Christianity · encouragement · faith · family · philosophy · politics · religion

Loving God more than family

Believers who have the Christian encouragement of Christian family members are truly blessed to have that. If they have godly wisdom, they can provide godly counsel when we need it. It’s also a blessing when one has a church congregation that provides that also. However, we are living in times when more and more people… Continue reading Loving God more than family

End times · government · technology · U.S. Constitution

Is Apple co-conspirator with or victim of Big Brother?: WikiLeaks drops more Vault 7 docs

Have you seen this catchy, humorous commercial about Apple’s iPad Pro? Although the above TV ad from Apple reassures you the iPad Pro is immune to PC malware, the second volley of WikiLeaks Vault 7 documents shows there is something more insidious hidden in Apple’s various devices. According to WikiLeaks, the CIA has apparently found… Continue reading Is Apple co-conspirator with or victim of Big Brother?: WikiLeaks drops more Vault 7 docs

Africa · Christianity · church · clergy · crime · government

Thieves die after stealing from dead church leader: curse or coincidence?

In September 2016, Charles Chiriseri and his wife, Petunia, were on their way to Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, when they were in a horrific accident that took his life and severely injured his wife. Mr. Chiriseri was a well-known “apostle.” While his body lay at the crash scene with people and first responders gathered around, the unthinkable… Continue reading Thieves die after stealing from dead church leader: curse or coincidence?

atheism · Christianity · government · law · politics · prayer · religion · U.S. Constitution

Texas school board wins appeal to allow student-led prayers

Since 1997, the Birdville Independent School District near Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, has allowed students to open their school board meetings with a statement. Often those statements turn out to be prayers in the name of Jesus. That didn’t sit well with a gay atheist high school student (who has now graduated) so the American Humanist… Continue reading Texas school board wins appeal to allow student-led prayers

Christianity · encouragement · faith · life · religion

Worldly success not a guarantee for happiness

By all accounts he was a successful, popular, and notable plastic surgeon and the head of the plastic surgery department at his hospital in Bengaluru, India, but for some reason Dr. Ashok Raj Koul was distraught and unhappy. He drove home from work Monday, March 20, went to the 10th floor of his apartment building (his… Continue reading Worldly success not a guarantee for happiness

Christianity · government · Israel · Judah · judgment · politics · religion

How spiritual compromises weaken nations

“I took you in when no one else wanted you and raised you to be royalty, but you chose to become a whore instead.” That’s the basic message God prophesies about Israel and Judah in Ezekiel 16 and 23. The Lord through the prophet Ezekiel tells the story about the glorious blessings those nations had… Continue reading How spiritual compromises weaken nations

Catholicism · Christianity · religion

Six years a slave: who St. Patrick really was

Saint Patrick’s Day is upon us once again as yet another holiday promoting Catholicism, pagan superstitions, and drunkenness. The real Patrick, a saint from the British isles who sparked a gospel revival in Ireland, would be appalled to see how his name is misused in the festivities bearing his name today. As a reminder, here… Continue reading Six years a slave: who St. Patrick really was