Posted 5/24/13 at 11:07 AM | Alex Murashko
"Those promoting the agenda to change what the Boy Scouts have always been won't rest until there is complete acceptance of any sexual preference for both leaders and members. With its decision today, BSA has rejected its freedom to promote and practice the values that have served to shape our nation's boys into leaders for the last century." - David Cortman, Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel
Posted 5/23/13 at 11:18 AM | Alex Murashko
Funny how a celebrity's every move is tracked, broadcast, tweeted, instagramed, you-tubed, vined, re-tracked, re-broadcast, re-tweeted... and repeat!
Iron Man series star Robert Downey Jr. said two words in an interview with Jon Stewart: "Chuck Missler." The End Times Prophecy news took the opportunity to speculate that Downey follows Missler's biblical teachings closely... and I wrote about it!
For once, I don't mind a little Christian TMZ-ing!
Posted 5/21/13 at 3:06 PM | Alex Murashko
Psalm 46:1 - "God is our refuge in strength, an ever-present help in trouble."
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Posted 5/20/13 at 8:25 PM | Alex Murashko
A time for prayer for Oklahoma.
Posted 5/13/13 at 7:19 PM | Alex Murashko
Posted 5/12/13 at 12:03 AM | Alex Murashko
"It's a coming of age story about Mikayla, who is in love with her team captain and she's hoping that if she helps win the national Bible Quiz championship that she will win his heart. Like every teenager, she's trying to figure out where her place is in the world, what she believes and who she is. She is on a quest to find her own identity and figure out her beliefs." - Nicole Teeny, Storyteller/Producer
Posted 5/9/13 at 5:39 PM | Alex Murashko
This from the Washington Post Live Blog on Benghazi hearings:
Who’s tweeting about Benghazi? Rich, middle-aged men and Chick-fil-A lovers
Thousands of people have tweeted on the #Benghazi hashtag since the September attack, helping disseminate, and even steer, the divisive political narrative of what happened that night.
Thanks to Demographics Pro, a Twitter analysis firm, we have some vague idea of who’s tweeting the most: According to their report, #Benghazi tweeters are 58.3% male, with an average age of 52.6 years and a median income of $61,800 (“within the top 20 percent of overall Twitter distribution,” the report adds).
The tweeters are also overwhelmingly white and married, according to Demographics Pro; they also like Chick-fil-A and Walmart — two brands most often associated with conservatives. FULL POST
Posted 5/9/13 at 11:45 AM | Alex Murashko
Dr. Richard Land, outgoing president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention and president-elect of Southern Evangelical Seminary, will join Glenn Beck for a live interview today (May 9) from 4-5 pm CST, 5-6 pm EST for a discussion on immigration reform and why Evangelical Christians are seemingly turning the tide in favor of immigration reform. Viewers can watch online at The Blaze or find it on Dish Network, channel 212.>
Posted 5/7/13 at 12:07 PM | Alex Murashko
Once again, Judith Hill knocks one out of the park with her rendition of "Feeling Good" by Nina Simone. And once again, the judges took awhile to compose themselves, mouths wide open, before they could comment after Hill's performance as a member of Team Adam.
Posted 5/7/13 at 11:24 AM | Alex Murashko |
Did a former Denver Broncos fan sum up the potentially short-lived career of quarterback Tim Tebow more succinctly than any ESPN sports analyst has so far?
"What did Tim Tebow do wrong – nothing," writes Nancy Ickes in her recently published letter to the Colorado Springs newspaper The Gazette.
Despite Ickes emphatically stating that Tebow was not to blame for his primarily bench-warming role on the New York Jets, the former Jets backup to Mark Sanchez was cut by the team last week and is now a free agent.
Even with his recent setback, Tebow remains a popular athlete and was selected as America's most influential athlete, according to a survey released by Forbes.com on Monday. Tebow, who often talked about God during post-game interviews in the locker room, has become a popular guest speaker at churches, Christian events and leadership conferences.
Tebow is a good guy but I guess in the football game if you cheat on your wife or are in trouble with the law, that is when you are a 'good ' football player! - Nancy Ickes FULL POST