A House United: How Prayer Played a Central Role in Electing a Speaker

In the wee morning hours of Saturday, January 7, the 434 members of the House of Representatives swore an oath to “bear true faith and allegiance” to the Constitution. After 15 votes, they had finally chosen a House speaker and could all take the oath of office. A short time earlier, seven of their number had acted out … More A House United: How Prayer Played a Central Role in Electing a Speaker

Congress Has a Serious Human Rights Problem on Its Hands

Last week, a little-known provision of human rights law was tampered with as it made its way through the House of Representatives. Family Research Council called attention to the problems with this altered text, but because it was attached to the bill to cut off Russian oil, not as many took notice. This language must not be allowed … More Congress Has a Serious Human Rights Problem on Its Hands

Today in Church (And U.S.) History

Bill of Rights Guaranteed Religious Liberty In 1787 a convention in Philadelphia drafted what is usually recognized as the most extraordinary political document of history. The Constitution of the United States created a federal system with checks and balances on power. The world had never seen anything like it. Despite its benefits, there was doubt … More Today in Church (And U.S.) History

House Republicans Hold a Hearing on the Born-Alive Bill

The Democratic controlled congress has blocked at least 80 attempts to have a hearing on this on the congressional floor. They have even denied House Republicans the use of meeting rooms and used every excuse to block this legislation. This IS NOT about Abortion, it is about the value of Life (Matthew 6:26). – Mike    … More House Republicans Hold a Hearing on the Born-Alive Bill