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Wednesday, July 23rd
A lifehack is a trick that makes common activities easier and more profitable. With many lifehacks, once you try them they seem common sense, and every other way of doing the same thing—even the way...
Tuesday, July 22nd
What Would Jesus Say To Today’s Religious Leaders and How Do Many of Them Twist The Meaning of Salt and Light? Click here to watch now on demand before this program rolls into the Situation Room for...
Tuesday, July 22nd
Adam and Eve were the only two human beings (apart from Christ) to enter into life with a will that was truly free. Unlike every one of their descendants, they alone began life with the ability to...
Tuesday, July 22nd
In general, over the last several decades the world has experienced an unprecedented era of peace and prosperity.  The opening up of relations with China and the "end of the Cold War" resulted in an...
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Sunday, July 20th

  WVW-TV Presents: The Bible the First Three Chapters   In this session Mike gives 20 important teachings in the first three chapters of Genesis that are critical to understanding the rest of the Bible. Some of these include: Who God is (His Character) The foundation for a Christian worldview Why we call Him Lord The beginning of the universe (space, time, and matter) The age of the earth Our understanding of science Our original relationship with God The consequences of sin The foundation for human rights Marriage (one man and one woman) Why all other gods are false gods...

Friday, July 18th
Author(s): Mike Riccardi

Last Friday, I posted some selections of Jonathan Edwards’ famous sermon, “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God,” since last Tuesday was the 273rd anniversary of the greatest sermon preached on American soil. If you haven’t read that post, I would invite you to read America’s greatest sermon for America’s greatest need. However, because I was on vacation last week, away from a computer, I wasn’t able to participate in the very disappointing comment thread that followed that post. The discussion was immediately derailed by objections to the doctrine of hell as the eternal conscious torment of...

Thursday, July 17th
Author(s): William Gray

As we continue to look at The Sermon on the Mount as recorded by the Apostle Matthew, we are reminded almost daily of some new failure on the part of the American Government. Many on all sides of the Political spectrum are commenting about the almost daily report of some new revelation of Government run amuck. Now we are seeing the unraveling of the Iraqi Government and, unbelievably, we are also seeing statements coming from the Obama administration indicating an effort to partner with Iran to help Iraq! The continuing saga of the internal revenue scandal gets more and more bizarre weekly,...

Thursday, July 17th
Author(s): Michael Synder

The basic necessities in life just keep getting more expensive.  On Tuesday, Hershey announced that the price of all of their chocolate bars is going to go up by about 8 percent.  That is particularly distressing to me, because I am known to love chocolate.  But if it was just chocolate that was becoming significantly more expensive perhaps that would be okay.  Last month, it was coffee.  J.M. Smucker, one of the largest coffee producers in the United States, announced that it planned to raise coffee prices by about 9 percent.  And Starbucks has announced a bunch of price increases across the...

Wednesday, July 16th
Author(s): Tom DeWeese

I first issued the following article in 2005. Since that time, planning groups like the American Planning Association and other Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that are involved in implementing sustainable development across the nation, vigorously deny that their programs have anything to do with the United Nations or Agenda 21. And they have gone on the attack through a variety of hit pieces and articles in major news magazines to label those of us fighting Agenda 21 as just kooky conspiracy theorists. Their main argument is that Agenda 21 is a “soft law” policy that has no enforcement...

Wednesday, July 16th
Author(s): Jesse Johnson

“What does your church do for evangelism?” A few years ago, when I was an outreach pastor at Grace Church in Los Angeles, I was at a meeting with a group of outreach pastors from other large churches in the country. The topic was what our churches do to transform our communities. When the question about what we “do for evangelism” was lobbed my way, I knew what the expected answer would look like: a list of programs. People around the table, many of them pastors at some of the most extreme program-driven and seeker-sensitive churches in the country, looked over to me. They were curious about...

Tuesday, July 15th
Author(s): Phyllis Schlafly

Americans are waking up to how bad Common Core really is for education, but its nightmare does not go away quickly. Liberal education bureaucrats (“educrats”) are now trying to enforce Common Core through the courts, with one lawsuit already filed in Oklahoma, and another likely in Louisiana. In both states the governors tried to get rid of Common Core, but parents are shocked that it may return by court order as unelected educrats claim they have more power than the state legislature and the governor combined. The Oklahoma legislature approved a law to repeal Common Core and the governor...

Tuesday, July 15th

WVW-TV Presents: The Biblical Fruit of a Spiritually Mature Christian (Part Three). Watch now before this program rolls into the Situation Room for members only:


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