Monthly Archives: January 2013

Family Breakdown Contributes to Crime!

A new study by the federal Justice Department documents that the breakdown of the traditional family is a major contributor to the incidence of violent crime against kids. According to the new study, “from 1994 to 2010, youth living with … Continue reading

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Windows to the Womb

It’s been said that if wombs had windows, there’d be no abortions.  That is because pregnant mothers could see the miracle of the movement of little arms and legs and watch the profile, as the baby sucks his or her thumb. … Continue reading

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The Adoption Option

The sanctity of human life is often a moral ideal held by many, until the reality of a crisis pregnancy forces them to re-evaluate their options. Whether the pregnancy comes to an unmarried teenager or a career-oriented woman, “un-ready mothers” are … Continue reading

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Affirming True Religious Freedom

On January 16th, as presidents have done on this date for decades, President Obama proclaimed “Religious Freedom Day.” His proclamation began with a basic premise saying, “Foremost among the rights Americans hold sacred is the freedom to worship as we … Continue reading

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Stand Up and Speak Out!

Half a world away on Christmas Eve, Christians in Nigerian churches were celebrating the peace of Christ, when gunman broke through the doors at midnight and opened fire. Twelve people were killed in their pews before attackers set fire to … Continue reading

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The Right of Religious Freedom

Two great themes of the Declaration of Independence are the consent of the people and the protection of their equal rights. The government, subsequently established by our Constitution, was to be the guardian of the people’s rights, and was given … Continue reading

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Bipartisan Blunder

Despite promises to only increase taxes on the top 1 percent, our Congress averted the “fiscal cliff” in a bipartisan way—by  increasing payroll taxes on every working family! The U.S. Senate reportedly had only 3 minutes to read the 154-page … Continue reading

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