Drag Queen Story Hour ‘greatest grooming program ever devised,’ counselor says

Aug 23, 2019 by

By Brandon Showalter, Christian Post: A clinical counselor who has worked with over 4,000 serial predators is urging parents to be vigilant after a Texas library hosted a Drag Queen Story Hour for kids featuring a reader who has a criminal record. Parents in Texas discovered that David Lee Richardson, who goes by the drag name “Miss Kitty Litter” and has been participating in Drag Queen Story Hour events for the Austin Public Library System over the past year, has a criminal record...

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How ‘inclusive’ is the New Jerusalem?

Aug 13, 2019 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: Sam Wells, vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields in London, wrote an interesting and significant piece in last week’s Church Times, calling for a change in focus in the way that the call is made for the Church to be ‘more inclusive’. The article was a shortened version of his address to the annual meeting of the organisation Inclusive Church, and the full version can be read on their website. The change he calls for is a shift from looking back to creation principles and...

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Mary Luwum, Archbishop Janani’s widow, dies at 93

Aug 10, 2019 by

Mary Luwum, Archbishop Janani Luwum’s widow, has died 8/6/2019 With deep regret, Archbishop Stanley Ntagali has announced the death of Mama Mary Luwum, the wife of Church of Uganda’s martyred Archbishop Janani Luwum. Mama Mary Luwum died at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, 6th August at International Hospital Kampala (IHK), following a courageous battle with cancer of the gallbladder. She was 93 years old and is survived by six children and many grandchildren. Archbishop Ntagali said, “Mama Mary has been a...

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Archbishop Kwashi defies the terrorists on Nigeria’s front line

Aug 10, 2019 by

Benjamin Kwashi has paid a heavy price for standing by his faith By Michael Binyon,  The Times: Few places are as deadly as central Nigeria. For years villages on the front line between Islam in the north and Christianity in the south have been victims of the fighting between Muslim militants and Christians determined to protect their lives and rights. Boko Haram, the extremist group linked to al-Qaeda, has been harassing the population for a decade, but has recently been overshadowed by more...

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Bishop John Ellison, chair of AMIE Panel of Bishops, dies at age of 78

Aug 9, 2019 by

Bishop John Ellison, who was Bishop of Paraguay from 1988 – 2007,  and honorary assistant bishop in the Diocese of Winchester died on Sunday at the age of 78. He was chair of the Panel of Bishops of the Anglican Mission in England.  Bishop Andy Lines writes: “I have known John and Judie for 30 years, serving alongside John in Paraguay and more recently in Europe. John was my first experience of a bishop at close quarters, and it took me a while to realise how privileged I have been...

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Yes, they ARE encouraging children to “be gay” in Schools. Or bisexual, pansexual, asexual, transsexual, hetero-flexible, heterosexual…

Aug 5, 2019 by

from Islam21c.com: ‘No Outsiders’ is a two-faced project; the public face shows it as an innocent attempt to gently steer people away from all types of xenophobia. The shocking true face, however, is something you must search to find as you will not see it in the media or hear it from teachers. It started as a government-funded research project in 2006 with the stated aim of “developing effective means of challenging heteronormativity in primary schools”.[1] Half a million pounds of taxpayers’...

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