Brothers and sisters in Christ, I believe we are coming into a time of intense, worldwide persecution of Christians. We need to be ready. We will be cancelled, demonized, misrepresented, falsely accused, imprisioned, and perhaps even killed. The church is currently being refined and many are walking away. Perhaps you think I’m going a little overboard, but did you ever thing churches would close, here in America, as a result of government orders? Did you ever think Christians and Christian textbook publishers would be blamed for a Capitol “insurrection?” Worse is coming. But ultimately, this should not worry us.
By Heather Walton What does liberty cost? And if you knew how to get it, what would you be willing to give for it? Many today mistakenly put their trust … Read More
By Heather Walton NEVER FORGET WHAT YOU SAW HERE The Holocaust Museum stands as a testament that never again should we allow tyranny to intimidate us into submission to a … Read More
By Heather Walton I have heard Christians say that we should stay completely out of “politics.” As I’ve prayerfully considered this stance, I’ve found it lacking. Instead, my dual citizenship … Read More
By Heather Walton “I can’t believe this is America!” I’m not sure how many times I’ve said that in the past few weeks. This country is becoming decreasingly recognizable as … Read More
And Joshua went to him and said to him, “Are you for us, or for our adversaries?” And he said, “No; but I am the commander of the army of the Lord. … Read More
By Heather Walton About 20 years ago, shortly after I became a Christian, I was participating in some job training. One day we took a lunch break at a local … Read More
The Biblical book of Judges has much to speak into our culture today. Here are some thoughts the Lord impressed upon me as I studied this book.
By Heather Walton This is the second article in a series about the End Times. I highly recommend reading this article first. I enjoy studying prophesy because I love to … Read More
By Heather Walton Sadly, though I’ve lived here for most of my life, I hadn’t read Kentucky’s Constitution until this week. I suspect I wasn’t alone when it comes to … Read More