West Virginia Students Take Stand For Jesus Christ, Immediately Get Suspended

In the ongoing efforts to redefine this country and its future, liberals are doing their utmost to remove all references to God, Jesus Christ, or anything related to a higher power from this country’s history and traditions.Some brave students in West Virginia are not letting it stand anymore. According to WOAY News, these students let the world know that they were suspended from school for protesting that omission of “one nation under God.” After liberals deleted God from the Pledge and these students wanted to protest it, they got suspended! Source: West Virginia Students Take Stand For Jesus Christ, Immediately … Continue reading West Virginia Students Take Stand For Jesus Christ, Immediately Get Suspended

#nationaldayofprayer “We came on the tractor because we wanted to come to church.” At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey’s wrath

At the Pine Forest Baptist Church in Vidor, Texas, along the coast about 110 miles east of Houston, 45 people gathered for a service in the parking lot, after the church was flooded in the storm.Pat Lawrence and her fiance, Jim Frasier, arrived on a tractor after navigating the floodwaters that had left some homes cut off, like islands.“You can’t hardly comprehend all the water that’s around,” Lawrence said.“My house is not flooded, but getting out is flooded. I’ve been in my house since last Saturday,” she added. “We came on the tractor because we wanted to come to church.”A … Continue reading #nationaldayofprayer “We came on the tractor because we wanted to come to church.” At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey’s wrath

 South Korea holds ballistic missile drill against North Korea nuke test

  SEOUL, Sept. 4 (Yonhap) — South Korea’s military said Monday it conducted a combined live-fire exercise in response to North Korea’s sixth nuclear test a day earlier.The training involved the country’s Hyunmoo ballistic missile and F-15K fighter jets.In the drill, the Hyunmoo-2A surface-to-surface missile and the F-15K’s SLAM-ER long-range air-to-ground missile accurately hit designated targets in the East Sea, according to the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS). Source: (LEAD) S. Korea holds ballistic missile drill against N. Korea nuke test Continue reading  South Korea holds ballistic missile drill against North Korea nuke test

North Korea claims successful test of H-bomb for ICBM

SEOUL, Sept. 3 (Yonhap) — North Korea said Sunday that it has successfully conducted a test of a hydrogen bomb that can be loaded into its intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) in what could be the most powerful detonation.In an “important” announcement, North Korea said that it carried out the sixth nuclear test at 12:00 p.m. (Pyongyang Time), calling it a “perfect” success.The announcement came hours after an artificial earthquake with a 5.7 magnitude was detected near North Korea’s nuclear site in the northeastern area.”The H-bomb test was carried out to examine and confirm the accuracy and credibility of the power … Continue reading North Korea claims successful test of H-bomb for ICBM

#BREAKING North Korea Again threatens to fire four missiles toward #Guam

SEOUL, Aug. 10 (Yonhap) — North Korea’s military on Thursday repeated its threat to attack Guam, saying it is considering a plan to fire four intermediate-range ballistic missiles around the home to several U.S. strategic bombers. In a tit-for-tat of bellicose rhetoric, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said its strategic force is “seriously examining” the plan for an “enveloping strike” at Guam with four Hwasong-12 missiles “in order to interdict the enemy forces on major military bases on Guam and to signal a crucial warning to the U.S.” It said in an English statement that the missiles will cross … Continue reading #BREAKING North Korea Again threatens to fire four missiles toward #Guam

North Korea threatens missile strike near Guam, warns of all-out war!

  By Lee Chi-dong and Kim Soo-yeon SEOUL, Aug. 9 (Yonhap) — North Korea’s military announced Wednesday it is considering missile strikes aimed at laying siege to Guam, home to several U.S. strategic bombers. The Korean People’s Army (KPA) stressed that it stands ready to stage an all-out armed conflict if Washington presses ahead with a preventive war against it. The saber-rattling came hours after U.S. President Donald Trump warned that North Korea will be met with “fire and fury” should it stick to ambitions to hit the U.S. with ballistic missiles. The North’s Strategic Force said it’s “now carefully … Continue reading North Korea threatens missile strike near Guam, warns of all-out war!

U.S. sent two bombers to #Korea this week: official

  SEOUL, Aug. 9 (Yonhap) — Two B-1B U.S. strategic bombers trained again over Korea earlier this week, a defense official in Seoul said Wednesday. The B-1B Lancers from Guam were deployed in the sky over the peninsula Tuesday as part of a regular combined exercise with the South’s fighter jets, the official said. The allies did not announce the mission in advance. North Korea’s military threatened Wednesday to launch an intermediate-range ballistic missile attack on “areas near Guam” in order to contain the U.S. military’s strategic assets based on the Pacific island. Source: U.S. sent two bombers to Korea … Continue reading U.S. sent two bombers to #Korea this week: official

 North Korea threatens ‘physical’ actions over new U.N. sanctions

  SEOUL, Aug. 8 (Yonhap) — North Korea threatened Tuesday to take “physical” actions in response to the United Nations Security Council’s adoption of a new sanctions resolution, calling it a U.S.-led terrorist act against Pyongyang. The warning by the North’s Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee came one day after North Korea’s government rejected the U.N. sanctions over its long-range missile tests and vowed retaliation against Washington “thousands of times.” “(Enemies) should not forget that we are ready to ruthlessly take strategic measures involving physical actions by fully mobilizing our national power,” a spokesman at the committee was quoted as saying … Continue reading  North Korea threatens ‘physical’ actions over new U.N. sanctions

#BREAKING “Sanctions to result in sea of fire in U.S”.:North Korea

    SEOUL, Aug. 6 (Yonhap) — Nuclear action or sanctions taken by Washington against Pyongyang will lead to a “sea of fire” engulfing the U.S. mainland, a North Korean newspaper said in its Sunday edition printed before the United Nations’ adoption of a new sanctions resolution against the reclusive country. “The day the U.S. dares tease our nation with a nuclear rod and sanctions, the mainland U.S. will be catapulted into an unimaginable sea of fire,” the North’s ruling-party newspaper Rodong Sinmun said in an article. The article was printed as the U.N. Security Council adopted its Resolution 2371. … Continue reading #BREAKING “Sanctions to result in sea of fire in U.S”.:North Korea

North Korea must immediately halt provocations, #UNSC resolution warning by global community

SEOUL, Aug. 6 (Yonhap) — South Korea’s government on Sunday called on North Korea to halt all provocations and stressed the latest sanctions adopted by the United Nations are a clear and unified warning by the international community. In a statement released by the foreign ministry, Seoul made clear it fully supports the Security Council’s unanimous adoption of Resolution 2371. It said Pyongyang must now come to the negotiation table to resolve all outstanding issues. The ministry pointed out that the sanctions strongly condemn the recent launch of ballistic missiles and show the international community’s unified resolve not to allow … Continue reading North Korea must immediately halt provocations, #UNSC resolution warning by global community

 ‘Millions of Young People Around the World Will Connect With Jesus’  

Are we ever going to turn our schools of higher learning into bastions of truth and the gospel again? I’m not completely sure, but, if not, we are going to raise up other ones that are. We’re going to see revival in a young generation. We can start with hearts that are turned back to the Bible and to Christ. We can help them take up a biblical worldview. I prophesy to you that that is exactly what is coming in this next outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Millions of young people around the world are going to connect with … Continue reading  ‘Millions of Young People Around the World Will Connect With Jesus’  

North Korean leader “should not be sleeping” easily: McMaster

WASHINGTON, Aug. 2 (Yonhap) — North Korean leader Kim Jong-un should not be sleeping easily at night, President Trump’s national security adviser said Wednesday as he addressed the regime’s missile and nuclear programs. In an interview with MSNBC, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster also said the North’s recent tests of intercontinental ballistic missiles pose a “grave” threat regardless of how far in the U.S. mainland they can reach. “No, I think he should not be because he has the whole world against him, right?” McMaster said when asked whether Kim should be sleeping easily. “He’s isolated on this.” Source: N. … Continue reading North Korean leader “should not be sleeping” easily: McMaster

(Russia feeds them while we sanction them) Russia-donated grain arrives in food-short North Korea: report

SEOUL, Aug. 1 (Yonhap) — A total of 800 tons of flour donated by Russia arrived at a North Korean port this week to help meet the North’s food shortages, Radio Free Asia reported Tuesday. Citing the Facebook page of the Russian Embassy in Pyongyang, the Washington-based RFA said a Russian ship carrying the wheat flour, provided as humanitarian aid through the World Food Program, docked Monday in the North’s northeastern port city of Chongjin. The donation will be used to make dietary supplements for the North’s vulnerable people, including children in the Kangwon and Ryanggang provinces, lactating mothers and … Continue reading (Russia feeds them while we sanction them) Russia-donated grain arrives in food-short North Korea: report

North Korea likely to fire more missiles, conduct nuke test: Seoul

SEOUL, July 31 (Yonhap) — North Korea is likely to conduct an additional ballistic missile launch and its sixth nuclear test following its latest launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), South Korea’s defense ministry said Monday. “There is a possibility that North Korea is likely to test its nuclear warhead and missile capabilities through a nuclear test with more explosive power,” the Ministry of National Defense said in a report to the National Assembly. The ministry added that the North is ready to carry out another nuclear test at any time at its nuclear explosion site in the northeastern … Continue reading North Korea likely to fire more missiles, conduct nuke test: Seoul

Concerns raised over military presence, nukes stored in Turkey 

STUTTGART, Germany — The U.S. should move its nuclear weapons from Incirlik Air Base and start looking for alternatives to the longtime military hub in Turkey, a country that can no longer be fully relied on, analysts and former military officials said. The U.S. military maintains about 50 nuclear warheads at Incirlik, according to nuclear watchdog organizations. “It is the worst place possible to be keeping nuclear weapons,” said Joseph Cirincione, president of the Ploughshares Fund, a prominent nonprofit advocacy group. The strained relationship between the U.S. and Turkey, a NATO ally, has steadily deteriorated in the wake of an … Continue reading Concerns raised over military presence, nukes stored in Turkey 

Trump, Abe(Japan) affirm tougher sanctions over North Korea’s missile launch

TOKYO, July 31 (Yonhap) — United States President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe affirmed a tough response to North Korea’s recent launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile during their phone conversation on Monday. Earlier in the morning, the two leaders reportedly shared their conclusion that the two countries should cooperate with South Korea and the international community for strengthened sanctions and pressure in order to prevent North Korea’s further provocations. Source: Trump, Abe affirm tougher sanctions over N. Korea’s missile launch Continue reading Trump, Abe(Japan) affirm tougher sanctions over North Korea’s missile launch

South Korea to upgrade Patriot missiles against North Korea’s threats: minister

SEOUL, July 30 (Yonhap) — South Korea’s defense chief said Sunday the military will upgrade its Patriot missile system to help defend Seoul and nearby areas from North Korea’s growing threats. Defense Minister Song Young-moo also reaffirmed a plan to establish the country’s own missile defense networks, called the Korea Air and Missile Defense (KAMD), at an early date. “North Korea’s firing of an ICBM-class ballistic missile two days ago is a reckless provocation threatening the Korean Peninsula and the international community,” he said, inspecting a local Patriot battery, according to his ministry. Source: S. Korea to upgrade Patriot missiles … Continue reading South Korea to upgrade Patriot missiles against North Korea’s threats: minister

Two B-1B bombers train in Korea after North Korea’s ICBM launch

    SEOUL, July 30 (Yonhap) — Two B1-B U.S. bombers flew over South Korea on Sunday in a show of force against North Korea after its launch of another intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), the allies’ armed forces announced.The strategic bombers from Guam conducted a joint “air interdiction operation” with four F-15K fighter jets, said South Korea’s Air Force.It came in response to North Korea’s repeated ballistic missile launches and nuclear weapons development.”Our Air Force maintains the precision-strike capability and readiness to burn the enemy’s missile base and its key facilities, including its leadership stronghold to the ground,” South Korea’s … Continue reading Two B-1B bombers train in Korea after North Korea’s ICBM launch

North Korea won’t stop missile provocations: pro-N.K. paper

    SEOUL, July 30 (Yonhap) — A Tokyo-based pro-North Korean news media has said Pyongyang won’t stop its missile tests unless the U.S. changes its hostile policy.”The firing of ballistic missiles in the face of the U.S. will not stop until policymakers of the Trump administration change their strategic position on Chosun and are engaged in forward-looking behaviors,” the Chosun Sinbo said Saturday, using the name of the past Chosun dynasty, which is spelled Joseon in the South, to refer to North Korea.The article came a day after North Korea test launched the second intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), known … Continue reading North Korea won’t stop missile provocations: pro-N.K. paper

Ministry Takes Back ‘God’s Rainbow,’ Despite LGBT Threats

The man behind the world-famous Ark Encounter has decided to reclaim “God’s rainbow”—announcing the massive ark exhibit will be permanently bathed in rainbow lights. “We now have new permanent rainbow lights at the Ark Encounter so all can see that it is God’s rainbow, and He determines its meaning in Genesis 6,” Answers in Genesis founder Ken Ham announced on Facebook. “The rainbow is a reminder God will never again judge the wickedness of man with a global flood—next time the world will be judged by fire,” he said. The 500-foot-long ark is the centerpiece of the biblical theme park based in … Continue reading Ministry Takes Back ‘God’s Rainbow,’ Despite LGBT Threats