WOODLAWN BAPTIST CHURCH TO CELEBRATE 125th YEAR ANNIVERSARY

By Judith Ryder   “Let us run with patience the race that is set before us, Looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith”. (Hebrews 12:1,2)   On May 10, 1893, one hundred...

God Can Wield a Mighty Blow with a Crooked Stick

By Mark Stephen Hoekstra   ESCONDIDO, CALIFORNIA (ANS) — Where does one start to share about a man who made such a difference in so many lives? My father said many times that he believed God...

Dear Church: It’s Time We Stop Idolizing the Millennials

By Jonathan Aigner A decade ago, my wife and I were a young newlywed couple in the process of launching our adult lives, among the first group of so-called millennials to do so. Having started out as...

Who Runs March for Our Lives?

By Daniel Greenfield Follow the money. It’s a strange political fact, but nearly every major anti-gun group has been a front group. The NRA is maligned 24/7 and yet it’s completely obvious whom...

Elegance

By Pastor Ed Collins River stone, sea glass, clouds in the sky… These are just a few things that come to mind when I think about one of my all-time favorite words, elegance. I won’t go so far as...

Red Flag Laws Mean Red Flag Rising

 By Chuck Baldwin  It took the State of Florida all of one week after a Republican house, senate, and governor passed one of the most draconian gun control bills in U.S. history to begin...

Local News

  • Invitation to the Holocaust Remembrance Day

    Invitation to the Holocaust Remembrance Day

    This year, for the very first time, the Evangelical community has been invited to participate in the annual Holocaust Remembrance Day (in Hebrew, “Yom HaShoah”), April 11, here in Rhode Island.   The commemoration will consist of an evening interfaith memorial service at Temple Emanu-El and a speaker...

  • Small Office Space needed for non-profit 501C3

    Small Office Space needed for non-profit 501C3

    The Blessing Way is looking for the donation of a small office space in the Providence area.  The Blessing Way is a faith-based, social service agency which seeks to reduce drug relapse and prison recidivism by providing supportive services and guidance to men and women who are returning to the Providence area from...

  • Dr. Scott Lively Discovers A Famous Massachusetts Governor In His Family Tree

    Dr. Scott Lively Discovers A Famous Massachusetts Governor In His Family Tree

      Roger Conant, Founder and First Governor of Salem, Of the First Wave of Pilgrim Immigrants, Arriving in 1624 on the Charity. According to various sources, including Wikipedia, Roger Conant was a devout and temperate Christian leader who led an exodus from the original Plymouth Colony to avoid violence and...

  • Earth Day(s) and Claiming God’s Place back from Evolutionists

    Earth Day(s) and Claiming God’s Place back from Evolutionists

    By Ted Hodkinson   I find it remarkable how the passing of Stephen Hawking has been so feted and recognized as a great loss to our human family.  Only two weeks before he died, Billy Graham passed away and it is almost the contrast between the passing’s of Princess Diana and Mother Teresa of Calcutta

  • PINEWOOD DERBY AT CENTRAL CONGO!

    PINEWOOD DERBY AT CENTRAL CONGO!

      By Doug Forbes The Central Congregational Church in Middleboro invites children kindergarten through sixth grade to participate in the annual Pinewood Derby/Grand Prix race.  The derby is part of the AWANA Club, a high energy program that includes sports, games, snacks, Bible stories, creative learning activities...

  • RIRTL Will Hold Their Annual Oratory Contest

    RIRTL Will Hold Their Annual Oratory Contest

     By Destiny Smith   If you told me when I was in 9th grade that when I entered Rhode Island Right to Life’s oratory contest that I would one day become their education director, I would have never believed you. However, I now stand before you as just that, Rhode Island Right to Life’s Education […]







Health

  • WARNING: Cancer survivors treated with chemotherapy age prematurely and die sooner

    WARNING: Cancer survivors treated with chemotherapy age prematurely and die sooner

    By Dena Schmidt cancer-therapies(NaturalHealth365) New research out of the Mayo Clinic is showing that harsh cancer treatments, like chemotherapy, are causing those who survive to age (in a negative way) and die prematurely. Although most NaturalHealth365 readers understand this concept – we know that most cancer...

  • Vaccine Injury Payouts: Taxpayers on the Hook for over $3.8 Billion as Vaccine Makers Rake in Profits

    Vaccine Injury Payouts: Taxpayers on the Hook for over $3.8 Billion as Vaccine Makers Rake in Profits

    By the World Mercury Project Team The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) that went into effect in 1988 stipulated that vaccine manufacturers cannot be held liable for injuries or deaths that occur from use of their vaccines which are recommended for every child in America by the Centers for Disease Control....

  • Souper Foods for Wound Healing

    Souper Foods for Wound Healing

    By Kaayla T. Daniel PhD The top food for wound healing is soup, not readymade supermarket canned or packaged soups, but old-fashioned homemade bone broth. A South American proverb claims “Good broth will resurrect the dead.” Although that is surely an exaggeration, soup has a longstanding reputation for nourishing...

  • Saline in hospital IV bags increase risk of death and kidney failure

    Saline in hospital IV bags increase risk of death and kidney failure

    By Dena Schmidt (NaturalHealth365) Two Vanderbilt University Medical Center studies have found that saline in IV bags can be detrimental to your health. In fact, patients fare much better when given balanced fluids more closely resembling the liquid portion of blood. Unfortunately, this kind of information hasn’t...

  • How standing up can reduce your risk of cancer and premature death

    How standing up can reduce your risk of cancer and premature death

    By Lori Alton standing-reduces-cancer-risk(Naturalhealth365) “Sit down and relax.” “Have a seat.” “Please remain seated.” As unlikely as it seems, these polite, harmless-sounding phrases may be invitations to engage in a practice that is hazardous to your health – especially as it relates to cancer risk....

News

  • Armed Officer Ends School Shooting in Maryland

    Armed Officer Ends School Shooting in Maryland

    By Susan Jones   (CNSNews.com) – An armed school resource officer ended a school shooting at Great Mills High School in St. Mary’s County, Maryland, on March 20th. St. Mary’s County Sheriff Tim Cameron told WRC-TV, the NBC affiliate in Washington, that a male student at the high school opened...

  • Grand Jury summoned for Hillary Clinton

    Grand Jury summoned for Hillary Clinton

    By Stephen Dietrich   (Horn News) The House Judiciary Committee’s probe into the investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton dropped a bombshell last week. The investigation is heating up behind the scenes — and it was just revealed that an indictment could be looming. A report claimed that the...

  • New State Tax Burden Analysis Just Came Out… Guess Which State Came in Dead Last

    New State Tax Burden Analysis Just Came Out… Guess Which State Came in Dead Last

      By Dan McCaleb Illinoisans’ tax burden is high. Anyone who lives there and works there knows that. Property taxes. Income taxes. Sales taxes. Annual car registrations fees. And so on. Seemingly everyone except those who earned it has their hands in our pockets, taking what should belong to us. While we know we...

  • Mississippi Becomes First U.S. State to Ban Abortion at 15 Weeks

    Mississippi Becomes First U.S. State to Ban Abortion at 15 Weeks

    By Steve Warren – CBN News (Jackson, MS) With a stroke of a pen, Mississippi’s Republican Gov. Phil Bryant signed the nation’s toughest restrictive abortion ban into law in March. The new law is effective immediately in the Magnolia State and almost as quickly a judge blocked the law. A federal judge...

  • Navy Rejects Secular Humanist Chaplain: A Victory for American Tradition and People of Faith

    Navy Rejects Secular Humanist Chaplain: A Victory for American Tradition and People of Faith

        By Todd Starnes   (Washington, DC) – The Navy has Catholic chaplains and Protestant chaplains but they will not have an atheist or secular humanist chaplain. The Navy has rejected a secular humanist’s application to serve in the Navy Chaplain Corps., Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO) said in a...

Inspiration

  • Are you a doubting Thomas?

    Are you a doubting Thomas?

    By Carol Round GROVE, OK (ANS) — “The other disciples therefore said unto him, We have seen the Lord. But he said unto them, Except I shall see in his hands the print of the nails, and put my finger into the print of the nails, and thrust my hand into his side, I will […]

  • Has American Christianity Failed? By Brian Nixon ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO (ANS) — When it comes to the state of the Christian faith within the United States, a question arises: is the church doing well? People may respond with a host of answers, from failing, to fair, to fantastic—and everything in between....

  • Mud Puddles, Dandelions and God’s Love for the Children

    Mud Puddles, Dandelions and God’s Love for the Children

    When I look at a patch of dandelions, I see a bunch of weeds that are going to take over my yard. My kids see flowers for Mom and blowing white fluff you can wish on. When I look at an old drunk and he smiles at me, I see a smelly, dirty person who […]

  • Thank You Chick-fil-A

    Thank You Chick-fil-A

      By Joey Karen Mustain I took Stella to Chick-fil-A today. It’s our normal daddy/daughter spot. It’s clean, so good, and the playground has a tractor beam on her the moment she sees it. When we finished eating and she’d worked up her dessert appetite playing with the other kids, we went back to...

  • Vacation Bible School 2018 MINISTRY TIP

    Vacation Bible School 2018 MINISTRY TIP

    By Rev. Doug Forbes This is the perfect time of year to begin planning your Vacation Bible School program.  Vacation Bible School is the second biggest outreach opportunity a church has each year.  (The biggest is Christmas.)  If you want your church to grow, this program is a must. Your favorite Christian...







Books

  • Modern-Day Prodigal Son: The Constant Struggles of the Contemporary Christian Brought to Life

    Modern-Day Prodigal Son: The Constant Struggles of the Contemporary Christian Brought to Life

    By AnnaMarie Cantrell GREENVILLE, S.C. – Dr. Matthew Chavis was reveling in success and enjoying the good life until evil sent his affluent world crashing down.  Archetypical sins draped as contemporary norms lured him down a harrowing descent into empty darkness, nearly destroying him physically with alcohol...

  • HELL’S MIRROR: Global Empire of the Illuminati Builders

    HELL’S MIRROR: Global Empire of the Illuminati Builders

    By Good News Today staff Hell’s Mirror by Texe Marrs is the first book to unravel the warped and perverted minds of the Illuminati elite. These wicked and diabolical men and women are doubleminded, and they are building a strange two-faced globalist empire right before our eyes. Here you will discover the inner...

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