(The Stand) A federal judge has ruled that a cross in Pensacola, Florida – a cross used for countless Easter sunrise services, Memorial Day observances, and ceremonies honoring veterans – must come down because it violates the Constitution. This judge is 100% absolutely, emphatically, and utterly wrong. (Read More)
(Family Policy Alliance) If your child attends a Christian school, he or she is likely to be taught by teachers who cherish the Christian values so important to your own family. Your child’s teacher may even have signed a faith-based code of conduct to help preserve the school’s commitment to biblical morality. (Read More)
Baby Dedication certificates are at the Info Center.
Quilting & Handcraft Group
Saturday June 24 from 9:00am to 1:00pm in the Youth Room.
Seasoned Salt Fellowship
Wednesday, June 28 from 9:30am to 11:00am in the Fellowship Hall. We will not be meeting in July; we will meet again Wednesday, August 23. Everyone is welcome.
Baptism and July 4th Celebration
Tuesday, July 4th Sign-up sheets are at the Info Center for those who would like to be baptized, as well as those who would be willing to help set-up, with food and with putting everything away. Set-up begins at 10:00am; Baptism begins at 1:00pm.
Vacation Bible School
July 11-13; 9:00am to Noon for kids ages 5-12. You may register your child online at our website or at the Info Center now. **If you’re interested in helping, you may also sign up online at our website.
Friday, June 23
7:00pm – Friday Bible study
Nursery – 3-year olds – Building A
4-years old – 6th Grade – Bridge Gap Theater (Building B)
High School Youth Group — Sanctuary (for worship) then Rock Church
Saturday, June 24
9:00am – Quilting and Handcrafting Group – Youth Room (Building C)
Sunday, June 25
9:00am & 11:00am – Worship Service
Nursery & Toddlers – Building A
4 year olds – 6th grade – Building C
Monday, June 26
7:00pm – Monday Night bible study — Sanctuary
No child care provided
Wednesday, June 28
9:30am – Seasoned Salt (senior adult fellowship) – Fellowship Hall
(FRC) If you have a history of mental illness in your family, stay away from Oregon! The state isn`t exactly the friendliest place to be for people suffering from things like Alzheimer`s and dementia. Under a new bill just passed by the Oregon Senate, SB 494, there could be situations, the local Right to Life chapter writes, “where an incompetent person`s life may be ended according to the wishes of their health care representative, even if it`s against the unwritten or ambiguously written desires of the incompetent person.” (Read More)
(The Stand) Target`s dangerous policy of allowing men into women`s dressing rooms has claimed another innocent victim of sexual voyeurism.
Just last week, in The Woodlands, Texas, a woman was sexually violated when a man freely entered the women`s dressing room and began videotaping her trying on bathing suits. (Read More)
(OneNewsNow) Three people, including a doctor, face charges in Detroit federal court for performing the mutilations. All three are members of the Shia Muslim sect Dawoodi Bohra. Well-known liberal civil rights attorney Alan Dershowitz will represent them, claiming constitutional protections for free exercise of religion. (Read More)
(LifeNews) Planned Parenthood is in the fight of its corporate life to save its half billion dollars in taxpayer funding, claiming it needs the money to deliver “vital reproductive health care.” But Live Action has discovered that Planned Parenthood refuses to use those “reproductive health care” tax dollars to help the people who need them the most… (Read More)
(FRC) There`s no sugar-coating the intolerance at Kellogg`s! Like a lot of corporate bullies, the cereal company bowled over shoppers with its decision to pull ads from Breitbart.com because the outlet is supposedly too conservative for Kellogg`s taste. Now, six months into their liberal experiment, the economic picture isn`t exactly rosy. (Read More)