There's nothing small about the love of God
The Right News Right Now
Missionaries to the Czech Republic
The King of Kings Radio Network has been broadcasting the "good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ" since June 1987
David Cloud, Way of Life Literature
What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
The Original W.B. NOWLIN “Battle of Songs” Concerts Return to Fort Worth, Texas for three days! May 30 – June 1, 2024. The iconic W.B. NOWLIN “Battle of Songs” is set to make a grand return to Fort Worth, Texas, from May 30 to June 1, 2024. This eagerly anticipated event announces a lineup of Read More
Over 75% of Democratic voters support access to abortion for any reason, while bipartisan support is at the highest it's been since the 1970s, according to a new Wall Street Journal-NORC poll published Monday. Since the Supreme Court� declared� in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Center that abortion is not a constitutional right in June 2022, voters […]The post 75% of Democrats Support Killing Babies in Abortions for Any Reason appeared first on LifeNews.com.
Planned Parenthood Southeast has appointed its first nonbinary racial minority to serve as president and CEO as the regional abortion provider has lost ground since Roe v. Wade was overturned in June 2022.
After pleading guilty to two federal firearm violations in June, Deja Taylor, the 26-year-old mother whose 6-year-old son� shot his first-grade teacher� in the chest at Richneck Elementary School in Newport News, Virginia, in January,� will now have to spend 21 months in prison.
Duterte tried a hardline policy. Marcos is prioritizing rehab. Christians point to Jesus.While running for office last year, Philippines president Ferdinand “Bong Bong” Marcos Jr. promised to seek a new path to curb illegal drugs: Catch the “big fish” and rehabilitate drug users.“Let’s educate the younger ones,” Marcos said in a Taglish interview. “And those who are already involved [or already addicted], we should treat them. … We’re trying to formulate … the best way for the rehabilitation.”It’s a starkly different approach from his predecessor, Rodrigo Duterte, who outraged Filipinos and the international community with his brutal war on drugs, giving police blanket authority to kill anyone found using or dealing drugs.During Duterte’s six-year presidential term, government data reported around 6,000 drug-related killings. Human rights groups, however, peg the number much higher, estimating that up to 30,000 people were killed.“I will never, never apologize for the deaths,” Duterte said in January 2022. “Kill me, jail me, I will never apologize.”Since taking office, Marcos has established more than 100 community-based drug rehab centers that provide drug users with temporary shelter and reintegrate them into society. Today there are nearly 500 of these centers, called Balay Silangan Reformation Centers, in the Philippines.However, during the first year of Marcos’s presidency, the number of drug-related killings actually increased from the last year of Duterte’s term, according to a recent report by the Dahas Project at the University of the Philippines’ Third World Studies Center. They counted 342 killings from Marcos’s inauguration in July 2022 until June 2023, 40 more ...Continue reading...
Powered by Ekklesia-Online