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Category: Religion

Charleston RiverDogs: God Will Not Be Mocked

Thirty-eight men. That’s how many names I counted on the roster of the Charleston RiverDogs website. I find it truly astounding that not one single player out of 38 had enough courage of...

Another Win for Atheists: Pensacola Cross Must Come Down

Perpetuating the lie ‘separation of church and state’, atheists once again prove there’s power in pushing states to do whatever they want them to do… One question: if...

Faith of Our Founding Fathers

Washington, Jefferson, Adams, and Franklin. Those are names that should live forever in America’s heart. The mere mention of their names evokes images of a fledgling country trying to find its...

Bernie Sanders Applies A Religious Test of His Own

With all the faux outrage from the left concerned that conservatives may feel entitled to enforce a “religious test”, Bernie Sanders, that bastion of liberal tolerance, revealed in a shocking...

An Unexpected Miracle: You Never Know Who Will Be Your Guidepost to Salvation

Normally when a musician dies we tend to flip through our records or click on our phones to listen to their old songs.  I did this when I heard the news that singer Chris Cornell died last week,...

Dave Bray’s New Version of ‘Amazing Grace’ Reminds ‘Without God There Is No Country’

Latest epic rendition of ‘Amazing Grace’ by our friend Dave Bray.  Dave says, “Without God There Is No Country – May His Amazing Grace Continue to Bless Our Armed...

‘Separation of Church and State”: Separating Fact from Fiction

Well, that didn’t take long. The ACLU is already threatening to sue the White House for its new executive order (re: religious liberty), claiming that it violates ‘separation of...

Daniel Greenfield: Who Can Count the Dust of Jacob

“Who can count the dust of Jacob or number the seed of Israel.” Numbers 23:10 The sun sets above the hills. The siren cries out and on the busy highways that wend among the hills, the...

A Few Interesting Facts About Our Nation’s Spiritual Heritage

In celebration of our ‘National Day of Prayer’ this past week, I would love to share a few interesting facts about our nation’s Spiritual history: 1.First, there is really...

Daniel Greenfield: The Redemption of Israel

How strange it seems! These Hebrews in their graves, Close by the street of this fair seaport town, Silent beside the never-silent waves, At rest in all this moving up and down! But ah! what once...

A Call to Prayer: Stop Christian Genocide

The Center for Studies on New Religions recently reported Christianity is the most persecuted religion world-wide. The stats are staggering. In 2016 over 90,000 Christians have been murdered....

New Film “Champion: Victory Begins in the Heart” Inspiring for Entire Family

We are excited to share with you an upcoming movie, “Champion: Victory Begins in the Heart” starring one of our awesome PolitiDudes, actor/movie star Gary Graham.  Also involved in...

Rumors Abound- Could Local Man Who Was Executed, Be Messiah?

(AD Press), Judea Jerusalem was crowded this past week with Passover, but the main focus of residents and visitors alike are the mysterious events which surround the execution of the...

Beauty From Ashes: We All Have Our Stories

Stories. We all have one. Our stories may be of personal loss or rejection, stories of seemingly unremitting pain and suffering, stories of overwhelming health issues, or stories of debilitating...

Three Crosses

Three crosses stood on the hill that awful Friday. Crucifixion wasn’t anything new to the culture. The Romans used this type of punishment and death to wield their power over the people....

When The Need For God Is Real

The tragedies of war are never easy to view. In recent years, we have seen the destruction of nations due to man’s insatiable need for power. Most recently, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad...

“Epiphany Moment”

Long before I became a political writer and reporter, I was a Director of Children’s Ministries at a Los Angeles church.  Each Sunday I presented the Children’s Sermon for the congregation before...

Nonie Darwish: Biblical Values vs. Islamic Values

Nonie Darwish talks to Jamie Glazov about her new book, “Wholly Different:  Why I Chose Biblical Values Over Islamic Values”.