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"Laughter doeth good like a medicine." I just had a good laugh.
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Jack Hyles - God Is Still On The Throne From www.JackHyles.com - God Is Still On The Throne - by Dr. Jack Hyles, pastor of First Baptist Church, Hammond, Indiana from 1959-2001.
Jack Hyles - Running The Race Before You From www.JackHyles.com - Running The Race Before You - by Dr. Jack Hyles, pastor of First Baptist Church, Hammond, Indiana from 1959-2001.
A Burden Vs. A Call - Jack Hyles Yesterday's Devil Fighters The Jack Hyles Home Page The Jack Hyles Home Page strongly condemns the current pastor of First Baptist Church of Hammond, Indiana...
(2/3) "John the Baptist the Doubter" - Sermon by Pastor Jack Hyles www.jesus-is-savior.com Download the sermon (audio): www.jesus-is-savior.com
(1/3) "John the Baptist the Doubter" - Sermon by Pastor Jack Hyles www.jesus-is-savior.com Download the sermon (audio): www.jesus-is-savior.com
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Three decades after quoting the popular Christian song In Christ Alone during a postgame press conference, Indianapolis head coach Frank Reich stood at the podium Sunday and recited it again, saying he wanted to encourage those who are struggling in life.
Three decades after quoting the popular Christian song In Christ Alone during a postgame press conference, Indianapolis head coach Frank Reich stood at the podium Sunday and recited it again, saying he wanted to encourage those who are struggling in life.
Homeless ministries are preparing for higher costs and greater demand, while publishers and distributors relying on overseas shipping are also affected.Wheeler Mission in Indianapolis usually produces tens of thousands of Thanksgiving meals for the hungry. Their motto: “Fill plates with food and lives with the hope of Christ.” This year, they may run out of the former before everyone is served.Sam Brown, head chef at the Christian social services and homeless ministry, said he’s worried about having enough turkeys. From California to Chicago, there are nationwide reports of turkey shortages and massive price increases, both of which will affect nonprofit organizations feeding folks this season.Shipping orders are blowing past delivery deadlines due to difficulty finding truck drivers. The ministry is short-staffed and is still trying to hire a dishwasher.Hundreds of charities across the country are feeling the crunch of the global supply chain crisis, which is coming to national attention ahead of the holiday season. New research shows that nearly half of churches and faith organizations are involved in feeding the hungry, and this year they’re forced to shift processes based on longer wait times, product shortages, and unstable market expectations.In some cases, ministries have been able to move forward with plans as normal. In other cases, depending on demand and access to resources, they’ve seen how the supply chain issues have gone on to impact those they’re trying to serve—from feeding the hungry in their own neighborhoods to sending Christian resources around the world.The current struggles aren’t due to a lack of community generosity. Despite last year’s economic downturn, Americans actually donated more money in 2020 than they did in 2019. Though numbers for 2021 are not yet released, the Chronicle of Philanthropy ...Continue reading...
Here are “The 7” top trending items at FRC over the past seven days:1. Update: Lacking Infrastructural IntegrityIt was shaping up to be one of Joe Biden’s worst weeks yet. Humiliated in Virginia and nearly so in New Jersey, then came the news that the president’s approval rating had collapsed. By all rights, Biden’s radical agenda was done—kaput. Until late recently, when—for reasons no one can fathom—13 Republicans decided to give the sinking party a life raft.2. Update: Tailoring Suits to Stop BidenThe president used his “emergency” powers to file the vaccine mandate but there has been absolutely no hurry to put it into effect. If COVID is that urgent, Joe Biden has sure taken his sweet time showing it. But then, that’s one of the most outrageous parts of this whole process. The virus is no longer the emergency—the attacks it enables on our freedoms are.3. Blog: House Democrats Want to Fund… Companies That Oppress Uyghurs?Democrats have released their latest version of President Biden’s budget-busting reconciliation bill, taking it from bad to worse. This bill, nearing $1.75 trillion in new spending, covers programs that will fund abortions, imposes a one-size-fits-all approach to childcare, and now includes language that would allow taxpayer funding to subsidize Chinese companies that engage in human rights abuses.4. Blog: Blasphemy Laws in Pakistan Oppress Another VictimMasih, an Arabic word meaning “messiah,” is a common family name among Pakistani Christians. One of them is Stephan Masih, a Pakistani man with a psychological disability. Sadly, Masih is one of too many Christians in Pakistan who has become a victim of the country’s blasphemy laws.5. Washington Watch: Mark Green, Todd Rokita, Vicky Hartzler, Dave Yost, Brent KeilenTony Perkins was joined by Mark Green, U.S. Representative for Tennessee, to discuss the Democrats’ massive spending bills. Todd Rokita, Indiana Attorney General, unpacked Biden’s recently released vaccine mandate rule. Vicky Hartzler, U.S. Representative for Missouri, talked about the role critical race theory and education played in the Virginia governor’s race. Dave Yost, Ohio Attorney General, gave his thoughts on the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate rule. And, Brent Keilen, Vice President of FRC Action, reacted to the election results in Virginia and around the country.6. Washington Watch: August Pfluger, Roger Severino, Todd Nettleton, David ClossonWashington Watch guest host Joseph Backholm was joined by August Pfluger, U.S. Representative for Texas, who gave an update on the reconciliation and infrastructure bills and the Biden administration saying they would pay illegal immigrants $450,000. Roger Severino, Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, called out the Biden administration for improperly using an emergency rule provision to push mandates. Todd Nettleton, of The Voice of the Martyrs, shared how we can pray for persecuted believers during the upcoming International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians. And, David Closson, FRC’s Director of the Center for Biblical Worldview, discussed how Christians can think biblically about freedom.7. Pray Vote Stand Broadcast: Honoring God and Caesar in the Age of Government MandatesOn this episode of Pray Vote Stand, Tony Perkins was joined by Ryan Tucker, Robert Destro, and Owen Strachan to pray and weigh in on the upcoming deadlines for Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate rules. Many are facing a profoundly unfair choice between their convictions and their career. So how do we honor God and Caesar? Watch to find out.
Sam Ehlinger, recently drafted for the Indianapolis Colts from the University of Texas, says that in the midst of everything, his faith is what keeps him grounded. He later tweeted a photo of an open Bible, with Matthew 6:19-21 underlined.
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