CNN’s Anderson Cooper grilled Janet Porter in an interview on Wednesday. Porter is the spokesperson for the Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
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My beloved state, North Carolina, is under siege from tyrants who operate “under the shield of law and in the name of justice.”
We really are helpless without Him. God is caring, gracious, ever-present, and always worthy of our worship and thanksgiving.
ERLC President, Russell Moore, made remarks by implying that evangelicals who support Roy Moore are hungry for political power.
The California chapter of the NAACP is advocating we discard the national anthem because it’s allegedly racist. The organization’s president Alice Huffman says, “The song is wrong…”
Granted, bigotry is something to be reviled, but Christians who believe homosexuality and same-sex marriage are sinful base their views on..
I personally believe a lot of Christians who are in the Democrat Party should consider changing their registration. “Why?” you ask. “Can’t I be a Christian and a Democrat too?”
October 18th, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, issued an Executive Order that will allow men into women’s restrooms, locker rooms, and showers
Genesis chapter 22 records the supreme test of Abraham’s faith. God called upon his servant to sacrifice what was dearest to his heart – his own beloved son Isaac.
I realized taking-up matters of political import from the pulpit was risky business for any minister. Nevertheless, I felt constrained to do it, much like Jeremiah.
Whatever happened to good and evil? Evil is often nowadays called good. And good is called evil. Matters of moral import didn’t use to be so fuzzy
God can speak to us through disasters of various sorts, reminding us of who is in charge and our utter dependence upon him.
Former President of Moody Bible Institute, Dr. George Sweeting, said of Labor Day, ‘only as we remember the value of true, hard work can we remain a strong and determined people.’
None who have studied the Civil War can honestly say that it wasn’t about slavery, but neither can one accurately argue that it was a war against racism
At the end of that great conflict they turned to honor and salute each other, how can we dishonor their memory with lesser behavior?
There has been much ado lately about the solar eclipse expected on August 21st. No eclipse of this kind has occurred in the continental U.S. observable from coast to coast since 1918.
Recently, on MSNBC’s AM Joy, Rev. William Barber, head of the North Carolina Chapter of the NAACP, indicted a group of evangelical pastors who met in the Oval Office to pray with President Trump.
Do you suffer from ‘the angelic fallacy?’ Do you think that seeming spark of goodness in you is going to be enough to garner eternal life?
Brooks Adams — American historian, political scientist — recorded in his journal, “Went fishing with my father; the most glorious day of my life.”
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.