I rarely write about Hollywood or the film industry, primarily because there is a vast array of analysts and YouTubers in the alternative media that discuss the bizarre behaviors and trespasses of Tinsel Town on a daily basis. They usually … Continue reading How Societies Are Imprisoned: The Whole World Will One Day Be Like Hollywood?
US researchers have caused outrage after grafting skin removed from aborted babies onto mice and rats in laboratory experiments. Scientists at the University of Pittsburgh, in conjunction with the private animal-testing company Hera Biolabs, used skin taken from the scalps … Continue reading US research team graft aborted babies’ skin onto rodents
Doctors have successfully delivered a baby girl from her mother’s womb after her mother refused recommendations that she abort her unborn child in the midst of a battle with an aggressive form of brain cancer, and instead decided to forgo treatment in order to save her baby. Doctors at the University of Michigan performed a Cesarean section on Carrie DeKlyen Wednesday night, delivering her daughter, named Life, at a gestation of 24 weeks, 5 days. She weighs 1 pound, 4 ounces. “Life was delivered at 24 weeks and 5 days at 5:30 pm. She is doing as well as they had hoped,” … Continue reading Doctors Successfully Deliver Baby From Mother With Aggressive Brain Cancer Who Laid Down Life for Unborn Daughter
Soldiers don’t learn to fight in the classroom. They learn about fighting in the classroom. Learning about fighting is crucial to successful fighting, which is why soldiers’ training always includes class time. But learning about fighting is not the same thing as fighting. Soldiers never really learn to fight until they are forced to actually do it. And when they do, they discover the actual, concrete experience of fighting looks and feels very different than the abstract idea of fighting. Disciples of Jesus don’t learn to walk by faith — to fight the good fight of faith — in the classroom. They learn aboutfaith in … Continue reading Is Life Harder Than You Expected?
Things have been pretty crazy sense the last time I did a show. I am going to be giving you an update to all that has been going on. Then we are going to hop on the topic of my new obsession, called TRAVELERS NOTEBOOKS. What are they,? What do you do with them? and why I think you need one. This should be a pretty fun radio show and I am going to let my kids bake some pizza and enjoy the great out doors while, you and I get comfy and crafty. Some come on. Join me on … Continue reading Battle Ready Homestead Radio: My new Obsession and Update. Live Wednesday at 7 PM EST
The abortion chain Carafem, known for brashly advertising a luxurious, spa-like abortion experience, opened another abortion facility earlier this month in Georgia. Stat News reports the Augusta, Georgia abortion center is Carafem’s third location; it also operates abortion clinics in Atlanta and Washington, D.C. Though small, the abortion chain has worked hard to stand out by embracing its work killing unborn babies in abortions. They treat abortions as just another health procedure, and they are proud to offer they. Written by Micaiah Bilger Full report at Life News Continue reading Operator of New Abortion Clinic Can’t Wait to Kill Babies: “We Want to be Really Loud About It”
Today on Battle Ready Homestead we are going to go over why Christians should be involved in foster care. How to get involved in foster care, and adoption. Also we will be talking about where Christians have failed to do their job and why the government had to step in. But unfortunatly this is now making it extremely hard for Christians to get involved. I will also talk about why we should not allow fear to dictate our choices about foster care. Join me for what maybe a very contraversal show? Or what may just convince you to open your … Continue reading Battle Ready Homestead Radio: Foster Caring for Christians. Live Every Saturday at 7 PM EST
My palms were beginning to sweat. The walls seemed to be closing in around me. I tightened my grip around my husband’s hand as the cold wand slid across my abdomen in search of life. Instead of the rapid thump … Continue reading Miscarriage Changed Me
Life is hard. No matter who we are, we all experience difficulty. To be sure, the degree of life’s severity differs from person to person. As I write this, many around the world are experiencing heartbreaking realities (I am thinking … Continue reading Life Is Hard, But God Is Good
I have to admit – of all the holidays on our calendar, Thanksgiving is one of my favorites. It is a time to gather with family and friends, and it is a time to give thanks for all the good … Continue reading The Good Side Of Thanksgiving And The Bad Side Of Thanksgiving
“I will be squarely focused on our legislative agenda. That’s what I’ll be focused on, not potential bills that aren’t related to taking this state to the next level.” – Indiana Governor Elect, Eric Holcomb, Pence-Endorsed, Pro-Life Republican (Speaking about … Continue reading Taking the State to the Next Level? ‘As Long as You’re Not a Preborn Child in Indiana’
A ruling out of Missouri’s Court of Appeals found that frozen embryos have the same rights as any other marital property, but not children. The case was the result of a woman who wanted to use frozen embryos from her … Continue reading Missouri Appeals Court: Frozen Embryos Property, not People
PARKER, Co. — A five-month-old baby girl is wowing the world as her adoptive parents are sharing the story of how their Snowflake baby was a frozen embryo for 17 years before her birth. Elizabeth and Marty Wilson turned to Nightlight Christian … Continue reading Five-Month-Old Girl Wows World After Spending 17 Years as Frozen Embryo
God has told us amazing things about our future, because he wants us to be amazed. He has told us hopeful things, because he wants us to feel hope — really feelhope. Hope without a heartfelt gladness about what is coming, is not hope. This is why God tells us such gladness-producing things. He wants us to enjoy now, with profound assurance, the joyful feeling of hope. “Rejoice in hope!” (Romans [12:12]). My experience is that I can read God’s words about my future, and pass over them so quickly, that they have no emotional effect. Such reading does not … Continue reading God Has Planned Your Glory
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — A bill recently presented in the Alabama legislature moves to acknowledge the unborn as persons, thus granting them the right to life and ending abortion in the state.
2 Thessalonians 2:7-12 KJV For the mystery of iniquity doth already work: only he who now letteth will let, until he be taken out of the way. 8And then shall that Wicked be revealed, whom the Lord shall consume with the spirit of his mouth, and shall destroy with the brightness of his coming: 9Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, 10And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. 11And for this cause … Continue reading The Delusion: All Shepherds Are Not The Same
(NaturalNews) More evidence has surfaced showing that Monsanto’s Bt toxin, which the company claims doesn’t harm humans, is definitively poisoning the populace. New research out of Canada explains that Bt toxin not only accumulates in human tissue but also kills human embryo cells in pregnant women. For their study, researchers from the University of Sherbrooke Hospital Centre in Quebec looked at pesticides associated with genetically modified (GM) foods, and particularly Bt toxin engineered into some varieties of GM corn and soy. They focused on how these poisons affect pregnant women and their unborn babies. Based on an analysis of the blood profiles … Continue reading Study shows Monsanto’s Bt toxin kills human embryo cells
Photo Credit: Tracy Collins ALBANY — The highest court in New York has overturned the conviction of a woman who was charged with manslaughter after her unborn child died due to injuries sustained in a drug and alcohol-influenced accident, stating that the law doesn’t consider the unborn as people. In 2008, Jennifer Jorgensen, then eight months pregnant, crossed into oncoming traffic and struck another vehicle head-on, killing couple Robert and Mary Kelly and injuring herself. Doctors decided to perform a C-section to save Jorgensen’s baby, who showed signs of distress, but the child died six days later from his or her injuries. Prosecutors stated … Continue reading New York’s Highest Court Reverses Mother’s Conviction, Says Law Doesn’t Consider Unborn as People
“When I think about that time I spent with Ian and Larissa, one thing stands out the clearest: their love for one another,” Stefan Green wrote last year in a short update on the couple. “It was beautiful to see Larissa’s devotion and respect for her husband, and Ian’s glad-hearted love for his wife. A lot can change in three years as bodies heal and marriages mature, but their amazing story goes on.” Over three years ago now, Desiring God shared the story of Ian and Larissa, a couple who chose to keep their promise to marry despite Ian’s traumatic brain injury … Continue reading A Marriage Leaning on Jesus and Longing for Heaven
(NaturalNews) There was a time in America — and not so long ago — when there was no “grid,” at least for those who lived outside of urban centers. To live self-sufficiently in rural areas was the rule, rather than the exception. People knew how to survive without electricity, running water, sewage systems or any other services provided by municipalities or power companies. They used wood for heat and kerosene for light; they dug wells, built outhouses, raised cows and chickens, grew their own food. That style of living may seem far in the past for most of us, but … Continue reading Colorado county criminalizes self-reliance: Off-grid living punished like a crime