From the once bountiful to the sparse! This scene is being played out all across America. US shoppers finding more empty grocery shelves RELATED: US inflation soared 7% in past year, the most since 1982 No relief in sight from supply chain problems American families fall deeper into debt as prices rise, median incomes slide: … More Food, Inflation and More Excuses?
A youth scouting group formed in response to the controversial changes within the Boy Scouts of America has reported an increase in the number of chapters during the pandemic. Trail Life USA, launched in 2014 and headquartered in Orlando, Florida, is reporting dozens of new chapters and more than 30,000 members… SOURCE: https://www.christianpost.com/news/christian-alternative-to-boy-scouts-sees-growth-amid-pandemic.html
They gave us our world.” So said President Bill Clinton on June 6, 1994, at the 50th anniversary observance of the Allied landings on the Normandy beaches of France. D-Day landing on June 6, 1944 The world in 1994—as now—had forgotten the immense peril threatening the nations in the person of Adolf Hitler and the … More A D-Day epiphany
Many “Christians” claim there is little need for seminaries and proper studying of the Word of God. This is the result of such foolishness; a generation that has no clue what that Word really says. – Mike Over four in 10 American Christians believe the Bible is “ambiguous” on abortion, according to the Cultural Research … More Over 4 in 10 American Christians say Bible is ‘ambiguous’ on abortion
APN in the News Why We Need True Heroes Read Sam Rohrer’s latest editorial published in The Christian Post. Hebrews Chapter 11, the Bible’s Hall of Fame, says that faith is required in life and death to please God. We’re reminded that walking by faith is righteous but walking by sight is sin. Real heroes … More Why we need true heroes