May 24, 2024

Ideas…

- Ideas From Across America -

Day X Of The Coup. What Are You Going To Do?

by Tony Ruiz

Thought For The Day...

by Stephen Nissley

Let's Talk About It

by Will Johnson

Let's Talk About It

- Wednesdays Edition

by Will Johnson

C'mon America, Think...

Roaring Freedom

A MUST-WATCH SPEECH TO PONDER...

ONE OF THE BEST PRO-LIFE SPEECHES

SERMON TO PONDER...

Gianna Jessen Incredible Speech

"We are in an interesting battle...a battle between life and death. What side are you on?" - Gianna Jessen

by Dr. Tony Evans
Kingdom Voting Sermon Series
Message 4: God and Life (click)
Message 3: God and Freedom (click)
Message 2: God and Government (click)
Message 1: The Concept of Kingdom (click)

I STILL HAVEN'T FOUND WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR

A CALL TO ANGUISH

A TIME FOR CHOOSING

U2 visits a gospel choir in Harlem.

Preached on September 15, 2002 by David Wilkerson, Time Square Church New York City

Given on October 27, 1964 by Ronald Reagan

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