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Why treating God like Charlie Brown’s mom is a really bad idea.

For the vast majority of professing Christians in America, their claim to Christianity centers on little more than their claim to Christianity. Put another way, they are Christians because they say that they are Christians. Their emotions tell them so. Their pastors or priests tell them so. So it must be true. And if you even […]

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How “free public schools” make us all renters from the State.

Remember when you could actually own a home in America? The answer is: No, you do not. Even if you think that something like true home ownership was recently or is presently allowed here in “the land of the free” and the home of the NSA, you are simply wrong. As with most of the […]

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New Policy Forces Homeschooled Kids to Justify Their Religious Beliefs

UPDATE: HUGE OUTCRY FORCES SCHOOL BOARD TO SCRAP NEW POLICY Parents who learned of this unbelievable requirement rose up in Virginia to put a stop to the insanity. For now. But remember: The government – and the enemy – hate the thought of parents raising up their children in the way they should go: Virginia […]

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The rise in homeschool education

Today we are talking about education, Common Core, and homeschooling. There are many new options for parents who are considering homeschooling, and many of you are considering it – or wish you had. If you’re a teacher, you may have gone into public education with the best of intentions, only to be frustrated by a […]

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Of students and teachers

Today we’re talking about the new normal for public school students, and the strange case of one teacher who went off the doctrinal rails a couple years ago. Up first,  student surveillance, and spying on our kids. plus training teachers to teach about racism and Ferguson, and a new twist on school lunch policies. We’ll […]

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Why is the beast of Socialism eating our children? Ask your pastor.

Ah, State-controlled children’s “education”. Is there anything more warmly regarded by the typical American? Right outta the Communist Manifesto, yet adored and defended by most professing conservatives in America. Built plainly upon the satanic approach to the pursuit of knowledge, yet adored and defended by most professing Christians in America. Talk about a gigantic, disgusting, yet very much cherished […]

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Tony Blair’s Strategy to Battle “Religious Extremism” starts with young

Tony Blair, an honorary speaker at the Willow Creek Leadership Summit a few years ago, says that his global interfaith organization wants to teach our next generation to think critically so they can learn to easily dismiss all forms of religious extremists.  Interestingly, Bible-believing Christians.  Lighthouse Trails files this report: Tony Blair Calls for “Comprehensive […]

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On October 31, are we walking dead or are we supernatural reformers?

So what is today to you? Is it Halloween, Reformation Day, or just another Friday? Most professing Christians would go with the first or the last. The middle option usually isn’t even on our radar. Most of us don’t even know that there is such a thing as Reformation Day…or that there is, in fact, right here […]

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Why do most professing Christians dismiss God’s Word on children’s education?

What if God was not only real, but had lovingly provided us with the information and understanding by which we might tackle every important subject and challenge that could come our way? What if He, in His infinite wisdom and matchless grace, had given us such detail as to the nature of every realm of human experience, culture, and […]

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Beheadings in America: How should Christians respond?

Today we’ve got several different topics we’re covering. In just a moment, a disturbing news story we touched on last week about a Nevada school district considering curriculum to teach children as young as 5 about masturbation. And then there is other education news with Common Core you may not have heard yet. A little […]

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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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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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Who’s filling the brains of our next generation?

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 online ministry that covers news of the day, trends in the […]

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

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 confused about why a girl teacher is a boy. Elisha Perez, […]

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Fellowship: A “filler” or a feast?

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 we cover here is the National Education Association’s attempt to secularize […]

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

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 to understand this system that will push parents out of the […]

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Keeping our eyes (and Bibles) open

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 reform. Kyle is a contributor to TownHall.Com and has written a book titled,Indoctrination: […]

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Common Core and the pressure to conform

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. In our first segment today, another controversial topic we cover here […]

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