Miscellaneous

Newt Gingrich Has a Spiritual Warning for Pastors

Newt Gingrich Has a Spiritual Warning for Pastors

‘The Nation’s on the Line’: Newt Gingrich Has a Spiritual Warning for Pastors ‘There are a lot of people on the other side…who deeply want our values to be wiped out by making them, frankly, illegal, and who are deeply committed to changing America …’ 08-04-2017 Paul Strand WASHINGTON — Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich […]

Mark Riggins and the potential of a second attempt

Mark Riggins and the potential of a second attempt

“It’s not going to be just politicians that are going to go in and change our country. It will be the church waking up and getting involved.” Mark Riggins, a retired school teacher in Las Vegas who made a first-time run for public office in 2016, trying to land a seat in the Nevada Assembly will […]

The ruin of women’s sports in America

The ruin of women’s sports in America

My wife Cindy and two of our daughters attended college on Title IX volleyball scholarships. The story of the transgender sprinter’s victory in the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes at the Connecticut State Track and Field Championships forebodes the ruin of women sports over the next quarter century. A person’s sex is biological, not psychological. Those […]

“Talk Less. Pray More Through the Prayers of Jesus.”

“Talk Less. Pray More Through the Prayers of Jesus.”

Gary Miller, pastor and author of the newly released book, “Talk Less. Pray More Through the Prayers of Jesus.” more > By W. Scott Lamb – The Washington Times – Saturday, May 6, 2017 Gary Miller is no stranger to readers here at The Washington Times. He penned a great article on prayer that received a wide reading. The topic […]

Pastor Doug Richey – ‘Make sacrifices for the greater good’

Pastor Doug Richey – ‘Make sacrifices for the greater good’

From metro Kansas City, he talks about being both a pastor and a public servant “We’re not soft-peddling this thing. This effort will be costly. It will involve sacrifice. And that’s part of what I’m also trying to communicate to my two daughters—one of which is about to graduate from high school and another who […]

Pastor Raymond Cruz Runs for Office and Wins

Pastor Raymond Cruz Runs for Office and Wins

Simi Valley, California, is most famous for being the home of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. If you’ve never seen the beauty of the area firsthand, just recall scenes from “Little House on the Prairie — as they filmed the show in the valley. I’m beginning a new series of interviews with Christians who have worked […]

Pastor says ‘Quit Whining. Change Your Bean Patch’

Pastor says ‘Quit Whining. Change Your Bean Patch’

Rob McCoy, councilman for Thousand Oaks, California, prays for the peace of his city. David Brody, a reporter for CBN, wrote recently about Hundreds of Pastors Seeking Political Offices. In the story, Brody tells the story of a friend of ours who did just that. Move over Donald Trump. It’s time to set another place at the […]

The sufficiency of the Word of God – Depend upon it!

The sufficiency of the Word of God – Depend upon it!

Maine Pastor Ken Graves calls upon fellow pastors to lead their flocks in revival! Click on the arrow above to hear this short, but timely, message. David’s Instructions to Solomon “When David’s time to die drew near, he commanded Solomon his son, saying,  “I am about to go the way of all the earth. Be […]

Virtue and Righteousness Are Key Components of Freedom

Virtue and Righteousness Are Key Components of Freedom

When former Ohio Congressman Bob McEwen speaks, people listen. God gave McEwen gifts of oratory, and we at the American Renewal Project put those talents to use when we gather across the nation for worship and the mobilizing of pastors and pews. At these events, Bob tells a story to illustrate how politics works: An airline […]

Christians Must Stand With Courage and Conviction

Christians Must Stand With Courage and Conviction

Lutheran Pastor Wolfgang Schuch was one of the giants of the 16th century. According to Charles Spurgeon’s The Treasury of David, Schuch was imprisoned for denying “the Church and the sacrifice of the mass” and was sentenced to be burnt at the stake. Upon hearing his sentence, he began singing the 122nd Psalm, “I was glad […]

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