its spots," was clearly unaware of a tennis player named Andre Agassi.  As someone who's known this cat since pre-pubescent days on the junior tennis circuit, let me attest that he hasn't just changed his spots, he's made them better. Consider how… A juvenile tennis delinquent wearing blue jeans and eye make-up in junior matches becomes the articulate and thoughtful patriarchal sage of the pro tour. A post-loss teen-age pro giving his racquets...

Sunday, August 28th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Survey: Two-Thirds of Evangelicals Doubt Jesus' Words Regarding Salvation Thru Him AloneBy Fred JacksonAugust 23, 2005(AgapePress) - There's a new poll out which points to a growing rejection among Evangelicals that Jesus is the only way of salvation.For years, most evangelical Christians have been taught and accepted the words of Jesus in John 14:6, where He states, "I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life, and no man cometh unto the Father but my Me." But now a new Newsweek/Beliefnet poll is showing a shocking number of people who call themselves evangelical and born-again have come to reject...

Sunday, August 28th
Author(s): Woodrow Kroll

ALL CHRISTIANS HAVE A BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW, RIGHT?byDr. Woodrow Kroll           You would think that all Christians have a biblical view of the world around them.  After all, we go to church, we're a part of a small group, we've read The Purpose-Driven Life.  Are you ready for a reality check?  The research says just the opposite.  Most Christians do not have a biblical worldview.           Author and researcher George Barna made waves by citing statistics that show just 9 percent of all adults in America who claim to be "born again" have a biblical worldview.  You didn't read that incorrectly-...

Sunday, August 28th
Author(s): Jason Carlson

Reluctant Warriors: Christianity and the Just War Traditionby Jason Carlson How are we as Christians to rightly live in a world of war?  This has been a question that followers of Jesus Christ have wrestled with from the very earliest years of the Christian faith.  This question was recast in many Christians' minds this past week as we struggled with the reality of a prominent Christian leader advocating the assassination of another country's President.  However, even prior to those comments, many Christians have grappled with the reality of America's "war on terror" and our military actions...

Wednesday, August 24th
Author(s): Jason Carlson

08/23/05Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, We were saddened to hear the recent comments by Pat Robertson on the 700 Club calling for the assassination of President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela.  While Pat Robertson is a widely respected leader in the conservative Christian community, he does not speak for all Christians in regards to this matter.  Pat Robertson's comments were unbiblical and do not reflect the ethics of Jesus Christ, New Testament Christianity, or the Just War Tradition of the Christian church.   Pat Robertson has been a blessing to the church in so many ways throughout the...

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