On Tuesday, 900-plus evangelicals met with Donald Trump to ask questions and try to figure out if they can support..
Monthly Archives: June 2016
Democrats demand incivility. So give it to them. Their nasty display on the House floor the other night is just the latest reminder of this.
Misguided lawmakers want Americans who are on the terror watch list or the no-fly list to be banned from buying guns. Under the “No-Fly, No-Buy” banner, the driving idea is that if someone is not safe enough to ride on a plane, he isn’t safe enough to own a gun.
But even worse, those who object and refuse to take part in abortions, abortion referrals, or abortifacient prescribing, are punished.
An executive panel of advisors was announced and the list is generally very impressive, including Congresswoman and former presidential candidate Michele Bachmann and Dr. James Dobson.
Covenant Journey, a tour of Israel, is impacting Christian college students with a life-changing experience. It is a 24/7 experience in Israel, visiting the biblical and spiritual sites.
With great interest, I read your “Open Letter to My Conservative Christian Family: A Response to the Orlando Shooting.”
Over the last dozen years, I have done my best to listen to the stories of the LGBT community, especially those who profess faith in Jesus, and just as many of those stories touched me deeply, your open letter did as well.
In this sideshow, proverts shriek obscenities at women who don’t want men in their showers and call their shrieking civil disobedience.
Once again we find ourselves falling into an age-old trap. If you ask the wrong question you will find yourself giving the wrong answer. That happens so much to Christians who try to explain the ways of God.
“Prophetic Prayers: Daily Prayer Guide Based on the Book of Proverbs” presents a practical view on prayer, encouraging believers to use their prayers as a channel for God’s intervention in their life.
After gay rights, gun control and (more gingerly) Islamic terrorism, coverage of the mass shooting in Orlando gets subdivided in a weekend story in The Miami Herald, which examines the atrocity from the standpoint of gay Hispanics.
In the wake of several tragedies, I agree it’s important to discern the enemy’s attack. Surely, we need to understand what spirits are operating in Orlando, Florida.
Rather it was to promote the sacred right of defense, to empower the innocent to protect, defend, and preserve their families right to life, liberty and property.
There is a terrific way for a nation to be destroyed from within: simply have the nation’s leaders jump into bed with all the enemies of the nation while ignoring or resisting its friends. Yep, that will pretty much guarantee the results the enemies are looking for.
The news gets crazier day by day, and it seems the whole ruling class of the Western world has been struck mad: not just the politicians and the bosses.
Two years ago I had the pleasure to review some of the National History Day presentations made by high school..
Can you imagine a sheriff coming to the door, knocking on your door and you find out that the sheriff is there because of your seven year old son?
Loretta Lynch, our nation’s attorney general, said yesterday that the ‘most effective’ response to Islamic terrorism ‘is love.’ Yeah, that’ll work. God help us, these are the people who are supposed to keep us safe.
NBC notes also how some Muslim national leaders have denounced the Orlando shootings while their own homelands jail or kill gays.
President Obama admitted that the Orlando killer invoked ISIS, but in his desperate attempt to control the narrative, he claims there is no real connection. He’d rather turn the deaths of 49 people into a political opportunity, blaming weak gun control laws, sexual prejudice, and conservative Christians.
It’s not my purpose here to make a case against Trump, though every conservative on both sides of this divide must acknowledge that a case can be made.
A militant homosexual activist blamed me for the shooting. He singled me and a few other Christian leaders, and tweeted: “You weren’t the gunman, but you’re the culture that built him. You’re the bullets in his gun.”
Here is a classified ad taken from today’s Stunata Falls Gazette: “WORK WANTED: New college grad, 29, BA in Diversity Studies, seeks high-paying no-show job with top firm…”
I confess to being a tad surprised — even a wee bit disappointed — finding out how CNN’s Anderson Cooper ambushed Florida attorney general Pam Bondi in the aftermath of Orlando’s “gay nightclub” slaughter.
An ACLU staff attorney and others have blamed the Orlando massacre, committed by a man who shouted “Allahu Akbar,” on Christian conservatives.
“A Conversation About America’s Future With Donald Trump and Ben Carson” is now in the books. It truly was an experience in genuine humility and unity at a time when “our country is in trouble” as Franklin Graham stated in his opening remarks.
We have transitioned away from the traditional three branches of government—the legislative, the executive, and the judicial—to a new form under President Obama.
Ohio students are told not to [recite] The Lord’s Prayer at graduation, but they do it anyway! And in Georgia, a student was told not to mention Jesus, but it ultimately resolved favorably.
It is hard to know what to believe about the events in Orlando, Florida last Sunday. The message the media and government want you to believe that gun toting Homosexual haters are out to kill sodomites.
The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) passed a resolution promoting prayer and support for Israel during its recent annual meeting. This resolution comes at a critical time. In 2005, the global movement of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) was initiated against Israel.