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We have some great alternative news feeds on health, current events and the Fukushima nuclear disaster. These are news stories you won’t get from the main stream media. It’s vitally important to keep informed as to what’s really going on in the world.
“As the tax-paying funders of education, it is parents who are primarily responsible for the way that children are educated,” said Dr David Landrum, director of advocacy for the EA and the author of a new resource released today. “It’s important to remember that the state is only there to maintain our school system,” he said. The report, ‘You’re not alone: a guide for the Christian family in education,’ observed that churches need to do far more in helping parents engage with their children’s education. “Parents are the primary socialisers and therefore hold primary responsibility for their child’s education,” Landrum [More]
By Whole Health Journalist Studies show that houses of worship promote ill health. Does yours? A familiar cliché to people in some religious communities is: “You’re so heavenly minded you’re no earthly good”. Perhaps for this article that cliché could be restated as: you’re so spiritually firm for heaven you’re not physically fit for earth. Faith groups may be doing well in the spiritual areas; however, the statistics show that they’re getting failing grades in the health department. The diagnosis Research shows a direct correlation between religion and poor health specifically concerning obesity. According to a Purdue University study, “Sociology [More]
By REALdeal Source: North Carolina Pastor Is Transforming Food Deserts Into Oases For The Poor For more content like this visit REALfarmacy.com. by AMANDA FROELICH A community in North Carolina has been inspired to grow its own food and create better health thanks to this preacher’s activism. In North Carolina, nearly two-thirds of adults are overweight or obese. This saddening statistic is largely an effect of the Standard American diet, which is high in low-quality fats and refined sugars. Unfortunately, [&hellip Source: North Carolina Pastor Is Transforming Food Deserts Into Oases For The Poor Learn more at <a class="colorbox" …read [More]
Clutter can get out of hand, especially in small living spaces. Before you know it, you are losing things and forgetting where you stored something, and you end up getting another one to replace said item. Or, you think you have something stocked up but it ran out a long time ago, but since you hung on to a near empty containers, you thought you still had a good supply. Clutter fools you into thinking you have some needed items but you actually don’t. We spent the weekend going through our belongings and getting rid of clutter. This will help [More]
Author Michelle Medlock Adams is celebrating 24 years of a happy marriage. Here are her top 3 tips for keeping your marriage strong. Today, Jeff and I celebrate 24 years of marriage, and I couldn’t be happier about it. You see, I picked him out when I was in eighth grade. I was at my best friend’s house practicing for our upcoming cheer tryouts when I saw him. He was shooting hoops with my best friend’s older brother. “Who is that with Ryan?” I asked. “Oh that’s Jeff Adams,” Angie answered. I stared in his direction for a few minutes longer, [More]
I fully realize that most of us Americans cannot fathom a world in which food cannot be obtained from the supermarket or fuel cannot be obtained from the corner gas station or that the power grid could be offline for more than a few hours. Hardly anyone in the national media will even entertain the idea that anything catastrophic could ever happen in this country that would disrupt our lives for more than a few days. Additionally, the vast majority of pastors and churches refuse to deal with any of these issues and do their best to keep people comfortably [More]
A Kentucky 8th grade exam from 1912 was donated to the Bullitt County history museum. The questions feature the fundamental foundation of education that we seem to have lost due to the dumbing down of the American education system. Now with the common core epidemic we can see our youth transformed by a cookie cut education system and a near total loss of critical and independent thinking. If you can not read the fine print or zoom in, then here are some examples of 8th grade level testing in 1912. Define the following terms of government: Democracy, Limited Monarchy, Absolute [More]
“If you homeschool please read this article. You can listen to an interview of Charlotte Iserbyt by Jeff Rense on this subject here.”  Admin This is a call for ALL homeschoolers to pick up the phone IMMEDIATELY and call their U.S. Senators and DEMAND that they vote NO on Senator Lamar Alexander’s Every Child Achieves Act of 2015 (S.1177) which would reauthorize the Bush-era No Child Left Behind law until 2021. Phone number to call is: 202-224-3121. Homeschooled children are NOT being excluded from the INTERNATIONAL United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)-DICTATED GLOBAL WORKFORCE TRAINING AND VALUES AND [More]
“Just came across this site today. You can listen to Christian, news, sports and many other types of radio and TV stations from the US and around the world.”  Admin Streema is a free online radio tuner to discover, share, and listen to radio stations with your friends. Listen to more than 70,000 radio stations and watch more than 10,000 TV stations here at the Streema directory. For radio, we’ve made it unbelievably easy to find your favorite stations, listen to the music of your choice, find the top new songs and playlists, all in an easy to use web [More]
Preppers are always looking to learn additional skills and methods for survival. In some cases knowledge comes from reading prepper blogs like the Prepper Journal. Other times, you can obtain training from reputable instructors in disciplines like self-defense, weapons training and first aid. Yet another source that many people use are books. Books are a great prepper resource in my opinion that you shouldn’t neglect as part of your prepping efforts. They might not replace skills you can acquire by other means, but they are something that you may be able to fall back on as a source of information. [More]
By noreply@blogger.com (Activist) by Daisy Luther One of the most common reasons that people give for not prepping is the cost involved. People seem to have this mental image of a bedroom or basement dedicated to being filled to the rafters with cans of Chef-Boy-Ardee. They imagine someone going out and spending $5000 at a time for a year’s worth of food, or perhaps an 18-wheeler backing up into their driveway and unloading the contents with a forklift. It’s time to learn a whole new way to shop. Thrift is of the utmost importance if you want to be able [More]
A few weeks ago I wrote about how useful it would be to store thousands of books on an e-reader device, such as a Kindle. Surely, this isn’t the first time the idea has been proposed for the prepper community, but it deserves to be mentioned again. Planning to live without civilization means there will be times when we won’t have access to the skills we need. Society provides an immensely beneficial service to us, in the form of people who are specialized in certain tasks, such as doctors, mechanics, and electricians, etc. But despite spending their whole lives practicing [More]
Accolades continue to come in for the first feature-length film created by American Family Studios – and some of the responses to Summer Snow have eternal consequences. Summer Snow (DVD cover)Kendra White, co-director/co-writer for Summer Snow, explains the theme of the movie. “Summer Snow is a film about a little eight-year-old girl who has recently lost her mom,” she tells OneNewsNow. “The family is trying to regroup and come together, and the mom had sent the little girl a letter challenging her to change the world. We see how one person’s actions, how one life can make a difference.” Christian [More]
“You can make everyday a “be an angel” day if you want.”  Admin August 22nd is National Be an Angel Day, a holiday created to promote acts of kindness around the world. Here is a list of 10 ways you can celebrate this angelic holiday and bring a little heaven to earth. Read More  10 Ways You Can Be an Angel – Guideposts.
Half a century after the Supreme Court ruled to kick prayer and other religious elements out of public schools, many Christian students and teachers are still fighting to freely live out their beliefs in their school settings. Though even the most benign and personally motivated (i.e., not actually school- or state-sponsored) instances often draw lawsuits from those who oppose any religious expressions in the school setting, one tactic to get the Bible back in schools is sweeping the nation. These Texas students—and others across 43 states—are studying the Bible in their public school… legally. Watch this video to see how: [More]
In 1904, Britain’s King Edward VII invited William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, to Buckingham Palace to honor him for his contributions to society. When the king asked Booth to sign his autograph album, he wrote these timeless words: “Some men’s ambition is art. Some men’s ambition is fame. Some men’s ambition is gold. My ambition is the souls of men!” The Apostle Paul was apprehended by this same passion for souls, stating in Rom. 9:2-3: “I have great sorrow and unceasing anguish in my heart. For I could wish that I myself were cursed and cut off from [More]
I did it all wrong for years. And I was miserable! I’m talking about my attitude and my stinkin’ thinkin’ that was focused on the thought, “What about me?!” And it came out in my behavior: If I didn’t get my way all the time, I tried to control other people through my temper. I honestly didn’t know what my problem was until God spoke to my heart one day and said, “You’re selfish. You’ve studied My Word about spiritual warfare, prosperity, healing, having power and authority as a believer in Christ … but how much time have you studied [More]
“These timid pastors are doing zilch to motivate their congregations to have some kind of impact on our rapidly decaying society.  I guess it’s just easier to preach ear tickling sermons that won’t offend anyone … sad.”  Admin Many theologically conservative pastors agree the Bible speaks to key issues of the day, but research indicates only a handful of them say they will speak to it. On Thursday, George Barna – research expert and founder of The Barna Group – shared with American Family Radio’s “Today’s Issues” about new information he’s compiling at American Culture and Faith Institute over the [More]
At 18 months old, my son wakes up every morning with a mission: To eat, have fun and be shown love. At age 30, I wake up everyday with multiple missions. Not only am I raising my 18-month-old alongside my beautiful wife, but I am also working my full-time job, maintaining the personal property (house/ cars) and making sure my family stays safe and comfortable. I have no problem with these duties, as they are what I am called to do as a husband and father. Your mission might be very similar to mine. Maybe you have a boy or [More]
Famed actor and former U.S. Sen. Fred Thompson says Americans need be “mindful” of a government that undermines religious freedoms, and on July 18, he has a new movie coming out in theaters illustrating just how dangerous an overzealous government can be. “Persecuted” is a dramatic, fictional thriller about a popular preacher who dares resist a new “religious unity” bill being pushed by powerful players in Congress. The preacher soon finds himself toppled from the pulpit and a fugitive on the run for his life, all for refusing to compromise his freedoms of speech and religion. PERSECUTED – In theaters [More]
When I was a boy, my dad used to tell me that when he wasn’t around the house, I had to “be the man.” That sounded really important, so I loved it when he spoke those words. But things never really changed … I didn’t get to make the rules. What my dad was really saying was, “Behave for your mother and watch out for your siblings.” The truth is that manhood is a lot more than just bossing somebody around. The world has espoused some odd definitions of manhood … like, “Men get in touch with your sensitive side,” [More]
Last week my column “10 Men Christian Women Should Never Marry” went viral. More than 1.2 million people have shared that message so far—most likely because so many single men and women are seriously asking for guidelines on finding a compatible mate. In response I received numerous requests to share similar guidelines for men who are looking for wives. Since I am mentoring several young men right now and have seen a few of them marry successfully during the past few years, it wasn’t difficult to draft this list. These are the women I tell my spiritual sons to avoid: [More]
My wife and I raised four daughters—without shotguns in the house!—and three of them have already married. We love our sons-in-law, and it’s obvious God handpicked each of them to match our daughters’ temperaments and personality. I have always believed God is in the matchmaking business. If He can do it for my daughters, He can do it for you. Today I have several single female friends who would very much like to find the right guy. Some tell me the pickings are slim at their church, so they have ventured into the world of online dating. Others have thrown [More]
“Somewhat lengthy but very interesting article about archaeological discoveries giving support to the Biblical accounts of the kingdoms of David and Solomon and answering critics who say such kingdoms didn’t exist.”  Admin For one who loves biblical studies and is intensely interested in its intersection with history and archaeology, the potential impact of the latter on the former deserves attention. In various academic and popular settings, numerous scholars in these fields make sweeping statements about the disjuncture between archaeology and/or history and the Bible. Those statements are made with authority and have widespread impact, even on an evangelical audience. How [More]
Author and father of four daughters, Kevin Leman discusses the indelible imprint a father leaves on his daughter’s life.  cbn.com
 Visit the site here to watch trailer. The Story ALONE YET NOT ALONE is based on an inspiring true story taken from a novel of the same name written by Tracy Leininger Craven and depicts a family at a critical juncture in America’s history. Fleeing religious persecution in Germany, the Leininger family seeks a new start in uncharted country – America. It is the mid-1700s and British and French forces are struggling for control over the abundant resources of this new territory here. Despite the escalating tension mounting around them, the Leiningers give thanks and praise for the sparkling streams [More]