An Open Letter to the Reluctant Prepper

An Open Letter to the Reluctant Prepper by Gaye Levy for BackDoor Survival Becoming prepared can be a lonely journey.  Family members scoff and friends roll their eyes and shy away, thinking you have joined the tin foil hat society. You want to share and you want to talk but say too much to the wrong people and you may be setting yourself up for future free-loading, looting, or worse. This is a dilemma faced by almost every prepper I know. Most want to join up with other like-minded people but who…

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Making A Declaration

Making A Declaration Standing on the cusp of greatness is a lonely place. Having people challenge the idea doesn’t change the reality, it simply exposes an unbelief in others. The Truth is not interested in acceptance, the Truth just is. We can claim, all we wish, that we know what’s going on, who someone is and judge what they say and do – it merely exposes an unbelief within us. Jesus stood before the elders and community members as they challenged His teachings, His presence and, most importantly, Him. These…

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Charles Spurgeon’s 4 Irrefutable Keys to Church Growth

Charles Spurgeon’s 4 Irrefutable Keys to Church Growth by LARRY TOMCZAK for Charisma News Charles Spurgeon has rightly been acclaimed as the “prince of preachers.” Apostles, prophets, pastors, evangelists and teachers honor him as probably history’s greatest pastoral leader. Mr. Spurgeon had a megachurch before the term existed. He ministered weekly to over 10,000 in his Metropolitan Tabernacle pulpit without amplification or the benefit of social media. Ministering over four decades, he’s considered one of Christianity’s most prolific communicators. It’s unprecedented that his 63 volumes of over 4,000 sermons are still…

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Grounded in The Overall Narrative of Creation, Fall, Redemption, and Restoration (Podcast)

Grounded in The Overall Narrative of Creation, Fall, Redemption, and Restoration Podcast Today on the BreakPoint Podcast, we present John Stonestreet’s presentation at the recent Touchstone conference, “Fight or Flight? The Benedict and Other Options for Facing the World, the Flesh, and the Devil?” In his address, John focuses on the legacy of Dutch theologian Abraham Kuyper and the contributions he can make to the Benedict Option approach to culture. John reminds us that we are only at a particular moment in the grand story of the Creator and His…

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Judge voids Trump rule protecting doctors, nurses from being forced to do abortions

Judge voids Trump rule protecting doctors, nurses from being forced to do abortions by Calvin Freiburger for Life Site News U.S. District Judge Paul Engelmayer ruled Wednesday that the Trump administration cannot enforce a rule protecting healthcare workers from being forced to participate in abortions, claiming it was “unconstitutional.” In May, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) finalized the rule, which “ensures that HHS implements the full set of tools appropriate for enforcing” laws that exempt healthcare workers from “having to provide, participate in, pay for, provide coverage of,…

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The Candace Owens Show: Burgess Owens (Video)

The Candace Owens Show: Burgess Owens Video for Prager U NFL Super Bowl champion Burgess Owens shares his experience growing up in the Deep South, overcoming racism, and shattering glass ceilings — becoming the third black American to earn a football scholarship at the University of Miami and landing a career in professional sports. Don’t miss this powerful episode! Video Source

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Your brain doesn’t stop growing – even in your 90s

Your brain doesn’t stop growing – even in your 90s by: Melissa Smith for Natural News Some experts believe that the brain stops producing new brain cells after childhood — but that’s not the case, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Medicine. This study suggests that the brain continues to grow even in your 90s. Researchers from Spain reached this conclusion after looking at the brain tissues donated by 13 individuals who died at the ages of 43 to 87. All donors were neurologically healthy before their deaths. The…

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Are You A Prepper?

Are You A Prepper? Several years ago we began a review of our house and the belongings we hold. More specifically the food, dry goods and other assorted everyday items. We determined we should make some changes in case of injury or if one of us were to need long term care, as in being in a wheel chair or broken bone or, heaven forbid, something truly serious. Life happens and we should all have our house in order to be able to care for our spouse and our family…

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