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Happy Thanksgiving!

Time to thank God for His provision. Something to do every day. Too bad so many have to have a national holiday to consider it.

Science vs. God

I have come across this a number of times on different sites. I do not know who wrote it or whether it is based on a real classroom occurrence or not. Either way, I do like it. In the end it serves as a good reminder that sometimes things are not what they seem.

“Let me explain the problem science has with Jesus Christ.” The atheist professor of philosophy pauses before his class and then asks one of his new students to stand.

“You’re a Christian, aren’t you, son?”

“Yes sir,” the student says.

“So you believe in God?”


“Is God good?”

“Sure! God’s good.”

“Is God all-powerful? Can God do anything?”


“Are you good or evil?”

Fight FOCA

Barack Obama is now the incoming President. And he made a promise to Planned Parenthood last year they expect him to keep.

The first thing I’d do as President is sign the Freedom of Choice Act. That’s the first thing I’d do.

The Freedom of Choice Act (FOCA) would eliminate every restriction on abortion nationwide.

  • FOCA will do away with state laws on parental involvement, on partial birth abortion, and on all other protections.
  • FOCA will compel taxpayer funding of abortions.
  • FOCA will force faith-based hospitals and healthcare facilities to perform abortions.

Barack Obama believes this legislation will "end the abortion wars." To him, "ending the abortion wars" means eradicating every state and federal law on abortion — laws that the majority of Americans support. Click on the image at right to learn more.


Why I can't vote for Obama - by Huntley Brown

I just received this by email from a friend and thought it good enough to post. I like it because he's not endorsing or trying to persuade people to vote for a certain candidate, but he presents valid reasons why he is choosing not to vote for Obama. I would have never voted for him even before reading this for many of the same reasons outlined here. McCain is not the only other choice either. Will one of those two win? Probably. But neither accurately represents the values that I would like to see in a President.

Why I Can't Vote For Obama By Huntley Brown

Dear Friends, A few months ago I was asked for my perspective on Obama, I sent out an email with a few points. With the election just around the corner I decided to complete my perspective. Those of you on my e-list have seen some of this before but it's worth repeating...

First I must say whoever wins the election will have my prayer support. Obama needs to be commended for his accomplishments but I need to explain why I will not be voting for him. Many of my friends process their identity through their blackness. I process my identity through Christ. Being a Christian (a Christ follower) means He leads, I follow. I can't dictate the terms, He does because He is the leader. I can't vote black because I am black; I have to vote Christian because that's who I am. Christian first, black second. Neither should anyone from other ethnic groups vote because of ethnicity. 200 years from now I won't be asked if I was black or white. I will be asked if I knew Jesus and accepted Him as Lord and Savior.

A touching story

I'm not sure why I read this but I think it has something to do with wanting to hear other peoples' reasons for coming to God. I have been a Christian pretty much all my life and sometimes feel like I don't have a good perspective of what it is like to "discover" Him for the first time as others do. For me, this story was a tear-jerker.

This is just wrong.

I don't care what side of the fence you are on, this is just wrong.

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