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The National Day of Prayer is held the first Thursday of May. For more information on this important national event, navigate to the National Day of Prayer website by clicking this message box. We are a user supported non-profit organization. Your small gift is tax-deductible and will go a long way to help us meet our operating budget — and it is vital, because America deserves to know its true heritage. Please contribute today! Click to donate Related Reading Christian Living in NovemberChristian Calendar (Holidays) | Christian Living Articles | November | November NowThe holidays of...Read more... Read more... -->
This post is part 3 of the series:The JudiciaryAt the beginning of the twenty-first century, American government appears to have become little more than a judicial oligarchy, with liberal judges and other members of jurisprudence demanding to have the final say on matters of local, state, and national government. On Friday, May 9, 2014, Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris Piazza ruled Arkansas’ voter-approved ban on gay marriage to be “unconstitutional.” Though legal rankling ensued the following week, by the end of that week, Arkansas’ fate was sealed—by the...Read more... Read more... -->
This post is part 4 of the series:Christian Living SeriesThe single most important event in early Christianity was the resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Long before the Church celebrated the birth of Jesus in the Christmas season, Christians celebrated the resurrection of Christ from the grave. In contemporary Christianity and secular society, Christmas now receives more interest than Easter, but early believers understood that the Church was established upon the suffering and resurrection of Christ. It was the resurrection of Christ that convinced the remaining Disciples of the...Read more... Read more... -->
In 461, Patrick passed from this life. Tradition suggests his body was placed upon a wagon to which were harnessed two young unbroken bullocks which were allowed to wonder about. Where they stopped, at Dun-Lethglaisse (now known as Downpatrick), there Patrick was buried. Later, a church was built above his grave, and like many Christian leaders, he was venerated and worshiped by other Christians—something that Jesus Christ never intended for his servants. Patrick is one of the most widely known Christian missionaries in the history of the Church. Through his spiritual descendants, he cast an...Read more... Read more... -->
March, 1616 Rev. Alexander Whitaker drowned while crossing the James River President John Adams indicated that four colonial pastors were responsible for the ideas that birthed the American Republic. The influence of pastors upon the life and development of America, and nations around the globe, is routinely neglected by the irreligious who seek to advance their agenda of secular intolerance against America’s Christian heritage. Companies, organizations, and institutions routinely erase pivotal information explaining the influence of Christianity upon the rise and development of...Read more... Read more... -->