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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

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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

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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

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Catholic Abuse Crisis No accident, Strategy to ‘Destroy Church from Within’

Catholic Abuse Crisis No accident, Strategy to ‘Destroy Church from Within’

“In the 1930s, we put eleven hundred men into the priesthood in order to destroy the Church from within. The idea was for these men to be ordained, and then climb the ladder of influence and authority as Monsignors and Bishops.”  Former Communist Bella Dodd (see more in-depth here) Published September 17, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – The shocking accusation by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò that Pope Francis helped cover up sexual misconduct — an accusation the Pope has so far declined to answer — as well as the litany of sexual abuse cases among clerics, force any Catholic to ask the question: how could this possibly take place in the moral institution that is the Roman Catholic Church Read More

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Who is Ripping Families and Friends Apart this Midterm Election?

Who is Ripping Families and Friends Apart this Midterm Election?

  Patti J. Smith and Leslie Davis Blackwel | Where's the Outrage  As elections get closer, all over the country we see division … millennial kids estranged from their parents and lifelong friendships in tatters. What gives If you are wondering why so many families and friends are divided over this election you have come to the right place. Are you ready for the truth Not a watered-down, namby-pamby version of the truth, but the plain, ugly truth It’s anger perpetuated by the left which aims to divide and conquer. Yes, the tactics of Saul Alinsky (and the red man). Read More

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The American Library Association (ALA) Plunges Deeper Into the Drag Queen Cesspool

The American Library Association (ALA) Plunges Deeper Into the Drag Queen Cesspool

Laurie Higgins | Illinois Family Insitute The American Library Association (ALA) has revealed that it has not yet reached the nadir of ethical corruption. Through its Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) division, the Intellectual Freedom Committee, which promotes “continuing education programs” for children, just wrote this (you better be sitting down): Read More

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Meet Rev. Dean Nelson – Building Bridges with African-American Churches

Meet Rev. Dean Nelson – Building Bridges with African-American Churches

Bryan Fisher | Human Coalition As a young man attending the University of Virginia, Dean Nelson had given little thought to abortion, until a conversation with a fellow Christian opened his eyes. “A young woman asked for my opinion on abortion. At the time I was pretty ambivalent. Abortion was legal, so I figured there wasn’t much debate about it.” Then the student asked him a question that would change the trajectory of his life. “I remember her saying to me, ‘Wasn’t slavery legal’” That single question, in tandem with Dean’s growing relationship with the Lord, transformed his worldview. “I began to realize the abortion issue did not reside outside of my faith.” Read More

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The Epitome Of Racism

The Epitome Of Racism

“Therefore, whatever you want men to do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets.”   --Matthew 7:12 Joseph Parker | Urban Family Talk This verse from the Word of God is known as the Golden Rule, and if everyone lived by it, Matthew 7:12 would solve a lot of problems in our world -- including racism. Racism – We hear the word every day, all over the place, it seems -- This leader, that politician, this celebrity, that group is racist! In this day and time, “racist” is one of the ultimate tags that is to be avoided like the plague. Read More

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

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

 By Craig Johnson Monday marks the 89th anniversary of the birth of the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929).  It also marks the 120th anniversary of the famous letter, “J’accuse!” It was written by 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 Alfed 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

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He Hated Everything White. From Black Panther to Conservative Activist.

He Hated Everything White. From Black Panther to Conservative Activist.

Terry Beatley | America OUT LOUD!VCA Board  Member After approximately 2800 pounds of steel and iron plates fell on him, while on active naval duty in San Diego, California, the Navy classified him disabled and discharged him. Mason found himself unskilled and disabled... From Black Panther to conservative activist, Mason Weaver is blazing across America teaching how the slave mentality is keeping many people in bondage and he uncovers who benefits when men choose shackles.  Read More

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Christmas Returns to Mosul After Islamic State Defeat

Christmas Returns to Mosul After Islamic State Defeat

Voice of America News | MOSUL, IRAQ — (Video) For the first time in the more than three years since Islamic State militants took over vast swaths of Iraq and Syria, Iraqi Christians have gone to church to celebrate Christmas in Mosul — a former militant stronghold. Worshipers and Muslim activists say they are hoping the holidays may bring some healing. During the time Islamic State militants ruled Mosul, this church was a prison. Today, worshipers celebrate Christmas here for the first time since Islamic State militants took over the city in 2014, forcing the entire Christian population — about 200,000 people — to flee. Read More