The Truth That Sets Us Free
May 04, 2013 -
Did you ever sit down and really think through all that the Bible teaches us about Christianity? If there is one thing about Christianity that really stands out in your mind, what might it be? What is there about Christianity that makes it different than every other faith/belief system?
May 28, 2007 -
In Defense of the Faith
Memorial Day weekend has evolved from the holiday known as 'Decoration Day'. It was first proclaimed back in 1868 by General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, when he ordered that the graves of the Civil War dead interred at Arlington national cemetery be decorated with flowers to commemorate their sacrifice.
Vol: 140 Issue: 25 - Saturday, May 25, 2013
This is the beginning of the Memorial Day weekend. Memorial Day is a celebration of freedom and those that defend it. We celebrate with heavy overdoses of all things American, fireworks, hot dogs, BBQs, picnics, baseball games and so on.
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Iran, Russia & Birds of a Feather
May 23, 2013 - Israel - Middle East
Sometimes, the people you hang around with define you. That doesn't necessarily mean you're exactly like the other guys and ladies in your particular group. But 'birds of a feather tend to flock together'...and there goes another one of my tired clichés.
Tornado Airbags and Sequestration
May 23, 2013 - Commentary on the News
In 1951 when I was 4 years old, I fell out of the car. No wise-cracks please. My friends think that’s what’s wrong with me!
Fire in My Bones
May 22, 2013 - Prophecy - Signs
Most everyone I meet at church or work tends to not get as excited about the Rapture and other end-times events as I do. For that matter, apologetics and end-times prophecy as a whole are not the most popular subjects of our day.
May 21, 2013 - Israel - Middle East
Dateline: last week. The Feds are charged with partiality (IRS), persecution (AP), and profound perfidy (Benghazi). (And just where was Obama the night of September 11?) Throw in a near billion dollar lottery payout and it was news junky heaven. But the really startling news went unheralded: Russian ships, in the Mediterranean Sea.
Head in the Clouds
May 20, 2013 - Globalism - Ecumenism
As I’m sure by now, most of you have heard of ''The Cloud'' and thought I would take some time to explain what it is, and some of its’ pros and cons.
Reuters Top News
|Syrian opposition resumes tough talks on unity for peace push|
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Syria's opposition resumed talks on Saturday aimed at closing their fractious ranks, crucial to launching an international peace conference, and government forces pressed an onslaught on a rebel-held town to try to gain the upper hand in civil war.
|Sexual assault is a 'scourge' on U.S. military, Hagel says|
(Reuters) - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel called sexual assault a "scourge" on Saturday as he addressed graduates of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, where a sergeant stands accused of videotaping female cadets in the showers.
|British police arrest man after spy claim in soldier case|
LONDON (Reuters) - British police arrested a man under anti-terrorism laws at BBC headquarters after an interviewee said security services tried to recruit one of the two men arrested after a soldier was hacked to death in a London street.
|Sixth night of violence in Sweden, but police say capital calmer|
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Community patrols and a beefed-up police presence helped to calm violence around Stockholm overnight on Saturday but 20 to 30 cars were still torched in poor immigrant suburbs and serious incidents were reported outside the capital for the first time.