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1. Arizona Origin Science Association Meeting Oct. 24

The Gila Division of the Arizona Origin Science Association (AZOSA)  will hold its last meeting of the year on Tuesday, October 24 at 7:00 pm, in the Payson Public Library Meeting Room.  Address is 328 N. McLane Rd., Payson.  The featured speaker is Keaton Halley from Creation Ministries International.  His presentation is titled, "Creation: What's The Big Deal?" 

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2. The First Time I Had Sex, by Tina Marie Griffin

Tina Marie Griffin writes"I talk a lot about the first time I had sex—for a VERY important reason.  The first time I had sex was on my wedding night when I was 29 years and 51 weeks old…"

This is the kind of very important article that you don't read much anymore.  That's because Ms. Griffin's message is about being God-Centered, not Self-Centered.  It's about respecting her body and cherishing her virginity and giving it as a gift to only one person – her husband.

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Tags: Christianity, Christian Persecution, Educational Malpractice, Families
3. Wait for Me - Rebecca St. James

For young women (older women, too!) who want to separate the men from the boys....

God will bring the right person in His perfect timing. God wants you to trust Him and focus on serving Him now, so you’ll meet your best friend while you’re serving the Lord. How cool is that? And if you’ve already been sexually active, God forgives, forgets and that is NOT who you are as a person. Your past is not your identity. You can make better choices starting at this very moment."  Tina Marie Griffin


 

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4. TEEN VOGUE Normalizes Sodomy for Young Girls and Shows Them How to do it

Teen Vogue is an online magazine that targets teenage girls.  It used to feature fashion, celebrities, and shopping.  Since 2015, it began including politics (aka "Trump hatred") and current affairs (transgenderism, deviant sex, anti-Christian, anti-God).  The print version reached over 1 million young people.  The online version, especially now that it has sensationalized the most depraved human activites, is snagging even more teenagers, even children as young as 11.  See Teen Vogue - Wikipedia

I normally would ignore a publication like this, not wanting to give it a shred of publicity.  However, parents need to know and understand the kind of information being peddled to their children via their tablets, iPads, Notebooks, Smartphones, etc.

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Tags: Educational Malpractice, Schools, Families, Planned Parenthood, Christianity, Christian Persecution
5. Tribute to The Soldier: Memorial Day 2017

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Tags: Christianity, Constitution, Bill of Rights, Declaration of Independence, Families, Founders
6. I've Just Seen Jesus
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7. The Case for Christ - Trailer and Interview with Lee and Leslie Strobel

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8. Back to God - Reba McEntire
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9. Born to Die

(Originally published in Days of Praise by the Institute for Creation Research.)  

April 14, 2017

Born to Die

“For even the Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45)

Especially as noted in the gospel of John, Christ identified many reasons why He had been born. Consider the following sampling of verses and references. First and foremost, Christ came to redeem those who would believe: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life” (John 3:16). But under that umbrella of redemption come many other aspects.

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10. Can Muslims and Christians Live Together in Peace?

Please join Mr. Aaron Atwood, vice president of Advancement for Summit Ministries as he interviews Dr. Mateen Elaas.  Mateen was the second of four children born to a Syrian Muslim.  While studying at the University of Wisconsin, he began a search for God. Mateen was guided by Christians who pointed him to Christ.  "Read the four gospels of the New Testament.  Get to know Jesus," they said.  He did.  Eventually, he became a Christian, a follower of Jesus Christ. As is common in Middle Eastern families, he soon paid a high price for his newfound faith: isolation from his father for more than a decade. Today, Mateen works with churches and Christian groups eager to learn about Islam, its claims and challenges, and how to share the gospel winsomely and effectively with Muslims. He is eager to respond to opportunities for teaching and training Christians in these timely matters.  Read more about Mateen Elaas.   

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Tags: Christianity, Islam
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