The recession we are in right now is not a result of failing economic institutions, it’s the result of the nation being shut down.
Now she was ready to get the help she needed to become a published author.
The Florida Gospel Crusade is HERE!
Well almost. It kicks off this Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. and runs through next Wednesday (February 20). This exciting
event has been looked forward to since the completion of the Crusade last year.
And that one was a success!
Recently New York State passed a law that allows the inhumane murder of unborn babies. It is an atrocity that violates Christian values and Biblical directives. In fact, it violates all morality represented by Christianity and even man-made religion. I know of no religion that supports such cruelty.
Last Monday I wrote about the Holocaust which was the attempt by Hitler’s Germany to destroy Jewish people. Today I’m writing about another Holocaust, the attempt by liberals to destroy defenseless humans we call the unborn. Another name is infanticide!
If you live in Sarasota or Charlotte counties then you are automatically invited. But just because you live elsewhere is no reason for not going. Perhaps you live in Lehigh Acres, Ft. Myers, Naples, Cape Coral, or any other county not far from Charlotte. Then come!
Perhaps you live even further away. Come anyway!
This week I am taking a look at 3 Fascinating Fundamentals with Jesus’ Manger.
In today’s politically correct world the importance of Christmas and the Manger is buried under commercialism, social agendas, and anti-Christian propaganda. I recently read an article by Rev. Billy Graham (1918-2018) entitled The Manger, the Cross and the Crown (1974).
Futurists and others study the tea leaves of science to determine our future. They tell us about expected medical breakthroughs, the exploration of space, and man’s relation with man. But I think there is one area of life that won’t change much.
Each district school board shall adopt rules to require, in all the schools of the district and in each building used by the district school board, the display of the state motto, ‘In God We Trust
we need to ask why most people read. It is to escape the reality of their lives, to imagine, to relax, and to be uplifted.