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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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Tuesday, October 9th
Author(s): Jim Elliff

WHAT YOU CAN DO WHEN YOUR CHURCH IS FAILING Jim Elliff You're stuck. The church you once loved is now sliding downhill. Some are disgruntled, leadership is faltering, attendance is low, fellowship is almost non-existent, interest in improvement is weak. Even the building reflects the neglect of dispassionate saints. What should you do? I realize the problem is systemic, but there are some things that may yet be done to revitalize the church. I'm not going to give you the main things (restoring regenerate membership, establishing church discipline, promoting forgiveness, reshaping the...

Tuesday, October 9th
Author(s): Nicholas A. Jackson

A Call to Victory in the Cultural War William Wilberforce was a Christian parliamentarian who was tireless in the fight for abolition in England during the end of the 18th century, and was the subject of the recent film Amazing Grace.  Wilberforce was close friends with John Newton, author of the beloved hymn of the same name. Wilberforce spoke about education late in his life.  He believed that it is crucially important to make sure that parenting and education point in the same direction "Let us beware before it is too late.  Let us beware that, in schools and colleges, Christianity is...

Tuesday, October 9th
Author(s): Donald Hank

Did Jeffrey Dahmer commit a hate crime? By Donald Hank Recently, senators put aside your objections and passed a defense authorization bill with an incongruous hate crimes addendum tacked onto it which would elevate several groups, including gays, to the coveted and lucrative status of victims. This is to make these groups safer, they say, since crimes committed by these groups would be handled by the FBI, not by those bungling local enforcement agencies who wouldn't recognize a killer if they tripped over one. But in the event this bill somehow escapes President Bush's promised veto, I want...

Tuesday, October 9th
Author(s): Bob Burney

Connecting The Dots Between Muslims in the Pentagon, Growing Churches and Narcissistic AdultsBob Burney Sometimes it's extremely interesting how seemingly disparate newspaper articles suddenly come together in a "connect the dots" manner.  Such was the case recently as I did show preparation for my daily radio program.How can you link together an article about Muslims in the Pentagon, another about the 100 fastest growing churches in America and another about American business executives bemoaning the fact that more and more of the young people they hire are horribly narcissistic?   Well, let...

Tuesday, October 9th
Author(s): Phyllis Schlafly

Scholars Explain Bush's SPP by Phyllis Schlafly, October 10, 2007 Those who seek to understand what's behind the chatter about Bush's Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) as a possible prelude to a North American Union (NAU), similar to the European Union (EU), should read the 35-page White Paper published recently by the prestigious Hudson Institute called "Negotiating North America: The Security and Prosperity Partnership." This Washington, DC think tank is blunt and detailed in describing where SPP is heading.Here's how Hudson defines SPP's goal: "The SPP process is the vehicle for...

Tuesday, October 9th
Author(s): Barry Rubin

Let's Make a Deal Barry Rubin October 08, 2007 A number of places have reprinted this article under the title, "Let's Not Make a Deal." In some ways, this is the exact opposite of what I am saying and what I believe.My title was based on the popular American television show where the host wanders through the audience as people beg him to make a deal with them, offering more and more to become the contestant who can win big prizes. I was satirizing this notion of raising one's concessions in order to win over a potential negotiating partner.I do believe that Israel, the United States, and the...

Wednesday, October 3rd
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Candidates and ReligionOctober 4, 2007Kerby Anderson              Should we know more about a political candidate's religion before we vote? That is a question that will certainly surface in this election cycle.             When John Kennedy ran for the presidency he said: "I believe in a President whose religious views are his own private affair." While that may have satisfied some back in 1960, I doubt it will be sufficient in this election.             Michael Kinsley recently wrote about this important topic in Time magazine as he discussed Governor Mitt Romney. Although I would probably...

Wednesday, October 3rd

CALLING EVIL GOOD AGAINBy Jan The "religious Left" is at it again.  The National Council of Churches (NCC) is praising absolute evil, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.  Is there a positive word to say about him? Perhaps that God loves him in spite of himself.  Nonetheless, I think it is time the "religious Left" take off their clerical collars and come back to reality.  They represent many people of faith and while many NCC leaders and participants are leaning very liberal, there are still good people in their churches who stick around to make a difference. They should...


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