By Mehdi Chebil /france24.com/
An estimated 340,000 people gathered in the French capital on Sunday to voice their opposition to President François Hollande’s controversial “marriage for all” bill, which seeks to extend equal rights to same-sex couples.
Some 340,000 people opposed to President François Hollande’s plan to legalise gay marriage took to the streets of Paris on Sunday in a bid to organise one of the French capital’s biggest protest rallies in years.
BECKLEY WV – A new short term class on evangelism will be offered on Monday nights at the CRC. The class, “Beyond The Walls” is designed to encourage those who have a heart for evangelism and wish to learn more, discuss ideas, and examine ways to encourage and equip others to be an answer to the prayer request of Christ. (Matt. 9:37) The class will include teaching, discussion, and strategic examples of practical application for both churches and individual believers and look at ways to provide ongoing support for those desiring to reach people with the good news of Christ.
Although clearly a pro-choice advocate, Kate Pickert in the January 14 Time Magazine cover story, “What Choice?” admits that “the pro-choice cause is in crisis.”
In the article, Pickert says there is a rebellion going on within the abortion rights cause, pitting younger feminists against the old-time leaders who were in their 20’s and 30’s when the battle began with Roe. But now, she says, these leaders are out of touch with the problem of state laws that curtail abortion while polls are showing abortion acceptance dwindling. The younger women want to take control of the fight, and believe they can do better than the old guard.
Pickert claims that this rebellion pitting feminists against feminists is tearing the movement apart at the very time state laws are eroding access to abortion, and that this power grab within the movement has come at a time when public opinion is turning against abortion. The elderly leadership, young pro-choice advocates say, cannot solicit young people to get involved in the battle to keep abortion legal. They think they can.
AM860 WOAY is giving away two books and one DVD. The books are “Twelve Unlikely Heroes” by John MacArthur and “100 Days of Character” by Stephen Arterburn. The DVD is entitled “The Last Days According to Jesus” by RC Sproul. ALL entrants will recieve a free "Jet Tour Through the Bible" CD. :60 seconds on every book of the Bible. Fill out your entry in full for this free informational CD and a chance to win the books.
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Amy Ford and Joanna Brown talk about the struggles they experienced as a result of being pregnant and unmarried during their teen years, and offer hope to young women facing similar challenges today. (Part 2 of 2)
Amy Ford and Joanna Brown talk about the struggles they experienced as a result of being pregnant and unmarried during their teen years, and offer hope to young women facing similar challenges today. (Part 1 of 2)
Carolyn McKinstry discusses her experiences during the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, including her survival of several violent clashes resulting from racial tensions. (Part 3 of 3) Also, Jim Daly talks briefly with Rep. Trent Franks about an important congressional vote to protect preborn babies which is scheduled to occur tomorrow, Jan. 22.
The Bible Answer Man with Hank Hanegraaff
“[Doing Good to All] Brothers and sisters, if someone is caught in a sin, you who live by the Spirit should restore that person gently. But watch yourselves, or you also may be tempted.”