Category: American Church

Idaho Churchgoers Sue Police, City Government After Being Arrested For Not Wearing Masks Outside

Three Idaho churchgoers who were arrested last fall for not wearing masks at an outdoor service are suing city authorities for violating their constitutional rights.

The Thomas More Society filed a lawsuit this week on behalf of Gabriel Rench, Sean Bohnet, and Rachel Bohnet against the City of Moscow, Idaho, as well as the city’s police chief, its prosecuting attorney, and the two arresting police officers.

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Overload of Immorality: How Can Christians Respond?

The common thread seems to be our culture’s departure from any semblance of biblical Christianity. In fact, we are seeing more open rebellion against God which emboldens activists to censor believers.

We also accessed a disturbing Memorandum from the Department of Defense put out by Joe Biden promoting LGBTQI+ rights. David asks what is the purpose of the DoD? And a USA Today columnist wants a Christian college team booted from the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

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Sam Sorbo: Words For Warriors – Fighting Back Against the Left

Sam Sorbo has a new book, “Words for Warriors,” to help uncover the real meanings behind the acronyms, words, and phrases that the toxic liberal left loves to force on the rest of us. She encourages believers to resist the redefinition of God and truth, to fight back and not give up.

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JB Hixson: The ’84 Percent Club,’ Christians Avoiding Prophecy

We discuss why it’s important to know and study Bible prophecy and the fact a majority of Christians avoid it. The Bible is nearly one-third prophecy and describes the end times and what we have to look forward to as believers.

It is profitable to study and Revelation promises a blessing to those who read, hear, and obey it. Prophecy also gives us hope for the future, motivation in the present, encourages our faith due to fulfilled prophecies, and inspires us to worship the sovereign Creator who is in complete control of all history.

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