Home / News

News

Can baptism forgive your sins?

baptism

Can baptism forgive your sins?  I walked in the hospital room and Terry was lying on her bed.  Her physical condition was deteriorating, and she was not ready to face her Creator.  I got ...

Read More »

Jewish groups demand Biden apologize for comparing Trump to infamous Nazi

biden goebbels

Jewish groups are demanding Joe Biden apologize for comparing President Donald Trump to Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels. “The rule in debate is that if your only argument is to call your opponent a ...

Read More »

Prayer echoes through Washington as march and rally fills National Mall

Thousands of Christians from across the nation gathered for prayer and rally at the National Mall in Washington D.C. on Saturday. Estimates put the number at anywhere between 10,000 and 20,000 people. ...

Read More »

United Methodist pastor demands changing denomination’s “racist” logo            

methodist logo

The cancel culture may be coming for the logo of the United Methodist Church. The cross and flame -— two red flames intertwined with a thin, black cross — is racist, according ...

Read More »

Religious freedom under attack, Attorney General William Barr says

attorney barr

The connection between freedom and religion is under assault, U.S. Attorney General William Barr said this week. “That crucial link between religion and liberty, so well understood at the founding, is all ...

Read More »

Thanks to financial grant, Missouri folklore being put on the map

folklore

Every community in Missouri seems to have its own folklore that is passed down from generation to generation. A recent grant will enable the state to erect signs commemorating some of those ...

Read More »

Focus on the Family will share powerful pro-life event on Saturday

focus on the family

The issue of abortion is front and center as the presidential race heats up and President Donald Trump appoints the successor to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. “See Life 2020,” on online event ...

Read More »

State Board of Accountancy opens investigation of Auditor Nicole Galloway

auditor galloway

Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway, who also is the Democrat candidate for governor, is now under investigation by the Missouri State Board of Accountancy. The investigation is in response to a complaint filed ...

Read More »

Woman gains right to be euthanized for depression, autism

depression autism

Amy de Schutter is a physically healthy woman suffering from depression and autism. She claims that the right to be euthanized saves lives after she was granted the right to assisted suicide. ...

Read More »

Yom Kippur is an act of repentance that changes one’s life course

yom kippur

It’s time for the spiritually spectacular day of the Biblical year! YOM KIPPUR begins sundown Sunday September 27, continuing Monday morning, afternoon and through the evening closing service marked by the last ...

Read More »

Gov. Parson activates National Guard as precaution in wake of protests

national guard protests

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard as a precautionary measure as protests broke over the death of Breonna Taylor. He also said the ...

Read More »

Kansas City Awakening March to coincide with Franklin Graham march in Washington

businesses, awakening

“Join your Christian brothers and sisters to cry out for God to bring a spiritual awakening in our city, nation, and the world!” is the call of Bishop John Birmingham. Birmingham and ...

Read More »

Serbia and Kosovo move towards naming lake and bridges after Trump

serbia lake

The nations of Serbia and Kosovo are naming a major lake after President Donald J. Trump. The news comes after Trump was already nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for his successful ...

Read More »

China infiltrating state and local gov’t with propaganda

trade china marriott rice

Communist propaganda has seeped into state and even local city governments and citizens must be vigilant. That the assessment of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. According to Pompeo, it is the ...

Read More »

Old Testament practice of gleaning still helps feed the hungry

gleaning

The Old Testament practice of allowing gleaning of harvested fields was used to take care of the poor. It has become more common during the Covid pandemic, even as it eases across ...

Read More »

Like her biblical namesake, our friend Esther Levens influenced kings and presidents

esther

Recently, Anita and I mourned the loss of a spunky person named Esther Levens. Esther, who passed away August 21, 2020, was a personal friend and a supporter of our newspaper and ...

Read More »

Open Doors says North Korea catastrophe is near

North Korea is on the verge of a catastrophic meltdown according to according to reports reaching Open Doors from North Korean Christians. “North Korea faces a major crisis with multiple causes,” say Timothy Cho, ...

Read More »

When noted journalists bashed political polls

journalists

Poll-bashing – the aggressive, even extreme lambasting of pollsters and their work – used to be blood sport among prominent American journalists. Mike Royko, one of Chicago’s most famous, if cantankerous, journalists, was ...

Read More »

Jim Caviezel’s ‘Infidel’ is an honest look at dying for one’s faith

infidel

Inspired by a true story, the new movie Infidel begins in Iran, with a man on the brink of being executed. As the trigger is pulled, he closes his eyes and there’s ...

Read More »

Senate investigation: Hunter Biden connected to illegal Burisma dealings and prostitution ring

biden

Hunter Biden, son of Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden, was involved in a number of illegal business dealings with foreign governments and Burisma, according to a report form a Senate Committee. The ...

Read More »

Sen. Josh Hawley wants government to tackle mental health aspects of lockdowns

hawley health

The ongoing pandemic and accompanying lockdowns is taking a toll on the health of many Americans, U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri said. “This time has been extraordinarily hard on people from ...

Read More »

Mike Pompeo tells Christians to remain diligent in prayer

pompeo remain

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo encourages Christians to focus on their faith and remain diligent in prayer. “We should be mindful of our responsibility, our duty, our obligation and our capacity to ...

Read More »

Bloomberg pays fines so 30,000 Florida felons can vote in Nov.

bloomberg felons

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg may come under investigation for paying off the fines of up to 30,000 convicted felons which would allow them to vote in November’s presidential election. The move is seen ...

Read More »

Louisville police officers shot as riots break out overnight

police shot

Riots spread to several cities across the nation overnight with two Louisville, Ky. police officers being shot. The riots were in response the jury verdict over the death of Breonna Taylor. The ...

Read More »

Police officer indicted in Breonna Taylor case but not for her death

police taylor

Louisville, Kentucky is bracing for a night of riots after a since fired police officer was indicted, but not specifically for the death of Breonna Taylor. Brett Hankison was involved in serving ...

Read More »
X
X