Monthly Archives: December 2014

A New Worldview Needed for 2015

Radio and culture commentator Kerby Anderson believes the government “gridlock” we often hear about is essentially a clash of worldviews. “On one side,” he says, “is the view that people cannot take care of themselves. So government needs to step … Continue reading

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#FreeSaeed this Christmas!

This Christmas marks the third year Idaho pastor Saeed Abedini, an American citizen, has been separated from his family and imprisoned in Iran for his Christian faith. Arrested in September (2012) after he returned to Iran to visit his family … Continue reading

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Happy Hanukkah!

Jews everywhere started celebrating Hanukkah, the eight-day Festival of Lights, on last Tuesday night. In Israel, the country is filled with Hanukkiot (Hanukkah 9-candle menoras), lights, sufganiyot (jelly donuts) and four-sided spinning tops, called dreidels. Hanukkah is a festival recalling … Continue reading

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“The True ‘Spirit’ of Christmas”

Charles Morris, the speaker on HAVEN TODAY, is currently reminding us about “The True ‘Spirit’ of Christmas.” He draws important insight from Isaiah, who prophesied (Is. 44:3) that God would pour out His Spirit like water poured over thirsty ground. … Continue reading

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Signs of His Coming

December is when Christians celebrate the Advent of our Lord—Jesus of Nazareth, the Jewish Messiah and our Savior! That first coming of our Lord was awaited and anticipated by true believers. Hundreds of prophetic promises were given before Jesus was … Continue reading

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Birthright Citizenship

The current debate about the president’s recent executive order assumes that children of illegal immigrants who are born here should automatically be considered U.S. citizens. But a Texas law school professor, Lino Graglia, challenges the policy of “birthright citizenship.” He … Continue reading

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