Federal judge rules in favor of pro-life college students vs. California State University

During the 2016-2017 academic year, the Students for Life chapter at California State University (CSU)--San Marcos planned to have an event featuring a pro-life professor from North Carolina. When they requested $500 from the campus organization that distributes the funds from student fees, they were given the run-around. First they were denied funds on the... Continue Reading →

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A life lesson learned from the lazy

It pays to be alert and observant in order to learn from those who are wise in the things of God to take note of the successes that God's principles can bring. We can also learn from those who live in disobedience to the Lord, who bring about their own failures. In their case, we... Continue Reading →

Most Bibles Are Printed in China and Trump Tariffs Could Hurt Bible Sales, Say Publishers

Bible publishers like Zondervan and Thomas Nelson (both owned by secular company HarperCollins) are expressing concerns to the Trump administration that tariffs on Chinese products could harm the availability of Bibles in the U.S. and Bible distribution worldwide.  Several decades ago, U.S. Bible publishers moved most of their Bible printing (over 70%) to China, which... 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 →

You May Get Static No Matter What You Do For Christ

One thing among many that I enjoy about genuine Christian ministry is how the Lord uses an array of methods to distribute his message. Some saints are more low-key about how they share the gospel while others are more intense, sociable, and energetic about it. Regardless of the personal method preferred, I've seen the Lord... Continue Reading →

We Are Ultimately Responsible For Our Own Relationship With God

It's great to have Christian leaders available to us to help us as we try to grow in our relationship with Christ. But there is something vital that we can easily forget if we become too dependent on other believers for our spiritual growth. Our salvation is our one-on-one direct relationship with the Lord. In... Continue Reading →

Northern Ireland MP passionately urges British government to help Christians

"Christians across the world are now the most persecuted religious group with nearly 300 million living in fear of discrimination and persecution. And 4,000 being killed every year because of their faith. "The Government has said that Britain is on their side. Can the minister tell us, how is the Government using the UK’s soft... Continue Reading →

Raising a Ruckus: Devils Won’t Always Go Quietly

Spend enough time getting to know the Lord and you will discover that he will increase your knowledge, wisdom, understanding, and discernment. Along with those attributes you will also find that, by the power of the Holy Spirit, he will also increase your confidence--confidence in the truth of his word, confidence in his character, confidence... Continue Reading →

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