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Protestant Radio Program 'Day1' Celebrates 70 Years of 'Preaching the Word of God' on Stations Across the World

Christian Post - Missions - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 2:44pm
A Georgia-based radio program centered on promoting the perspectives of mainline Protestant denominations has turned 70 this year.
Categories: Christian Post

Protestant Radio Program 'Day1' Celebrates 70 Years of 'Preaching the Word of God' on Stations Across the World

Christian Post - Church & Ministry - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 2:44pm
A Georgia-based radio program centered on promoting the perspectives of mainline Protestant denominations has turned 70 this year.
Categories: Christian Post

Episcopal Church Calls for Removal of All Confederate Flags; Says It's a Symbol 'at Odds With the Love of Jesus Christ'

Christian Post - Church & Ministry - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 1:40pm
The Episcopal Church, a theologically liberal denomination that has strong historic ties to the former Confederacy, voted at their General Convention in favor of a resolution calling for the removal of Confederate battle flags from public display.
Categories: Christian Post

Governor Wolf vetoes three more bills

WGRC News - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 12:43pm

Governor Wolf continued exercising his veto powers in Harrisburg yesterday. The governor who just a day before vetoed the entire state budget, yesterday vetoed three more bills. One of those bills is to privatize the Pa State Liquor system with Wolf saying that the state can support and bolster consumer convenience without selling the system and risking higher prices and fewer selections for consumers. Wolf also vetoed a public schools bill which contains a new formula to distribute state aid to districts and one that guides how money from the budget is spent. He has not decided yet what to do with legislation which would change the state’s pension system.

Categories: Local News

Embattled Megachurch Pastor Kong Hee Selling $10 Million 'Lavish and Opulent' Penthouse; Kong Calls Report 'Misleading and Exaggerated'

Christian Post - Pastors - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 12:17pm
City Harvest Church pastor Kong Hee has put up for sale a co-owned $10 million luxury penthouse in Sentosa Cove, Singapore, amid an ongoing trial concerning the possible misuse of $19 million in church funds to finance his wife's music career. Kong has hit back against a report describing the penthouse, calling it "misleading and exaggerated."
Categories: Christian Post

Lakewood Church Is Not 'True Religion,' Claim Six Men From Controversial Church Group Arrested for Heckling Pastor Joel Osteen at Sunday Service

Christian Post - Bible - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 11:04am
The six men arrested on Sunday for heckling pastor Joel Osteen at his Lakewood Church in Houston appeared in court on Friday and now face trespassing charges. The defendants, who are members of a controversial East Texas church, said they heckled the pastor during the Sunday service because they don't believe Lakewood Church is practicing "true religion."
Categories: Christian Post

Because He Said So

Christian Post - Living - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 6:24am
As children are growing up, they will hear their parents say things they don't like, such as when Mom or Dad says, "Do you think that I have a money tree somewhere?" or "You don't know the sacrifices I had to make when I was your age!" Then there is my favorite parental saying: "Because I said so!"
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Chibok girls reportedly forced into service by Boko Haram

Mission Network News - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 5:00am
(MNN/ODM) -- Reports are flooding in left and right claiming that the Chibok girls Boko Haram captured in April 2014 are being forced into service by the militants. On April 14, 2014, a group of pickup trucks came to Chibok, in Northern Nigeria, and made off with almost 300 girls between the ages 16 and 20. Even today, only 43 of the 275 girls have been freed.

(Photo Courtesy Open Doors Ministries)

Now, according to numerous sources, the kidnapped girls are being brainwashed into servitude. Some witnesses say the girls are being forced to torture and terrorize the other captives, and a few say they’re even carrying out the executions. Although the testimonies can’t be verified, witnesses who were supposedly held in the same camps as the kidnapped girls say the Chibok girls carry out the various punishments issued by the Boko Haram. Even though the claims can’t be confirmed, Open Doors Ministries thinks the testimonies are definitely in line with Boko Haram practices. Those in captivity often face constant violence, not to mention forced participation, conversion, marriages, and pregnancies. Beatings, torture, and rape are commonplace in the militant camps, and the traumatized victims who do manage to escape face a long and painful recovery.

(Photo Courtesy Open Doors Ministries)

Open Doors workers are doing what they can to help, but they have limited contact with victims and escapees of the Boko Haram camps. They’re partnering with local churches when they can to provide strength, support, supplies, and assistance to persecuted Christians in Northern Nigeria. Some of the programs they’re working with include training seminars, Bible distributions, work with Christian schools, trauma counseling, legal assistance, and implementation of socio-economic projects for new believers and widows of Christian martyrs. Nigeria is in the top ten for countries with most persecution against Christians, and Open Doors needs your prayers for the thousands of captives under Boko Haram control.
Categories: Mission Network News

Orphans Heart will change your ‘Fuss Factor’

Mission Network News - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 5:00am
USA (MNN) -- If you're anything like me, you like to travel. Seeing the world is exciting. What if you could not only see the world, but make an impact on someone's life for eternity -- maybe even your own? Orphan's Heart, a ministry of Florida Baptist Chrildren's Home, wants to provide a trip for you that will do just that. President of Orphan's Heart Jerry Haag says the ministry is designed "to be able to mobilize the body of Christ to help children in developing countries." Haag says Orphan's Heart is providing trips to many parts of the world. "We're working in 12 different countries right now, and we'll be expanding that to 15 different countries this year." The opportunities for ministry are great. You can go help build a house for a needy family, tell the story of Jesus to kids, feed families in need, or just love kids who have no family. Haag says, "Don't sign up to go with us unless you want to be a different person when you come back. As you're working with these children, as you're feeding children, as you're changing diapers, as you're building orphanages, as we're doing feeding programs, you can't help but come back and have your life forever changed." According to Haag, this kind of ministry changes what his wife calls your fuss factor. "All of those things you used to fuss about before: they just don't seem as nearly as important when you've been the difference between the life and death of a child, when you've been able to make sure a family has a home to be able to live in, and children are able to come to know Christ as their Savior." Ophan's Heart has 120 trips available right now on their Web site. Haag is encouraging you to take your kids. "It changes their whole Christian framework of what's important in life, what's important in ministry, and their whole outlook on how they live the rest of their lives." Currently, you can go to Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Latvia, Nicaragua, Tanzania, and Uganda. The Dominican Republic is a key field today. Haag says, "Danilo Medina, the president of the country, has donated all the land and infrastructure and we're building homes for the poorest families and giving preferences to single moms with kids." Last year, more than 900 people were mobilized to reach out to 44,000 children and families. We're praying you'll be one of them in the months ahead. Haag says they have a need. "We need 20 listeners to say, 'I'm gonna go, but not only that, I'm going to commit to recruiting a team of people to go. I'm going to get people from my small group, my church, from my neighborhood, and my family." The outreach is not just about providing for children's physical needs. Haag says, "If we've done all of these great things for kids and neglected their eternity, what a tragedy. We want these children, adults, and every person we come in contact with to know that they have a heavenly Father who loves them." If you'd like to search for a life-changing mission trip with Orphan's Heart, click here.
Categories: Mission Network News

Military needs highlighted as Independence Day approaches

Mission Network News - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 5:00am

DoD photo by Helene C. Stikkel. (Released)

USA (MNN) -- The U.S. released its National Military Strategy this week, highlighting Russia, Iran and North Korea as "countries of concern". "Globalization, diffusion of technology, and demographic shifts are driving rapid change as state actors and trans-regional networks challenge order and stability," said Army General Martin E. Dempsey in a press release. "This strategy addresses these dynamics and our strategy to ensure that our force remains the best-led, trained and equipped military on the planet." Thousands of U.S. troops are currently deployed in over 150 nations. "Their spiritual needs are very great as they're around the world, away from their families and away from their local church community," notes Faith Comes by Hearing's Gregg Leisman. Leisman speaks from experience, as he served for 20 years in the U.S. Air Force and was deployed twice to the Middle East. God and the U.S. military Chaplains have been part of the U.S. military since its very beginning. Congress established chaplains as an integral part of the Continental Army on July 29th, 1775, according to ChaplainCorps.net.

(Photo credit Jeff Kubina via Flickr)

However, as U.S. families prepare to celebrate 239 years of freedom and independence tomorrow, the religious freedom of service members is on the line. As reported by WND.com, activist group Military Religious Freedom Foundation is lobbying the U.S. government to rid its military of any chaplains who oppose gay marriage. "At this stage, the only honorable thing that these losers can do is to fold up their uniforms, turn in their papers, and get the [expletive] out of the American military chaplaincy," MRFF president Mikey Weinstein wrote last week. "If they are unwilling or too cowardly to do so, then the Department of Defense must expeditiously cleanse itself of the intolerant filth that insist on lingering in the ranks of our armed forces." In addition, a military court ordered that the Marines could demand one officer remove Bible verses from her work station. The U.S. Air Force is commanding its members serving in the Middle East to observe Ramadan when off-base, or fines and a possible jail sentence will be imposed. “As ‘Airmen-Ambassadors’ representing American and U.S. military values around the world, we are committed to the concepts of tolerance, freedom and diversity,” stated Brig. Gen. John Quintas.

Evangelical Christianity is defined as a religious extremist group by the Army Reserve.

In 2013, an Army Reserve training presentation classified evangelical Christians as "religious extremists". A copy of the presentation -- obtained by TheGlobalDispatch.com -- contained the following statement in the "Notes" portion of a slide defining religious extremism. "Extremist Organizations follow ideologies which are considered extreme by societal norms….and we are talking about this today because individuals who hold extremist views that conflict with Army Values are sometimes inadvertently recruited." What does all of this mean for Faith Comes by Hearing's military outreach? While they're still able, the ministry is working with chaplains to deliver Military BibleSticks to those who request God's Word. Getting God's Word to the military The Military BibleStick is a digital audio player specifically designed for military service members. It’s about the size of a pack of gum, and comes pre-loaded with a dramatized recording of the entire New Testament and specially-selected Psalms.

The Military BibleStick
(Photo by FCBH)

It’s rugged enough to withstand tough weather conditions, can be used in low-light situations, and easily fits into uniform pockets. "The insomnia is what drove me to listen to it basically daily, for the last eight years," says Leisman. FCBH shares more testimonies here. "Time and time again I have been thanked by soldiers who received the BibleStick," says an Army Chaplain. "I've seen countless Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines requesting these Bibles to go into their ruck sacks, so they can listen while waiting to go on missions." An Army Staff Sergeant tweets, "(My BibleStick) lets me conveniently get into the Word of God. Thank you", and a Marine says, "When I can't sleep I can listen to God's precious word." On Facebook, an Army Reserve Staff Sergeant writes, "‪#‎Military‬ BibleStick is a blessing to me at work. i just have to turn it on & it keeps me away from worldly talk. I get focused & my work is fine." Help put God's Word in the hands of a military service member here. Will you please keep military members in your prayers, too? "The testimonies are in the tens of thousands of what prayer and God's Word can do to give people strength in very stressing circumstances," Leisman says.
Categories: Mission Network News

Military needs highlighted as Independence Day approaches

Mission Network News - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 5:00am

DoD photo by Helene C. Stikkel. (Released)

USA (MNN) -- The U.S. released its National Military Strategy this week, highlighting Russia, Iran and North Korea as "countries of concern". "Globalization, diffusion of technology, and demographic shifts are driving rapid change as state actors and trans-regional networks challenge order and stability," said Army General Martin E. Dempsey in a press release. "This strategy addresses these dynamics and our strategy to ensure that our force remains the best-led, trained and equipped military on the planet." Thousands of U.S. troops are currently deployed in over 150 nations. "Their spiritual needs are very great as they're around the world, away from their families and away from their local church community," notes Faith Comes by Hearing's Gregg Leisman. Leisman speaks from experience, as he served for 20 years in the U.S. Air Force and was deployed twice to the Middle East. God and the U.S. military Chaplains have been part of the U.S. military since its very beginning. Congress established chaplains as an integral part of the Continental Army on July 29th, 1775, according to ChaplainCorps.net.

(Photo credit Jeff Kubina via Flickr)

However, as U.S. families prepare to celebrate 239 years of freedom and independence tomorrow, the religious freedom of service members is on the line. As reported by WND.com, activist group Military Religious Freedom Foundation is lobbying the U.S. government to rid its military of any chaplains who oppose gay marriage. "At this stage, the only honorable thing that these losers can do is to fold up their uniforms, turn in their papers, and get the [expletive] out of the American military chaplaincy," MRFF president Mikey Weinstein wrote last week. "If they are unwilling or too cowardly to do so, then the Department of Defense must expeditiously cleanse itself of the intolerant filth that insist on lingering in the ranks of our armed forces." In addition, a military court ordered that the Marines could demand one officer remove Bible verses from her work station. The U.S. Air Force is commanding its members serving in the Middle East to observe Ramadan when off-base, or fines and a possible jail sentence will be imposed. “As ‘Airmen-Ambassadors’ representing American and U.S. military values around the world, we are committed to the concepts of tolerance, freedom and diversity,” stated Brig. Gen. John Quintas.

Evangelical Christianity is defined as a religious extremist group by the Army Reserve.

In 2013, an Army Reserve training presentation classified evangelical Christians as "religious extremists". A copy of the presentation -- obtained by TheGlobalDispatch.com -- contained the following statement in the "Notes" portion of a slide defining religious extremism. "Extremist Organizations follow ideologies which are considered extreme by societal norms….and we are talking about this today because individuals who hold extremist views that conflict with Army Values are sometimes inadvertently recruited." What does all of this mean for Faith Comes by Hearing's military outreach? While they're still able, the ministry is working with chaplains to deliver Military BibleSticks to those who request God's Word. Getting God's Word to the military The Military BibleStick is a digital audio player specifically designed for military service members. It’s about the size of a pack of gum, and comes pre-loaded with a dramatized recording of the entire New Testament and specially-selected Psalms.

The Military BibleStick
(Photo by FCBH)

It’s rugged enough to withstand tough weather conditions, can be used in low-light situations, and easily fits into uniform pockets. "The insomnia is what drove me to listen to it basically daily, for the last eight years," says Leisman. FCBH shares more testimonies here. "Time and time again I have been thanked by soldiers who received the BibleStick," says an Army Chaplain. "I've seen countless Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines requesting these Bibles to go into their ruck sacks, so they can listen while waiting to go on missions." An Army Staff Sergeant tweets, "(My BibleStick) lets me conveniently get into the Word of God. Thank you", and a Marine says, "When I can't sleep I can listen to God's precious word." On Facebook, an Army Reserve Staff Sergeant writes, "‪#‎Military‬ BibleStick is a blessing to me at work. i just have to turn it on & it keeps me away from worldly talk. I get focused & my work is fine." Help put God's Word in the hands of a military service member here. Will you please keep military members in your prayers, too? "The testimonies are in the tens of thousands of what prayer and God's Word can do to give people strength in very stressing circumstances," Leisman says.
Categories: Mission Network News

Amid oppression, the Kingdom of God grows

Mission Network News - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 5:00am
Uzbekistan (Mission Eurasia/MNN) -- It's not easy to be a Christ-follower in Uzbekistan. Ranked #15 on Open Doors' World Watch List, oppression is rife in this former Soviet nation. Living out the Great Commission is illegal, and police torture Christians without fear of punishment. Yet, according to Mission Eurasia, the number of evangelical Christians in Uzbekistan is growing. Uzbek oppression

(Photo courtesy Mission Eurasia)

Uzbekistan experiences both economic and social oppression. Over-farming is destroying the country’s traditional economic base. Last month, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) reduced Uzbekistan's economic growth forecast from 7.8% to 7%. Violence by Islamic militants is on the rise, and human rights are declining. Uzbekistan has come under international scrutiny for its use of child labor in cotton harvesting, and the nation remains a center of human trafficking into Russia, Kazakhstan, the Middle East, and Asia. President Islam Karimov--who forbids any sort of political opposition and ensures that the state remains in control of media outlets--has been accused of using systematized torture to maintain his control. His actions have even caused political and human rights activists to flee the nation. Because of the oppression outlined above, believers have to meet in secret. Mission Eurasia's School Without Walls (SWW) program trains leaders for this underground church. Last summer, nearly 300 leaders were taught how to reach Uzbekistan for Christ. Click here and select "School Without Walls" from the drop-down menu to help Mission Eurasia train more leaders in Uzbekistan. Gospel growth Using the training they receive from SWW, Uzbek believers teach their fellow Christ-followers how to share the Gospel in creative ways. Summer Bible camps allow needy children and orphans to enjoy a week of fun-filled activities. Most importantly, kids learn about God’s love for them.

(Photo courtesy Mission Eurasia)

The camps also offer opportunities for SWW students and other Next Generation Christian leaders to reach out to the needy and vulnerable. During the Christmas season, Mission Eurasia partners with national believers and churches to pack and distribute special gift boxes to needy children and youth. Each gift box contains a toy, candy, and a children’s Bible or other form of children’s Christian literature in the Russian language. Young Next Generation Christian leaders trained by Mission Eurasia bring these gifts to children in orphanages, boarding schools, hospitals, and other places of need. Most importantly, they tell the children about the greatest gift of all: Jesus. At Mission Eurasia's Web site, you can support these outreach programs and more.
Categories: Mission Network News

The cost of jihad on Egypt.

Mission Network News - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 5:00am

(Photo courtesy Wikipedia)

Egypt (MNN) -- ISIS is calling it 'religious duty' to destroy Egypt's pyramids and Sphynx. Egypt is saying 'no' with extreme prejudice. Greg Musselman is a spokesman for the Voice of the Martyrs Canada. He says, "The military is going to go in there hard. The government is vowing to put these guys down." Even with all of Egypt's might on show, will it be enough to stop the Sinai Province (ISIS affiliates)? Two years after President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi led a military takeover promising to restore order and security in Egypt, the jihadi insurgency is not only not slowing, but the ferocity of their attacks are now shaking the stability of the country.

(Photo courtesy Flickr/CC/SharifHassan)

The growing power and sophistication of the militants poses an immediate threat, explains Musselman. "ISIS and their affiliates, when they start to link together, it becomes a little more scary because we've seen the way that these guys have been able to cause such damage in places like Iraq and Syria. They're emboldening each other." Egyptians searching for hope and stability are fleeing in increasing numbers from the region. He says, "There's just such panic, people want to get out of the country. We know that Egyptians are trying to come to Canada, the United States, and other nations." Part of that response might be due to what has happened in the past with instability in Egypt, he adds. "The Christians become more vulnerable because they are truly in the crosshairs and the sights of groups like ISIS and then their affiliates in places like Egypt." Here's the thing: "Persecution is nothing new to Christians in Egypt", confirms Musselman. It's the level of wanton, unpredictable violence that has people reconsidering staying. Even if it's for a season, though, they are weighing the cost. "As Christians want to bring their families here to Canada from places like Egypt because of the violence, it certainly is diminishing the workers." With fewer Gospel workers, there's a void at a critical time. "Many are coming to know the Lord from Muslim backgrounds because they're starting to ask questions about 'what is this religion about?' and 'where is this violence coming from?' 'Is this just an extremist group or is this something that is inherent within the religion of Islam?'" The violence in Egypt, while not directly targeted at Christians, certainly is having the same effect as overt oppression. On one hand, "You've got those who are becoming more passionate and pressing on with the Gospel", and on the other, "You've got others leaving (the country)." What to do? "Pray that the Lord would continue to strengthen His Church and raise up workers. For us in Canada and America and in the free nations to be finding ways in which we can help aid our brothers and sisters in Christ so that the Gospel will go forward."
Categories: Mission Network News

The cost of jihad on Egypt.

Mission Network News - Fri, 07/03/2015 - 5:00am

(Photo courtesy Wikipedia)

Egypt (MNN) -- ISIS is calling it 'religious duty' to destroy Egypt's pyramids and Sphynx. Egypt is saying 'no' with extreme prejudice. Greg Musselman is a spokesman for the Voice of the Martyrs Canada. He says, "The military is going to go in there hard. The government is vowing to put these guys down." Even with all of Egypt's might on show, will it be enough to stop the Sinai Province (ISIS affiliates)? Two years after President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi led a military takeover promising to restore order and security in Egypt, the jihadi insurgency is not only not slowing, but the ferocity of their attacks are now shaking the stability of the country.

(Photo courtesy Flickr/CC/SharifHassan)

The growing power and sophistication of the militants poses an immediate threat, explains Musselman. "ISIS and their affiliates, when they start to link together, it becomes a little more scary because we've seen the way that these guys have been able to cause such damage in places like Iraq and Syria. They're emboldening each other." Egyptians searching for hope and stability are fleeing in increasing numbers from the region. He says, "There's just such panic, people want to get out of the country. We know that Egyptians are trying to come to Canada, the United States, and other nations." Part of that response might be due to what has happened in the past with instability in Egypt, he adds. "The Christians become more vulnerable because they are truly in the crosshairs and the sights of groups like ISIS and then their affiliates in places like Egypt." Here's the thing: "Persecution is nothing new to Christians in Egypt", confirms Musselman. It's the level of wanton, unpredictable violence that has people reconsidering staying. Even if it's for a season, though, they are weighing the cost. "As Christians want to bring their families here to Canada from places like Egypt because of the violence, it certainly is diminishing the workers." With fewer Gospel workers, there's a void at a critical time. "Many are coming to know the Lord from Muslim backgrounds because they're starting to ask questions about 'what is this religion about?' and 'where is this violence coming from?' 'Is this just an extremist group or is this something that is inherent within the religion of Islam?'" The violence in Egypt, while not directly targeted at Christians, certainly is having the same effect as overt oppression. On one hand, "You've got those who are becoming more passionate and pressing on with the Gospel", and on the other, "You've got others leaving (the country)." What to do? "Pray that the Lord would continue to strengthen His Church and raise up workers. For us in Canada and America and in the free nations to be finding ways in which we can help aid our brothers and sisters in Christ so that the Gospel will go forward."
Categories: Mission Network News

12 Christian Girls Forced to Strip Naked During Arrest on Charges of 'Immoral Dress' After Leaving Baptist Church in Sudan

Christian Post - Pastors - Thu, 07/02/2015 - 4:42pm
Sudanese authorities arrested 12 young Christian women in Khartoum and forced them to strip out of their clothes after they left a church service wearing what was deemed "immoral dress," a Christian persecution watchdog organization has reported.
Categories: Christian Post

Satanic Temple in Search of New Home for Baphomet Statue After Oklahoma Supreme Court Orders Removal of Ten Commandments From Capitol Grounds

Christian Post - Bible - Thu, 07/02/2015 - 3:16pm
The Satanic Temple is searching for a new home for its 9 foot Baphomet monument that was originally crafted to stand alongside a Ten Commandments statue on Oklahoma's capitol grounds after both were barred from the area by a state Supreme Court ruling on Tuesday.
Categories: Christian Post

Hillary Clinton’s emails

WGRC News - Thu, 07/02/2015 - 3:00pm

The State Department says it is withholding some of Hillary Clinton’s emails because they’re now considered classified. State Department spokesman John Kirby said parts of 25 emails from the batch released Tuesday night were redacted because it was later determined they contained sensitive information. Clinton has said when she was Secretary of State she never sent classified emails while using a personal email address and her own email server.

Categories: Local News

Budget impasse

WGRC News - Thu, 07/02/2015 - 2:59pm

Governor Tom Wolf and legislative leaders have agreed to sit down starting Monday to discuss bridging a gap in the state budget impasse. The governor refused to sign a Republican budget plan which did not contain a tax increase, but was passed in both the republican controlled house and senate. The Governor wants to substantially increase education funding and raise taxes including levying a tax on gas drillers. The Republican plan does not contain a tax increase. Wolf said yesterday that though there are obvious disagreements, he plans on coming up with a budget that moves Pennsylvania forward.

Categories: Local News

Archaeological Proof of Biblical Exodus in Film 'Patterns of Evidence' Set to Release Next Month

Christian Post - Bible - Thu, 07/02/2015 - 2:34pm
Tim Mahoney's ground-breaking documentary "Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus," which examines evidence of the biblical Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt, is being released on DVD and Blu-Ray on Aug. 4 through Capitol Christian Distribution.
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Playing the Bigot Card

Christian Post - Pastors - Thu, 07/02/2015 - 1:12pm
Categories: Christian Post