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Out looking for a place to rent today, we were surprised to find a small Baptist church! Peaked in to see they were in the middle of a meeting of some kind. May have found a building today. We should know more on Monday. Enjoying a traditional Super Bowl — 6:30am Monday, coffee, eggs, and […]
Millennials Across the United States are More Likely to Identify as Pro-life Than Previous Generations
The nation has seen a 12 percent decline in abortions, according to a recent study published in the Associated Press. Improvements in pro-life attitudes are reflected in these encouraging statistics and show the rising popularity of alternatives to abortion among millennials.The study shows the decline is nearly equal in both the most pro-life and pro-choice states.The decline in the least pro-life states:Vermont – Down 9%New York – Down 15%Connecticut – Down 21%New Jersey – Does not collect abortion dataMontana – Down 18%Washington – Down 17%Oregon – Down 18%Nevada – Down 22%California – Does not collect abortion dataHawaii – Down 30% The decline in the most pro-life states:North Dakota – Down 8%Nebraska – Down 8%Kansas – Down 13%Missouri – Down 18%Indiana – Down 20%Oklahoma – Down 19%Arkansas – Down 6%Texas – Down 12%Mississippi – Down 6%Louisiana – Up 12%This summer, in an article for the Boston Globe entitled American Millennials Rethink Abortion, For Good Reasons, author Jeff Jacoby explained some of the reasoning behind these trends. One factor is “an empathy-driven reaction” that views abortion negatively because of improvements in medical technology such as vivid ultrasound images, which humanize the issue of abortion.Additionally, improvements in neonatal medicine have changed what constitutes a viable unborn baby. Jacoby explains that because of medical advances, babies born extremely prematurely are able to “survive and flourish,” whereas a generation ago survival might not have been possible.Jacoby relates a statistic that may be surprising to many. Of all age groups, young adults are now the most likely to think abortion should be illegal in all circumstances. That position connotes a very strong negative opinion of abortion that the majority of millennials share.According to Students for Life of America, the Marist poll data shows that 59 percent think abortion is “morally wrong”; 58 percent think abortion “does more harm than good”; and 64 percent think the abortion rate is “higher than it should be.” In previous generations, those under the age of 30 were the most vocal proponents of abortion.On a more personal level, today’s millennials have friends and family members who regret denying their children the chance at life. The Silent No More campaign calls this the Shockwaves of Abortion and has dedicated each month to the healing of various people who have been affected by abortion including the parents, grandparents, siblings, abortion providers, and others. Millennials may also be more hesitant to think about abortion positively simply because they have survived Roe v. Wade. Regardless of the motivations, the increasing support for the protection of the unborn and their right to life is a most encouraging trend.Joshua Denton is a senior in college and works with the Indiana Family Institute in Indianapolis. Follow Joshua Denton on Twitter @1776Josh.
We Are More than "Born Equal," Mr. President
In a speech at a Baltimore mosque last week, President Obama said, “We’re all born equal, with inherent dignity.”He’s right. But his chronology is inadequate.Our Declaration of Independence says we are “created equal.” That’s an important piece of phrasing in that it accurately represents the true origin of our humanity. Our Creator, from the moment of our conception, bestows on us His image and likeness. From that fraction of time on, we are persons. All the DNA that composes our beings is there at the union of the sperm and egg. As my colleague Cathy Ruse and I wrote a few years ago, “the scientific evidence is quite plain: at the moment of fusion of human sperm and egg, a new entity comes into existence which is distinctly human, alive, and an individual organism -- a living, and fully human, being.”Throughout his time in elective office, in the Illinois and U.S. Senates and now as President, Mr. Obama has been a consistent and strident proponent of unrestricted access to abortion-on-demand. His health care plan subsidizes it. He is suing in federal court to demand that everyone from faith-based colleges to an order of Catholic nuns provide contraception to their employees. He wants birth control with potentially abortifacient action made widely available. It is thus difficult not to see his assertion of our being born with inherent dignity as a turn of phrase calculated deliberately to avoid dealing with the humanness of the unborn child.We are created with dignity from the moment when our humanness starts. That’s called conception. It takes place in the womb. No clever phrasing can ever diminish what the conscience cannot deny and science cannot but confirm: That life within the womb isn’t some collection of tissue and blood -- he or she is a baby who should be protected by law and welcomed into life.
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11/23/2015 Advanced search location search fixed

yes I have fixed the advanced search feature that allows you to search for ministries a within a certain radius from a zip code or city. I have only implented this for the United States and Canada right now.


no Many of the older listing do not have the location information, and a bug that was just fixed, had the wrong Map Coordinates in the database. The base will become more correct and all inclusive as I update and check websites. All new links that provide an address will be correct on entry.

11/20/2015 Updating Website Data

We are going back into the ministry full time. I am now devoting major time to checking broken links, adding links, and fixing this (and the other websites we run). The error reports are all caught up....

10/08/2015 Update of Videos

As time permits, I will be updating the videos sections of this portal. I am looking to replace missing parts of sermon series as well as putting all the multipart sermons in order.

I have updated the Lester Roloff section.

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