(News with Views) Coach Dave is against chemical weapons, which he thinks are being sprayed on us.
- Cause and Effect - Generations Radio Co-host and Pastor Kevin Swanson knows what caused the Biblical flood in Colorado, and it wasn't climate change:
Let me ask you this: is it a coincidence that this was the worst year politically in the history of Colorado, at least if you use God’s law as a means of determining human ethics, our legislators did the worst possible things this year than I have ever witnessed in the twenty years I’ve been in Colorado. Our legislators committed homosexual acts on the front page of the Denver Post, do you remember that? So here we have the very worst year in Colorado’s year in terms of let’s kill as many babies as possible, let’s make sure we encourage as much decadent homosexual activity as possible, let’s break God’s law with impudence at every single level, at every single level let’s make sure that we offend whoever wrote the Bible, so we have the worst year possible politically in the state of Colorado and it happens to be the worst year ever in terms of flood and fire damage in Colorado’s history. That is a weird coincidence; interesting to say the least.
Thus, it is proven.
- The two men who who think about hot, sweaty man-on-man action with thighs like pistons that can pump all night, more than Lucky Pierre (the towel boy at the L.A. Mineshaft) Peter LaBarbera and Matt Barber suggest that every major social, medical, and political institution should form a anti-gay version, you know, before teh gays swarm in like locusts and destroy everything.
- When life gives you lemons - Rev. Rob Schenck tells us how to make the most of any mass killing:
After checking on the security at our apartment building, I grabbed my Bible and my prayer stole and headed toward the Navy Yard. I would offer my services as a chaplain. I’ve done it many times before, most memorably on 9/11 at the Pentagon and Ground Zero, and before that at the Capitol on the day two officers were shot dead by a crazed assailant. I know the power of a pastoral presence, and the profound effect of prayer in moments of crisis. The injured had been transported to hospitals, the bodies had been removed, and the site was secured as a crime scene and inaccessible. I did the only thing I knew to do—and the only thing I could do: I prayed. Kneeling on the sidewalk, I read Psalms of lamentation, then I prayed for the families of those mourning loved ones, the victims in surgery and those recovering, and for the witnesses who were traumatized. A reporter nearby wept. I journalist holding a microphone in front of me wiped his eyes. A radio personality from Norway asked me, “Why do Americans pray at times like this?”
What had begun as a horrible tragedy became a wonderful opportunity to show the love of God, to turn attention to our only true source of help in times of desperation, and to point hearts and minds to the only Savior of humankind.
Because it is all about HIM (No, not Jeebus, Rev. Rob. )("A Terrible Day Becomes A Wonderful Day for Ministry" - RevRobSchenck)