Denomination excommunicates congregation for promoting homosexuality

The denomination known as the Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC), made up of 875 churches in the U.S. and 300,000 members, has one less congregation on their roster as of Friday, June 28. Last year the denomination handed down a disciplinary action for the First Covenant Church (FCC) in Minneapolis, urging them to replace their pastor,... Continue Reading →

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The greater the opposition, the mightier the victory

Many times when the Lord ordains us to carry out a work for his glory, a long hard battle may ensue. The question then becomes, How badly do we want to reach the goal God has set before us? Joshua and the Israelites faced such a quandary when it came time for them to settle... Continue Reading →

US Supreme Court upholds cross display for veterans in Maryland

A veterans memorial in Maryland that displays a cross got a big win from the U.S. Supreme Court Thursday. The American Humanist Association sued over the cross beginning in 2014, claiming it violated the First Amendment's Establishment Clause. The humanists lost the first round in 2015 when a judge ruled that the cross was clearly... Continue Reading →

We can’t afford to throw out confidence and patience in Christ

34 For ye had compassion of me in my bonds, and took joyfully the spoiling of your goods, knowing in yourselves that ye have in heaven a better and an enduring substance. 35 Cast not away therefore your confidence, which hath great recompence of reward. 36 For ye have need of patience, that, after ye have done the... Continue Reading →

Archaeologists discover cannabis was used in ancient Chinese religion

For years, I've been one of many who have sounded the alarm on what promoting the use of marijuana really means. It has spiritual, religious ramifications although it is marketed as medicinal or just a recreational pastime. At times when I mentioned on other social media platforms about it's religious ties to sorcery in the... Continue Reading →

UK Think Tank Suggests Pedophiles NOT Be Prosecuted For Viewing Child Porn

A think tank in the UK named Justice recently released a report on the rising tide of pedophilia cases in Great Britain and made the suggestion that first time offenders who view child pornography online be allowed to avoid prosecution. The proposal has the backing of the Victims' Commissioner, Dame Vera Baird. In 2008, there... Continue Reading →

A Church That Was Serious About the Savior

The Southern Baptist Convention will be meeting this week in Birmingham, Alabama. Sexual abuse by clergy within the denomination will be the main topic after a study months ago revealed that rampant sexual abuse had taken place and was covered up by church and denomination leaders. Overall, the main cause for this happening is the... Continue Reading →

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