News you can use - An Eternal Perspective: "May I suggest we forget about 'who the enemy is' for a moment and try to ascertain whom our friends might be before dealing any further with our enemies. Those who are in Christ have a very powerful Friend. Frankly, He is THE MOST powerful friend of all. The bible says: 'What shall we then say to these things? If God be for us, who can be against us'?...
"So, where do you turn each morning for information and perspective? If it's not the Word of God, then I hope and pray you will consider a lifetime subscription. Television might paint pictures you won't forget but you'll never know the Truth until you gain an eternal perspective. If you begin each day with the Word of God, I think you'll be amazed how much REAL NEWS you'll get over that first cup of coffee." Seeing the world from His perspective
We suggest you also read:
Persecution page: Last spring, we posted the first four "True Stories for Children". We hope you will read them to your children. Please let us know if you want us to post more such stories.
Inspiring story: The Village That Lived By The Bible
International Baccalaureate Organization. These notes on the IBO may help you understand what is happening in your school. The multi-leveled global education program is spreading fast in nations around the world. If time permits, we may write an article on this topic later.
Devotions based on Bonhoffer's Meditations on the Cross.
Threat to freedom on the Internet. We hope that this article by attorney James L. Hirsen, J.D., Ph.D. will encourage us all to pray for our nation and thank God for the freedoms many of us have taken for granted.
For more information about the plan for global management of natural and human resources around the world, read "A New World Agenda - Canada's Role In Sustainable Development" by our friend Carl Teichrib, a Canadian researcher.
"Beware lest anyone cheat you through philosophy and empty deceit, according to the tradition of men, according to the basic principles of the world, and not according to Christ." (Colossians 2:8)