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Depending on Jesus - One Day At A Time: A Lesson Through Suffering

On June 27th- 10 days ago- I had neck surgery. However, though it has been 10 days since the surgery, I am still not able to much of anything without help. 685 more words

Faith

What Freedom Means to Me, By Stacy Swimp

Dear Friends and Supporters:

I am honored to share that I have been featured as a “Thought Leader” in the ONE AMERICA – “Leaders Celebrating Freedom Together” series published in Houston Business Connections Magazine. 489 more words

Social Issues

BLACK MICHIGAN PASTORS SAY REPUBLICANS WHO FILED BRIEF SUPPORTING GAY MARRIAGE ARE RACIST

Detroit, Michigan, June 19th, 2014- A coalition of Republicans,  which includes a national activist opposed to affirmative action for Blacks, as well as a former Michigan Speaker of the House- who initially pushed for a ban on marriage redefinition- have filed a brief in the U.S. 708 more words

Social Issues

Christians Should Get Out To Vote In Primaries!

There are six states who are voting in primaries today today, including Virginia, South Carolina, Maine, Nevada, North Dakota.

There is also a run off election in Arkansas today. 790 more words

Social Issues

Conservatism is Both Useless and Powerless In Spiritual Warfare!

“The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds.”- II Corinthians 10:4… 486 more words

Tokenism and Cultural Incompetence: The Defects of the Republican Party

Recently, U.S. Senator Rand Paul met with a group of Black pastors in Memphis, TN. One of several attempts he’s made in the past year to reach out to Black voters, a demographic too-long-ignored by the GOP. 651 more words

Civil Unions: A Distortion of God's Family Design

“Civil unions are defined as a “civil partnership” or “registered partnership” that is legally recognized by government as ‘similar to marriage”

Homosexuals and Lesbians are not only pushing for marriage redefinition, but also to be recognized, alternatively, as a “civil union”, for the purpose being eligible for benefits usually given to a couple in a marriage between one man and one woman. 427 more words