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- November 12, 2016
- Congratulate President-Elect Trump and Please Sign this Pro-Life Petition!
Click HERE to read and sign the following petition:
Congratulations on winning the presidency! After eight years of the most pro-abortion presidency in U.S. history, I am thrilled that the highest office of the land will now be used to defend the right to life of all U.S. citizens - including the innocent unborn. As such, I encourage you to follow through on the pro-life promises that you made during the campaign without delay. I also want you to know that you will have my support for any and all pro-life initiatives that you take as president, particularly when the going gets tough and you face opposition.
In particular, I encourage you to sign the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, to defund Planned Parenthood, and - if and when the opportunity arises - to nominate staunchly pro-life Supreme Court justices.Click here to read more
- November 12, 2016
- Leonard Cohen, Rest In Peace
As written recently by Jonathon Van Maren, "For all his many faults, Cohen is nothing if not unblinking. His work shows a clear and progressively growing disillusionment with our throwaway culture’s crude approach to everything good and beautiful, and his words often smolder with contempt.
"In Diamonds in the Mine, for example, he mourned the transformative effect of the Sexual Revolution on people:
Ah, there is no comfort in the covens of the witch,
some very clever doctor went and sterilized the bitch,
and the only man of energy, yes the revolution's pride,
he trained a hundred women just to kill an unborn child.
"Such lines have attracted the ire of some of his feminist fans, who began to identify an anti-abortion ethic throughout his work. One pointed to Cohen’s The Story of Isaac, where he condemns those who 'stand above them now, your hatchets blunt and bloody':Click here to read more
- November 12, 2016
- Please Comment on Arizona's Existing Science Standards (2004) and Social Studies Standards (2005)
As you recall, public comments regarding Arizona’s 2016 Draft English/Language Arts and Math Standards ended October 3, 2016. Thank you for commenting on them!
We now have the opportunity to comment on the existing Science Standards (2004) and Social Studies Standards (2005). The public survey to provide feedback on these existing standards will be available through December 3, 2016.
Click HERE for the direct link to the Science Standards (2004).
Click HERE for the direct link to the Social Studies Standards (2005).
To provide feedback please visit Science and Social Studies Standards - Public Feedback. According to the Arizona Department of Education, educators (K-12 and higher education) may apply to serve on a revision committee for each of the content areas. The application for committee members will remain open for the duration of the revision process.Click here to read more
- November 7, 2016
- This is the result of what Hillary Clinton calls "Women's Health"
St. Malachy's Catholic Church, Rantoul, Illinois
- November 3, 2016
- Sing a Little Louder
“Rescue those being led away to death.” Proverbs 24:11.
There are some things that time does not erase.
Years from now will we be like those who tried to explain their apathy while millions of unborn children were led away to slaughter? Will we just sing a little louder or will we raise our voices to defend those who have no voice?
"As the trial balloons and interviews for vice presidential nominations were underway in the summer, every name mentioned to partner with Clinton was devoutly pro-abortion. Every name under consideration by Trump had solid pro-life credentials." Charmaine Yoest in "A Life or Death Decision"
There are 3 things you can do right now: 1) email the movie to your church leader and friends; 2) share the movie on social media; 3) donate a few dollars a month to KingdomWorks.com, so they can make more movies like this one; 4) above all, show this movie in church. It’s free.Click here to read more