A smaller asteroid, about half the size of the giraffe, exploded over the earth somewhere between Greenland and Norway on Friday, March 11, 2022.
Are you oppressed? Do you feel like a victim, or does your family have some sad stories in its history? Or, do you see yourself as privileged? Are you and others like you better off than other groups of people? For most of us, the answer to the first question is ‘yes.’ We can find some story of how our family went through hard times, and struggled. The answer to the second question is probably ‘no’ for most of us. We don’t feel privileged in our modern, stressed-out times. You have probably heard of “CRT” or “Critical Race Theory.” This is an extension of Critical Theory, which is, in my opinion, the best description of Leftist or Progressive thinking. Critical Theory forms the basis for Marxism, also known as Communism. Communists often had violent revolutions because of their core belief that the problems of the world need to be fixed with radical change. “Change” might be a violent revolution, or an election victory, but it brings a revolution, things change. If we believe that there …
Good news: A judge has finally released Freedom Convoy 2022 organizer, Tamara Lich, on $25,000 bail. People were shocked when Ontario Court Justice Julie Bourgeois initially refused this request since Lich was only charged with mischief.
The New York Post reports that some dog owners are paying for expensive therapy for their dogs who have become too comfortable having their owners home all the time because of the COVID lockdowns. As their owners return to work, dogs are now experiencing anxiety from the separation.
Thousands of residents of St. Vincent, a small island in the Caribbean, are being evacuated as it is believed La Soufriere volcano is about to erupt.
Prince Philip died peacefully this morning (April 9, 2021) age 99.
A recent survey conducted by Lifeway Research has concluded there seems to be one small positive coming out of the COVID pandemic — people are starting to think more about their purpose in life. According to its recent survey of 1,200 people, 57% of people stated that at least once a month they are wondering “How can I find more meaning and purpose in my life?” This is up from 51% of people who wondered that same thing in 2011. The pandemic is causing people to realize there is more to life than just satisfying their personal desires. As Christians, it is vital we grasp that God has a purpose and plan for our lives. In a prophetic word given to the prophet Jeremiah, we read that God’s purpose for Jeremiah’s life was not laid out when the prophet was born, in fact, God’s plan for Jeremiah was written up before he was even conceived (Jeremiah 1:5). When you were born, God wasn’t caught off guard and wondering what am I going to do with …
A devotional book sitting at the top of Amazon’s Christian Meditation and Devotion section has caused some controversy as it includes a prayer by Chanequa Walker asking God to help her to hate White people.
The Canadian province of Ontario has just instituted stay-at-home lockdown demanding that people not leave their homes. The government claims its ICUs are being overrun with COVID patients. If this is true, why does a field hospital set up in Ontario to handle the COVID overflow have no patients.
When two health inspectors showed up at a Corduroy restaurant in Vancouver, BC, Canada last week, the owner, Rebecca Matthews, with a baby in arms, demanded that the two leave because they were trespassing.
According to a report on The Post Millennial, early this morning, (Wednesday, April 7, 2021), police set up barricades around GraceLife Church in Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada in what some believe is an attempt to prevent parishioners from attending services at the church.
Each year, the NCAA holds a basketball tournament of the top ranked colleges in the US to determine a national champion. This year’s national tournament, often referred to as March Madness, was unusual because Christian universities were the talk of the town as it ended with Baylor, a Christian university out of Waco, Texas, winning the men’s crown. But it all started on a negative tone, with a USA Today columnist, Hemal Jhaveri, writing a hit piece on Oral Roberts University (ORU). The 15th seeded ORU, referred to as this year’s Cinderella team, rose to prominence advancing to the final 16 round of the tournament. This also put a target on the team’s back. Jhaveri called for the NCAA to ban ORU from the tournament because the Christian university did not hold the writer’s personal views on homosexuality and morality. Oddly, Jhaveri, called for the team to be banned in the name of diversity. Stories about Jhaveri’s call to ban ORU were all over the internet with most condemning the article asking why woke politics …
Two articles are reporting about the skyrocketing homicide rates in several US cities in 2021. The cities impacted have two common denominators.