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-9/11: A Time to Remember and Look Towards the Future

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Then: Now: Our family visited the 9/11 Memorial in NY City 10 days ago and found it to be an experience that is nearly impossible to put into words.The site is huge and nearly everywhere you look there is new construction going on. We quietly filed into the memorial grounds with thousands of others but […]

-Halloween? No-Happy Reformation Day!

Monday, October 31st, 2011

                   (Image via Wikipedia) Happy Halloween –Happy Reformation Day! I know. October 31st is known for witches, goblins, pumpkins, and trick or treat. It is amazing to me how in the last 20 years or so Halloween has gone from a one night ‘celebration’ to become an entire season of it’s own with parties and […]

-Iran: Authorities Consider Bible a Real Threat?

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Iranian authorities recently seized and destroyed 6,500 copies of the Bible. It is the latest demonstration of an on-going campaign in Iran to capture and eradicate all Bibles in the country. They consider the book to be a subversive threat against Islam and the very existence of their nation. According to Dr Majid Abhari, adviser […]

-Is Organized Religion Destined to Die Out in 9 Western Countries?

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

According to a team of mathematicians using census data, organized religion will substantially be driven towards extinction by one generation in 9 Western countries including; Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Netherlands. Also Austria, the Czech Republic, Finland and Switzerland, will not be far behind. The researchers used census data to make their predictions. […]

-Christian Revival Among the Gypsies in Europe

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

(Image by . SantiMB . via Flickr) The Roma (Gypsies) community has been discriminated against in European countries for centuries.  In fact just this last summer thousands of Roma were deported from France and sent packing back to Romania and Bulgaria. However, there is another little known backstory that is happening among the Roma people […]

-2010: What I Look Forward To and Not

Friday, January 1st, 2010

(Image by georgia.g via Flickr) Happy New Year!  2010 has finally arrived and just in the nick of time, 2009 had surely worn out its welcome. What I’m Looking Forward To 1. Revival I am hoping and praying for a revival of the Christian faith in America to begin in 2010. The doomsayers continue to […]