Can We Pray In Jesus’ Name? Yes!

January 29th, 2011 | Posted by admin in Articles - (Comments Off on Can We Pray In Jesus’ Name? Yes!)

Over the next few weeks, Shane is revisiting articles that drew the most feedback in 2010. Here is number five… This article has special significance for me. I was able to pray in Jesus’ name last Tuesday, Jan. 25th, at the City Council meeting in Lancaster. This is a priviledge that should not be taken …
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Here’s why November 2nd is so Important. Vote! – Article 2

October 30th, 2010 | Posted by admin in Articles - (Comments Off on Here’s why November 2nd is so Important. Vote! – Article 2)

One of the most controversial issues of our time is the question of mixing religion and politics. One group believes that the church should be used as a political platform, the other advocates passivity. So, what’s the answer?

First and foremost, we cannot deny our primary responsibility: To encourage people to turn to Christ as their Lord and Savior. This is how America will “truly” change from the inside out. The No. 1 problem in America is not a political problem; it’s a spiritual problem called sin. The primary goal of the church is not to become a political movement, but a spiritual influence. Christianity has influenced large-scale changes because it first transformed the hearts of men and women.

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Here’s Why November 2nd is so Important. Vote!

October 23rd, 2010 | Posted by admin in Articles - (Comments Off on Here’s Why November 2nd is so Important. Vote!)

Mandatory Euthanasia Bill: What many call genocide, Congress calls necessary to curtail rising healthcare costs. In the hope of reclaiming financial stability, many legislators plan to sign a mandatory Euthanasia Bill. In defense of the Bill, some State Representatives claim that abortion has helped to offset rising health care costs. This new legislation will include those with terminal or chronic illnesses—life will be terminated when rehabilitation is uncertain, and/or when lingering illnesses threaten the economy. Those with criminal records, and the elderly, are also being considered. The bill is expected to take effect late next year.

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