Pastor Jim Ricci To Head Up Regional Biblical Counseling Center

By Judith Ryder   “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: That the man of God may be...

Do You Love Me, Dad?

  By Pastor Ed Collins Little Sammy’s eyes look up from his bowl of Cheerios as his dad, his hero, shuffles into the kitchen with a nod and a sudden burst of speed towards the coffee maker. If the...

The New Red Scare

  By Robert Romano   This is getting ridiculous. The Washington Post published a story on Dec. 9 that the Central Intelligence Agency has concluded in a classified briefing to the Senate, which was...

Mary Worship, Purgatory and 3 More Big Problems With Roman Catholic Theology

By Shane Idleman   I recently had the privilege of meeting a priest of a large parish in Southern California. The purpose of our conversation was to discuss the role of tradition in light of...

Extracting Aleppo from the Propaganda

The mainstream U.S. news has supplied a consistent narrative regarding Syria that treats the “rebels” as the good guys and the “regime forces” as the bad guys, but it has never been that...

2016 Year in Review – Obituaries

                                   January 2 | Protesters, led by Ammon and Ryan Bundy, take over a wildlife refuge in Oregon and...

Local News

  • Christian Motorcycle Association Forming New Local Chapter

    Christian Motorcycle Association Forming New Local Chapter

    By Stan Winman   Can you believe the 2017 motorcycle riding season is right around the corner? The weather might tend to make you feel it is a long way away but I have good news. We are starting a new Christian Motorcyclists Association (CMA) forming chapter in Scituate RI and will be having our […]

  • HOPE – Never Give Up!

    HOPE – Never Give Up!

    By Renee Dumont/Health Coach   I realize that some of you have been struggling with food or other addictions for so long that you are all out of hope. When we lose hope we lose our desire to live and to experience life differently and abundantly, so we just live day to day not caring […]

  • Word of Life Opens Shed for Clothing Drop Off Project

    Word of Life Opens Shed for Clothing Drop Off Project

    By Cathy Licciardi   A local church has opened a shed to begin collecting clothing and other gently used items.   Word of Life Covenant Church located at 1308 Phenix Ave. Cranston, RI has teamed up with St. Pauly Textile Inc., a used clothing collection company that was founded 20 years ago in Rochester NY...

  • Multi-Cultural Day

    Multi-Cultural Day

    By Julie Villeneuve   Students of Mullein Hill Christian Academy, 25 Staples Shore Rd. in Lakeville, enjoyed learning about many different countries and cultures at their Multi-Cultural Day before Thanksgiving break.  “It’s a wonderful celebration of diversity, the many different people groups which...

  • Customer blesses pregnant waitress with $900 tip

    Customer blesses pregnant waitress with $900 tip

    By WND A waitress in Arizona – who is nine months pregnant and is expecting some big medical bills – was touched to the point of tears when she received a massive 1,468 percent tip from two unidentified customers. Sarah Clark, a waitress at the Pita Jungle in Phoenix, received the $900 gratuity on a $61.30...

  • Celebrating Our 12 Year Anniversary of Marriage, (Motivanories!)

    Celebrating Our 12 Year Anniversary of Marriage, (Motivanories!)

    By Sam and Blossom Opidarem   First and foremost, we bless the name of the Lord, God Almighty, for bringing us this far, despite all odds, despite all advances of the adversaries, all stumbling blocks or mountains that have been cast out!   Secondly, we are happy to have celebrated the 13th year of the...







Health

  • Health Briefs

    Health Briefs

    Mother sues abortionists for misleading consent forms (WNS)–When Jessica Duran walked into Southwest Women’s Options in Albuquerque, N.M., in 2012, she was cash-strapped, depressed, and 12 weeks pregnant. Center staff told her she could have an abortion, and on one of her visits handed her a single document to...

  • U.S. psychiatrists speak out against euthanasia

    U.S. psychiatrists speak out against euthanasia

    American Psychiatric Association’s new policy only applies to the non–terminally ill By Kiley Crossland (WNS)–The largest organization of psychiatrists in the world has rejected its members’ involvement in euthanasia for non–terminally ill patients. The American Psychiatric Association (APA) assembly and...

  • Texas defunds Planned Parenthood, to cut $3.1 million in Medicaid from abortion giant

    Texas defunds Planned Parenthood, to cut $3.1 million in Medicaid from abortion giant

    By Lisa Bourne AUSTIN, Texas (LifeSiteNews) – Planned Parenthood has officially been cut off from government funding through Texas’ Medicaid program. Misconduct and violations of acceptable medical standards were among the causes cited in the final legal notice delivered to Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast (PPGC)...

  • Safety concerns and hidden agenda behind HPV vaccines: another generation of drug-dependent society?

    Safety concerns and hidden agenda behind HPV vaccines: another generation of drug-dependent society?

    By Professor Mahin Khatami, PhD Analyses of data and hidden agenda behind repeated failed outcomes of cancer research and therapy, status of American health, safety concerns for HPV vaccines and future research considerations are summarized in this commentary. A closer look at cancer science reveals that highly power...

  • New laser technology being tested to protect crops from birds, rats and pests as alternative to poison

    New laser technology being tested to protect crops from birds, rats and pests as alternative to poison

    By J. D. Heyes (NaturalNews) It’s not often these days that we get to view rapidly advancing technology in a favorable light, but this is one of those rare occasions where high-tech is an incredibly good thing. As reported by the BBC, researchers are bringing high-tech to agriculture, as a way to raise crops...

News

  • College calls Christian speech ‘disorderly conduct,’ gets sued

    College calls Christian speech ‘disorderly conduct,’ gets sued

      By Joespeh Farah   (WND) – A Christian student prevented from sharing his faith due to restrictive and subjectively applied “free speech” rules at Georgia Gwinnett College has filed a 76-page lawsuit against 11 named college officials. “The First Amendment guarantees every student’s freedom...

  • Facebook Empowers Far-Left Group to Bury “Fake News”

    Facebook Empowers Far-Left Group to Bury “Fake News”

      By Paul Joseph Watson   (Infowars.com) – Facebook has announced it will empower Snopes, an organization with a clear left-wing bias, to bury so-called “fake news” on its news feed, a move that clearly opens the door for the outright censorship of conservative content and opinion. “To combat fake...

  • Federal judge puts baby burial rule on hold

    Federal judge puts baby burial rule on hold

        Regulation would require abortion centers and hospitals to stop treating dead babies like medical waste  By Samantha Gobba   (WNS)–Texas abortion centers can continue disposing of aborted baby body parts in sewer systems and landfills, due to a federal judge’s ruling Thursday. A law set to...

  • Former astronaut John Glenn dies

    Former astronaut John Glenn dies

        Time in space gave Glenn an awe of the universe By Leigh Jones and Ryan McKinnon   (WNS)–John Glenn, former astronaut and U.S. senator, died Dec. 8 in Columbus, Ohio. He was 95. Glenn was born July 18, 1921, in Cambridge, Ohio, and grew up in New Concord, Ohio, with the nickname “Bud.”...

  • Homeschoolers tagged as truant in major U.S. city

    Homeschoolers tagged as truant in major U.S. city

      By Bob Unruh   (WND) Education officials in New York City are submitting what amounts to “false reports” to those who enforce laws protecting the well-being of children of homeschooling families because they simply will not process the paperwork the families file in a timely fashion. So alleges a...

Inspiration

  • A Change I Have to Make

    A Change I Have to Make

      By Jack Wilkie Pessimism is just something I was born with. It’s a defensive mechanism of sorts, and it works like a charm. If you don’t get your hopes up, you aren’t disappointed if you don’t get the outcome you wanted. And, if you succeed, you get to be pleasantly surprised. Win-win, right? Not...

  • Are You REALLY Right With God?

    Are You REALLY Right With God?

      By Jack Wilkie Anybody who acknowledges the reality of hell – even those who only think there might be a hell – knows that nobody would want to go there. It’s a terrifying place. For that very reason, most people who consider hell a possibility want to convince themselves that they won’t end up...

  • Is It Crazy to be a Christian?

    Is It Crazy to be a Christian?

      By Jack Wilkie There are plenty of people in this world who would have you believe that it’s crazy to be a Christian. With atheists, agnostics, and “nones” (those who don’t affiliate with any religion or belief system) on the rise in America, open mockery of the Bible is something that is becoming more...

  • John Glenn’s faith grew stronger in space

    John Glenn’s faith grew stronger in space

      By Mark Ellis As an American astronaut he gained heroic stature when he became the first man to orbit the earth aboard Friendship 7 in 1962. Previously, he won five Distinguished Flying Crosses in World War II, and years later went on to become a U.S. Senator from Ohio. Perhaps less well known is that he...

  • Kind Words MINISTRY TIP

    Kind Words MINISTRY TIP

      By Rev. Doug Forbes Words are very powerful tools that should be used properly. We can use words that are helpful and kind, or we can use words that attack and hurt. Words can also be used to help or heal. We want to encourage our children to use kind words that will help […]







Books

Movies

  • Documentary ‘Is Genesis History?’ Explores the Biggest Questions

    Documentary ‘Is Genesis History?’ Explores the Biggest Questions

    Dr. Del Tackett and Renowned Scholars and Scientists Seek the Truth Behind Our Origins; In Cinemas Nationwide for One Night Feb. 23  Denver, Co – In the enlightening new documentary, IS GENESIS HISTORY?, Dr. Del Tackett takes audiences on a remarkable journey to explore evidence that supports historic claims of...

  • Greater: From Walk Over to Walk On

    Greater: From Walk Over to Walk On

      By Jacob Sahms   Football and faith deliver again in the once-in-a-lifetime story of Brandon Burlsworth (Christopher Severio), a star lineman at the University of Arkansas. But Burlsworth’s story was not always a success; without the mentoring of his older brother, Marty (Neal McDonough), who pushed...

  • Hidden Figures: Believing in What You Can’t See By Jacob Sahms   The world wouldn’t believe that African-American women would be behind the math and engineering that launched John Glenn into space in the 1960s, but the world will hear their story thanks to Hidden Figures. With strong performances from...

  • Sing: Raise Your Voice

    Sing: Raise Your Voice

      By Jacob Sahms   The latest animated film from Illumination Entertainment, Sing shares the story on a down-on-his-luck theater-managing koala whose big dreams lead him to the bottom … before he finds his way to the top. Voiced by well-known actors like Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Taron...

  • Bridge To Babylon Rome, Ecumenism And The Bible

    Bridge To Babylon Rome, Ecumenism And The Bible

      By Chris Pinto In 1881, two scholars named Westcott and Hort published a revision of the New Testament that would send shockwaves through the academic world. Their new textual theory declared that the King James Version (which had been trusted for centuries) was full of errors. Sacred readings, long cherished...