Texans File Lawsuit Against City of San Antonio for Excluding Chick-fil-A from Local Airport

Texans File Lawsuit Against City of San Antonio for Excluding Chick-fil-A from Local Airport by  Raven Clabough for The New American Texas residents have filed a lawsuit against the city of San Antonio for its decision to ban Chick-fil-A from opening a shop in the local airport, arguing that the ban was motivated by the company’s religious beliefs. Plaintiffs Patrick Von Dohlen, Brian Greco, Kevin Jason Khattar, Michael Knuffke, and Daniel Petri filed suit against the city under SB 1978, dubbed the “Save Chick-fil-A bill.” Signed by Republican Texas Gov. Greg…

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SOMETIMES JESUS LETS PEOPLE WALK AWAY

SOMETIMES JESUS LETS PEOPLE WALK AWAY by Jonty Allcock for Core Christianity Many of our problems in living for Jesus stem from the root problem that we think we can do it. We assume we have the power. So we set about trying to push the camel through the eye of a needle. But understanding the impossibility is the first step to obedience. This is the true freedom of what it means to be a Christian: honestly facing up to the impossibility of my own obedience, which leads me not…

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Sadly, Most Americans Have Lost All Sense Of Truth

Sadly, Most Americans Have Lost All Sense Of Truth by: Bill Heid for Off the Grid News It’s not a stretch in any sense to say that our postmodern world no longer believes in absolute truth. Objective knowledge and absolute truth are long since gone. Fragmentation, multi-culturalism, and rejection of any overarching meaning are now culturally normal assumptions. In essence, truth is “truth” for the moment. It becomes “truth” for this group of people or that group of people, for this occasion or that occasion. The postmodern mindset sees every cultural…

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I’d Probably Still Cancel Your Short-Term Mission Trip

I’d Probably Still Cancel Your Short-Term Mission Trip by Darren Carlson for The Gospel Coalition I’ve been told I’m the guy who hates short-term missions. Seven years ago I wrote a series of articles on short-term missions, but one in particular struck a chord: “Why You Should Consider Canceling Your Short-Term Mission Trips.” I sought to slay one of the golden calves of American evangelicalism, and quite a few folks weren’t happy about it. Do I still believe it, seven years later? Yes—but 10,000 times more strongly. I’ve seen, experienced, and hosted…

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Why You Need More Than a Diet to ‘Fix’ You

Why You Need More Than a Diet to ‘Fix’ You by TERESA SHIELDS PARKER for Charisma News I love the show Extreme Weight Loss. That’s where the host chooses one extremely large person to lose half their weight in a year. He surprises them at in public and says. “I choose you for the transformation of your life!” I feel like I’ve been on that show, only it was God who surprised me by saying, “The invitation for the transformation of your life has always been there. It’s always been your choice…

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Archaeologists uncover mosaic showing five loaves and two fish near Sea of Galilee

Archaeologists uncover mosaic showing five loaves and two fish near Sea of Galilee by Staff writer for Christian Today Archaeologists working on the site of an early Christian church near the Sea of Galilee have unearthed a mosaic depicting five loaves of bread and two fish. The mosaic was uncovered in the so-called Burnt Church at the Hippos-Sussita dig in Gennesaret, known today as Lake Kinneret, overlooking the Sea of Galilee in northern Israel, Haaretz reports. One of Jesus’ most famous miracles is the feeding of the 5,000 with just…

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Meet Leonardo Da Vinci’s Art Tutor, Andrea Del Verrochio

Meet Leonardo Da Vinci’s Art Tutor, Andrea Del Verrochio By William Newton for The Federalist GNN Note – I absolutely love art. something I’ve said for years, the only three conversations that are worth engaging are God, art and family. Outside of those conversations you may as well be talking ’bout the weather! ****** ‘Verrocchio: Sculptor and Painter of Renaissance Florence’ at the National Gallery of Art is the first comprehensive exhibition dedicated to this artist ever mounted in the United States. While he isn’t a household name in this country,…

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Illinois Hospital Set Up Comfort Room for Babies Born Alive after Botched Abortions — Parents Welcome to Take Photos of Dying Baby

Illinois Hospital Set Up Comfort Room for Babies Born Alive after Botched Abortions — Parents Welcome to Take Photos of Dying Baby by Jim Hoft for The Gateway Pundit GNN Note – I’m sorry to have to report this, however, we feel if we don’t report it from a source we have followed for years people will remain ill-informed to the reality of the situation. This story has ripped at my heart for the past 24 hours and it continues to disturb my soul in ways that are difficult to…

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GOD DOES HIS GREATEST WORK THROUGH SIMPLE ACTS OF OBEDIENCE

GOD DOES HIS GREATEST WORK THROUGH SIMPLE ACTS OF OBEDIENCE by J. D. Greear via Core Christianity Throughout the book of Judges, we see time and time again that God brings down the most powerful tyrants through weak human instruments simply doing his bidding—like left-handed Ehud, cowardly Gideon, the impulsive powerhouse Samson, and Jael, a housewife with a tent peg. The writer of Judges is trying to make a point: God doesn’t need our ability (he never has), only our availability. God did it then, and he still does it…

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277 People Move Out of NYC Metro Area Every Day

277 People Move Out of NYC Metro Area Every Day By Kharen Martinez Murcia for CNS News GNN Note – That’s one person every 6 minutes of every day. By the time you finish reading this article that one person will be headed towards their moving van for the final walk through!! By the time you locate the next article of interest to you – 1, possibly 2 people will have moved left New York City!! ****** An estimated 277 people are moving out of the New York City metro area…

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