The three Korean Americans freed by North Korea after President Trump’s historic peace negotiations between North and South Korea, are on their way home. They are Kim Sang Duk, Kim Hak Song, and Dim Dong Chul. The first two were arrested and charged in 2017; Dim Dong Chul was arrested in 2015 and again in 2016. According to the Straits Times, Kim Hak Song worked at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology (PUST) overseeing agricultural development at the school’s farm. PUST… Read more

In a remarkable turn of events, the mainstream media is glorifying a First Lady it never consistently held in esteem. Listening to mourners and family members laud the Bush matriarch’s kindness was nauseating. Doesn’t anyone remember what Barbara Bush said about Donald Trump? President Trump was right to not attend her funeral, especially after the shameful manner in which the Bushes treated him and his family. Is it any wonder that a self-made billionaire would be criticized by a prideful… Read more

Christians throughout the Near- and Middle East have rightly denounced the war in Syria perpetrated by the United States (through the CIA as early as 2012 when it created ISIS) in a proxy war that is being fought over pipeline access that has nothing to do with chemical weapons. Unfortunately, most Americans do not understand the history of the region or that world powers have been fighting over this land before World War 1. What is happening in Yemen today… Read more

In April 2015 Iowa Pastor Terry Amann met privately with then-presidential candidate Donald Trump. In less than one year from becoming president, Trump successfully helped release Pastor Saeed who had been languishing in an Iranian prison, keeping his promise to a request Amann made when they first met. Last fall, Amann again asked for Trump’s help to find a missing U.S. missionary who was kidnapped in Africa in 2013. Newsmax published an open letter he wrote to President Trump on… Read more

On March 6 Texas Democrats primarily voted for Dallas Sheriff Lupe Valdez and PCA Church elder, Andrew White. Valdez is an open borders and sanctuary cities advocate and publicly advocates not complying with the federal law on illegal immigration. Because she did not receive 50 percent of the vote, Texas Democrats will have to vote in a run-off election in six weeks. Meet the two faces of her opponent, Andrew White. White is an elder at Christ the King Church in Spring Branch,… Read more

David Brody and Scott Lamb’s latest book, “The Faith of Donald J. Trump, A Spiritual Biography,” published by Harper Collins, is an absolute joy to read. It chronicles the history of the 45th president’s faith in two parts. The first takes the reader down memory lane, following the footsteps of Trump’s grandparents and parents to understand the cultural and religious influences that shaped his Christian worldview. The second focuses on Trump’s more recent statements about God, faith, forgiveness, and personal… Read more

Following every public school shooting in America, Christians have held vigils and prayed with the families and friends of victims and survivors. Faith is not absent during tragedy. In fact, people to turn to God in prayer, ask questions, and express anger, gratitude or grief. Many argue that school shootings would be minimized if schools hired security guards and staff were trained and armed, and there is a Biblical argument to support this. The right to life—and one’s right to… Read more

Billy Graham wants to tell people about the Cross. “The real cross of Christ is scarred and bloodstained. His was a rugged cross. It is the truth. He loves you and is willing to forgive you of all of your sins.” Billy Graham November 7, 1918 – February 21, 2018 Read more

According to the technology giant Apple, the most important holiday season to Christians worldwide is irrelevant and not a calendar event: Easter. Apple seems to forget that the western calendar is based on the birth of Jesus Christ, whose death and resurrection is the most pivotal event in history. In the west, the Roman Emperor Julian ordered the recording of time in 45 BC– marking before and after the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ: “AD,” for anno Domini, and “BC”… Read more

“I Lived on Parker Avenue,” is a 30-minute documentary about an alternative to abortion: adoption; and the impact it has on everyone involved. The film follows the real-life people who chose adoption over abortion, and the motivations of the heart of everyone involved who loves David Scotton, now a college student, and focus of the story. Schedule to be released on March 8, 2018, a free screening is open to the public starting this Friday at the following locations: Feb. 24  New… Read more

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