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Thursday, August 21st
                                              Justin Peters in our Memphis, TN., TV Studio on August 21st, 2014.We helped Justin film 12 programs in two days for our fall 2014 programmingand now we...
Thursday, August 21st
America's Best Main Street Winner: Collierville, Tennessee! (Home Town of Worldview Weekend Headquarters). Come to our training institute October 3 & 4 or our Contend 2015 conference in January...
Wednesday, August 20th
If some psychopaths were running around crucifying and beheading lots of people and then they said that they wanted to drown my family “in blood” I would be inclined to take them seriously.  But so...
Wednesday, August 20th
It has been ten days since a police officer shot and killed an African-American man in St. Louis, and there have been increasing calls for pastors to speak up about it. In fact yesterday morning I...
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Monday, August 4th
Author(s): Clint Archer

       This is a long story, but I’ll keep it short. In 1878 Floyd Hatfield had a pig. Somehow this pig got a tiny bit of its ear bitten off or otherwise severed, or so Hatfield claimed. You see, on the other side of Tug Fork river on the border of Kentucky and West Virginia, lived a family called the McCoys. The McCoys notched their pigs’ ears, to be able to identify them if they got stolen. When Randolph McCoy saw the notched hog in a Hatfield sty, he accused Floyd Hatfield of swine theft. The matter soon escalated into a bitter lawsuit. Randolph McCoy took Floyd Hatfield to court over the...

Sunday, August 3rd

Ruth 2:12-16: Refuge Under His Wings by Pastor Mike Abendroth. Watch now before this program rolls into the Situation Room. Click here to watch: www.wvwtv.com

Friday, August 1st

WVWT-TV Presents: A Model for Christian Education   In this interview with Doug Rolfe, Mike and Doug discuss a model for Christian education that is highly successful. Doug talks about the recent course he attended called Creation Apologetics Teachers College and how it has better prepared him to be a teacher and evangelist. Mike and Doug discuss the techniques used in the course that made it a success. Also included is the announcement for the 2015 offering of the Creation Apologetics Teachers College. Watch this program now before it rolls into the Situation Room. Click here to watch now at...

Friday, August 1st
Author(s): Mike Riccardi

The Old Testament had much to say about the presence of God. Throughout the history of Israel, God’s presence was mediated through fire (Exod 3:6; Deut 5:4), through blazing light (Exod 33:18–23), through visions (Ezek 1:28) and angels (Jdg 6:21–22; cf. 13:21–22), through the temple worship (Pss 27:4; 63:1–2), and even through God’s own Word (1 Sam 3:21). But with the coming of Jesus and the New Covenant era, the glory of God’s presence is now uniquely and supremely manifested “in the face of Christ” (2 Cor 4:6). This makes sense, of course, because Christ is the perfect “image of God” (2 Cor...

Thursday, July 31st
Author(s): Cliff Kincaid

The usually astute Jake Tapper of CNN aired a story on Tuesday about “global exasperation” with Vladimir Putin over Ukraine. The consensus was that Putin is in trouble, not the West. Tapper played an old clip of George W. Bush, who once called Putin “straightforward” and “trustworthy,” saying that the rising price of oil had “changed” the old KGB spy. Still, journalist David Remnick was shown saying that Putin’s aggression had only succeeded in putting him in a “box.” He wondered how this “isolated” Russian leader would find “a way out of this.” So there’s really no reason for Americans to be...

Thursday, July 31st
Author(s): Michael Synder

If the worst Ebola outbreak in recorded history reaches the United States, federal law permits "the apprehension and examination of any individual reasonably believed to be infected with a communicable disease".  These individuals can be "detained for such time and in such manner as may be reasonably necessary".  In other words, the federal government already has the authority to round people up against their will, take them to detention facilities and hold them there for as long as they feel it is "reasonably necessary".  In addition, as you will read about below, the federal government has...

Wednesday, July 30th
Author(s): Cliff Kincaid

With momentum building for legislation called the Russian Aggression Prevention Act of 2014, the “progressives” who were in Moscow’s back pocket during the “Cold War” are now being mobilized to save Vladimir Putin’s Russia from a tough Western response to the invasion of Ukraine. A NATO summit scheduled for September 4 and 5, 2014, at Newport, Wales, in the United Kingdom, is shaping up as a major target for street protests. The “Stop the War” coalition, based in London, predicts the “biggest protests in a generation,” in order to stop NATO’s “war on the world.” Opposition to NATO is building...

Wednesday, July 30th
Author(s): Phyllis Schlafly

Obamacare has proven again to be the biggest legislative failure in history, with last week’s ruling that its subsidies are illegal. These subsidies induced some 5 million Americans to sign up for Obamacare, but are prohibited by law as held by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in Halbig v. Burwell. This humiliation to the Obama Administration was a devastating setback to legislation already disfavored by a 59-40% margin among the public, according to the latest CNN poll. Twice as many Americans say they are being hurt rather than helped by Obamacare. Officially known as the...

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