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Students, parents surprised to discover bathroom, changing-room policy for transgenders

This story is not about an individual*.  It is about school policy that is decided, and then hidden, from parents and the student body. When policy involves sexuality and safety of minors, we believe parents deserve to know how the school is handling each and every situation. The situation A male senior student at Menasha […]

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Wisconsin Marriage Declaration

Wisconsin Family Action has shared this printable petition for anyone wishing to circulate it to friends, family and churches.  Here is the prelude: On June 6, 2014, Federal Judge Barbara Crabb’s ruled that Wisconsin’s voter-approved Marriage Protection Amendment is unconstitutional. This single, arrogant, unelected, and unaccountable judge overruled the votes of more than 1.6 million Wisconsin citizens […]

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Liberals in Las Vegas propose masturbation coursework for Kindergartners

Before you read this stunning development, you might want to check out this story we reported on back in 2011. It’s a history lesson you may have missed: “Schools need to teach about orgasms” says NEA to UN Now on to the news:  I checked this out – it is really happening in Nevada. CBS […]

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The Satanic Temple

Florida students may soon be coloring with Satan

Yes, that Satan.  Satanists have announced that they will be joining a national atheist group in handing out controversial literature to public school students in Orange County, Florida. According to reporter Billy Hallowell over at The Blaze, the materials reportedly planned for this school year include a Satanic-themed coloring book, “pamphlets related to the Temple’s […]

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Labeled ‘Too Christian,’ School Library Dumps Corrie ten Boom Books

Charisma News is reporting that a California school has yanked Corrie ten Boom’s books because of their Christian references: Pacific Justice Institute is warning a charter school in Southern California that it is violating the First Amendment by removing library books based on their perceived Christian content. A parent of students enrolled at Springs Charter […]

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Evolution

What if my child has to take a class on evolution?

From our guest, Jay Seegert, over at Creation Education Center (and excellent resource!): What if my child has to take a class on evolution? I often have concerned parents approach me asking what they should do when their child has to take a class on evolution. I understand their concern, but my answer is frequently […]

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Weaponized “Love”: The perversion of Christian love into a weapon of Christian persecution

Ever been called a big, bad meanie for sharing Truth publicly? Ever been called disruptive, divisive, unkind or unloving for taking a clear, public stand on a culturally controversial issue that’s addressed in detail within the pages of Scripture? Have you ever been pressured to be silent after speaking up in such a manner? Have you ever been persecuted […]

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Students and Laptops

Who’s filling the brains of our next generation?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:57 — 20.8MB) Today Mike is interviewing Dave Drake from Freedom Project Education about the brainwashing of public school students, and also JD King, the director of this 2014 film, Blue Beats Green. Here is a trailer: Check out “BlueBeatsGreen.Com” Stand Up For The Truth is a radio and […]

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Oklahoma governor dumps Common Core

Oklahoma has officially dropped the polarizing Common Core academic standards — marking a major shift by former supporter Gov. Mary Fallin. In a much-anticipated decision Thursday, Fallin, a Republican, signed legislation repealing the standards Thursday afternoon. She said Oklahoma has the ability to develop superior standards and federal meddling in advocating for the standards drove her decision. […]

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Common Core embedded in Christian homeschool studies– and Bibles!

What in the world would man-made Common Core education standards be doing in a children’s Bible, or any other Christian student material for that matter? Just ask Thomas Nelson, Harper Collins and Zondervan, the biggest names in Christian publishing. Common Core requires new and revised materials in today’s classroom and home schools, so now books […]

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School teaches kids to bow to “Sun God”

Public school students in a California district as young as Kindergarten and all the way through 6th grade have been bowing in worship to the “sun god” and participating in “liturgical/ritual religious practices” aimed at having them “become one with god,” according to a brief filed with an appeals court. Parents in the Encinitas Union School […]

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Dad speaks out against vile homework assignment; hauled out in cuffs

I am so thankful for cameras, that capture the truth of a calm parent who simply spoke up out of turn at a school board meeting and was hauled out by a police officer who later put the dad in handcuffs for the world to see. His crime was not disorderly conduct but violating the […]

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Parent: Transsexual teacher in Appleton, Wis., Pre-K class causes concern

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 13:22 — 12.2MB) Should parents be informed  that their four- and five-year-olds will be taught by a transsexual preschool teacher? An Appleton, Wis., mother says yes, and has contacted the Appleton Area School District about its new 4K program, after her young daughter told her she was […]

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Fellowship: A “filler” or a feast?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:04 — 20.9MB) Today we’re taking a little poll on fellowship and communion in the church: is it a “filler” or a feast?  How often does your church celebrate communion? What would your preference be? We’ll share your comments in the 2nd segment today. One of the issues […]

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Mom says daughter’s teacher rejected essay citing Jesus as her hero

It’s not the first time this has happened. An elementary school in Tennessee rejected a similar assignment from a 10-year-old girl last year because it mentioned God. However, following a national outcry, school officials changed their minds and accepted the student’s assignment. Now it has happened in North Carolina. The teacher denies it; the mom is sticking […]

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Parents, Teachers and Common Core: the train is gaining speed

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 53:06 — 21.3MB) Today we are talking about education and Common Core. There are many new development we need to cover today, and we also want to hear from you, if you are a parent whose student has experienced the Common Core standards and curriculum. You’ll need […]

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School promotes “cross the line” game

This is a school in our listening area. Parents, we need to make sure we know about these “games.” Post by Stand Up For The Truth.

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Keeping our eyes (and Bibles) open

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:39 — 20.7MB) Today it’s the full gamut: We’re talking government education, and later some face-to-face experiences – with “Jesus?” Joining us for this discussion is someone who has been sounding the alarm about national Common Core standards and curriculum. Kyle Olson is publisher and founder of EAGnews.org dedicated to education […]

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Hath God Said?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:57 — 20.8MB) Hath God really said? Sometimes what we think is biblical isn’t really in the Bible at all. Our guest Tim Chaffey from Answers in Genesis weighs in today.  Tim earned a M.Div., specializing in Apologetics and Theology, and a Th.M. in Church History and […]

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Hour of Code at Hale Kula Elementary School

Common Core and the pressure to conform

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:43 — 20.7MB) Today we are diving into several controversial topics. In our second half, we’re discussion some theological perspectives on prayer, and how without a biblical understanding, we can make prayer about doing all sorts of things that the Bible says we ought not to do. […]

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