Elizabeth Yore in Republican American Connecticut Newspaper: End Scourge of FGM


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By Elizabeth York for the Republican American

Connecticut enjoys a history and reputation for strong, talented women who fought for human rights. Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” to raise awareness about the evils of slavery and to champion its eradication. Marian Anderson, the first African-American opera star, soared to headline at the Metropolitan Opera. Continue reading…

Frank Gaffney for Fox News: We must hold persecutors of Christians accountable


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By Frank Gaffney for Fox News | Image from Fox

Suicide bombers took over 300 lives and wounded many more in coordinated attacks on Christian churches conducting Easter Sunday services and celebrations at hotels in Sri Lanka. Authorities there are blaming heretofore little-known local Islamist groups. But pulling off such a complex, synchronized operation would almost certainly require greater terrorist expertise and so it is not surprising that ISIS is claiming responsibility.

The carnage among Christians worshiping on that holy day was particularly horrific – and, therefore, impossible for the international press to ignore. Yet, the fact that hundreds of millions of followers of Jesus around the world are being tortured, imprisoned, raped, crucified or murdered all too often goes unreported. Continue reading…

CCHF’s Twila Brase in WND.com: 3 Senators Propose Health Care Freedom for Seniors


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Published in WND.com | Image from WND

Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas; Rand Paul, R-Ky.; and Mike Lee, R-Utah; are proposing a law that would unlink seniors from a longtime rule that requires them to participate in the “voluntary” Medicare program if they want their Social Security benefits.

AFA’s Walker Wildmon: Abortion Advocates Fail Miserably at Hindering ‘Unplanned’


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By Walker Wildmon, American Family Association, for the Epoch Times | Image from Epoch Times

The movie “Unplanned” is based on the true story of Abby Johnson, a former clinic director and employee of the year for Planned Parenthood who realized the horrors of abortion and became an advocate for life. “Unplanned” debuted over the past several weeks across the country.

Before I brag on the success of the film, I want to talk about the various hurdles it faced along the way. Continue reading…

CCHF’s Twila Brase for CNS News: ‘Free’ Gov’t-Run Health Care Jeopardizes Very Freedom Americans Value


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By Twila Brase for CNS News | Image from CNS

A crowded field of 2020 presidential hopefuls is already sharing platforms with the American people. And most of the would-be candidates support an expanded role for government.

But socializing medicine bit by bit, as the Affordable Care Act has done, or in one fell swoop, such as Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal’s Medicare for All bill would do, certainly isn’t the answer. Continue reading…

APN’s Sam Rohrer for The Christian Post: King Solomon Prayed 7 Prayers Anticipating 7 Judgments on Israel


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Reality Hits Close to Home in America

By Sam Rohrer for The Christian Post | Image from CP

In II Chronicles Chapter 6, King Solomon prayed seven prayers, anticipating seven sins of the nation of Israel and the subsequent seven judgments of God. These prayers were fervent and the impending judgments severe, and Solomon was intent on seeking God’s involvement in a nation falling far from Him. Continue reading…

Timothy Plan in LifeZette: The Faithful Have an Opportunity to Use Their Investment Dollars to Promote Christian Values


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An effort to nudge companies toward more socially responsible behavior is catching on

Much More Than Money: Timothy Plan in One News Now


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By Robert Knight for One News Now | Image from One News Now

The Bible has myriad warnings against money becoming an end in itself, that is, an idol, and others about the virtues of sound money management. In fact, more than 2,300 verses mention money – more than any other topic, including faith (500 verses). So, God cares deeply about what we do with it.

Scripture often reminds us that while money is important, our earthly and eternal security lie in our relationship with God — Continue reading…

Mark Biltz for The Christian Post: It Is More Important to Know Who the Messiah Is Than Guess Who the Antichrist Will Be


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By Mark Biltz for The Christian Post | Image from CP

In today’s world, humanity is desperately seeking someone with a strong hand to take the helm and bring about world peace—a leader who has the ability to compromise and appease every faction to stop all the madness.

But what character traits are truly needed to navigate the currents of public opinion that shape the world in which we live? For the past 2,000 years, people have anxiously tried to analyze who the Antichrist might be and when he might be revealed. If you’re not careful, you can get caught up in the debate—or worse, you can be deceived. Continue reading…

Sam Rohrer for Townhall | God’s Word Holds All the Answers on Immigration and Borders


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By Sam Rohrer for Townhall.com | Image from Townhall

Immigration and border control issues dominate our news and divide our nation, but God’s not divided nor is He confused on this or any issue—and we should not be either.

In fact, there are clear, biblical principles on why no one should be confused about God’s position on immigration and borders. Let’s look at borders first. In Acts 17:26, Paul says that God established nations and borders. Daniel 2 says He raises up leaders and nations, and He puts them down. Continue reading…