Calling on President Trump to Help Find Missing U.S. Missionary, Jerry Krause

One of the most influential Iowan pastors involved in politics, religious freedom, and pro-life advocacy, Pastor Terry Amann, met privately with then-presidential candidate Donald Trump in April 2015. In less than one year from becoming President Trump, he successfully helped release one pastor who had been languishing in an Iranian prison, keeping his promise to a request Amann made when they first met. Last year, Amann described how President Trump kept his promise. This year, Amann is again asking for… Read more

More Perversion Touted as ‘News,’ This Time, ‘Gay Dads Give Birth’

Just when you think you’ve heard it all, something more outlandish happens defying the boundaries of biology, sanity, and common sense. Read more

The Lunar Zodiac Points To None Other Than Jesus Christ

The Lunar Zodiac is believed to be one of the most ancient scientific subjects ever studied. It follows the moon, not the sun, and is divided into twenty-eight sections called “the Mansions of the Moon.” The Mansions are divided into twelve parts or “steps.” Each of these steps within the Lunar Zodiac point to the same gospel and fulfilled prophecy as the twelve solar signs and their 36 decans. And, each of the moon’s 28 Mansions parallel and correspond to a… Read more

Find Out What This Stethoscope Reveals [video]

This video is worth watching for two minutes. Listening to the stethoscope offers great insight into how we look at life and ourselves. Read more

Actor Stephen Baldwin in One-Man Show Portrays Thief on Cross at Calvary [video]

Have you ever wondered what the thief’s perspective was, who was nailed to the cross next to Jesus on Calvary? Can a thief go to heaven? How does someone get to heaven? Pastor Colin Smith addressed these questions in his book, Heaven, How I Got Here: A Night with the Thief on the Cross, which was adapted into a play and now a film. The dialogue is based on the Luke 23 account of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, the pivotal event… Read more

Should Christians Memorize Bible Verses for Profit? [video]

Should Christian teens memorize Bible verses in a competition to win $100,000– in a commercialized game show? According to, the answer is yes. This year marked production of the second season of “The National Bible Bee Game Show” hosted by actor Kirk Cameron in which four teenagers compete. (There’s also a “Jr.” version, in which younger contestants can win $50,000.) The show’s site quotes Cameron as saying, “this is what it’s about – proclaiming God’s word.” Really? Competing for money over… Read more

When Did Americans Start Celebrating the Easter Bunny?

The Easter Bunny first gained popularity in America in the early twentieth century. It was depicted as a colorful rabbit bringing Easter eggs and candy in a basket to small children. First called the Easter Hare, and made popular by German Lutherans, the bunny was supposed to judge whether or not children had been “good or bad.” The bunny’s story came to America via German immigrant tradition, similar to “Christkind,” the German precursor to what became America’s Santa Claus. According to… Read more

Is Easter a Revised Version of Baal and Ashtaroth Worship? (video)

The history of Israel was interconnected to pagan worship that God prohibited. God repeatedly commanded the Old Testament prophets and His faithful leaders to destroy temples and idols dedicated to these false gods and redirect His people to worship Him alone. At the time, the pagan gods most revered were Baal and Ashtaroth, known as Tammuz and Ishtar, respectively, in other cultures. They were depicted on stones and placed on high poles and altars. Near the poles, male and child… Read more

Do You Know What Easter Eggs Have to do with Lent?

Even though the U.S. government doesn’t recognize Easter or Lent as official holidays, an Annual Easter Egg Roll takes place every Monday following Easter Sunday on the lawn of the White House. But why Easter Eggs? Where does the idea come from, as it wasn’t part of most settlers’ way of life in early America. (Although Anglican and Lutheran immigrants celebrated a liturgical calendar that included Lent and Easter, but Baptists, Congregationalists, Presbyterians, and Puritans, didn’t.) And, Easter wasn’t celebrated as… Read more

Aries: The Promise of Deliverance & Eternal Life

Interestingly, the secular horoscope begins with Aries most likely because astrologers thought the sun’s position was in the Aries constellation at the time of the spring equinox. (Although many argue that the sun wasn’t in Aries on the dates originally thought.) Secular astrology maintains that Aries is a ram, following the Egyptian and Persian traditions. The Egyptians celebrated a feast in honor of the Ram before the full moon prior to the spring equinox. On the fourteenth day of the moon… Read more

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