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    Does Biden Have the Constitutional Right to Force Vaccinations on Us?

    By Jack Watts | September 15, 2021

    Leaving aside any medical benefits or detriments that might be involved with injecting the COVID-19 vaccine—a subject about which I’m…

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    The Second Guessing Syndrome

    By Debra Gaskill | December 11, 2020

    I walked up to the sign-in table of the Children’s Ministry at the mega church I attended–three young children in tow. You had to get your kids signed in early on Sunday morning or the classes might be full. Happy that I was ahead of schedule, I smiled at the…

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    The Cave of Despair

    By Debby Davis | September 13, 2021

    Having experienced the epic climax of his career, the prophet wallowed in despair.  Frustration dogged him like a rabid hound looking for someone to pick a fight with.  One would think Elijah would be happy, feeling at the top of his game, but no. He was depressed and anxious, and…

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    Are You Going On Vacation Or Getting Married?

    Are You Going On Vacation Or Getting Married?

    By Debra Gaskill | August 9, 2021

    The first time I went to Florida on vacation, I had no idea a place like that even existed. Growing up in Ohio, I was used to pine trees, not palm trees. Riding a bike in December? Unheard of! Running up and down the beach chasing crabs instead of lightening…

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    Does Biden Have the Constitutional Right to Force Vaccinations on Us?

    By Jack Watts | September 15, 2021

    Leaving aside any medical benefits or detriments that might be involved with injecting the COVID-19 vaccine—a subject about which I’m not qualified to opine—let’s take a look at the legality of Biden’s announced policy of forced immunization. I am qualified to address that issue. The question is this: Even if…

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    Is the Georgia Audit a Big Deal or Not?

    By Jack Watts | June 9, 2021

    People have asked me about the audit that has been ordered by the court for about 141,000 questionable mail-in ballots in Georgia. Folks want to know if this is much-ado about nothing or if this has teeth. The short answer is this audit definitely has teeth.   It’s the whole enchilada, not only in the…

    The Storytellers Daughter Pt. 7 (Pearls of Wisdom)

    By Debby Davis | June 7, 2021

    My dad used to tell everyone, “I was born an old man.”  Of course he wasn’t born an old man, but he was born with the wisdom of an old man.  People would come to him with their problems, and my dad would know just the right thing to say.  Sometimes he would pray for…

    Vistaprint Card Carrying Self-Proclaimed Apostles & Prophets

    By Michael Fram | June 4, 2021

    I recently Posted: “You may have the Ultimate Call of Apostle or Prophet, but you are not ready to be Commissioned to it after two years.” Face it Folks, we live in a day and age when you can print whatever you want on your Business Card, Vistaprint does not care if it is true…

    America Is Coming Back—You Can Feel It

    By Jack Watts | June 2, 2021

    When Phil Mickelson won the PGA, becoming the oldest player ever to win a major, it was one of the all-time great sports moments, but it was more than that. It was also a great American moment, not so much because it was patriotic but because it wasn’t anti-patriotic. Unlike the NBA and Major League…

    Fwd: Storytellers Daughter Pt. 6 (Music, Prayer, and Faithfulness)

    By Debby Davis | May 28, 2021

    My grandmother Eleanor, (Cheri and I always called her Eleanor, not out of disrespect, but because that is what she told us to call her) was a powerfully effective woman of prayer.  She always spent a long time in prayer every evening.  She would get down on her knees beside her bed and pray into…

    To Defeat the Progressives, We Must Be Who We Claim to Be

    By Jack Watts | May 26, 2021

    Once again, this is a difficult post for me to write. I need to though because there is no way for us to be the people God has called us to be, “for such a time as this,” without all of us being candid and straightforward with the truth. Standing for the truth against the…

    When I Grow Up

    When I Grow Up

    By Wade Trump | May 24, 2021

    As a child we used our imagination to do the impossible, conquer kingdoms, rescue a princess in distress in a 100-foot tower, save a family from a burning building, or team up with Batman and Robin to capture the Joker or Cat Woman. I know these examples age me but I was once a child.…

    I Don’t Want to Learn How to Swim

    By Jack Watts | May 21, 2021

    When my brother and I were about this age, our mom, Murph, decided that we needed to learn to swim. Acting upon her decision, she bought a package of swimming lessons for us at the local YMCA in Newton, Massachusetts. Back then, only men were allowed to be at the Y. Women had to go…

    We Are Headed for a Constitutional Crisis

    By Jack Watts | May 19, 2021

    At the core of what has made the United States the envy of the world for two-and-one-half centuries and the reason why our system of government has been emulated repeatedly, is that in our election process the losers are willing to consent to the will of the majority. Historically, when one side loses, they accept…