American Independence Started With A Prayer

America’s fight for independence from British rule began with Scripture and prayer. On Sept. 7, 1774, the gathering of America’s First Continental Congress summoned a minister from Philadelphia named Jacob Duché to lead the assembly in prayer. John Adams, who was present at this historic meeting  wrote to his wife Abigail describing the event: “Accordingly the […]

Remembering The Brave

While the American nation is remembering this Memorial Day weekend with grief all the faithful who died serving the country’s armed forces, another sad incident of death took place in Egypt today where 28 Coptics were murdered for simply being Christians. The Associated Press reported security officials as saying witnesses saw between eight and 10 attackers, dressed in […]

Voting: A Christian Duty

Although as Christians, we are primarily citizens of another kingdom (John 18:36; Luke 17:20,21), Jesus taught us that we should “render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s” (Mark 12:17). God established the governments of this world “there is no authority except from God, and the authorities that exist are appointed by God” (Romans 13:1,2,7). […]

Loving The Haters

Ahmad Khan Rahami, 28, was captured after he was charged by federal prosecutors in both New Jersey and New York with planting a series of bombs across the two states, including a pressure cooker bomb that exploded on West 23rd Street in Manhattan on last Saturday injuring 31 people. It is very sad that the […]

The World Watches A Little Boy!

CNN presented a report that touched the world. Its about a little boy by the name of Omran Daqneesh. Bloodied and covered with dust, he clings to the man who pulled him from the rubble of his bombed-out home. The world watches him sitting silently in total chock in an ambulance awaiting help. What is […]

The Shooting In Florida

Omar Mateen, 29, of Fort Pierce, Florida was the gunman that launched an assault on a gay nightclub early Sunday. He shot Forty-nine people and killed them and wounded another fifty-three. The shooting in Orlando at Pulse, which has the reputation of being “the hottest gay bar” in the city was packed with more than 300 people […]