LGBT Groups Are Attacking Christians On Facebook, Media Censoring Christian Posts As Hate Speech

As Christians throughout our history, oppression is common, persecution is common, silencing is common, but never a time has it been so widespread. Millions upon millions of Christians are connecting online from all over the world, and that is a problem according to the actions of tech giants like Facebook and Google. On YouTube Christian accounts are … Continue reading LGBT Groups Are Attacking Christians On Facebook, Media Censoring Christian Posts As Hate Speech

Evangelist Joshua Feuerstein Calls for Boycott of McDonald’s Over ‘Disgusting’ Gay Pride Fries

Evangelist Joshua Feuerstein, a former pastor who has over two million followers on Facebook, has called on Christians to boycott fast food giant McDonald's over its new rainbow colored gay pride french fry boxes. He also slammed Macy's support for gay pride month.  "DISGUSTING! McDonald's released their RAINBOW FRIES today in honor of GAY PRIDE!" … Continue reading Evangelist Joshua Feuerstein Calls for Boycott of McDonald’s Over ‘Disgusting’ Gay Pride Fries

Over 100 United Methodist Clergy Come Out as Homosexual in Effort to Obtain Acceptance

UMC Background-compressedOver 100 United Methodist clergy came out as homosexual or transgender this week in a letter publicly addressed to the denomination in an effort to draw attention to the issue ahead of the General Conference and to seek acceptance despite policies that prohibit practicing homosexuals from serving in the ministry. “[W]hile we have sought to … Continue reading Over 100 United Methodist Clergy Come Out as Homosexual in Effort to Obtain Acceptance

Norway’s Lutheran church votes in favor of same-sex marriage

Norway's Lutheran Church voted on Monday in favor of allowing same-sex marriage, becoming the latest of a small but growing number of churches worldwide to do so. Last year the French Protestant Church allowed gay marriage blessings, while the U.S. Presbyterian Church approved a change in the wording of its constitution to include same-sex marriage. In a … Continue reading Norway’s Lutheran church votes in favor of same-sex marriage

Entire Staff of Tennessee County Clerk’s Office Resigns Over Supreme Court ‘Gay Marriage’ Ruling

The entire staff of a county clerk’s office in Tennessee has resigned following the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling declaring that all 50 states must legalize same-sex “marriage.” Three women who work at the Decatur County office announced their resignations this past week, which will be effective July 14. Clerk Gwen Pope, and employees Sharon … Continue reading Entire Staff of Tennessee County Clerk’s Office Resigns Over Supreme Court ‘Gay Marriage’ Ruling

Dutch Sheets Has 5 Words About the Supreme Court’s Gay Marriage Ruling

For those of us who hold a Biblical worldview, the mix of sadness, grief and anger over the redefining of marriage by the Supreme Court has been profound and is certainly appropriate. These emotions are much different than the trivial feelings caused by the sting of “losing.” They are more akin to the deep grief … Continue reading Dutch Sheets Has 5 Words About the Supreme Court’s Gay Marriage Ruling

Serious Pushback Over Same-Sex Marriage

The negative reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court’s creation of a right to same-sex “marriage” is surging, with clerks quitting, judges dropping their license procedures and even one U.S. senator telling people it should be ignored. By a 5-4 majority, including two justices who publicly had advocated for same-sex marriage and possibly violated ethics standards by … Continue reading Serious Pushback Over Same-Sex Marriage

The Marxist Agenda Behind the Rainbow

If you think Friday’s Supreme Court decision was about equality or equal rights for the three percent of the American population (at the expense of the 97 percent), you couldn’t be more wrong. If you think that Friday’s decision has no impact on you because you don’t care what people do in the privacy of … Continue reading The Marxist Agenda Behind the Rainbow

Opponents divided on how or whether to resist Supreme Court ruling

When Friday began, there were 14 states where same-sex couples still could not legally marry. By the afternoon — after a confusing day of orders and counter-orders by governors, attorneys general and county clerks — couples had married in all of them but one. The one holdout was Louisiana. There, Attorney General James D. “Buddy” Caldwell … Continue reading Opponents divided on how or whether to resist Supreme Court ruling

I FEAR JUDGMENT BEFALLING AMERICA

Even though Friday’s re-definition of marriage by the U. S. Supreme Court was anticipated, I have found myself grieving over its implications for my country and for Western civilization itself. This radical decree will have a devastating affect on every dimension of culture. I grieve most for what it will do to our children, our grandchildren … Continue reading I FEAR JUDGMENT BEFALLING AMERICA