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Coronavirus Updates and Perspectives

Coronavirus Updates and Perspectives

First things first! Coronavirus is real. Coronavirus is not new. This strain is more virial than its predecessors. Please follow all precautionary measures released HERE. Having said that, in response to inquiries about what the spiritual community is saying, here is a link to some of today’s prophetic voices. Steve Shultz: I’m SO encouraged; Despite CoronaVirus, Here’s What God’s Prophets are Saying Also, here is my message from President Trump’s March National Day of Prayer. As we go to places…

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Leap Year Signals Jubilee for Black Americans during African American History Month

Leap Year Signals Jubilee for Black Americans during African American History Month

When peripherals collide, convergence is imminent: Reflections as 2020 Black History Month comes to an end last week. Sitting across from President Donald John Trump during a landmark historic round table Black History discussion, I smiled as he asked the group gathered whether we would like to be called Black or African Americans? As one, we resounded: “Black!” As a group, we went on to explain that while the reasons are complicated, the terms are acceptably interchangeable. What was most…

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HAPPY NEW YEAR: OUT OF THE GATE IN 2020

HAPPY NEW YEAR: OUT OF THE GATE IN 2020

Greetings dear friends. HAPPY NEW YEAR! We are off to the races both figuratively and literally speaking. As I’m composing this message, I’m headed for Miami for a gathering of members of the evangelical community. Meanwhile, I’m praying for healing of the rift that is threatening to tear the people asunder. Next, we will kick off the Martin Luther King Holiday in Atlanta. Then it’s off to Washington DC for the March for Life week. The year 2020 promises to…

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MERRY CHRISTMAS: Don’t Let Grinch Chatter Steal Your Christmas Joy!

MERRY CHRISTMAS: Don’t Let Grinch Chatter Steal Your Christmas Joy!

Jesus is our greatest gift. Even the world takes pause in December to at least hear some form of this good news. Christmas isn’t just for Christians. God gave the Christ gift for everyone. “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16 So, if we are able to see through the distracting strife provoking smokescreens ie. immoral impeachment hype, Netflix sacrilege,…

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How the ‘Grinchy’ Press Attacks Christmas

How the ‘Grinchy’ Press Attacks Christmas

The Washington Post and other media’s attacks on First Lady Melania Trump, the White House decorations, her attire and the events are just very hurtful. I don’t understand how that hateful spirit is free to operate, right in the midst of this season, where we should be healing, loving, forgiving, and, for me, celebrating Jesus Christ as an expression of faith. Yes, we still have religious freedom thanks to President Trump’s leadership. And we joyfully say Merry Christmas again. Yet…

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Is Today’s Culture War About Legacy or Lunacy?

Is Today’s Culture War About Legacy or Lunacy?

The current Impeachment Lies, Democrat Debates, Chick-fil-A Attacks, and DOJ/Comcast Misalignment are all examples of indicative symptoms of a very serious problem: Culture War. In light of the very recent Democrat Party presidential debates, America should pause, stop, and examine our moral state. If the Democratic Party has anything to do with it, our current president will be impeached under false pretense, and next president will endorse and embrace homosexual marriage, abortion on demand, higher taxes to support an agenda…

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A Voice of Reason in the Midst of Impeachment Malarkey

A Voice of Reason in the Midst of Impeachment Malarkey

In the midst of the “Impeachment Malarkey,” while I’m receiving so many texts and phone calls either of concern from President Trump lovers, or doom and gloom and threats from Trump haters and pessimists in general, a voice of reason seems to be calling the faithful to a unifying spirit that includes kindness, forgiveness and Agape Love. Meanwhile, some less benevolent force is aggressively seducing the masses to seek violence and aggression in our communities. In the midst of all…

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Black Voices United!

Black Voices United!

I am in Atlanta today with President Trump and it’s been a great day for the President. There is a lot of support for Trump in Atlanta. We all need to love, forgive and support our leaders. Through loving our enemies we can all get along. We can have the greatest nation on the planet. Today we rolled out the “Black Voices for Trump” coalition. There is a lot of energy and excitement in the air. President Trump spoke to…

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Truth Be Told, a Lynching is a Lynching

Truth Be Told, a Lynching is a Lynching

“This isn’t the neighborhood bully mocking me—I could take that. This isn’t a foreign devil spitting invective—I could tune that out. It’s you! We grew up together! You! My best friend! Those long hours of leisure as we walked arm in arm, God a third party to our conversation.” Psalm 55:12-14 MSG President Trump is draining the swamp. He said he would. President Trump is keeping America great. He promised. His “frenemies” are not happy. They will do anything to…

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Beware of Fake News; Overcome Evil with Love and Kindness

Beware of Fake News; Overcome Evil with Love and Kindness

I woke up to text that President Trump is abandoning the Syrian Kurds in favor of ISIS. That’s fake news. POTUS tweeted that if Turkey goes off limit he will strongly address that. U.S. has not withdrawn. There are maybe 50 troops still there. BEWARE OF FAKE NEWS! Meanwhile, “Kindness” is in the news this week, and it’s about time. From Emily Zamourka, the homeless singer on the west coast to Brant Jean, the bereaved brother of Botham Jean who…

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