Children That Are Born Everyday are Still Unwanted!

Children That Are Born Everyday are Still Unwanted!

Most people would agree with the statement that all life is valuable. The statistics of more than 50 million babies being aborted since abortion in America was legalized in 1973 calls the question. What is really valuable to the church? Along with this statistic is the overwhelming number of children that are born but unwanted, living on the streets or in foster care/orphanages around the world. Each year over 800,000 children go in and out of America’s Foster Care System…. Around the world, millions of children are orphaned, hungry and abused. This article by Kinsey Thurlow calls us to answer this question… Is the Church ready for the abortion law to change?….h168(); Life is valuable in the womb, and we must see that … Read entire article »

Disney’s “Gay Day” cause hundreds of unaware families to leave park

June 6th, 2011 Comments Off

A Christian conservative group protested Disney World’s annual Gay Day by flying a warning message over the park. The Florida Family Association contracted a plane to fly over the park dragging a giant banner that reads, “Warning Gay Day At Disney.”h168(); The group said it flew similar banners on Friday and Saturday: “Thanks to the generosity of many supporters, Florida Family Association contracted this aircraft company to fly a seven foot high banner for ten hours the day before and ten hours the day of Gay Pride Day at Disney World.” The group estimates as many as 10,000 unaware people exit the park because they are offended by the gay event. From: http://ontopmag.com/article.aspx?id=8569&MediaType=1&Category=26 … Read entire article »

Love and Worship through the lense of Luke 7

June 1st, 2011 Comments Off

“When one of the Pharisees invited Jesus to have dinner with him, he went to the Pharisee’s house and reclined at the table. A woman in that town who lived a sinful life learned that Jesus was eating at the Pharisee’s house, so she came there with an alabaster jar of perfume. As she stood behind him at his feet weeping, she began to wet his feet with her tears. Then she wiped them with her hair, kissed them and poured perfume on them.” Luke 7:36-38 This is one of the most beautiful things I have ever read in Scripture. This woman was a known “sinner”. The term sinner here could mean many things, but calling a woman back then a known … Read entire article »

May 26th, 2011 Comments Off

when i think of the word ‘genuine’ i think of a person who is willing to get to know you as a person; someone who is willing to sit down and talk. someone who is willing to know you – the real you – in a meaningful and real way. now – this sounds great and fine. but is it really possible to be that genuine with everyone i come into contact with? let me answer that for you: no. it simply is unrealistic for me to walk around truly caring that much about each and every person i stop and say hello to. but is it possible to be genuine to an extent that people feel loved and as if i was … Read entire article »

Interview with Worship Leader Sierra White from @CMJukeBox

May 10th, 2011 Comments Off

Sierra White’s Contact Info: SierraNichole.com iSierraNichole@gmail.com www.twitter.com/iSierraNichole http://on.fb.me/gUIKrx Sierra White lives in Pennsylvania and leads worship with Sean Tymeson and her Church’s Band at Lighthouse of Faith in Canton, PA–Pastored by Pastor Sean Tymeson. Sierra’s vision is to see lives changed by the Power and Presence of God and to see lives transformed into Christ-likeness following encounter with the Holy Spirit. CMJukebox: How did you know that Worship Leading was your calling and how young were you when you first started? Sierra: Well, I was 6 when I started singing in front of church and 13 when i started singing on Worship Teams. The first time I ever led worship I was 16 and was going to a Christian School and the girl who normally led was sick … Read entire article »

May 10th, 2011 Comments Off

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)–Prior to my present place of ministry, I spent more than 20 years consulting with churches across America. I have also had the wonderful opportunity to research churches primarily in the United States. Over time I began to notice certain patterns or signs that would indicate a congregation might be headed for trouble. After reviewing my consultation notes and research, I found 10 warning signs for churches. If a church had four or more of these signs present, I would let the leadership know that remedial efforts were in order. If six or more signs were present, I was concerned that the congregation was in immediate trouble. The warning signs below are not listed in any particular order. Nor are … Read entire article »

May 9th, 2011 Comments Off

College dorm rooms are not known for being luxurious, but after spending two days experiencing homelessness, Central Bible College (Springfield, Missouri) students gained a greater appreciation for the blessing of guaranteed shelter and a greater sense of compassion for those who are not so fortunate. From March 31 – April 2, 65 CBC students endured freezing temperatures and empty stomachs to gain a small understanding of what it’s like to be homeless through an event called In Their Shoes. Chelsea Chavez, CBC Student Government vice president, suggested the In Their Shoes concept after hearing about a similar event that took place at her friend’s school. “We did it to raise awareness on campus, one about the poverty going on in Springfield and all over the world. And two, so that we could get … Read entire article »

May 5th, 2011 Comments Off

Anguish is not a word we hear in the Church. David Wilkerson tackles a topic most churches are afraid of dealing with. For too long the Church has mirrored the World. We allow sin in our leadership, sin in our congregations and sin in our churches without calling it sin and dealing with it. Where is the anguish in the Church? Why are Christians staying in their Churches while the world is going to hell? Why are we content with our programs and our little “church lives” and we forget that the world is going to hell? David Wilkerson calls the Church to rise up! To begin to fast and pray and stop focusing on Christian fluff-the programs, the agendas. We have to take on the … Read entire article »