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Wesley vs. Whitfield: Brothers in Conflict

by Tony Cooke During a July 2005 trip to England, I was able to visit to John Wesley’s house and chapel (as well as his grave). A few months before that, I also was privileged to visit the grave of George Whitfield in Newburyport, Massachusetts. A casual glance at church history reveals that these two… Read More »

Guns In Church? FEMA Helps Churches Prepare For ‘Active Shooter Incidents’

By Michael Snyder If Islamic terrorists were to even just hit one or two of our churches, attendance all across America would immediately plummet. Nobody wants to feel like they are taking their family to a place of danger, and so that is the power of random attacks like the ones that we recently witnessed… Read More »

Christian Love Gone Wrong – “I’m a Christian and I LOVE the Qur’an”

“I believe that this article reveals the growing ignorance of Scripture among professing Christians in America today. The message of salvation through Christ alone is the foundation of Christianity.” Timothy Jerry By Kade Hawkins “I’m a Christian and I LOVE the Qur’an” reads the sign of Jordan Denari, a Christian woman protesting Islamophobia at a… Read More »

Abraham Lincoln’s 1863 Thanksgiving Proclamation

By the President of the United States of America. A Proclamation. The year that is drawing towards its close, has been filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget the source from which they come, others have been added,… Read More »

BIG LIST: All these terror attacks in U.S. covered up by feds

By Leo Hohmann Posted with permission from WND Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., (Photo: U.S. House Ways and Means Committee) As France grapples with the implications of allowing hundreds, possibly thousands of ISIS radicals into its country as immigrants and “refugees” in the wake of last week’s massive terror attack on Paris, the Obama administration has… Read More »

Muslims to Europe: Migration or Invasion; the Perfect Trojan Horse

By Tom Olago What started out as a humanitarian gesture to alleviate the suffering of hordes of refugees fleeing wars and other related calamities is now turning into a nightmare for the host nations. So much so that the facilities and resources required to sustain these operations have been stretched to breaking points. Public support… Read More »

Christian Students Increasingly Coming Under Persecution

By Tom Olago The faith of Christian students seems to be increasingly coming under siege from two major fronts: a hostile public school system, as well as from many teachers and fellow students. Not to mention a government and legal system that, in many ways, tends to engage in what has been described as the… Read More »

Activists press for mandatory ‘gay’ lessons for kindergarteners

Bob Unruh Posted with permission from WND A dispute has erupted across Scotland over a proposal by activists to impose mandatory LGBT training on children as young as 5 years old. A homosexual-activist group called Time for Inclusive Education launched a petition demanding children in their earliest years of schooling “learn about homosexual, bisexual and… Read More »