A recent study conducted by Oxford University concluded that if a person had previously caught the coronavirus, a person’s immunity could last for months. This is great news, because the only way this pandemic will be reined in is if enough people gain an immunity through either catching the virus or receiving a vaccination. It is referred to as herd immunity.
Of course, Canada has its fair share of “lockdowns for thee, but not for me” politicians and elitists who are pushing for lockdowns, but feel they are above them. But Canada’s most recent example has an interesting twist.
An interesting thing happened to Howard Kirby who lives in Ovid, Michigan. In 2019, he bought an old couch for $70 from a Habitat for Humanity Restore. After he had brought the couch home and set it up in his man-cave, it didn’t take long for his family to notice that the foot cushion was exceptionally hard. For several months, Kirby just put up with it, but finally his daughter-in-law couldn’t take it any longer and in January 2020, she cut it open to find out what was going on. Inside, she discovered a box stuffed with $43,170 in cash. It was a miracle. It was enough to pay off the mortgage on Kirby’s home and a lawyer even told Kirby that the money was legally his. But in an interview with MLive.com, Kirby said that God had a different opinion on the matter. “The Holy Spirit just came over me and said, ‘No, that’s really not yours.’” After God spoke to Kirby, he found out through the store who had donated the couch and …
There has been a lot of speculation on whether COVID-19 leaked out of Communist China’s only Level 4 virus lab located in Wuhan called the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Of course, the Communist regime and others have repeatedly denied this accusation. Now a new report suggests there is growing evidence the lab was the source.
An interesting survey of those between the ages of 25 and 45 conducted by OnePoll found that the majority of people in this age group feel older than their actual physical age.
Archaeologists working in the ancient city of Laodicea recently discovered a home in the ruins of the city dated to the first century that also contained a church. This has left some wondering if the Apostle John was addressing the believers who attended this church in his message to the seven churches of Asia found in the first three chapters of Revelation. Laodicea, located in modern Turkey, was the second largest city in Asia during the Roman period second only to Ephesus. It was a very wealthy city as it was part of a major trade route that included Ephesus and Smyrna. In addition, the city was also known for its banking and textile manufacturing. The home was quite large, 2,000 square meters in size, and was located beside a large theatre. The house had 20 rooms, that included the church, baths, a large hall with 18 columns and as well an area from which its owner, who was apparently quite wealthy, operated a business. Though the home was built in the first century, it …
According to a report by the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), some are wondering if the flu is now catching COVID because there has been a sharp decline in the number of flu cases in the US compared to last year.
According to a report in late December by the National Health Service, only 388 people in England under the age of 60 died solely of COVID, meaning they had NO underlying health conditions. The remainder had underlying health issues that included such things as heart problems, cancer, diabetes and obesity.
The COVID lockdowns has caused some church leaders to take a second look at their church structures. Typically, most churches have meetings on Sunday morning in a larger building with one main pastor/teacher leading the service. But the lockdowns are challenging that structure as governments are fining, and in some instances even threatening jail time, if churches continue meeting on Sunday morning. With the lockdowns continuing into 2021, and in some instances with harsher restrictions that 2020, some churches are adapting. There is a new trend emerging called micro churches involving smaller gatherings of between 10 and 40 people. They typically meet in homes or a neutral setting such as coffee shops, and they are fully functioning churches. Many larger congregations already utilize house churches that meet during the week in addition to the main Sunday morning service. These additional meetings are often poorly attended, because if busy, people typically cut out the house church meeting since it is not considered the “church’s main service.” But some are wondering if these smaller groups should be …
The bucket orchids, common to Central and South America, Trinidad and Mexico are a classic example of God’s design in creation. Why? Because the bucket orchids and male orchid bees need each other to procreate. They cannot survive without the other.