Black Friday Becomes Bless Friday®

Since 2010, Bless Friday® has provided an alternative to frenzied Christmas shopping on the day after Thanksgiving. Churches in Houston, The Woodlands and Trinity, Texas and Seattle, Washington are preparing service projects that honor Christ at Christmas on Friday, November 24 and this year also on Saturday the 25th. These churches encourage families and individuals to celebrate Bless Friday® as an alternative to Black Friday.

Bakke: ‘Arm the Churches’

Black belt preacher, Rev. Robert Bakke, says churches can no longer remain soft targets and must arm themselves. “This is not about gun control, rental trucks or fertilizer bombs. It is about evil, and you will never stop evil because it is in the world,” says Bakke, “But you can deter a coward by letting him know you have plenty of firepower on the premises.” Rev. Bakke, who is a black belt and firearm advocate, says Christians are supposed to overcome evil, not run into the shadows and hide from it. “I’ve never understood why so many pastors teach weakness as being the way of Christianity,” says Bakke, “Our God is almighty and all-powerful, and we are made in that all-powerful nature…it is time for the people who target churches to get a taste of that reality.”

Quick Resolution Comes for Lawsuit Against Alabama Church

The City of Dothan, Alabama, and New Life in Jesus Ministry have announced a quick resolution to the church’s lawsuit against the city. New Life had filed a lawsuit against the city after the church’s zoning approval was denied in September. Pursuant to the settlement, the United States District Court of Alabama entered an order allowing New Life to worship in its building at 274 N. Foster Street.

Breakthrough in Biblical Prophecy Confirms Sign of Revelation 12 Taking Place This Month

One of the hottest topics trending on Google this year has been the Great Astronomic Sign of Revelation 12. This grand celestial song and dance is set to occur between September 21-23, 2017 in conjunction with the annual Jewish Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah).

Teacher Defends ‘Transgender Reveal’ to Kindergartners

ROCKLIN, Calif. — Concerned mothers and fathers flooded a school board meeting Monday in response to a Kindergarten teacher that introduced a student to her class as transgender without notifying parents. Now, another parent at the same school is outraged that her child was sent to the principal’s office for “misgendering” a male classmate who now identifies as a girl.

Post Charlottesville, Colleges and Universities Must Address Issues of Diversity

In the wake of the white supremacist demonstration and the subsequent tragic events in Charlottesville, Virginia, racial tensions in the United States stand as palpable as ever. As the fall semester quickly approaches for colleges and universities around the country, no institution can ignore the need for deep conversations about race and ethnicity. But colleges and universities face a unique set of challenges as they explore these topics.

Young Christians Beliefs Regarding the Influence of the Holy Spirit

Teleios recently surveyed the role of the Holy Spirit in our lives in 475 visitors to the Instagram account, InstaPray, of whom: 30% were under 18 and 38% were between 18-30 years of age; 78% were evangelicals and 71% female.

Wisconsin Company Implants Microchips in Employees

Following the lead of several European companies, one Wisconsin company has inserted microchips into their employees and hopes to implant others in the future.

Operating by Biblical Business Principles

Hospital management pioneer and CEO Fellowship founder, Joe Greene, challenges Christians who are starting or currently running businesses to look to the Bible for success in operating their enterprises.

Barna Study Reveals America’s Most “Churched” and “Unchurched” Cities

As trends show that church attendance is decreasing in the United States, the evangelical polling organization Barna Group recently released data revealing which of America’s cities are the most “churched,” “unchurched,” “dechurched” and “post-Christian.”

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