The Good News

Why Good Friday?

Why do Christians call the Friday before Easter; Good Friday?  After all, it was the day that Christ hung on the cross. Before that, he was whipped and had a crown of thorns pressed into his head. He endured incredible pain. The fact that Jesus hung on that cross is what Good Friday commemorates. Before …

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Billy Graham’s Casket; a humble life

Several years ago, the Rev. Billy Graham was visiting Angola Prison in Louisina and heard that a group of prisoners, in a small carpentry shop, hand built the caskets for prisoners who died there. He was so impressed with the careful work they did, crafting each casket, that he got one for his wife Ruth …

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Realities of Everyday Life

March for Life

Today, President Donald Trump was the first president to speak live at the March for Life in Washington, D.C.  President’s Reagan and Bush had produced recorded messages for the event. This is one of the largest pro-life events in the world, speaking out against the horrors of the millions of abortions that are performed annually. …

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The Good News

News of Joy

The name of this website refers to the good news that Jesus Christ gives all humans a bridge to God. Despite our sin, we do not have to be condemned to eternity in hell, but we have the great opportunity to spend eternity in Heaven with God. In hell, we are separated from him. It …

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Realities of Everyday Life

Las Vegas Shootings

It’s important to remember that God is a God of love. He loves his children; humans. There is evil in the world, but that evil does not come from God. It is safe to say that most of the people killed and injured in Las Vegas were Christians. It is a common characteristic of country …

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Christian Sacrifice

28 Coptic Christians Murdered in Egypt

It would be far better to be able to always report on the news of joy that is part of accepting Jesus.  Unfortunately, we live in a world where radical Islam is determined to snuff out the world’s Christian population.  Twenty-eight Christians, who were on their way to a monastery to pray were attacked and …

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