Monday, May 06, 2019

News links May 6, 2019

As ceasefire goes into effect, Netanyahu says Gaza campaign not over

Aircraft carrier sent to Middle East after indications Iran planned attack on US forces

82 Arrests in Huge, Eight-State Child Exploitation Sting

Tlaib And Omar Blame Israel For Sunday Attacks

Evangelical Anglicans demand answers after GAFCON criticism

Hellish hymns: For the first time ever, no hymns made it into the top 10 musical choices for funerals in Britain last year

Senate Dems Delete Embarrassing Poll Showing 70% Prefer Kavanaugh Over RBG

YouTube’s Sinister Pedophile Community Continues To Flourish

Saturday, May 04, 2019

News links May 4, 2019

Why a ‘live and let live’ attitude toward transgenderism has got us into a mess

Pro Tips for Shopping Safe on Amazon

Cocaine Discovered in Shrimps from UK Rivers, Study Shows

Navy to allow off-duty trans sailors to dress in accordance with gender identity

North Korea 'test fires short-range missiles'

Nikki Haley Blasts Ilhan Omar’s Anti-America Blame Game Over Venezuela

Free Speech for Some Week in Higher Education

Islamic Children In Philadelphia Vow To Chop Off The Heads Of Jews

Friday, May 03, 2019

Spring garden 2019

Just practicing blogging a bit, so I don't forget how.....

“I think the greatest weakness in the church today..."

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“I think the greatest weakness in the church today is that almost no one believes that God invests His power in the Bible. Everyone is looking for power in a program, in a methodology, in a technique, in anything and everything but that in which God has placed it—His Word. He alone has the power to change lives for eternity, and that power is focused on the Scriptures.” ― R.C. Sproul, The Prayer of the Lord

News links May 3, 2019

Barna Research Confirms: Scripture Reading has Positive Impact

Smart home devices ‘creepy’ say two-thirds of people … who own smart home devices

U.S. health agency finalizes conscience and religious freedom rule

Democrat Rep. Defends Abortion: 'Some Kids Are Unwanted, You Kill Them Now or You Kill Them Later'

New York Times Admits Obama Admin Deployed Multiple Spies Against Trump Campaign In 2016

Student Stomps on Pro-Life Display Shouting: “I Had an Abortion, I’m Super Proud of It”

Florida teens stranded in ocean saved by boat named 'Amen' after desperate prayer for help

Liturgy is an anchor — don’t brush it aside

Link-banning Is Facebook‘s Terrifying New Censorship Tool...Facebook is now brazenly using its power to reward certain political positions and punish others.

Obama Program to Help Struggling Homeowners Blows Millions on Parties, Cars, Booze, Luxury Travel

Tuesday, February 05, 2019

Slaughter Of the Innocents...More February 5, 2019

...Where, bishop, is your epistle expressing moral outrage at this gleeful slaughter of the innocents-one is forced to conclude that the “woke” Episcopal Church of 2019 stands firmly with Team Herod.

Google Yanks 29 Malicious Photo Apps From Play Store, But Not Before Millions of Downloads

Various Google Play 'Beauty Camera' Apps Send Users Pornographic Content, Redirect Them to Phishing Websites and Collect Their Pictures

Typhus Crisis In Los Angeles Worsens

Senate Democrats Block Bill Prohibiting Infanticide

Why Marie Kondo and Minimalism Are So Popular

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Ugandan delegates on their way to Gafcon 2018

Some of the Ugandan delegates on their way to #Gafcon2018

Monday, June 11, 2018

GAFCON 2018 News: June 11, 2018

Anglican Unscripted #401 - What to expect at GAFCON III
June 4, 2018

Stephen Noll: PREPARING FOR GAFCON IN SEVEN CONTENTIONS  ...I stated in this first essay that this vision is aspirational, that is, not yet realized. While I stand by that qualification, I want to add that it seems God may be running ahead in bringing that vision to reality. He is doing this partly by driving revisionism faster and faster to its outright denial of the faith. He is also doing so by gathering the church in a powerful way, far beyond “realistic” hopes.

We’ll see. I’m laying aside my contentious mantle for a couple weeks and looking forward to sweet fellowship with many fellow Anglicans in the Holy Land...

GAFCON Chairman Okoh's June 2018 letter ...Some 2,000 delegates will be welcomed to Jerusalem this month and many more will be able to share in GAFCON 2018 as it unfolds with reports through each day and live streaming accessed through the Gafcon website. We thank the Almighty God for the privilege of being able to gather in this city where the great events of our salvation were enacted, but it is not now necessary to go on pilgrimage to encounter the living God. Through God’s Word and by the power of God’s Spirit, every local church becomes the household of God and an anticipation of the heavenly Jerusalem.

This is why our conference matters so much for the many of you who are not able to attend in person, yet have a vital role to play. Our purpose is to see faithful Anglicans everywhere equipped and empowered so that the churches of our global Anglican Communion, from parishes to provinces, will be united in one gospel and with one voice will serve the purpose of our conference theme ‘Proclaiming Christ faithfully to the Nations’...

GAFCON vimeo channel

GAFCON Live stream: starts June 18, 2018

GAFCON's youtube channel

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Anglican Unscripted Episode 397:The Gospel according to PB Curry

May 21, 2018

Is Meghan’s wedding our ‘Obama moment’? Let’s hope not ...But there is also an ecumenical reason to doubt Bishop Curry’s wisdom. As the former chaplain to the Queen, Gavin Ashenden, put it: ‘Curry’s Jesus is preoccupied with social justice and the celebration of romance and sexual love wherever it finds you. The real Jesus warned that social justice would never happen in this world, that heterosexual marriage was to be between a man and a woman, and that equality had nothing to do with the Kingdom of Heaven.’ It’s no good, then, cherry-picking Jesus.