Godly Relationships

Promoting Godly Relationships, Civility, and Healthy Living

Promoting Godly Relationships, Civility, and Healthy Living

Introduction: While there isn’t one “Christian” lifestyle, there are certain pathways a Christian should aspire towards in life. God asks this of us for His own glory and our own good. In this section, we will first discuss topics of daily life, such as our personal relationships and civility, looking to the Bible as our guide. Then, we will turn to characteristics of negative lifestyles, such as racist beliefs and behavior, vulgarity and obscenity, and body and mind abuse (smoking, alcohol, and drugs). We hope God will speak to you about His plan for your life and how that corresponds to living a healthy lifestyle as the Bible describes. Read More

The Sludge Sisters

The Sludge Sisters

By Joan Swirsky | CFP  ( Bio and Archives) Throughout the ages, Jews have been the targets of genocidal forces both large and small, educated and ignorant, liberal and conservative, pagan and religious. Other small sects and religions have never inspired the particular psychotic animus that Jews have because they never threatened the larger populace as Jews have with blazing green-eyed jealousy–the most powerful emotion of the human species. In fact, Proverb 14 states: “A heart at peace gives life to the body, but envy makes the bones rot.” Read More

How Should Christians Think about Immigration Amnesty?

How Should Christians Think about Immigration Amnesty?

While the Bible teaches us to be kind to the sojourner or “resident alien,” it also teaches that kindness to the sojourner ought not to be injustice to local citizens and their unique culture.    Free E-Book DOWNLOAD NOW   Kelly Monroe Kullberg Sanctuary cities. Caravans. Children without adults. Asylum seekers. DACA “dreamers.” Travel bans. Voter fraud. Escalating drugs, crime and murder. No single issue is dividing America, including Christians, more than immigration. Read More

March 19th Event: Rise Up and Support Israel, Fight Antisemitism NOW!

March 19th Event: Rise Up and Support Israel, Fight Antisemitism NOW!

Christ In Culture/salt & Light Meeting- March 19 @ 6:30 @ Fairmount Christian Church 6502 Creighton Rd. Mechanicsville, VA The above creation was unveiled Sunday, March 3, 2019 at Belgium’s most celebrated carnival of Aalst. The parade featured these two huge puppets depicting pink-clad Haredi Orthodox Jews. One of them leers while smoking a cigar, a rat perched on his shoulder. Against a synagogue facade, the puppets have money bags at their feet. A platform following the float carried other puppets that danced to a song about “bulging coffers” and “Jews getting extra fat.” First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—Because I was not a Socialist.  Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out— Read More

Antisemitism on Parade–Everything Old is New Again

Antisemitism on Parade–Everything Old is New Again

By Joan Swirsky | CFP  ( Bio and Archives) ”...the Democrats have become an anti-Israel party. They’ve become an anti-Jewish party.” —President Donald J. Trump ”...the chickens of the Democratic Party are coming home to roost…maybe then they will also realize that anti-Semitism, like most cancers, is fatal unless it’s removed.” —Michael Goodwin, NY Post Most people thought antisemitism had been relegated to the trash bin of history after Hitler and millions of his willing German-Polish-Austrian-French-Swiss-Belgium executioners—with savage premeditation—murdered six-million Jews in the 1930s and ‘40s, and the world—significantly after the fact—seemed to wake up to the psychotic, irrational, obsessed nature of Jew hatred. Read More

What does the Bible say about racism?

What does the Bible say about racism?

Question: "What does the Bible say about racism" Answer: The first thing to understand in this discussion is that there is only one race—the human race. Caucasians, Africans, Asians, Indians, Arabs, and Jews are not different races. Rather, they are different ethnicities of the human race. All human beings have the same physical characteristics (with minor variations, of course). More importantly, all human beings are equally created in the image and likeness of God (Genesis 1:26-27). God loved the world so much that He sent Jesus to lay down His life for us (John 3:16). The “world” obviously includes all ethnic groups. Read More

March on the Mansion for Righteousness and Justice!

March on the Mansion for Righteousness and Justice!

Calling for an end to racism and infanticide and a call to return to values of Dr. Martin Luther King and Frederick Douglass. Unity Rally and March for Righteousness and Justice calling for an end to racism, and infanticide and a return to values of Dr. Martin Luther King and Frederick Douglass. Free bus transportation available! Read More

The Anti-Mary Exposed: Rescuing the Culture from Toxic Femininity

The Anti-Mary Exposed: Rescuing the Culture from Toxic Femininity

The Demonic Influence on Women Today In the late ’60s, a small group of elite American women convinced an overwhelming majority of the country that destroying the most fundamental of relationships—that of mother and child—was necessary for women to have productive and happy lives. Read More

When Anniversaries Collide: Dr. Martin Luther King and Emile Zola

When Anniversaries Collide: Dr. Martin Luther King and Emile Zola

By Craig Johnson This weekend marks the 90th anniversary of the birth of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929).  It also marks the 121th anniversary of the famous letter, “J’accuse!” It was written by the influential French writer, Emile Zola, and published in the French newspaper, L’Aurore, on January 13, 1898. Zola wrote the open letter to Felix Faure, President of France.  “J’accuse” is French for “I accuse”.  Zola accused President Faure of antisemitism in the unfair charging and convicting of French Army staff officer Alfred Dreyfus.  The charge was espionage, which carried a sentence of life in prison on the infamous South American penal colony, Devil’s Island.  Since the letter’s publication, even in English speaking nations, “J’accuse!” has become synonymous with expressing outrage and accusation against the powerful. Read More

Give Virginia Teachers a Choice: Break the Monopoly of the Virginia Education Association

Give Virginia Teachers a Choice: Break the Monopoly of the Virginia Education Association

In Virginia, Teachers have only one choice for a professional organization to represent them - the Virginia Education Association (a subsidiary of the National Education Association). The VEA has a monopoly on school divisions. It is time Teachers are given a choice of professional organizations and SB1236 gives them that choice! Please contact the following committee members and tell them to support teachers’ rights and vote yes on SB1236.   Read More

The Advent Series: Hope

The Advent Series: Hope

from Bible Project Four key biblical themes came to their fulfillment in the arrival of Jesus: Peace, Hope, Joy, and Love and our relationship to God through these. HOPE So let’s say you want to describe the feeling of anticipating a future that’s better than the present. You might be giddy or excited or maybe unsure, but most of us know that experience. We call it “hope.” It’s a state of anticipation, and it’s crucial for healthy human existence, and it’s a really important concept in the Bible. In fact, there are many words for “hope” in the ancient languages of the Bible, and they’re all fascinating. Read More