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Friday, September 13th
WVW-TV Presents: Hamas in America: The Lie There Was Once A Palestinian Statehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqNTB83RcYU Your tax deductible support at www.wvwfoundation.com helps make free programs...
Wednesday, September 11th
Just Released: Howse to House TV Inside Little House on the Prairie House, (Show #3, Part B). See inside the home of Laura Ingalls Wilder where she wrote 4 of the 8 Little House Books. Howse to House...
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Siege Trailer Just Released: The 6 Hour DocuMovie Every American MUST See Before the 2020 Elections Click here to watch now: https://youtu.be/PRDnQ1OBrIs or go to www.siegethemovie.com 
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Howse to House TV on Location & Little House on the Prairie (Show 1 of 2) Click here to watch now & share:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqNGMRyZEbQ&feature=youtu.be On Friday, August 30...
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Thursday, June 23rd

Eastern Mysticism and Christianity are IncompatibleBy Jan Markell What do you say when a good friend who loves God, reads her Bible, and talks and walks her faith becomes a devotee of "Christian yoga"?  You might brace yourself and prepare yourself, because "Christian yoga" is coming to a church near you.  And to those who understand yoga's Hindu roots and to all former New Agers, it will never be compatible with Evangelical Christianity. The May 20 edition of "Christianity Today" on line featured an interview with a woman who says she is an Evangelical and proud of it, however, she is a...

Thursday, June 23rd
Author(s): Tamara Scott

When Enough Isn't EnoughBy Tamara Scott  We've all heard, if not used, the expression "enough is enough", but what about those times when enough isn't enough.      In our justice system, a witness is asked to give an oath.   It's usually something to the effect "I solemnly swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth so help me God".   Of course, God may likely be left out now with the new thinking of our day, you know, that America is to somehow be separate from the faith our forefathers so heavily entwined in early documents.    That aside, the oath reminds us to tell...

Wednesday, June 22nd
Author(s): David Wheaton

The following is the Introduction to David Wheaton's new book, University of Destruction--Your Game Plan for Spiritual Victory on Campus.  The book is available at major booksellers or signed copies can be ordered at www.davidwheaton.com.    University of Destruction--Your Game Plan for Spiritual Victory on Campus INTRODUCTION Success, Surfing, and Stanford Stanford? Not a problem. The week before entering my freshman year at Stanford University, I was riding a major wave ... in more ways than one. I spent the week surfing Pacific rollers in Malibu, California, while visiting my brother, who...

Monday, June 20th
Author(s): Dennis Wright

The Issachar Report 1 Chronicles 12:2 Dennis A. Wright, DMin "Four Religious Worldviews" The Apostle Paul gave some poignant advice to the Christians at Colossae, "See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the basic principles of this world rather than on Christ" (Colossians 2:8 niv). Over one hundred years ago (1890-1891), James Orr presented the Kerr lectures in Edinburgh, Scotland.  He entitled his series The Christian View of God and the World and argued forcefully for the proposition that Biblical Christianity is...

Monday, June 20th
Author(s): Tamara Scott

Burn the Ships! When Hernando Cortez landed his ships in Mexico in 1519, he may have been concerned about a mutiny, or determined to explore the land before him, or he might have been thinking he would never have to return to the ocean. Whatever he was thinking, he ordered his men to burn the ships. Cortez was totally committed and allowed himself no option of turning back. That is the level of complete commitment God expects from Christian men to their wives and children, men who are sold out to living as disciples of Jesus Christ. America is experiencing a crisis of fatherlessness, nearly...

Monday, June 20th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Religious Liberals and the God of Their Imagination by Brannon Howse "In the beginning man created God" is a poignant, if now somewhat hackneyed, humanist approach to explaining where the notion of God came from. And it may surprise you to have me say that I believe it's true. While theirs is not the God Christians worship, liberal humanists have created a god. Obviously, if a radical liberal believes abortion and same-sex marriage are morally acceptable, that all religions are equal and all truth is relative, and that the Bible is not the inspired Word of God, they are responding to...

Monday, June 20th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Christian happy-talk by Brannon Howse I watched Pastor Marty Minto with his calm, respectful and Christ-like attitude being interviewed on MSNBC's Scarbourgh Country on Thursday night. He was discussing his firing by WORD-FM, Pittsburgh's Salem network radio station. According to numerous press reports, Pastor Minto was fired from his talk-show host post for simply responding to a caller who asked him if the pope went to heaven. When Minto shared from the Scriptures that only those who are born-again get into heaven, a response of outrage was expected. I was so moved by...

Monday, June 20th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

A pioneer of Christian happy-talkby Brannon HowseTo attract the largest followings possible and because they have bought the lie of the new tolerance, many of America's churches, Christian publishers and Christian radio stations – whether they know it or not – have rejected biblical Christianity and adopted the more popular but bogus gospel of Christian happy-talk. As a result, churches brim with converts committed only to their personal self-actualization, publishers lavish feel-good pabulum on their readers, and the airwaves ring with an emotive rendering of Christianity that would fit...

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