Teen Girl Miraculously Survives 50-Foot Fall From a Georgia Waterfall

At around 5:20 p.m. Friday, May 20, White County Fire Services in Georgia responded to a 911 phone call about a girl who fell over the edge of Raven Cliff Falls in White County. She was hiking in the area and was taking a photograph of the waterfall when she slipped and fell close to... Continue Reading →

Stew Peters Exposes Human Trafficking of Kids Prevalent in America’s Foster Care System

On May 19, conservative news commentator Stew Peters devoted the first 34 minutes of his hour-long show exposing the government's abuse of power regarding its handling of the foster care system (see the video below). Many minors across the U.S. have been fraudulently stolen from their families and used by various people embedded in the... Continue Reading →

Creation Ministries International’s Question & Answer Session on Science & the Bible

"There seems to be overwhelming pressure to deny or eliminate any archaeological evidence that confirms the ancient historical accuracy of the Bible," says Dr. John Ashton of Creation Ministries International (CMI), quoting a Christian archaeologist who stated what he has witnessed firsthand in his field. This is one of many discussions in the 1-hour, 45-minute... Continue Reading →

Canada’s Medical-Assisted Suicide Expands, and the Poor Are Being Euthanized

Back in February, I did my latest post among many posts on legalized euthanasia, warning about the dangers and blatant disregard for human rights and human life that go along with it. Leftist atheists who are the leading activists promoting this culture of death have attempted to deny or ridicule the idea that this practice... Continue Reading →

Louisiana Supreme Court: Governor’s COVID Restrictions Violated Religious Freedom

The Supreme Court of Louisiana, the highest court in the state, handed down a ruling on Friday, May 13, in favor of a pastor who resisted the governor's mandate to stop in-person church gatherings. The court deemed the emergency orders unconstitutional with respect to the First Amendment. In spring 2020, when states across the U.S.... Continue Reading →

Christ Came to Send Holy Fire on the Earth

Anyone familiar with the gospels has to admit that Christ's ministry from start to finish was intense. He boldly confronted yet comforted, refuted while he refreshed, and he upended yet uplifted. His preaching and ultimate sacrifice for our sins brought us salvation as well as put into effect blessings that accompany the message of salvation.... Continue Reading →

School Trustee in British Columbia Battles Gender Ideology in Public Schools

School trustee Barry Neufeld is a public school trustee in Chilliwack, B.C. and has served in that capacity for five years. A Mennonite who is descended from Russians who fled the Communist takeover, Neufeld has been battling the cancel culture from the moment parents elected him to the office. He made it clear while he... Continue Reading →

How Evil Spirits Increase Their Activity Against Believers in These Last Days

Brandon Holthaus, Senior Pastor of Rock Harbor Church in Bakersfield, California, released this timely video yesterday tackling the subject of how evil spirits are increasing their harassment against Christians. Holthaus gives frank and methodical explanations of what is going on and why. In his hourlong explanation he unpacks some of the tools and methods Satan... Continue Reading →

Conservative News Analysis on the Supreme Court Leak Re: Overturning Roe V. Wade

"This is a grave assault on the Supreme Court ... The Democrat Party is destroying this country," says Fox News contributor and host Mark Levin in the wake of the unprecedented, unethical leak of the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade from the U.S. Supreme Court. Attorney Jenna Ellis, who formerly worked for President Trump,... Continue Reading →

UK Pastor Was Victim of Indirect Religious Discrimination at School, Tribunal Rules

"Beliefs which are offensive, shocking or even disturbing to others can still be protected" in a democratic society, wrote Judge Sarah King of the Cambridge Employment Tribunal in her ruling in favor of a pastor who was forced out of his job at Isle of Ely Primary School in Ely, Cambridgeshire. Keith Waters, the 55-year-old... Continue Reading →

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