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Monday, February 24th
WVW-TV: Is This Why Deep State Was Afraid of Phil Haney? Click here to watch now:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQ395VNUcPE  
Sunday, February 23rd
Just released presentation by Phil Haney. WVW-TV has several presentations by Phil Haney that still need to be post-edited and released. Here is the first of several presentations that will be...
Saturday, February 22nd
WVW Broadcast Network is very sad to report the news of the death of our friend and broadcast partner, Phillip Haney.  At approximately 6:30pm CT on Friday evening February 21st, Brannon Howse,...
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Friday, September 16th
Author(s): Ray Comfort

Katrina. Who is to Blame? Ray Comfort Someone recently sent me an interesting email. It said that the killer hurricane Katrina arrived just days before the beginning of a popular homosexual celebration called "Southern Decadence," an event that drew thousands each year to New Orleans. The city's mayor officially welcomed visitors to it (see www.southerndecadence.com), as did the two previous mayors. The email said that the event filled the French Quarter section of the city with drunken homosexuals engaging in sex acts in the public streets and bars. When a local pastor sent video footage of...

Wednesday, September 14th
Author(s): Steve Crampton

Throwing off "The Last Frontier of Bigotry" The California legislature's destruction of traditional marriage is hailed as an act of virtue             The California legislators, tripping over themselves to make history, became the first state legislative body in the country to legalize homosexual marriage this week.  They must be proud.               One Assemblyman, in a striking show of intolerance, labeled traditional marriage "the last frontier of bigotry and discrimination."  Indeed.  Apparently all we need to do to change any law or traditional restraint is to say often enough and loud...

Wednesday, September 14th
Author(s): James Pratt

             Katrina aftermath; Taking the blame Since the can of worms was opened by the left, I feel obliged to chime in as a voice of reason and truth. The lies being disseminated need rebuttal. We all know that the more often you tell a lie, and the louder you scream it, the more people start to believe it is the truth. The left relies on that strategy. It’s been working for them for 40+ years. One question which I have not heard anyone in the national leftist media ask yet is, "Why didn't Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco act sooner?" I've heard so much rhetoric from the left, seen so...

Wednesday, September 14th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

A Mighty Fein Way to Begin the Hearingsby Brannon HowseDemocratic Senator Diane Feinstein teased us Monday with her opening remarks in the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings for John Roberts. In case you missed it, here is what she said: "During World War II, it turned out that Hungarian fascists and Nazi soldiers forced thousands of Jews, including men, women and children, to remove their shoes before shooting them and letting their bodies float down the Danube. These shoes represent a powerful symbol of how religion has been used in catastrophic ways historically. The rest of...

Monday, September 12th
Author(s): Jason Carlson

Defending Salvation Through Christ AloneBy Jason Carlson Don't all religions lead to God?  Isn't one faith as good as another?  Isn't it arrogant to say that only one religion leads to salvation?  These are some common questions that people in our pluralistic world are wrestling with today.  In a world full of religious options, many people of goodwill, including Evangelical Christians, have trouble with the idea that there would only be one way to enter into a saving relationship with God.  However, this is exactly what God's word tells us; salvation is only found in a relationship with...

Thursday, September 8th
Author(s): Josh McDowell

Terrorism, War & Disaster: Why does God allow evil to exist?In recent weeks we've seen back-to-back deadly attacks in Egypt and London.  One of the most haunting questions we, as Christians, face today concerns the existence of evil. "If God is truly benevolent, then…Why does He allow evil to exist?" Does the existence of evil disprove the existence of God?  Sometimes the problem of evil is put to the Christian in the form of a complex question:"If God is good, then He must not be powerful enough to deal with all the evil and injustice in the world since it is still going on. If He is...

Thursday, September 8th
Author(s): Lowell Scott

A  Man – Made Disaster By Lowell Scott  If the ACLU is ever totally successful in removing the vestiges of Christianity from our society, we have seen a preview of what our national landscape will eventually look like and it's not pretty.  For a few days in New Orleans, the state was on its own, the church was effectively separated from it by Hurricane Katrina and it required thousands of soldiers to restore law and order. Hurricane on Sunday, broken levees and flooding beginning on Monday, gangs of armed murderers, rapists, thieves, looters, carjackers, (is terrorist too strong a...

Wednesday, September 7th
Author(s): James Pratt

The wrath of God Every so often, something happens which is described as being "of Biblical proportions." Lets remember back to the floods of 1991. The Mississippi River rose high enough in many places that it overran its banks in spite of 30-foot-tall levees. Entire towns were inundated. In Memphis, TN, the river crept to the very steps of the Pyramid. It was a flood of Biblical proportions. Well, not really. The kind of flood described in Genesis will never happen again. God placed a rainbow in the sky to remind Himself of His covenant with His people and the Earth that He would never...

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