Molong Nacua is living out a life that many of us assume died out with the book of Acts.
Month – November 2014
It’s kind of like telling the teacher, “The dog ate my homework.” But that’s what Wells Fargo claims after Rosemarie Bronstein tried to turn in a certificate of deposit taken out by her husband 30 years ago. The Arizona widow sought the money to avoid foreclosure, but the bank disavows any knowledge of the document, which originated with a company that Wells Fargo took over.
“The Kingdom of God” is one of those terms church people use without much consideration to its meaning. For some, it mostly refers to a future age. For others, its meaning is identical to “church.” In nearly every case, the Kingdom is quickly passed over in favor of more frequently stressed teachings. But not so, for Maurice Smith.
Parents have been allowing their sons and daughters to attend the annual Oregon Sexuality Conference for 20 years. Although, they have to sign permission slips for the two-day field trip, it is hardly a case of informed consent. Thanks to the efforts of an investigative TV station, the big secret is out.