No hurry and nothing to fear!

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.

Cure for The Fear Pandemic

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

A Conflict of Liberty?

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Letter from Birmingham Jail There is a divide in the church today. Unfortunately, this statement could likely … Read More

It’s all about control

By Heather Walton We need to protect the most vulnerable. We must protect our Constitutional rights. Where is my unemployment? I will not wear a mask! It’s my body, and … Read More

We Have Sinned

Dear Lord, You have said, “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then … Read More

Judge not … ?

By Heather Walton “Judge not, that you be not judged. For with the judgment you pronounce you will be judged, and with the measure you use it will be measured to you. Why … Read More

An Open Letter to Gov. Andy Beshear

May 11, 2020 Governor Beshear, I want to begin by saying that, for the first several weeks of your COVID-19 response, I was one of your strongest supporters. I watched … Read More

COVID-19: Has it changed the world?

By Heather Walton A week ago at this time I honestly wondered what all the hype was about. I questioned whether people were overreacting. Later that evening, after hearing from … Read More

Weeping at night, joy in the morning

by Heather Walton May 20 passed without me realizing it. How did it happen? I did think about it that day, but I didn’t make the connection that it was … Read More

45 years later … we can resurrect a culture of life

January 22, 1973 was a day that changed the history of our nation forever, a day that put the stamp of approval on the growing culture of death in our … Read More

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