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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,...
Thursday, February 20th
UFOs, Alien Abductions, Mind Control, & The Rapture (Program 2 of 4) Click here to watch now: WVW Broadcast Network is a...
Wednesday, February 19th
WVW-TV Presents: Masons, Marxists & Power Elite Hijack Religion to De-Christianize the West. The predictions from former Jesuit Malachi Martin in his books from the 1970s in light of the marxist...
Thursday, February 13th
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Tuesday, May 23rd

By Ken Silva In the Vatican II document Nostra Aetate, "Declaration On The Relation Of The Church To Non-Christian Religions," from the apostate Church of Rome we can trace the very roots of  The Ecumenical Church Of Deceit (ECoD) of new evangelicalism. And this document also spawned the current apostasy and continues to provide the fuel for the spiritual wildfire now sweeping into the heart of the evangelical camp itself. For you see it was Nostra Aetate that would open the door for Trappist monk Thomas Merton, one of contemplative spirituality's prized Buddhas, as well as others to openly...

Tuesday, May 23rd
Author(s): Rusty Wright

Copyright © 2006 Rusty Wright637 words The Da Vinci Code: Who is Jesus, really? By Rusty Wright The Da Vinci Code­, the blockbuster novel that's now a major motion picture, makes some controversial claims:  Jesus of Nazareth, a mere mortal, married Mary Magdalene and fathered her child.  Their descendants live today. Dan Brown's novel is an entertaining, artfully designed thriller filled with mystery, intrigue, and suspense.  The film generally follows the novel's storyline.  Reviews have been mixed.  I enjoyed the film and feel that moviegoers are in for an adventure if they can follow the...

Tuesday, May 23rd
Author(s): Robert Meyer

Why I am a Conservative By Robert MeyerThe question of why someone should be a Conservative, is one that may be addressed in differing ways. Much is made out of the traditional dictionary definitions of what constitutes a Liberal or Conservative, but these types of discussions tend to obfuscate the real issue in dispute. So much of the current loathing over conservatives, is based on an entirely specious foundation as to what being conservative is all about. It might be better to start this discussion by defining just what conservatism is not.First of all, a Conservative is not one who lacks...

Tuesday, May 23rd
Author(s): Mark Creech

Perhaps a Better PrayerBy Rev. Mark H. CreechThursday, May 11, Senate Chaplain Mike Morris delivered the following prayer before the guests and members of the North Carolina Senate:"This morning we offer thanks, O God, for the unexpected blessing of a $2 billion surplus in the State Treasury. We're also grateful for the Senators who understand such a sum. For the poor in our State, $2 billion is an incomprehensible amount -- a different monetary language. In their world, a few dollars more each month means the difference between despair and hopefulness. So to those of us who know the meaning...

Tuesday, May 23rd
Author(s): Chuck Edwards

One Flew over the Cuckoo's DNAIs belief in God rational?By Chuck Edwards If only God would give me some clear sign! Like making a large deposit in my name in a Swiss bank. - Woody Allen, U.S. movie actor, comedian, & director.[1] There is one issue that is foundational to every worldview-the question of the existence of God. All other issues of life, from psychology to ethics to politics, are simply a postscript to how that question is answered. So the first question is: Is God real? A traditional reason given for believing in the existence of God involves the apparent design observed in...

Sunday, May 21st
Author(s): Ray Comfort

What about the "What ifs?"- By Ray Comfort You are standing in a supermarket line. You have a tract ready for the lady at the checkout. You've given out tracts at checkouts before. You have it down. You simply say, "I have something for you that you may like to read when you have a minute." Then you check out. You get away fast. You have learned to conquer your fears. But as you wait this time, you hear "Price check!" and your heart sinks. You know that you will now be waiting in line for a few extra minutes. You shake off any thoughts of impatience because you know that you shouldn't have...

Sunday, May 21st
Author(s): Todd Tomasella

DID JESUS TEACH MEN TO LOVE THEMSELVES?   Part 2 of 6The motto and pride anthem of Satan is I, I, I, I, I – and anyone who is not in the love of God. The self-love message is clearly Luciferian. As with Lucifer who became Satan and the devil in his state of eternal condemnation, hell will be the result of all who teach and buy into the self-love message that is being taught in "Christian" books, pulpits and media. "Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments (selfish thinking) of the world, and not after Christ...And ye are...

Thursday, May 18th

The New EvangelicalismBy Jan Markell When I first filtered into an evangelical church at the age of 14, defining the term "evangelical" was simple, even for a kid my age. Without having to be told I concluded evangelicals preached a solid gospel, emphasized evangelism and missions, majored in soul-winning and minored in social issues, abstained from some worldly values (and occasionally went too far in this department coming close to legalism), were faithful in church attendance, Bible reading, and generally had a biblical worldview. Sure, we were often called "legalistic fundamentalists" but...