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Today's category: AmishCollateral Required An Amish man wanted a loan for $500. He approached his local banker. The banker pulled out the loan application, asking, "What are you going to do with the money?" "Take some jewelry to city and sell it," said the Amish man. "What have you got for collateral?" queried the banker, going strictly by the book. "Don't know what collateral means." "Well that's something of value that would cover the cost of the loan. Have you got any vehicles?" "Yes, I have a 1949 Chevy pickup." The banker shook his head, "How about livestock?" "Yes, I have a horse." "How old is it?" "I don't know; it has no teeth." Finally the banker decided to make the $500 loan. Several weeks later the Amish man was back in the bank. He pulled out a roll of bills, "Here's the money to pay loan," he said, handing the entire amount including interest. "What are you going to do with the rest of that money?" "Put it in my pocket." "Why don't you deposit it in my bank?" he asked. "I don't know what deposit means." "Well, you put the money in our bank and we take care of it for you. When you want to use it you can withdraw it." The Amish man leaned across the desk, looking suspiciously at the banker, and asked, "What you got for collateral?"View hundreds more jokes online.Email this joke to a friend
Today's category: CreationA Childs Point Of View The story of Adam and Eve was being carefully explained in the children's Sunday School class. Following the story, the children were asked to draw some picture that would illustrate the story. Little Bobby was most interested and drew a picture of a car with three people in it. In the front seat, behind the wheel was a man and in the back seat, a man and a woman. The teacher was at a loss to understand how this illustrated the lesson of Adam and Eve. But little Bobby was prompt with his explanation. "Why, this is God driving Adam and Eve out of the garden!"View hundreds more jokes online.Email this joke to a friend
Please join us this weekend for our marriage seminar with Dr. Wayne Cofield. he Bible is most certainly not quiet concerning the topic of marriage! We are inviting you to invest in your marriage by attending our 2 day Bible and Marriage Seminar with Dr. Wayne Cofield. Dr. Cofield started Whitfield Baptist Church in 1978 in there home in Dalton, GA. Dr. Cofield started his church with just a hand full of people and it has grown to a thriving congregation where you can find a place to serve God, make new friends, and grow spiritually. Dr. Cofield is an engaging speaker who has been used of God across the country to encourage people in their marriages. He will be speaking from 9 – 12 pm on Saturday, October 21st. He will also be our guest preacher at Vision Baptist Church on the morning of the 22nd. A meal and childcare will be provided on Saturday as well as childcare. Please register online at visionbaptist.online .
Daniel 11:37 Neither shall he regard the God of his fathers, nor the desire of women, nor regard any god: for he shall magnify himself above all. Isn't that amazing. This person sounds like so many of us today. He has no regard for God or any god, really. He doesn't care how many others love God. He just wants to make much of himself. That is almost the definition of humanism. He is the epitome. He is the apex. He is the goal. This is probably a verse that refers to the AntiChrist. The verse also applies to all antichrists. Each of us that believe in ourselves and our abilities fall into this category. True salvation begins when you realize that it is not about you. It is about God. It is you knowing that you need God. It is your humbling yourself and magnifying God.
Dear Friends,In the face of chaotic and often disturbing events that dominate headlines and news feeds these days, I am often tempted (and sometimes succumb) to feelings of frustration and anger. I sometimes imagine that if only I were in charge, things would be so much better. If only I could have more control and worldly power, I could wield it in order to make everyone’s lives better, and I would feel better too.When we examine the lives of those who do have influence, however—the rich, famous, and powerful—the results are often not pretty. In our increasingly godless society, money, fame, and power are often sought as ends in themselves because they are so alluring. As believers, it’s easy to delude ourselves into thinking, “Well, it’s true that money, fame, and power have a tendency to cause corruption in people, but that would never happen to me because I know that God is most important. I would use these things to better the world.” It’s easy to use this kind of reasoning to justify wasting money on lottery tickets, wasting time on Facebook curating our profiles just so, and wasting our talents on frivolous pursuits in order to gain societal status.The reality for most of us is that we will never be in positions of great influence, and we will never be rich, famous, and powerful. And that’s perfectly okay. Why? Because one of life’s great paradoxes is that the less control we possess over our lives, the freer we are. When we let go of the vice grip we have around our life goals and life plans, God gives us a multitude of opportunities for us to do His will, not ours. Living in this way is truly freeing, because it gives us the roomy flexibility to respond to a friend or stranger in need who inconveniently disrupts our lives. Having less money, fame, and power also frees us from being distracted from what truly matters: nurturing love within our families and those closest to us.As Mother Teresa once said: “If you want to bring happiness to the whole world, go home and love your family.”Thank you for your prayers and for your continued support of FRC and the family.Sincerely,Dan Hart Managing Editor for Publications Family Research CouncilP.S. Don’t miss out on all of the amazing talks that happened at the Values Voter Summit this past weekend! FRC ArticlesPlanned Parenthood Is Targeting Baby Girls in the Womb – Cathy RuseThe New Religious Exemptions from the HHS Contraceptive Mandate Are a Victory for Personal Freedom (and Responsibility) Over State Coercion – Peter Sprigg20 Principles of Religious Liberty – Peter SpriggMedia Gets Brazil Ruling on Sexual Orientation Therapy All Wrong – Peter SpriggThe Kingdom of Bahrain Declaration: What It Got Right and What It Got Wrong – Travis Weber and Natalie PughThe Judicial Assault on Public School Privacy Policies Religious LibertyReligious Liberty in the Public SquareWhite House Rebuts Attacks by Democrats, New York Times on Catholic Court Nominee – Fred Lucas, The StreamTrump administration ends rule requiring nuns to fund contraception – Claire Chretien, LifeSiteNewsFederal court strikes down tax benefit for faith leaders – Alex Swoyer, The Washington TimesCalifornia Can Now Jail People for Misusing Gender Pronouns – Anders Hagstrom, The Daily SignalEnvironmentalist Lobby Goes After Another Trump Nominee For Being A Christian – E. Calvin Beisner, The FederalistNFL Athletes Can Take a Knee, But Universities are Denying Pro-Life Students Free Speech – Kristan Hawkins, LifeNewsApple removes pro-life prayer app – Samantha Gobba, WORLD"Free to Believe"Southwest Flight Attendant Says She Was Fired For Being Pro-Life – Grace Carr, The StreamReporter Tries to Get Tucson Police Officer in Trouble — for Exercising His First Amendment Right – Rachel Alexander, The StreamInternational Religious FreedomBeijing’s heavy hand – June Cheng & Erica Kwong, WORLDCameroon’s Bishops Warn of Genocide – Edward Pentin, National Catholic Register LifeAbortionHouse Passes Pro-Life Bill Banning Late-Term Abortions After 20 Weeks – Steven Ertelt, LifeNewsAre We Too Comfortable with Abortion? – Lori Hadacek Chaplin, National Catholic RegisterIn the Middle of the Abortion Killing Her Baby She Changed Her Mind. Miraculously Her Son Survived – Micaiah Bilger, LifeNewsWhat Big Abortion Doesn't Understand about Pro-Lifers – Matthew Archbold, National Catholic RegisterAdoptionForcing Faith-Based Organizations Out of Foster Care and Adoption Hurts Children – Elizabeth Kirk, Public DiscourseJanesville family receives national honors for efforts in adoption – Ashley McCallum, GazetteXtraBioethicsAssisted Suicide is No Peaceful Death. Some Patients Regurgitate, Have Seizures, or Wake Up Days Later – Michael Cook, LifeNewsAn Absurd Fate: What Happens to Abandoned Embryos? – Jennifer Lahl, Public DiscourseThe Resurgence and Rebranding of Population Control – Rebecca Oas, C-FamObamacareUniversal Coverage? My Fourth Health Care Plan Just Died Thanks to Obamacare – Michelle Malkin, The Daily Signal FamilyEconomics/EducationThanks To Testing Backlash, Virginia Drops U.S. History Tests Despite Horrific Public Ignorance – Joy Pullmann, The FederalistBetraying Liberal Education: A Response to President Paxson of Brown University – R.J. Snell, Public DiscourseThese Two Colorado Counties Are Ground Zero For School Choice Across The Country – Helen Raleigh, The FederalistThe Washington Post Gets Retirement Wrong – Andrew G. Biggs, National ReviewMarriageFacebook and Your Marriage – Tricia Goyer, Focus on the Family3 Things You Can Do Right Now to Make Your Marriage Happier – Jill Sieracki, BridesFaith/Character/CultureHow To Talk To Your Kids About Death, Shootings, Natural Disasters, And Other Scary Things – Libby Emmons, The FederalistThe Man and His Song: Tom Petty (1950–2017) – David Mathis, Desiring GodThe power of good – Ben Shapiro, Conservative ReviewDoes Modern Secularism Have a Memory Problem? – Fredric Heidemann, Word On FireAfter a Long Summer of Heartrending Tragedies, We Could All Use This – Megan Madden, VerilyOur Toxic Smartphone Addiction – Heather Wilhelm, National ReviewIs It Wrong to Try to Persuade Others to Change Their Beliefs? – Rebecca McLaughlin, The Gospel CoalitionHuman SexualityA no-tolerance policy for sexual harassment – Josh Wester, Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission University Refuses Research On Growing Numbers Of Trans People Who Want To Go Back – Walt Heyer, The FederalistResponding to the Transgender Revolution – Rob Smith, The Gospel CoalitionSex change regret silenced – Kiley Crossland, WORLDThe Price of the Campus Hookup Culture is High – Carolyn Moynihan, Intellectual TakeoutUConn Cancels Comedian Over Remarks on Transgender Children – Rachel Alexander, The StreamWhat Two Former Trans Men Want You To Know About All The Lies – Taylor Fogarty, The FederalistThe Transgender Matrix: It’s Time to Choose the Red Pill – Walt Heyer, Public DiscourseIt’s Past Time to Rethink Modern Sexual Morality – David French, National ReviewHuman TraffickingImpact on Capitol Hill, Standing for Online Sex Trafficking Victims – National Center on Sexual ExploitationThe fight against sex trafficking in the U.S. – Helen Taylor and Laila Mickelwait, Ethics & Religious Liberty CommissionPornographyPorn Is Not Harmless. It’s Cruel. – Justin Holcomb, The Gospel CoalitionHe was exposed to pornography at age 11, on his school laptop – National Center on Sexual ExploitationThe Porn Gap: Gender Differences in Pornography Use in Couple Relationships – Jason S. Carroll and Brian J. Willoughby, Family StudiesPornography and Sex Trafficking Are Linked: Take It From the FBI – Dawn Hawkins, National Center on Sexual ExploitationEveryone At My All-Boy High School Openly Watches & Talks About Porn – Fight the New Drug
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