Archive for January 4th, 2008

Maine School Discriminates Against Heterosexual Boy

From WorldNetDaily: At the heart of the issue is the treatment being provided an unidentified 10-year-old at the elementary school, according to documentation from the Christian Civic League of Maine. The organization is reporting Paul Melanson found out his grandson’s school was allowing another boy to use the girl’s restroom, and decided that wasn’t right. […]

Family News in Focus 01-04-08

Highlights: Politically active pastors in Iowa received anonymous, threatening letters leading up to last night’s caucuses Pope ushered in New Year by promoting traditional family; a message that didn’t settle well with homosexual community More and more advertisers are doing their part to clean up TV programming Several colleges and universities are putting their stamp […]

Is Our Trust in God Rubbing Off?

Washington Watch Daily Click here to listen From

Un-Christian: What People Think of Us

BreakPoint – Chuck Colson and Mark Earley What People Really Think of UsA new book reveals what the younger generation thinks about Christianity, and it is not a pretty picture. To quote the comic strip Pogo: “We have met the enemy, and he is us.” Click here to listen From

The Truth Project Starts This Weekend

South Canyon Baptist Church in Rapid City will start the Truth Project this Sunday, and for the next 12 weeks, at 8:57 am to 10:15 am. Even if you worship at an other church, you would still likely have time to attend and then make your 10:45 or 11:00 worship service. You won’t be disappointed! […]

Approval Expected of Legislative Code of Conduct

From the Yankton Press & Dakotan: Legislative leaders said they expect the proposed code, aimed at reminding lawmakers they are expected to follow high standards of behavior, will be approved in the first few days of this year’s legislative session, which opens Tuesday. The brief code, written in broad terms, says the public requires that […]

Christians Appeal to Caesar for More Welfare?

An excellent op/ed from Bruce Walker at American Thinker on what far too many Christians (not to mention pseudo-pagans) have forgotten: that charity and good works falls within the purview of the private, not the American government. Here’s an excerpt: Did Christ ever say his followers should ask Rome to do more for the welfare […]

Iowa Full of Upsets

Well, tonight’s caucus in Iowa wrought outcomes that no one would have seriously bet on three months ago. Looks like Huckabee won for the GOP by a healthy margin, and Obama also did well on the Democrat side. In fact, it looks like Edwards has come in second for the Democrats, ahead of Hillary Clinton. […]

Language Barriers to Communicating Truth

Answers with Ken Ham Many Americans no longer speak the “Christian” language, so don’t understand concepts like sin and other Biblical doctrines. Click here to listenFrom

Adult Children of Alcoholics

James Dobson Family Minute Psychologists and family advocates Dr. James Dobson and Dr. Bill Maier address the struggles adult children of alcoholics. Click here to listen From

Spanish Minister in Trouble for Encouraging Heterosexuality

From, here’s where we’re headed: in Spain, apparently you can get in legal trouble just encouraging heterosexuality. Marcos Zapata, a protestant minister and president of the Dignity Association, was giving a seminar for the Evangelical Council of Aragon when he made the comments, at a talk titled “How to Raise Heterosexual Children.” Zapata reportedly […]

Life-Long Republicans Who Don’t Like Republicans

Newsbusters today identifies a couple of con-jobs that we see from time to time in the “mainstream” media, where they tout Republicans who, by golly, just have to support a Democrat in the current election. Here’s an excerpt from the first: In an interview two months ago, however, Monica Green listed Ronald Reagan as the […]

What Kind of Role Model Are You?

From yesterdays’s devotional in Men of Integrity: Key Bible Verse: But you must be careful with this freedom of yours. Do not cause a brother or sister with a weaker conscience to stumble (1 Corinthians 8:9). Bonus Reading: Titus 2:6-8 When I was in high school, the mother of one of the girls in our […]

Rapid City Crackerbarrels Announced

The Rapid City Journal has announced four legislative crackerbarrels over the next two months: Here are the dates and the legislators from the Rapid City area who will be speaking: Jan. 12 — Sen. Mac McCracken and Reps. Jeff Haverly, Don Van Etten and Gordon Howie; Jan. 26 –- Sens. Jim Lintz and Bill Napoli […]