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Imagine there’s no heaven.  It’s easy if you try. No hell below us.  Above us only sky. Imagine all the people, Living life in peace. You may say that I am a dreamer, But I’m not the only one. I hope someday you will join us.  And the world can

Ever since the fall of man in the Garden of Eden, people have been seeking salvation by every means other than by the One True God. One of the modern forms of idolatry is statism, the worship of human civil government as god. Some aspects of this idolatry is the

While there is no official legal definition of “sanctuary city,” the term refers to towns, cities, or counties that protect undocumented immigrants by refusing to cooperate completely with federal detention requests. Advocates of these “safe havens” for individuals who survive outside of American law believe sanctuary cities are safer because

As many readers will concur, in general, American voters are not particularly discerning. Studies have been done detailing how questionable candidates have been elected to office simply because they’re glib, charismatic, or physically attractive. If a candidate looks good and sounds good, most voters will defer to that candidate, no

Back when the Trump Train was steaming through the Republican primaries last summer, we asked two questions: Can overtly unbiblical power be seized and reliably used for good? Or must it be destroyed? The reason for asking had a whole lot to do with the fact that politically active professing

“You had to live—did live, from habit that became instinct—in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard, and, except in darkness, every movement scrutinized.”—George Orwell, 1984 Supposedly the National Security Administration is going to stop collecting certain internet communications that merely mention a foreign intelligence target. Privacy advocates are

Congress ended the week by passing a continuing resolution keeping the government funded for one more week. This stopgap funding bill is designed to give Congress and the White House more time to negotiate a long-term spending bill. Passage of a long-term spending bill has been delayed over objections to

Have we lost sight of who we are supposed to be? In December 2014, Kimberli Lira’s husband was diagnosed with cancer. Melchor fought against the cancer as hard as he could for more than two years, but on February 14th, 2017s he passed away. Now Kimberli is struggling to adjust

There were ten major persecutions of Christians in the first three centuries: 1) Nero A.D. 54-68; 2) Domition A.D. 81- 96; 3) Trajan A.D. 98-117; 4) Antoninus Pius & Marcus Aurelius Antoninus A.D. 138-180; 5) Severus A.D. 193 – 211; 6) Maximus A.D. 235-238; 7) Decius A.D. 249-251; 8) Valerian

Do you ever feel like you have been completely abandoned by the world?  Do you struggle with feelings of loneliness, isolation and depression?  If so, you are far from alone.  Thanks to technology Americans are more isolated than they have ever been before, and as you will see below, this