Pastor and treasurer of a New York church steal millions from the congregation

The U.S. Attorney's office talked two New York church leaders into a plea deal after the pastor and the lead treasurer of the congregation were charged for stealing $3 million from the church and avoided paying taxes. Their elaborate scheme was set up to make it appear as if the pastor was a successful entertainment... Continue Reading →

How the Jonestown massacre warns us about the coming Antichrist

Yesterday, November 18, 2018, marked the 40th anniversary of the Jonestown massacre. The late murderous cult leader Jim Jones was very methodical and somewhat effective in how he operated his Peoples Temple. So effective that he convinced or forced at gunpoint most of his followers (over 900) into drinking poisoned punch in the jungle of... Continue Reading →

Sin may reap financial profits, but righteousness has greater value

Since the time of Adam and Eve's fall, we humans have sought to acquire personal gain from sin. In our day of the early 21st century, the technological and societal advances we have made often become the tools used to expand bad behavior for the sake of power and prestige. We are told such things... Continue Reading →

Two African shamans claim they help African pastors with signs & wonders

As Christianity has reignited across the African continent by leaps and bounds in recent decades, the "wheat" of God's crop is growing in the midst of the "tares" planted by Satan in very disturbing ways. Our Lord Jesus was never one to make any of his statements lightly. There was a reason he and the... Continue Reading →

Prosperity pastor Kong Hee & partners in crime get reduced sentences

Megachurch pastor Kong Hee of Singapore and his five cohorts who were found guilty in 2015 of conspiring to misappropriate (steal) $50 million from City Harvest Church have had their sentences reduced. A three-judge appellate court panel handed down the reduced sentences on Friday, April 7, approximately 7 months after the defendants presented arguments in September... Continue Reading →

Snubbing Sodom: why it’s best to choose morals over money

Whether it's threats of boycotts, lawsuits, or violent demonstrations, this decade thus far has been filled with news stories of ungodly forces trying to impose their will forcibly on anyone who would have the audacity to not give them what they want when they want it. Many with righteous intent have stood their ground against... Continue Reading →

Nowhere to run, nothing to hide

Although there are many Americans who hate that the NSA is snooping on them, there are many Americans who don't seem to care. Citizens who are nonplussed and indifferent about it often use the "I-have-nothing-to-hide" excuse for their attitude. But if things progress the way they have been with the government expanding its snooping capabilities... Continue Reading →

A rising tide lifts all boats (unless a boat is sabotaged)

I've admitted several times before that I'm a big fan of capitalism when it's carried out based on righteous principles. Principles such as placing the dignity of human life above material wealth or rewarding those with good ethics who work hard or honoring one's promises to produce good products. As in all things that have... Continue Reading →

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