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  1. LABOUR PARTY LOSES IN “SURPRISE” RESULT IN AUSTRALIA ELECTION (Friday Church News Notes, May 24, 2019, www.wayoflife.org, fbns@wayoflife.org, 866-295-4143) - In an upset victory that surprised pollsters, Scott Morrison, Australia’s conservative prime minister, won the national election on May 18. The Labour Party, which was expected to win, has vowed to instigate a radical homosexual rights agenda and ban religious exemptions for those who oppose it. A friend in Australia wrote, “Final results are still to come to see if the Coalition (Liberals/Nationals).. Read More View the full article
  2. The following material is excerpted from THE DISCIPLING CHURCH: THE CHURCH THAT WILL STAND UNTIL JESUS COMES . Available in print or as a free eBook from www.wayoflife.org. Following are some of the factors that have weakened the character of Bible-believing churches over the past 70 years and helped create a mixed multitude philosophy. Theological Liberalism Confidence in the Bible was weakened by theological liberalism and Darwinian evolution, and this greatly affected the spiritual power of churches. Though liberalism took many forms, its essence is an attack upon the authority of the Bible. The Northern Baptists became liberal in theology at the beginning of the 20th century. (They were known as the Northern Baptist Convention until 1950, when the name was changed to American Baptist Convention.) For example, in 1918, Harry Emerson Fosdick, pastor of the influential Riverside Church in New York City, published The Manhood of the Master , denying that Jesus Christ is God. In 1926, the Northern Baptist Convention voted by .. Read More View the full article
  3. The following material is excerpted from THE DISCIPLING CHURCH: THE CHURCH THAT WILL STAND UNTIL JESUS COMES . Available in print or as a free eBook from www.wayoflife.org. Outline Christ’s Reproof Paul’s Reproof The Ministry of Reproof in Scripture The Blessing of Godly Reproof Effectual Reproof Public and Private Reproof The Ministry of the Body A ministry of exhortation, reproof, rebuke, warning, and correction toward sin and error are necessary for making true disciples of Jesus Christ. The ministry of loving reproof and correction is necessary .. Read More View the full article
  4. STEVEN ANDERSON BANNED FROM YET ANOTHER COUNTRY (Friday Church News Notes, May 17, 2019, www.wayoflife.org fbns@wayoflife.org, 866-295-4143) - Steven Anderson has been banned from yet another country. This time it is Ireland. Anderson was scheduled to preach in Dublin on May 26, but the Minister for Justice signed an exclusion order against him. This is the first time that someone has been banned under a 1999 immigration law that allows exclusion “in the interest of national security or public policy.” The decision followed a gay activist petition that received over 14,000 signatures. Anderson is targeted for his statements that homosexuals should be killed. After the mass shooting at a gay-friendly nightclub.. Read More View the full article
  5. One of the most important habits to develop in the Christian life is that of daily Bible reading. It is the Word of God that has the power to sanctify the believer and build him up in Christ. It imparts conviction, enlightenment, spiritual strength, faith, wisdom, repentance. Consider the following Scriptures: “This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth; but thou shalt meditate therein day and night, that thou mayest observe to do according to all that is written therein: for then thou shalt make thy way prosperous, and then thou shalt have good success” (Joshua 1:8). “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall... Read More View the full article
  6. The following is excerpted from Keeping the Kids , which is available from Way of Life Literature: “... from a child thou hast known the holy Scriptures” (2 Timothy 3:15). One of the most important things that parents can do for their children it to help them develop a habit of daily Bible study. Though I grew up in church, I do not remember any instruction or challenge whatsoever about this. It is by the Word of God that the young person can cleanse his way in this wicked world (Psalm 119:9). It must get down into the heart and soul and thus permeate the individual’s life, and this will not happen unless reading, study, memorization, and.. Read More View the full article
  7. There is a lot of talk about walls today, particularly President Donald Trump’s plan to build an effective wall on America’s southern border. That is a reasonable, common sense thing. Even the opponents of Trump’s wall use walls. They have walls on their own property, with gates and doors and strong locks. Every sane person understands the importance of walls in a fallen world. Walls are protection. Walls keep out things that shouldn’t come in. The New Testament church needs walls, as well. These are spiritual walls. We have five walls in our church. First, we have the wall of the biblical standard for baptism, which is primarily born again salvation (Ac. 2:42; 8:36-37). We aren’t hasty in this matter. We do our best to baptize only those who give evidence of salvation (2 Co. 5:17; 1 Jo. 2:3-4). We make sure that each person.. Read More View the full article
  8. FIRST TELEVISED ROCK WORSHIP SERVICE HAD ALL THE EARMARKS OF CCM TODAY (Friday Church News Notes, May 10, 2019, www.wayoflife.org, fbns@wayoflife.org, 866-295-4143) - The first televised rock worship service, a half-century ago, had all of the earmarks of Contemporary Christian Music today and all of the loud warning signs for wise, Bible-believing Christians and churches. The date was April 27, 1969, the year I entered the U.S. Army. The band was The Mind Garage; the broadcaster was ABC (American Broadcasting Corporation); the forum was Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church in Bowery, Manhattan. The event was called “14th Electric Mass.” It was seen by thousands of people in the United States and rerun annually into the 1980s (classicchristianrockzine.com). Consider the earmarks of this proto-rock worship service: First, from its inception rock worship was pagan in sound. The music of the first.. Read More View the full article
  9. The cuckoo is the common name for a family of birds (scientific name Cuculidae) that has about 60 members. There is a large variety. While most are dove-sized, they can range in size from 6.5 to 36 inches; and while the most common are blue gray and brown, some are iridescent blue and emerald green. All have long tails, usually with the individual feathers tipped with white. The most common is the Cuculus canorus , known simply as.. Read More View the full article
  10. While the declarations of the Roman Catholic Vatican II Council of the 1960s did bring changes to the Catholic Church, it did not change its foundational dogmas. Not only did Vatican II uphold Rome’s false dogmas, it actually strengthened them. The more than 2,400 bishops attending Vatican II reaffirmed such Roman heresies as papal supremacy, the Roman priesthood, the mass as a re-sacrifice of Christ, the sacramental gospel, Catholic tradition on equal par with Scripture, Mary as the Queen of Heaven and co-redemptress with Christ, auricular confession, pilgrimages to “holy shrines,” purgatory, and prayers to and for the dead. All of these Roman dogmas are reaffirmed in Vatican Council II--The Conciliar and Post Conciliar Documents . This book is published by the Roman Catholic Church and contains the Imprimatur: Walter P. Kellenberg, D,D., Bishop of Rockville Centre, Aug. 12, 1975. “Imprimatur" is the official Catholic stamp of approval and means “let it be printed.” Consider some quotes from the Vatican II documents: Read More View the full article
  11. FATHER PUNISHED BY BRITISH COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT/COURT FOR NOT AFFIRMING HIS DAUGHTER’S TRANSSEXUALISM (Friday Church News Notes, May 3, 2019, www.wayoflife.org fbns@wayoflife.org, 866-295-4143) - The following is excerpted from “Father Gagged, Found Guilty of ‘Family Violence,’” The Federalist , Apr. 24, 2019: “Last week, Justice Francesca Marzari of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, Canada, declared a father guilty of ‘family violence’ against his 14-year-old daughter on the sole basis that he had engaged in ‘expressions of rejection of [her] gender identity.’ These ‘expressions’ revolved entirely around his polite refusal to refer to his daughter as a boy in private, and his steady choice to affirm that she is a girl in public. As previously reported, the .. Read More View the full article
  12. “Till I come, give attendance to reading, to exhortation, to doctrine” (1 Timothy 4:13). The preacher is to give himself to reading . This refers, first of all, to the public reading of the Scriptures . Reading, exhortation, and doctrine are public ministries. “Reading” is “anagnosis,” which refers to reading out loud. “Philip heard him read” (Ac. 8:28). It is used for the reading of Scripture in the synagogues (Lu. 4:16; Ac. 13:7; 15:21; 2 Co. 3:15) and in the churches.. Read More View the full article
  13. Rob Bell’s book Love Wins stirred up something of a hornet’s nest of controversy among “evangelicals” when it was published in 2011, which we found puzzling. The man had been denying eternal hell and teaching a universalistic faith for a long time. In a 2005 interview with Beliefnet, Bell said “the church must stop thinking about everybody primarily in categories of in or out, saved or not, believer or nonbeliever.” In his influential book Velvet Elvis , which is popular with a great many Southern Baptists, he described a wedding that he conducted for two pagan unbelievers who told him that “they didn’t want any Jesus or God or Bible or religion to be talked about” but they did want him to “make it really spiritual” (p. 76). Bell agreed with this ridiculous request and said that his pagan friends “are resonating with Jesus.. Read More View the full article
  14. Clothing is a form of language. It is a “social message,” a fashion “statement.” Wikipedia defines fashion as “a prevailing mode of expression.” The report acknowledges that “every article of clothing carries a cultural and social meaning” and observes that “humans must know the code in order to recognize the message transmitted.” American fashion designer Rachel Zoe said, “Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak” (goodreads.com). Feminist writer Virginia Woolf said, “Clothes change our view of the world, and the world’s view of us” ( Orlando , chapter 4).... Read More View the full article
  15. RUGBY LEAGUE TO FIRE $1 MILLION STAR PLAYER OVER BIBLE VERSE POSTS ON HOMOSEXUALITY (Friday Church News Notes, April 26, 2019, www.wayoflife.org, fbns@wayoflife.org, 866-295-4143) - The following is excerpted from ChristianHeadlines.com, Apr. 16, 2019: “An Australian rugby star who makes more than $1 million per year is set to be fired in the coming days for posting a Bible verse about homosexuality on social media and urging his follows to ‘turn to Jesus.’ Rugby Australia said April 14 that Israel Folau was in breach of the players’ code of conduct and had 48 hours to accept the sanction or have the matter referred to a Code of Conduct hearing. The incident warranted ‘termination of his employment contract,’ the statement said. The meeting could occur next week. Speaking after church Sunday, Folau said he would not apologize for the Bible-centric social media posts on Instagram and Twitter and would be content walking away from rugby. Folau signed a contract in 2015 that paid him.. Read More View the full article
  16. This article is a chapter from James Crumpton's book New Testament Church Discipline , which is available as a free eBook from Way of Life Literature. Read it now . “Now before the feast of the passover, when Jesus knew that his hour was come that he should depart out of this world unto the Father, having loved his own which were in the world, he loved them unto the end. And supper being ended, the devil having now put into the heart of Judas Iscariot, Simon's son, to betray him; Jesus knowing that the Father had given all things into his hands, and that he was come from God, and went to God; He riseth from supper, and laid aside his garments; and took a towel, and girded... Read More View the full article
  17. The following is from Why Most Independent Baptist Churches Will Be Emerging Within 20 Years , available as a free eBook from www.wayoflife.org - Read it now. I, for one, believe in separation. I am convinced that the “renunciation of separatism” is the renunciation of biblical Christianity. Separation is biblical. It is even an “essential” and a “fundamental” doctrine. Separation is not the gospel, but it is a divinely-ordained wall of spiritual protection against apostasy and the world. To reject “separatism” is to tear down this important wall so that God’s people are no longer kept from the “good words and fair speeches” whereby heretics deceive the hearts of the simple (Romans 16:17-18) and no longer protected from the siren call of the world. I was not raised a separatist. I don’t hold to separation as some form of tradition from my fathers. I was raised Southern Baptist and... Read More View the full article
  18. The brown bear is also known by territorial names such as the Alaskan, the Grizzly, the Kodiak, and the Siberian, which are considered subspecies. The Latin name for the species, Ursus arctos , actually means bear bear , with Ursus being the Latin word for bear and arctos the Greek word. Most subspecies of the brown bear are massive, with males averaging six to nine feet in length, standing five feet at the shoulder. They weigh 500 to 1200 pounds, largely depending on diet and habitat. The Kodiak rivals the polar bear as the largest member of the bear family and the largest land-based predator. It is 10 feet tall when standing on its hind legs. The male is about 50% larger than the female. The brown bear can range in color from blond to gray to black... Read More View the full article
  19. It’s Monday morning after Easter Sunday. The first task on your task list is “Start preparing next Sunday’s message.” But hold on a minute. This particular Monday morning brings a collision of dynamics to your heart (good and bad), a psychological soup… Delight in the energy and life of Easter Sunday. Exhaustion from the adrenaline-crash of Monday morning. Regret over how you would change your message, in retrospect. Possibly comparison (hopefully not) as you scroll social media. Hopefully joy in seeing how God worked in so many places. Celebration over those who trusted Christ. A new weight of responsibility as you hope to disciple those new believers. The questions of “what really happened and did it make a difference?” The Monday morning after Easter, for spiritual leaders, is a mental gumbo of complex joy and questions. It’s a bit like a friendly hurricane flew through your head. At some point we have to process it, though, for the moment it’s easier just to sit and stare. It’s a good “sitting and staring” though—a joyful, tired kind of coma. As I sort out my Monday morning, mental gumbo, here’s how I’m landing… 1. I’m grateful to many people—Our pastoral staff led so well. Our ministry staff labored so faithfully and diligently. Our volunteers arrived early, served in the rain, and simply lit up the whole place with joy and energy. Hundreds of people served hundreds of other people. I’m thankful to be a member of this team with these amazing people. 2. I’m honored to have the privilege to preach Jesus—God’s word is “good news” and it’s numbing to think, “I have to opportunity to share the greatest good news ever with people, every week!” It’s a blessing to rest in the reality that God blesses His word, and His word never returns void. There will be a harvest! 3. I’m cherishing the memory of seeing people enjoy their church—Call me strange, but I find huge joy in seeing our church family enjoy Jesus, enjoy each other, enjoy church. Hearing them worship Jesus, seeing them love serving, knowing they are “flourishing in the courts of our God” is such an awesome delight! 4. I’m leaving the results in God’s hands—Numbers play games with our heads, so I try to avoid them. What I most want to know is that someone was pointed to Jesus, someone was strengthened, someone heard the gospel, someone was served or helped. Each week, I ask God so show me “someone” who was changed. Just one is enough for me to give it another week, another message, another go. And guess what? He usually does! Almost every week (almost) God gives me a glimpse of His work—a person I meet in the lobby, a text message, an email, a story that someone shares. God is good to poke pin-holes through the veil of faith, to assure us He is at work. He knows me. If He shows me much more, I am tempted in all the wrong ways toward satisfaction and self-focus. So the safe route is to leave the results to Him and rest to know He’s at work behind the scenes. 5. I’m going to celebrate His goodness again today—Jesus is still alive, and someone who heard the gospel yesterday woke up again today thinking, “I’m a new person! I’m heading to Heaven! No more fear. No more struggle to be good enough. Jesus is in me!” How do I know this? After I trusted Jesus, my first conscious thought the next morning was “Jesus is in me!” It was if He was reminding me, “Hey, I’m in your life now!” That happened this morning to someone who was in church yesterday! Beyond that, while my task list is calling me to start “next Sunday’s message” my heart and my Savior are saying, “Catch your breath. Celebrate God’s goodness. Soak in it for a while. Enjoy it!” I get the sense that God just did something to “blow my mind” and He wants to see me drop my jaw with wonder for a while before I open my project list and start plowing again. 6. I’m going to cherish this moment—This was my 30th Easter with Dana. Mind blown. God’s sustaining grace has been real and remarkable. Church family, family, friends, and grandkids all make this moment so irreplaceable and so joyfully explosive. The great joy of Easter is not in the numbers or church “achievement.” It’s in the life of Jesus overflowing in the relationships around us! What I most cherish about ministry is who we get to serve with! I’m surrounded by the greatest people on the planet, and I live every day with the strong sense that “God put us together, for this needy moment, in New England!” Every where I looked yesterday I saw someone I wanted to hug, thank, bless, and cherish! I saw friends I wanted to encourage and say “GREAT JOB! ISN’T THIS FUN?!” I’m sure you did too. These moments pass quickly, and I don’t want (even good) ambition, busyness, or a “quest for more” to over-run them. That I get to serve Jesus with these people is the greatest joy and privilege of life! 7. I’m going to rest and restore—this might involve a donut or a steak or a pizza—or all three. It might involve taking a walk with Dana. It will likely involve listening to The Lord is My Salvation or Psalm 34 at an unhealthy volume. It’s probably going to mean hugging some grandkids, making vacation plans, reading something renewing, and moving slowly through this week. It will be a long, slow inhale—like one of those gratifying, full sighs that makes your lungs feel “ahead of the oxygen game.” In other words, I’m choosing not to regret or critique. I’m choosing not to compare to compete. I’m choosing not to mindlessly plow forward, breathless, fatigued, and depleted. I’m choosing not to psycho-analyze my message or the results. I’m going to sigh—slow inhale, slow exhale—and rest in whatever God does with my feeble offering of service. Most of all, I’m going to smile! He really is alive, and He proved it again yesterday. How can that NOT make you smile, even on the Monday morning after Easter! View the full article
  20. ISRAEL’S MOON LANDER CRASHES (Friday Church News Notes, April 19, 2019, www.wayoflife.org fbns@wayoflife.org, 866-295-4143) - Israel’s moon lander Beeresheet crashed on the far side of the moon on April 11. Beeresheet , meaning “in the beginning,” was the first attempt by a private enterprise to put a spacecraft on the moon’s surface. (The project was a joint project between the privately-funded SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries.) The craft successfully made the journey to the moon and entered moon orbit, but there was a glitch in the engine as it neared the surface. Morris Khan, president of SpaceIL, announced that a second attempt will be made. Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, who had won his re-election bid the day before and was watching the landing attempt from the control room near Tel Aviv, said, “If at first you don’t succeed, you try again.” Beeresheet accomplished great things on a shoe-string .. Read More View the full article
  21. The Shack , authored by William Paul Young, is a novel that explores the issue of why God allows pain and evil. It is a fictional account of a man who is bitter against God for allowing his youngest daughter to be murdered and who returns to the scene of the murder, an old shack in the woods, to have a life-changing encounter with God. The “God” that he encounters, though, is not the God of the Bible. Published in 2007, The Shack was Number One on the New York Times bestseller list for 50 weeks. By 2012, it had sold 18 million copies internationally. It is being translated into 30 languages. The movie was released in March 2017, and the power of film has doubtless impelled the novel’s heretical message to an even larger.. Read More View the full article
  22. We have become aware of a tendency among some King James Bible defenders to exalt 17th-century British English to the level of divine holiness. For example, the following changes are made in some editions of the KJV: afterwards - afterward; alway - always; apparelled - appareled; armour - armor; armoury - armory; asswage - assuage; astonied - astonished; behaviour - behavior; baken - baked; broided - braided; cloke - cloak; colour - color; defence - defense.. Read More View the full article
  23. Each year, I share some thoughts leading into Easter regarding the predictable spiritual battle of preaching Jesus. This is for spiritual leaders and Christian servants who are engaged in Gospel ministry this week and are simultaneously experiencing spiritual battle… Any time you tackle a big effort to lift up Jesus, you can buckle up for some spiritual opposition of some kind. It’s as predictable as the sunrise. WHAT IT LOOKS AND FEELS LIKE… Sometimes it’s purely an internal, emotional, psychological weight or oppression. The sheer intangibility of this makes it hard to identify. In this case, you just feel in a fog, discouraged, or generally negative. Sometimes it’s tied to fatigue—during a big ministry week you are expending more physical and emotional energy, making you more irritable or sensitive. Sometimes it’s conflict-oriented—bumping into others emotionally (who are perhaps also facing similar battles), or finding conversations more combustible, running thin, or generally “flaring up” more easily. Sometimes it’s circumstantial—a car accident, a hard drive crash, a technical systems problem, an irritating or discouraging series of events—more than usual, indicating that it’s more than random. Sometimes it’s personal and functional—this could be an amped up anxiety about your message, your cue card, your weekend events, the details or teams you are managing. It’s just an added layer of intensity to ministry that you’re carrying, and maybe tossing and turning over. This can also contribute to tension, stress, and inner turmoil or relational tension. Can we say “lost sleep?” HOW TO DEAL WITH IT… First, see it for what it is. At least for me, this is like 99% of the battle. For years I would get neck deep into this before realizing it’s primarily of a spiritual nature. Seeing it as deliberate opposition (as opposed to merely random occurrences) would immediately neutralize the vast majority of its power over me. Resist the Devil and he will flee… he’s all smoke and no fire. But he’s really good at smoke! Second, deliberately reframe the inner narrative. The best way to do this is pray. Cast down imaginations, and stand on truth. Don’t allow lies, deception, and incriminating thoughts to win the day. Refuse to let the opposition win your attitude. Don’t let Satan kill the awesome joy that there is in serving Jesus and giving the Gospel to others. Decide you won’t allow your opposition to have the pleasure of robbing you of actually experiencing resurrection power as you celebrate the resurrection. Ironic isn’t it—we celebrate resurrection in a “living death” sort of way. Third, breathe and rest and fuel up. Between now and Sunday it’s pretty critical that you rest well and have some down time. If you come into the weekend exhausted and depleted, so much for enjoying ministry and rejoicing in resurrection! You will barely remember it! God’s people deserve the best you—the joyful, rested, unanxious, gracious you. That you only emerges when you’ve rested properly, eaten wisely, and cultivated a healthy soul. Your best weekend isn’t a product of radical over-extension and personal depletion. It’s a product of resting in Jesus to do the work you cannot do. It’s pretty hard to call people to the “joyful, abundant Christian life” from the prison cell of frustration and emptiness. Finally, link arms with co-laborers, family, and friends, renew your passion for the Gospel of grace, think for half a second about what it really means to celebrate the hope of resurrection, and ENJOY giving the Gospel to hungry and hurting hearts this weekend. There’s no greater joy ever! The spiritual opposition of ministry is hard, hurtful, and just plain frustrating. The spiritual fruit of seeing one heart turn to Jesus is worth it all! It’s a mind game more than anything else, and Satan’s strategy is all built on lies. He only has the power you grant him by believing his lies. He fears you and your Gospel message IMMENSELY! He fears what is going to go down this weekend at your church. Literally! The Lion of Judah is about to roar! Rest up. Fuel up. Chin up. Head up. Eyes up. Your best Friend rose up from the grave, saved you, called you, enables you, goes before you, empowers you, and plans to use you. He’s got this, He’s got you, and He’s got someone in mind that you will reach! When I first wrote this article, it was after an evening prayer time at our church. During that service, a sweet lady raised her hand and said, “Pastor, I got saved three years ago at our Good Friday service!” Three years later, she’s loving Jesus, growing in grace, and serving with her church family. My heart soared! (For two reasons!) First, I needed to hear that and rejoice with her. But second, that particular year, a guy (a carnal and critical pastor) shredded me publicly, online, for having a “Good Friday service.” I distinctly remember that year how discouraging that week was. One carnal man tried to kick me in the gut, but, three years later, fruit remains and speaks for herself! I was reminded all over again that the opposition of grumpy people is no match for the power of the Gospel. Yes, in case you’re wondering, I’m preaching to myself, but I thought this time perhaps it would encourage others to make my message public. Don’t let the spiritual battle get you down. Rise up! Jesus has gone before you. Godspeed in GOSPEL ministry this weekend, friends! We will spend all of eternity rejoicing in the hearts that turn to Jesus this weekend, and we will barely remember the fog in which we served! P.S.—feel free to share, copy, paste, email, steal, claim credit for… whatever… with this, if you feel it can help or encourage someone in serving this week. View the full article
  24. Honor killing is defined by the Human Rights Watch as “acts of violence, usually murder, committed by male family members against female family members, who are held to have brought dishonor upon the family.” These are very common in the Middle East and Turkey. According to the United Nations, 5,000 females are murdered every year (“Murder in the Family,” Fox News , July 26, 2008). The perpetrators usually get off scot free or with a light sentence. Islamic apologists pretend that honor killings are “cultural” rather than a product of Islam, but Jihad Watch reports that in 2003 the Jordanian Parliament voted down ON ISLAMIC GROUNDS a provision designed to stiffen penalties for honor killings, and Al-Jazeera reported that “Islamists and conservatives said the laws violated religious traditions and would destroy families and values” (“Muslim Ran Down Daughter,” Jihad Watch , Oct. 22, 2009).. Read More View the full article
  25. U.S. UNIVERSITIES AWASH WITH CURRICULUM AIMED AT “QUEERING” STUDENTS (Friday Church News Notes, April 12, 2019, www.wayoflife.org, fbns@wayoflife.org, 866-295-4143) - The following is excerpted from “Queer and Trans Readings,” CBNNews, Feb. 19, 2019: “Many of America’s top colleges and universities are now offering courses designed to ‘advance a liberal agenda, malign conservatives and their values, and shut out ideological diversity,’ asserts a new report from Young America’s Foundation (YAF). YAF argues the curriculum at a wide range of American.. Read More View the full article

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