Legal Voting ONLY!

votingDo non-citizens and illegal aliens vote in U.S. elections? Based off voter samples from Harvard’s Cooperative Congressional Election Study, the answer is YES!

The Harvard study found that in 2008, as many as 6.4% of all non-citizens cast ballots in the election. We have no idea how many fraudulent votes are actually cast, but the statistics suggest that this phenomenon happens often enough to make swinging an election not only possible, but plausible!

The Supreme Court has upheld the premise of Vote-ID, as constitutional. Yet, some claim it is racist to force people to prove their identity and eligibility before voting. Others see that the only reason to protect illegal voters is if you stand to gain from them casting ballots!

Our country is too precious to allow illegal votes to determine elections. Let’s work so every voter is well-informed and every ballot cast is legitimate!

Defend Dignity

WRAP-white-ribbonFrom the sexual abuse of children and teens to the exploitation of women, almost all forms of sexual indignities are connected to pornography. Porn harms individuals, families, marriages and our society. It stimulates private indignities and desensitizes our culture to all things that are rude, crude and lewd.

The National White Ribbon Against Pornography (WRAP) Week starts on Sunday, October 26. It “brings together … local groups, along with sincerely concerned citizens in a massive effort to educate the public on the harms from pornography …”

Along with local events, advocates have arranged for free media events to be held all week long. From online presentations by survivors of sexual trafficking to ways you can “porn proof” your kids, these webinars and downloadable resources will help you defend dignity and make wise media choices.

Learn more at PornHarms.com.

Be Forever Vigilant!

admendmentThis week, in Houston, Texas, attorneys for the avowed lesbian Mayor Annise Parker have issued an unprecedented legal demand that several key pastors turn over sermons, emails, and text messages, even communications with members of their congregations, under the threat of fines, imprisonment or both. This is blatant retaliation against these pastors, who have sought a democratic ballot referendum on Parker’s controversial LGBT special rights ordinance.

Mayor Parker has irresponsibly breached the “wall of separation” between the state and the church. Thomas Jefferson, who first used that term to assure churches of their religious freedoms from government involvement, also wrote that “religion is a matter which lies solely between Man & his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legitimate powers of government reach actions only, and not opinions.”

Such government scrutiny of the personal opinions and public preachments of pastors is unconstitutional and unconscionable. The City of Houston needs to retract their intimidating demands and issue a clear statement in support of religious freedom and the free speech of all people.

​Take Action
Send the Mayor of Houston a copy of the First Amendment to remind her that pastors enjoy the freedom of religion, the freedom of speech and the freedom to petition the government.

Register & VOTE!

go-voteEvery Christian should vote! It’s our civic responsibility and it honors God, who allows us to live in this great constitutional republic!

Every believer should be registered and then faithfully vote for candidates and issues which reflect their biblical values and worldviews. “Voters of Faith” will answer to God for our votes and our involvement in the electoral process and our nation’s future.

If you are not registered or are not sure if you are properly registered, you only have a few days left to tend to this important matter. You can even request an Absentee Ballot, allowing you to vote early, in many states. Click here to find out more and request your ballot today.

Join millions of Christians on Election Day, this November 4th, as we go to the polls and cast our ballots for the candidates and issues which best represent our values. Make your voice heard in election booths across the nation this Election Day! Your vote matters!

 

Important California Deadlines
Voter Registration Form:
Postmarked on or before October 20, 2014
Absentee Ballot Application:
Received on or before October 28, 2014 (by mail); no deadline in person
Voted Absentee Ballot:
Received by 8:00 pm PST on November 4, 2014
State Election Website: 
http://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/elections.htm

Jerusalem, D.C.

Priest-WesternWall-Jerusalem1I once attended an event where an Israeli official rose to speak and said he brought greetings from Jerusalem, D.C.—“David’s City.” Everyone recognized the irony and truthfulness of what he said.

However, our U.S. government continues the illogical, politically-correct position of refusing to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. What other country is denied the right to name its own capital? Its laws are made in the Knesset in Jerusalem. Its President and Prime Minister live and serve there, but Secretary of State Hillary Clinton even went to our Supreme Court to demand it deny that Jerusalem is even part of the State of Israel!

When the Islamic Jordanians illegally occupied Jerusalem (and the West Bank), from 1948 to 1967, it was not their capital. Amman was. And, even earlier, when the Ottoman Empire ruled the area for seven centuries, the Turks never sought to make Jerusalem their capital.

The American Jewish historian Barbara Tuchman has said, “The Israelis are the only people in the world who inhabit the same land, speak the same language, and worship the same God their ancestors did three thousand years ago.”

The Jewish immigrants today have “come home to Israel.” They can visit Jewish archeological sites and find coins printed in Hebrew from as long ago as 135 AD. The Diaspora never drove out the Jews’ longing for Eretz Yisrael—the Land of Israel. For thousands of years they prayed, “Next year in Jerusalem”— denoting David’s City!

Truth or Con$equence$

out-of-control1Truth or Con$equence$:  Is this  (1) the name of a very old, black and white, television program; (2) the name of a small town in New Mexico;  or (3) the debate sides for a discussion on sexually transmitted diseases? Answer, ALL THREE.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, STDs are out-of-control, with more than 100 million having a sexually transmitted disease at any given time. A whopping 20 million cases of STDs are reported each year, wreaking havoc on our country’s physical and fiscal health.

Sexual promiscuity or homosexual behavior among 15-25 year old Millennials not only tend to affect them with Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) but are harmful to our society as a whole.  For every 20 million cases, your tax dollars must absorb an additional $16 billion in direct medical costs.

That’s the truth and its CON$EQUENCE$!

Bring Your Bible to School Day

Bring-Your-Bible-to-School2014Did you know that students have recently been ordered to stop reading their Bibles during free time at school?

Focus on the Family is sponsoring a new religious-freedom event, designed to help empower Christian students to be unashamed of their biblical beliefs. The first-ever “Bring Your Bible to School Day” will be celebrated on Oct. 16. On this day, thousands of students nationwide will voluntarily take their Bibles to school—to visibly celebrate religious freedom and share God’s hope with peers. You can be part of the solution and help share God’s hope by:

  • Letting as many Christian students as possible know about this key event by sharing  www.focusonthefamily.com/bringyourbible, so they can sign up to participate and download the free student guide.
  • Share the free guide with your church leaders so they can let the youth in their congregation know about the event. You can also direct them to the “For Pastors” section.
  • Share these free resources with friends and students using social media!

By taking these actions you are being part of the solution. “Bring Your Bible to School Day” will help remind our students of their constitutional rights – but more important than that, it will encourage our youth to be unashamed of the Gospel (Romans 1:16, ESV) and share their faith.