User menu

Utility Nav

User menu

Times

Worldview Weekend

The World's Premier Biblical Worldview, Web-Based, Radio, and Television Network.
Help Us Spread The Word

Click Here to Donate by Credit Card


Click Here to Donate with Paypal


Or partner with us by making a tax-deductible monthly contribution




Featured Articles

Thursday, December 12th
WVW-TV Presents: Marxist Democrats Co-opting Evangelicals For Social Justice and Votes and Looking to Flip Southern States to the Democrats by Flipping Southern Christians Through the Third Way....
Wednesday, December 11th
New Commentary: Marxism Collapsing America From Within Click here to watch now:https://youtu.be/XuZ3dCGgGMw Please text, e-mail, and Facebook to your friends. Thank you. 
Monday, December 9th
Holocaust Horizon Ozarks WVW 2019 Trailerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4pkNoL50LE You can order all 16 keynote presentations now at www.wvwtv.com/storeor you can rent and stream online at www....
Monday, December 9th
WVW Broadcast Network launches online streaming rentals of some of their most popular docuMovies and conference specials. https://vimeo.com/wvw Because we do not ship outside of the U.S. due to the...
139581
139565
139537
139535
1 of 4

15 Free Radio Shows

Text WVW to 88202

Ozarks DVD Set 2019

Times

Watch the Situation Room on Roku

Recent Articles

Tuesday, July 19th

Harry Potter: Politically-Correct PaganismBy Jan Markell Chaos reigned in my home town July 16 at midnight.  Little kids roamed the streets in ecstasy as they had just purchased the new Harry Potter book, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince."  Most were dressed like witches and wizards.  They are addicted, but not to righteousness.  And they just want to be like Harry and, if possible, attend Hogwarts' School of Witchcraft.  When told it doesn't really exist, they are heartbroken. Okay, so J.K. Rowlings is the second richest woman in England only preceded by the Queen because she can spin...

Tuesday, July 19th
Author(s): Steve Holley

Once An Adult, Twice A Child: Honoring Our Seniors By Rev. Stephen Holley  In a correspondence that began 14 years before their same-day July 4, 1826 passing, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both commented on the aging process that would ultimately bring these revolutionary mortals to their end.   Said Jefferson in 1814, “…our machines have now been running for 70 or 80 years and we must expect that, worn as they are, here a pivot, there a wheel, now a pinion, next a spring will be giving way, and however we may tinker with them for a while, all will at length surcease in motion.”   John...

Monday, July 18th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

The Poor Among Us: Old Problem, New Consequence-Part IIThe Worldview Solution to PovertyBy Brannon S. HowseThis is the second of two articles in which Brannon Howse explains the root cause of poverty in developed nations and argues for the real solution.  To be sure, Jesus promised that the poor will "always be with us." A key reason is man's sinful nature, and one all-too-common consequence of sin is poverty.It is crucial to understand that sometimes when the Bible speaks of the poor, Scripture is referring to a person's spiritual, not financial, condition. However, when the Bible does...

Monday, July 18th
Author(s): Ray Comfort

Leaving the PigstyThere are certain words that aren't popular with today's popular preachers. One of them is the word "repentance." We are told that people don't understand its meaning. If that's the case, we should then educate them as to what it means, rather than dumb down the message. Even the secular news doesn't do that. When a criminal is unrepentant, the reporter will say "The man was unrepentant." He doesn't bother to explain the word. If you want to know what he's talking about, you have to come up to his standard of syntactic linguistic ambience. But we want people to have an...

Monday, July 18th
Author(s): Kirk Cameron

 Sin -- My Honest Mistakes?By Kirk Cameron Kirk is currently in Toronto busily filming "Left Behind III." Below you'll find a reprint of his article from February two years ago.I was recently at a large church outreach event, where the music was wonderful, the testimonies were powerful, and the harvest for salvation was ripe. As I listened to the invitation to come to Jesus, something didn't feel right. I had seen altar calls so many times, and heard the familiar words so frequently, a year ago I would have missed it. The call for the people to come to Jesus went something like this:"Today is...

Monday, July 18th
Author(s): Kerby Anderson

Saudi Arabia: Friend of America? by Kerby Anderson Is Saudi Arabia a friend or foe of America?  Is it helping terrorists and promoting terrorism worldwide?  Answering those questions is somewhat complex, but a recent guest on Point of View has helped clear the confusion about its role in the world.Dore Gold is a former ambassador for Israel to the United Nations and was a guest on Point of View. In his book, Hatred's Kingdom: How Saudi Arabia Supports the New Global Terrorism, he marshals evidence of the country's involvement in terror operations.He details discoveries by Israeli intelligence...

Friday, July 15th

It

Author(s): Tamara Scott

It'd Be A Shame To Waste Such An OpportunityBy Tamara and Lowell Scott  The American public put Republicans in control of the House, the Senate and the Whitehouse.   Against the tide of Hollywood, against the messages of the morning news shows and the media – against all odds – values were deemed valuable.    Whose values?  Traditional values and Judeo Christian values won out.   Who was chosen to best protect and procure those values?  Republicans.   The Democrats can't quite yet understand they were not given control by the voters, but they were not.  They didn't earn it.    They're still...

Wednesday, July 13th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Old Problem, New Consequence-Part IThe Worldview Roots of Poverty By Brannon S. HowseThis is the first of two articles in which Brannon Howse explains the root cause of poverty in developed nations and argues for the real solution. Ruling classes throughout history have found ways to oppress the less fortunate. Americans, though, pride themselves on being above all that now-feudal lords, serfdom, slavery, or even the more sophisticated modern versions like Communist ruling party domination of everyone else. But the "intellectual elite" of America have found a far more insidious means than...

Pages

More Articles