Grace Christian Fellowship – Bringing Grace Around the World

    By Fred Comella Events of the last month have certainly gotten the attention of the nation, and frankly the world. The political divisiveness in our country and rising tension around the globe...

Pastor’s son lived with a drag queen, but God’s truth led him out of gay lifestyle

    By Mark Ellis His father was a Southern Baptist minister with Elvis sideburns. As the oldest of four, he dutifully attended church with his family in Tennessee. “Around the age of...

America Closing In On Civil And Global War

By Chuck Baldwin  America is edging closer and closer to both civil and global war. There isn’t much unity in the “United” States these days. Resentment, bitterness, anger, and hatred in...

Ark Encounter

By Joanna Voynik   Spring 2017   Noah, My Dear Friend, As excited as I was to receive your invitation to come for a long-overdue visit, nothing could compare to the wonderful and...

What To Do When Your Child Comes Out

Editor’s note: The world has declared June “Pride Month” for LGBT causes, but Christians know that sin is not something in which there is any pride to be found. This article might offer...

Truth Has Become Un-American

  Do the Russians and Chinese understand the true reason for Washington’s hostility toward them? Or to whom the U.S. military/security complex is truly answering? An overwhelming majority of...

Local News

  • There’s a New Shepherd on the Hill…

    There’s a New Shepherd on the Hill…

     By Karen J. Kanatzar   …Keeping watch over his flock by night.  Rick Bringhurst felt a “touch” on his shoulder by his Heavenly Father about six years ago to take up his staff and rod to head for the ministry to a special fold of sheep.  Rick and his wife Kelly have been a self-employed […]

  • Dobson: Christians need mass exodus from public schools

    Dobson: Christians need mass exodus from public schools

    By Bob Unruh   Dr. James Dobson, who founded Focus on the Family and now delivers his Christian and pro-family advice through Family Talk, is once again encouraging parents to withdraw their children from public schools.   At least partly because he’s “shocked” at the values, or lack thereof, exhibited...

  • Word of Life to Celebrate Opening Student Center in Upstate New York

    Word of Life to Celebrate Opening Student Center in Upstate New York

    By Good News Today staff   Word of Life, a nondenominational Christian organization, is set for the grand opening of its 40,000-square-foot Bollback Student Life Center (BSLC) in Pottersville, NY in April, 2017. Named in honor of the co-founder of Word of Life, Harry Bollback, and located on Schroon Lake in the...

  • Towards a RI Family Institute…

    Towards a RI Family Institute…

    By Pastor Dave Aucoin   There is hope for Rhode Island.  Please continue to pray as we put together an advisory board and work towards raising funds.  Our budget for the 1st year needs to be at least $150,000 to bring on an Executive Director. Those wishing to assist in establishing the RI Family Institute...

  • Rhode Island student kicked out of school for refusing the HPV vaccine

    Rhode Island student kicked out of school for refusing the HPV vaccine

    By Vicki Batts   (Natural News) Schools in Rhode Island’s Coventry District are taking the vaccine mandates to new heights. Recently, three middle school students were quarantined at school until a parent or guardian came to take them home. Why? Because the adolescents had not received the HPV vaccine — a...

  • Starbucks to conservatives: Please come back

    Starbucks to conservatives: Please come back

    By The Horn For years, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has thumbed his nose at conservatives – and it has hurt sales. Now Schultz is on his way out the door, and the company wants conservatives to come back. After five straight quarters of decreased sales, Schultz is leaving his post as CEO and will be […]







Health

News

  • Illustrating the need for religious liberty

    Illustrating the need for religious liberty

    By Bonnie Pritchett   (WNS)–An address by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to a group of Christian attorneys drew fire and false accusations from media sources. The incident served to illustrate the theme of Sessions’ speech—the essential role of religious liberty in America and the need to preserve...

  • Applebees franchisee: We have 1,000 fewer servers because of New York’s minimum wage hike

    Applebees franchisee: We have 1,000 fewer servers because of New York’s minimum wage hike

      By Scott McClallen   The New York food industry is slowing as the minimum wage rises, and one CEO explains how businesses are responding. Fox News’ Stuart Varney interviewed Zane Tankel, CEO of Applebees’ franchises in New York, who said that his restaurants had to fire 1,000 servers in the past year...

  • Decalogue déjà vu

    Decalogue déjà vu

     By Bonnie Pritchett   (WNS)–Dispersed around the lawn of the Bloomfield, N.M., City Hall are monuments that bear witness to the influence of writings that have shaped American heritage: the Bill of Rights, the Gettysburg Address, the Declaration of Independence. One of the displays features the Ten...

  • The Ark Encounter Will be Permanently Lit with Rainbow Lights

    The Ark Encounter Will be Permanently Lit with Rainbow Lights

      By Leah Marieann Klett   Answers in Genesis founder Ken Ham has announced the ministry’s Noah’s Ark-themed park will now be permanently lit up with rainbow lights as a reminder that God owns the rainbow – not the LGBT community. On Facebook, Ham shared a photo of The Ark Encounter in...

  • Christian geologist wins fight over Grand Canyon rocks

    Christian geologist wins fight over Grand Canyon rocks

      National Park Service approves research permit after a four-year delay By Leigh Jones   (WNS)–The National Park Service has finally agreed to let a Christian geologist collect rock samples from the Grand Canyon for research. Andrew Snelling, who has a Ph.D. in geology from the University of Sydney,...

Inspiration

  • It’s All About Your Attitude

    It’s All About Your Attitude

      By Carol Round GROVE, OK (ANS) — “This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it” — Psalm 118:24 When I saw the following post on a friend’s Facebook page, I had to share it with my readers: A famous writer was in his study and […]

  • Selfies Scavenger Hunt MINISTRY TIP

    Selfies Scavenger Hunt MINISTRY TIP

      By Rev. Doug Forbes A Selfies Scavenger Hunt is a great team building activity.  Your young people will learn new things about their community, make new friends and they will have a lot of fun. For a Selfies Scavenger Hunt, you need: smart phones or digital cameras, reflective clothing, a perimeter to stay within,...

  • THE MAYONNAISE JAR…AND COFFEE

    THE MAYONNAISE JAR…AND COFFEE

        By Laura Bankston   When things in your life seem almost too much to handle, when 24 hours in a day are not enough, remember the mayonnaise jar…and the coffee…A professor stood before his philosophy class and had some items in front of him. When the class began, wordlessly, he picked up a...

  • One Couple’s Odd Request Of Strangers That Ushered In A ‘God Moment’ And Began A Path Of Healing

    One Couple’s Odd Request Of Strangers That Ushered In A ‘God Moment’ And Began A Path Of Healing

    By Bri Lamm [Faithit.com] You’ve probably heard the phrase “Be kind, for everyone is fighting a battle you know nothing about.” Taylor Fisher and her husband Chris experienced this firsthand on their trip to Disney World earlier this month. She shared the moment on Facebook saying: “I have...

  • Bottle Cap Bible Scenes MINISTRY TIP

    Bottle Cap Bible Scenes MINISTRY TIP

      By Rev. Doug Forbes Bottle cap art will help your young people tap their creativity, teach them the importance of recycling and its’s a lot of fun too! For Bottle Cap Bible Scenes you need:  Bibles, Bible concordances, heavy poster board or cardboard, tacky glue, glitter, fine tip markers and all sizes and...







Books

Movies

  • Production Wraps on Adult Film Docu-Series “Ten Million Throwaways”

    Production Wraps on Adult Film Docu-Series “Ten Million Throwaways”

    By Michael Ireland LOS ANGELES, CA (ANS) – From ex-adult stars and recovering sex addicts, to the leading US organizations that exist to combat the flow-on effects of the adult entertainment pandemic, a new documentary uncovers the illegal operating practices of this multi-billion dollar industry which continues to...

  • Ministries Making Movies: FamilyLife Takes Aim at Theaters with Like Arrows

    Ministries Making Movies: FamilyLife Takes Aim at Theaters with Like Arrows

    By Jacob Sahms  Bob Lepine is the co-host of the daily radio program FamilyLife Today, heard in two hundred markets across the United States. Since joining FamilyLife in 1992, Lepine has applied the lessons he learned in mainstream and Christian radio to his many responsibilities within the FamilyLife umbrella. A...

  • Dunkirk Movie: WW2 Mayhem and Miracles

    Dunkirk Movie: WW2 Mayhem and Miracles

    By Rusty Wright   MOUNT HERMON, CA (ANS) – When your back’s against the wall, and the enemy’s closing in fast, and all hope appears lost, it might be a good time to consider praying. That’s what faced England in May 1940.  In early World War 2, Hitler’s war machine had roared through...

  • Award-winning Filmmaker Warns that Suicide Rates Will Soon Explode

    Award-winning Filmmaker Warns that Suicide Rates Will Soon Explode

    By Jen Thompson LOS ANGELES – Experts report that suicide in the United States has already reached epidemic proportions, with more than 40,000 taking their lives each year. The rate for teens has tripled since the 1950s, and suicide is now the second leading cause of death among college students. Filmmaker Ray...

  • ‘All Saints’ spotlights tiny church that aided 65 refugees

    ‘All Saints’ spotlights tiny church that aided 65 refugees

    John Corbett stars in film opening nationwide Aug. 25 By Michael Foust When 65 needy refugees from Southeast Asia began attending Michael Spurlock’s tiny church in Smyrna, Tenn., about a decade ago, he didn’t hesitate to welcome them, even though the struggling congregation was on the verge of closing its doors....