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Monday, March 30th
Please Re-post. LIVE 8pm CT Wednesday and Thursday night on the report released by the National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service regarding drafting America's daughters, mandatory...
Monday, March 30th
Join us LIVE Tuesday night for a one hour presentation by Dr. Jimmy DeYoung and Dr. Andy Woods. An Hour of Biblical Hope and Understanding in the Midst of the Coronavirus Epidemic. Text WVW to 88202...
Thursday, March 26th
WVW-TV Presents: Socialists & Coronavirus Fake Numbers to Collapse U.S., Defeat Trump, Push a Digital Dollar & Control Americans and Others Around the World? Click here to watch now:https://...
Thursday, March 26th
Guest: Michael Weiner. The Coronavirus emergency legislation by the U.S. Congress is going to cost America many trillions. How will this impact your finances and the value of the dollar? Is America...
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Wednesday, March 15th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

More Church, Less IllnessJ. Michael Sharman              The last couple weeks it seems as though I have spoken with a fair number of people who have never gone to church as adults because of the childhood hurts they had which are connected to church: pains which were inflicted on them even though Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these." (Matthew 19:14)Church really is good for us. Not only does the Bible tell us so, but medical studies show a direct, positive connection between church attendance and better...

Tuesday, March 14th
Author(s): Sean McDowell

A Case for Pro-Life Sean McDowell   *The following article is a shortened version of the chapter, "Defending Pro-Life" from Sean McDowell's new book Ethix: Being Bold in a Whatever World (Broadman & Holman, 2006).     Imagine you are a pregnant young woman with tuberculosis.  The father of your unborn child is a short-tempered alcoholic with Syphilis, a sexually transmitted disease.  You have already had five kids.  One is blind, another died young, and a third is deaf and unable to speak. The fourth has tuberculosis-the same disease you have. What would you do in this situation? Should...

Tuesday, March 14th

 Pat Has it Right This Time!CBN founder Pat Robertson has a proclivity to make statements before weighing their consequences. But is he always wrong? His most recent pronouncement is the radical Muslims are "satanic." He said, "These people (radical Muslims) are crazed fanatics and I want to say it now: I believe they are motivated by demonic power. The goal of Islam is world domination." He clarified that he was speaking about those Muslims who want to bomb and destroy innocent people. Keep it up, Pat! In an age of political correctness, when Washington calls Islam a "noble religion," when a...

Tuesday, March 14th

The Transformation of the Emerging Church (Pt. 2) By Ken Silva  As we left off last time we were looking at the following endorsement of the Very Reverend Alan Jones by one of the most influential theologians of the Emergent Church Brian McLaren. This endorsement by McLaren of Jones, who is a member of the interspiritualist group known as the Living Spiritual Teachers Project (LSTP), bears repeating as McLaren writes: It used to be that Christian institutions and systems of dogma sustained the spiritual life of Christians. Increasingly, spirituality itself is what sustains everything else....

Tuesday, March 14th
Author(s): Larry Pratt

Clueless at Department of Homeland Securityby Larry Pratt Outside of official Washington, most Americans understand that profiling would make it easier to go after terrorists.   Refusal to profile has led to Washington bureaucrats and policy makers tending to view the entire population as suspected terrorists. One consequence of this is the very visible and extremely aggravating practice of patting down octogenarians going through airport security while refusing to treat Middle Eastern men as a high risk category.  Indeed, airlines can be fined if more than two such individuals are singled...

Monday, March 13th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

False Arrest-Confronting the Politically Correct Matthew 18 Police Commentary Opinion by Brannon Howse  If you've read some of my articles before, you know how much I enjoy pointing out the intolerance of people who scream the loudest about how important it is to be tolerant. And it's almost amusing that those who yammer about not judging others are the most judgmental of your judgments. Well, I've found a new set of hypocrites that try desperately to bully us into doing as they say but not as they do. I've christened these folks the Politically Correct Matthew 18 Police. Usually, of course,...

Monday, March 13th
Author(s): Dennis Wright

The Issachar Report1 Chronicles 12:32Dennis A. Wright, DMin.  Forget About Iran, Bomb China! Forget all that you have heard about the imminent threat posed by Iran's nuclear weapons ambitions.  Reuters reported on March 12 that some American lawmakers believe that the United States probably can stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons without military action, but use of force, subject to congressional approval, is still an option.  "I think we can stop them from having a nuclear weapon short of war," Sen. Joseph Biden, a Delaware Democrat, said on NBC's "Meet The Depressed" television...

Sunday, March 12th
Author(s): Lowell Scott

"I'll Pray About It" Some time ago, American slang developed a new vernacular - to "cop-out," roughly defined as: a lame excuse, a pretext, a going back on your responsibilities to avoid trouble, a cowardly or feeble evasion. "I'll pray about it" has become a "cop-out" for many, a quick answer when challenged to get up off their padded pews, [or cinema style stadium seat, complete with cup holder] and take action on behalf of the Church of Jesus Christ.  What lucky few of us have not heard it?  "Well, I don't know if I should get involved, tell you what – I'll pray about it, and let you know...

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