A United Airlines passenger is violently hauled off a plane, and there is national outrage, rightly so.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer says that Assad is worse than Hitler, and again, there is national outrage, rightly so.
Forty-five Egyptian Christians are slaughtered by ISIS while attending church services on Palm Sunday and scores of others are wounded, and there is barely a national yawn. How can this be?
Hawaii lawmakers want state officials to update plans for coping with a nuclear attack as North Korea develops nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles that can reach the islands.
Sunday on ABC's "This Week," discussing the Kim Jong Un regime's recent uptick in testing nuclear weapons and ballistic missile, President Donald Trump's National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster said Trump would act "in the best interest of the American people" if necessary.
Why are our churches so silent on the matter of Jesus' return? Jan Markell, in a recent article, noted that 90% of pastors do not preach or teach about the return of our King, the Lord Jesus.
It was not like this during the early days of the church. The sense of imminency for Jesus' appearing spilled over from the pages of the New Testament into the early centuries of the church. Today, we see signs of the approaching tribulation everywhere we look. Yet, few pastors even mention the Rapture, the Tribulation, Jesus' Second Coming or the Millennium. Why do so few truly understand the times in which we live?
Take a break from bad news and be inspired by this true story. -- OTM
Immediately, I think about Kenai, our cinnamon colored husky with spotty white socks which animal control officers almost deemed unadoptable. Obviously abused, she had no trust in people and zero confidence in herself. She was afraid of her shadow, door entries, and basically everything inside, including us. She parked herself on the new chair in the living room. For three months she ate, drank, slept and kept close watch on us.
When Mark Rosenblatt touched down at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv April 5 and powered on his cell phone, he got the surprise of his mobile technology life.
Rosenblatt received a text message from his cell phone carrier which read, "Welcome to Palestine." His phone carrier is . . .
What is the number one prophetic sign? What sign more than any other, points to the soon return of Jesus Christ?
While any number of signs are present, I believe one stands out above all others. In fact, Jesus Himself told us what it is.
When the disciples said, "Tell us the signs of your coming and the end of the age" (Matthew 24:3), Jesus detailed a number of things to look for.
Mostrous reported that a Times reporter posed as an IT professional in his thirties, befriended more than 100 supporters of the Islamic State (ISIS), and joined groups promoting lewd or pornographic images of children. He then "flagged" many of the images and ISIS videos.
By Clarion Project
The U.S. Department of Education has proselytized in our public schools on behalf Islam for many years through its "Access Islam" program. Federally funded, it is directed at children in grades 5 through 12. The Christian Action Network recently demanded that President Trump's recently confirmed Education Secretary, Betsy DeVos, terminate the program.
According to an article at Breitbart, a predecessor program began during the Bush administration in 2005. It "simply taught students about the traditions, culture, and holidays of Islam. Then, it became greatly expanded under the Obama administration. It has continued to develop, and now has had a greater, broader outreach."