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From Lent until Resurrection Day every year—then again in May, the month of Mary—we see believers around the world suffering…

Depression is an emotional ailment that attacks millions worldwide. It can be referred to as a serious mental illness that…

“Ye have not yet resisted unto blood, striving against sin.” (Hebrews 12:4 ASV) This scripture can be taken literally because in…

Reinhard Bonnke, one of the greatest generals of evangelism the world has ever known, has gone home to glory—but not…

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Abortions Declining: Who Gets the Credit?

If ever there was merit in the belief that the abortion debate will always rage on, perhaps it can be found in this year’s news that abortions are down 25 percent since 1990 to their lowest levels since 1976. Both sides would agree that’s good news . . . but they also inherently disagree on the reasons why.

While the research group behind the report, a Planned Parenthood-affiliated organization known as the Alan Guttmacher Institute, concludes that the decline can be attributed to increased availability and use of proper contraception, pro-life advocates like Chris Slattery, president and founder of EMC Front Line Pregnancy Centers, says the latest abortion numbers in the nation’s largest city disprove that claim.

“I don’t have any doubt that abortions are down because women are being better informed about the risks and the true immoral implications,” says Slattery. “I see positive reinforcement in that belief, firsthand, in our pregnancy centers and, sadly, I see the negative reinforcement in that belief in the city around me.”

Judge Moore Defends Moment of Silence

Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore and attorneys with the Foundation for Moral Law argued in an amicus curiae brief filed yesterday that a Texas law requiring “the observance of one minute of silence at each school” for students to “reflect, pray, meditate, or engage in any other silent activity” does not violate the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

In Croft v. Governor of Texas, two parents in Texas sued the Governor on behalf of their children claiming that merely giving students the option to “pray” is a violation of the Establishment Clause.

Judge Roy Moore said:

Judge Roy Moore is Equipping Christian Leaders Through Project Jeremiah

Judge Roy Moore is traveling the nation to educate Christian leaders about our responsibility to serve as the conscious of the nation in our day.

No one has to tell you it’s a presidential election year. But maybe someone does need to tell you what to do in the face of political battles that could arise in the years ahead if Christians don’t stand up and make God’s will known to our government. That’s why Judge Roy Moore, former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, launched Project Jeremiah.

Judge Moore was removed from his seat on Alabama’s High Court in 2003 because he boldly stood up for our inalienable right to acknowledge God. Despite orders from a federal judge, he refused to remove the 10 Commandments from the Alabama state court house. Little did Judge Moore know God was about to call him to a new ministry: Project Jeremiah.

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