Brooks Adams — American historian, political scientist — recorded in his journal, “Went fishing with my father; the most glorious day of my life.”
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American conservative radio commentator, someone ABC News called “the most listened-to newsman in the world,” Paul Harvey, told a remarkable story about a woman trying to escape the ravages of a hurricane.
On Tuesday morning, Fox and Friends co-host, Ainsley Earhardt seemed to ask the question many Americans are asking in the wake of similar incidents, “What’s wrong with our country?”
Each Memorial Day we endeavor to remember that the great heritage of our nation has a price far greater than most can conceive.
Benjamin Franklin, in his wisdom, commended the study of the Bible in every house as a “principle support of virtue, morality, and civil liberty.”
One such example is the recent Elon University Poll that concluded 80% of North Carolinians are in favor of legalizing medicinal marijuana.
Katy Perry, the former Christian artist, the pastor’s daughter from a fundamentalist Christian home now endorses same-sex marriage and is a zealous advocate for LGBTQ Equality.
Nothing speaks to the issue of liberty more than the Gospel of Christ. Central to its message is that Christ is the great Emancipator.
Thursday, the North Carolina General Assembly repealed the controversial HB 2, commonly known as the “bathroom law.” Lawmakers had been under horrendous pressure from Left-leaning influences since its passage more than a year ago.
This week, the NCAA ratcheted up the pressure on North Carolina lawmakers to repeal HB 2, “the bathroom law.” The collegiate sports group has laid down a clear ultimatum.
Like the North Carolinians who passed HB 2, Texans are now considering legislation that would require individuals to use public facilities based on “biological sex.”
This is tremendously good news! It’s especially when you consider we’ve had decades of church leaders discouraging parishioners from getting involved in politics.
Certain lawmakers in the North Carolina General Assembly are in a tizzy to reach a compromise on HB 2 to satisfy the NCAA, and other sports entities. They’re concerned North Carolina will lose tens of millions of dollars.
During the late 1960s and early 70s my mother was a country music singer. She had one top ten hit on the Billboard charts – a country version of “The Night They Drove Ole Dixie Down.”
For more than 100 years, it’s been the Boy Scouts. Its purpose was to grow and develop young boys into good men who become great citizens.
God isn’t silent. He’s still speaking. We’re just having trouble hearing him because we’ve neglected the thing that makes it possible to discern the truth.
Life is precious – sacred at every stage – from conception all the way to the grave. Every life at every point in every circumstance is still a phenomenal gift.
How may any of us who name Christ as Savior and Lord possibly draw any racial boundaries after the shedding of His blood for every tribe and tongue?
Socialists, like the President, whether consciously or subconsciously, find Judaism and Christianity as primary obstacles to the collective objectives of the state.
We must never abandon the fight to preserve our unalienable rights to religious liberty. We must preserve the spiritual foundations of this nation celebrated in national holidays as Christmas and Easter.
When first hearing that story I thought to myself, “You know, it’s really only Christians who can authoritatively talk about a ‘plan of history.’”
30 to 40 years ago, if there was an alcohol referendum on the ballot in some city or town in North Carolina, nearly every mainline church would join forces to defeat it.
It appears that we are at a juncture in American history where we’ve lost sight of civility in politics. We seemed to be shocked by the anger, the violence, and lack of restraint.
The Trump Campaign invited me to give the Invocation at the Trump Rally in Selma, North Carolina. The Johnston County Sheriff’s Department estimated the crowd at 17,500.
This new secularist faith is in essence idolatry. Its face is as dark and bloody as Moloch of Israel’s later days, demanding her children for sacrifice.
This year’s Presidential election presents a quandary for many Christian conservatives. The choice between the nominees for the Democratic and Republican parties leaves much to be desired.
In a CBN interview of NC Governor, Pat McCrory, conducted at the Governor’s mansion. Reporter Jenna Browder stated the Governor was facing a number of contentious issues.
In polling provided by Gallup as late as Friday, September 23rd, “Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump continue to struggle to overcome Americans’ perceptions of their lack of honesty.”
It all started this week with the decisions by the NCAA and the ACC to move their championship games out of North Carolina in protest of HB 2.
It rolls around every first Monday in September. It’s that day in the year when we pay homage to the..