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Tom Brady Attributes His Wife’s Witchcraft to Helping Him Win Super Bowl

During last year's Super Bowl, Tom Brady became the first NFL quarterback to win five Super Bowls. Just two weeks ago, Brady made it six wins for the New England Patriots. Most athletes attribute hard work, dedication, and a positive attitude for their success. Some will even thank God. But days after his latest Super Bowl win, Tom Brady gave credit to his wife's witchcraft. Brady's wife of 10 years, Gisele Caroline Bündchen, is an actress and model from Brazil. It's no secret that Gisele was one of the highest paid supermodels in the world, but until now, many have ...Continue reading

Pro-Life Support Grows, But Infanticide Bills Growing Faster

Although pro-life organizations are garnering support from the White House and rallies have swelled, the movement recently suffered a series of discouraging setbacks. This year’s March for Life grew to more than 200,000 participants. Making that figure even more impressive is the fact that the rally is held during frigid weather in the nation’s capital every January. During its 45-year history, the March for Life rally has rarely received the media exposure it did in 2019. Keynote speakers included icons such as Ben Shapiro, Alveda King, Abby Johnson, and Ally Cavazos. From the White House, Vice Pres. Mike Pence and Karen Pence made ...Continue reading

Should Christians Embrace or Reject Holistic Healing?

Health practitioners that specialize in holistic healing believe they can help to heal the whole person, meaning a person’s mind, body, and spirit. For those who may not be familiar with holistic healing, other names for it include complementary therapies, natural healthcare, alternative medicine, and integrative medicine. Some specific types of healing methods and techniques they incorporate into their regimens include acupuncture, massage therapy, aromatherapy, essential oils, chiropractic medicine, and energy therapies, such as Reiki. The goal of these types of treatment is to embrace natural healing, avoid prescription drugs at all costs, and focus on healing the whole person. While all ...Continue reading

Report: Nearly Half of Millennials Say Evangelism is Wrong

Much has been said in recent years about Millennials and their impact on the Church, but new research from the Barna Group, published this week, offers this startling new insight: Almost half of practicing Christian Millennials say evangelism is wrong. Specifically, millennials believe it is “wrong to share one’s personal beliefs with someone of a different faith in hopes that they will one day share the same faith.” This insight is particularly troubling since Millennials are poised to become the next generation of leaders in the Church. And spreading the Gospel is one of the clearest mandates given in Scripture. In fact, ...Continue reading

The Rotten Fruit of the Church Growth Movement

Anyone who has attended a service at a Southern Baptist church with a child in tow in the past 15 or 20 years has probably had a similar situation to this. You and your spouse and child sit down in the pew. Before the service even begins, an eager man roughly the same age as the father approaches you in the pew. Then, the sales pitch starts. “Hey, buddy! I noticed that you brought your child with you today! Hey! I just wanted to take this opportunity to let you know about Kids’ Church! It’s just like church, except it’s ...Continue reading


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