Bible · Christianity · God · religion

Don’t get it twisted: how people view God

It’s no secret that each of us has our own views on the things we encounter in this life. For example, if a group of people were to hear a popular old school song playing over the radio, that one song could trigger a different feeling in each person hearing it. One person might feel… Continue reading Don’t get it twisted: how people view God

Christianity · education · government · politics · religion · U.S. Constitution

Colleges are shunning Christian groups

I previously shared on my Facebook site for this blog and in a post in October how Vanderbilt University was giving some Christian student organizations a hard time for not complying with their all-inclusive policies stating that those organizations cannot force its leaders to practice the beliefs of the group. Well, the problem is happening… Continue reading Colleges are shunning Christian groups

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

Senate delays vote on bill declaring US a battlefield

The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 (S. 1867) was expected to be voted on in the Senate yesterday, but when news of the bill hit the Internet, the vote appears to have been delayed. The bill sponsored by Senators Carl Levin (D-Mich) and John McCain (R-Ariz) would give the President and Secretary… Continue reading Senate delays vote on bill declaring US a battlefield

Christianity · End times · government · politics · religion

Turkey’s president calls for Middle East unity

Abdullah Gul, Turkey’s president, stated in a speech in Britain that the Middle East needs an organization of nations like the EU. According to the Financial Times, Gul believes such an organization would advance politics and economics along democratic lines. In his rush to advance such a new world order idea, Mr Gul has overlooked… Continue reading Turkey’s president calls for Middle East unity

Christianity · government · law · religion

City pressured to change law after Bible study fined

The San Juan Capistrano Planning Commission in California is considering changes in their ordinances after fining a couple for hosting Bible studies in their home twice a week.  The Fromms were fined $500 for having a Bible study in their home. After the Fromms were fined for having 50 people or more in their home,… Continue reading City pressured to change law after Bible study fined

Christianity · family · human rights · law · life · religion · U.S. Constitution

Movie highlights govt. attempts to violate parental rights

Parentalrights.org released a docudrama yesterday called “Overruled: Government Invasion of Your Parental Rights” which highlights 3 cases where the U.S. govt. interfered with how 3 families handled their kids’ education and medical care. It also explained how the U.S. govt. is working behind the scenes to adopt the UN Convention on the Rights of the… Continue reading Movie highlights govt. attempts to violate parental rights

Christianity · drugs · law · religion

Jailed drug dealer claims salvation

A drug dealer in Langley, BC in Canada claimed he was now a Christian at his recent sentencing hearing. Jason William Brown, 36, was arrested in Nov. 2009 for drug possession (worth $200,000) and possession of an unloaded restricted firearm (a semiautomatic handgun). He was in prison waiting to be tried when he converted to… Continue reading Jailed drug dealer claims salvation