A Day of Religious Liberty

As time progresses the Word of God promises man will wax worse and worse, “ and the perilous times will come.” We are now in such a day and dealing with such men. A double curse is that such wicked men are our countrymen and elected leaders. President Obama has sought to put a yoke upon us that is beyond burdensome.

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Spiritual Wickedness In High Places

By Chuck Baldwin chuckbaldwinlive.com Almost immediately after Adam’s fall, Lucifer and his minions collaborated with evil men to usurp God’s authority and sovereignty. And nowhere is God more sovereign than in the heart and conscience of man. In the spirit world, the First Commandment (“Thou shalt have no other gods before me”) is the battleground […]

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Is the United States a Christian Nation?

by Noel Burton, BNS Supporter Is the United States a Christian Nation?  While much has been made about our own Presidents comments to the contrary, the bigger question would have to be have Christians lost their influence? Sadly we would have to say yes. In my own lifetime prayer has been removed from school, abortion has been legalized,  same […]

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Amending Michigan’s Elliott-Larsen Act is an affront to the civil rights movement of the 60’s

Amending Michigan’s Elliott-Larsen Act is an affront to the civil rights movement of the 60’s

23 October 2014

                      Stacy Swimp Commentary on Homosexuality and Civil Rights ***Delivered at the Pastors Press Conference held at the Michigan State Capitol October 22, 1014. For more information about the the event visit www.nogaycivilright.com  Watch the complete press conference here.   To Governor Rick Synder, Speaker […]

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Michigan Pastors Oppose Amending the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act

17 October 2014

Lansing, MI, October 17, 2014— Michigan pastors are coming together to speak out against amending the Elliott-Larson Civil Rights act to include gay or ‘gender inclusive’ language. If passed this would effectively codify homosexuality as a civil right. A growing number of pastors are signing onto the NoGayCivilRight.com pastor’s press release document which express opposition […]

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“WARNING to the Church of America because of DOMA”

02 July 2013

The American church is about to be subjected to spiritual and cultural warfare the likes of which we have never seen and which most are not prepared for. The attacks will come from every corner of the secular world to challenge, condemn and punish us for our beliefs about homosexuality.

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3-13-13 A National Day of Religious Liberty

11 March 2013

On March 13, 2013 (3-13-13) churches across the nation will be observing a national day of religious liberty.  Resources can be found at a special website to support the event. (www.religiousliberty.biblenation.org) The following video by Joshua Hershberger, Attorney, Project in Law, Liberty, and Religion (PILLAR), will be shown in churches as part of their Mid-Week services.

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The Gates Are Over Run! (A Bible perspective on American freedom)

13 October 2012

The American citizenry is being battered from multiple attacks and from multiple directions. It is overwhelming. The rapid fire onslaught of domestic and foreign crises seems to be pressing our national capacities and resolve. Our country's lungs are burning from exertions and it's muscles are aching from last efforts. Our existence is in the balance.

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“The Fear Of God Is Not In This Place”

“The Fear Of God Is Not In This Place”

19 July 2012

The fear of God is a predicate for people’s respect for the elderly. (Leviticus 19:32) The fear of God is a predicate for a political leader’s respect for liberty and refusal to engage in or allow oppression. (Leviticus 25:17) The fear of God is a predicate for honest financial and business practices. (Leviticus 25:36) And the fear of God is a predicate for a leader of any kind to not be tyrannical and heavy handed. (Leviticus 25:43)

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All Hail the King James! Hundreds of Celebrations Mark the King James Bibles’ 400th Year

29 April 2011

From princes to professors, parchments to smart phones, and from readings to rejoicings, the world wide phenomenon that is the King James Version of the Bible is being hailed as a cornerstone of society. Washington D.C.,April 29, 2011 – The King James Bible is coming!  The ‘National’ celebration of the ‘Majestic Legacy’ of the King […]

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The Koran, Congress, and the King James Bible

25 April 2011

Three iconic symbols compete for national influence on the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible. WASHINGTON, D.C., April 25, 2011, — While free speech is being debated near Detroit over whether Reverend Terry Jones, the Koran burner, has the right to protest outside America’s largest mosque, Congress readies to debate debt ceilings and budget […]

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Congressional Resolution on the King James Bible

20 April 2011

Congress will vote on House Concurrent Resolution 38 recognizing the 400th Anniversary of the King James Version of the Bible. Contact: Jason Georges, Bible Nation Society Executive Director, 989-720-2267, www.KingJames400.com Washington, D.C., April 19, 2011 — The ‘Old King James’ is turning 400 years old in May of this year.  This popular translation of the […]

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National King James Bible 400th Anniversary Celebration

National King James Bible 400th Anniversary Celebration

18 March 2011

The national celebration of the 400th Anniversary of the King James Bible is scheduled to take place May 2-3, 2011 in Washington D.C.  A historic Bible collection will be displayed on the National Mall.  Authors and historians will also be speaking May 2 on the campus of George Washington University.  In coordination with the event […]

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