UK’s NHS Pressured Disabled Kids to Accept “Do Not Resuscitate” Orders During COVID Panic

During the height of the panic over COVID, healthcare professionals were rightfully hailed as heroes for the sacrifices they made to try to save people with COVID. But now that the churned up panic has subsided a bit (except, of course, for recent efforts to try to stir up panic again with the Omicron con),... Continue Reading →

Christian Groups Win Settlement Against University of Iowa

Four years after filing a discrimination lawsuit in federal court against the University of Iowa, Business Leaders in Christ and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship will receive nearly $2 million in a settlement with the state. The lawsuits were filed after the evangelical groups were targeted by the university because they only allowed Christians to hold leadership... Continue Reading →

Doctor Advises Christian Vlogger to Kill Her Unborn Baby. She Rejects the Advice.

Popular Australian YouTube fitness vlogger, Sarah Stevenson, recently had an unpleasant experience with her doctor when she learned she was pregnant for the second time. A prenatal test was done and her doctor told her she should probably get an abortion because the test results came back showing her baby would "likely" have a disability.... Continue Reading →

God’s Word, Obedience, and Godly Fear Should Unleash a Spark in Our Spirits

When the Israelite captives returned to Judah to rebuild Jerusalem, for a brief period they worked excitedly and feverishly to get a lot of the construction work done. Then they took their eyes off the Lord and what he told them to do, allowing their enemies, the heathen government, and apathy discourage them from moving... Continue Reading →

22-Year-Old Welsh Man Miraculously Lives To Tell of Falling 164 Ft. Off Mountain in His Car

This past Sunday after getting off work, Iestyn Brown-Morris decided to drive through the mountains 20 minutes from his home in Abergavenny, Wales to watch the sunset. Driving through the mountains is one of his favorite, regular pastimes. While making his way on the very windy mountain road after the sun went down, an unexpected... Continue Reading →

The Value and Quality of Our Faith Must Rest in the Lord Himself

When the Lord Jesus Christ came to Earth to carry out his ministry of salvation to sinful mankind, one thing he made clear is that following him is an individual decision. Each person presented with the gospel of Jesus Christ must decide for themselves whether or not they will choose Christ. If they choose him,... Continue Reading →

Ministering to the Saints is Godly Work and a Labor of Love

Today when we think of the term "minister" or "to minister" in religious circles, what often comes to mind is the clergy of any church, whether dressed in suits, robes, or casual wear carrying out preaching or teaching or running a program for the congregation. However, in the Bible the word has broader application given... Continue Reading →

Radio Hostess Kate Dalley Tells More About Refusing Hospital/NIH COVID Protocol To Help Her Sick Husband

Last night, September 15, radio and TV host Brannon Howse asked radio hostess Kate Dalley to be a guest on his show to discuss further about her ordeal with a hospital when her husband became sick with pneumonia. Her account of the situation went viral in August and I highlighted her video in this previous... Continue Reading →

Hard Choices, Some Negative Consequences, But an Abundance of Long Term Benefits

"There are hard decisions to make as a follower of Christ. It's hard sometimes to know that family, friends, occupation, income can be negatively impacted because you choose to follow the Lord and not follow the world. But the good news of that decision is God can meet you there and God can take what... Continue Reading →

Hiker In Wales Falls 230 ft, Miraculously Ends Up With Only Minor Injuries

Restless from lockdowns and anxious to be outdoors for a challenging hike, 27-year-old Jake Robinson got together with seven friends to hike up the mountains of Snowdonia, Wales, on Friday, August 20. There was dense fog that day, but Jake and his friends were excited about the challenge of exploring a different part of the... Continue Reading →

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