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November 27, 2015
A Rape Survivor Speaks Out About Transgender Bathrooms

(The Federalist) A few months ago, I registered for “The Story Workshop” at the Allender Center in Seattle. Primarily aimed at helping survivors of sexual abuse find the purpose and weight in their fractured personal narratives, the conference promised to be intense but deeply healing.  (Read More)

November 27, 2015
They Did Not Honor Him or Give Thanks — Why Thanksgiving is Inescapably Theological

(Albert Mohler) Thanksgiving is a deeply theological act, rightly understood. As a matter of fact, thankfulness is a theology in microcosm — a key to understanding what we really believe about God, ourselves, and the world we experience.  (Read More)

November 27, 2015
ABC TV Show “Scandal” Plays “Silent Night” as Main Character Kills Her Baby in an Abortion

(LifeNews) ABC’s Scandal just crossed a sickening line in the episode “Baby It’s Cold Outside.” The entire hour was an advertisement for Planned Parenthood, but the absolute worst scene was a montage set to the Christmas hymn “Silent Night,” a song that celebrates the birth of Christ, while main character Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) has an abortion, killing her and the president’s baby.  (Read More)

November 27, 2015
Poverty, Inc.

(Breakpoint) Peace Corps volunteer Josie Kornegay was in the West African nation of Sierra Leone teaching a class on microbiology for ten nursing students. As related in Darrow Miller and Stan Guthrie’s book, “Discipling Nations: The Power of Truth to Transform Cultures,” “[a]fter the final exam, one student raised her hand and said, ‘Miss, I know that you taught us about polio, but do you want to know how people really get it?’ (Read More)

November 27, 2015
VA Facility Bans "Merry Christmas" While Gov. Run School Sings Islamic "Fight Song"

(Faith & Freedom) President Obama`s Veterans Affairs medical facility in Salem, Virginia has banned all Christmas trees and banned employees from saying "Merry Christmas"--- while a public school 7th grade teacher in Orange County California has assigned students to learn, and sing, an Islamic "Fight Song."

Employees have pushed back hard in Salem, Virginia---and a grandmother has confronted the school board in Southern California.

Have we lost our mind?  (Read More)

November 27, 2015
This Rehab Center Lifts Men and Women From Hopelessness of Poverty to Homeownership

(Daily Signal) Recovering addict Leann Lecik says her problems all began when she had surgery in the mid-2000s.

The former pharmaceutical representative and national sales consultant was prescribed a pain medication during her recovery, and an ugly addiction soon kicked in.  (Read More)

November 26, 2015
Thanksgiving: A Story of Perseverance

(Faith & Freedom) While the first Thanksgiving was celebrated in October 1621, it was not until 1777 that all 13 colonies celebrated Thanksgiving, for the first time.

At one point, our first President, George Washington, proclaimed a National Day of Thanksgiving, but conflict, difficulties and misunderstandings among the colonies ended the collective observance.

Here`s how the day came to be recognized as the day we now observe. And how it finally became a law in 1941.  (Read More)

November 19, 2015
Refocus for `Black Friday`: Service ... not sales

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(OneNewsNow) Continuing a tradition that started in 2010, churches in Houston and Seattle will be doing service projects that honor Christ at Christmas. "God didn`t send his only Son to earth to cause us to go shopping on the day after Thanksgiving," says Chuck Fox, the founder of Bless Friday.  (Read More)

November 19, 2015
Wrestling with Security & Compassion

(The Stand) Security or compassion?  Safety or Mercy?  These are nagging questions in the aftermath of the Paris bombings last week. The world is now in a state of heightened alert.  Such a time in history cannot be ignored.   As in all things, we must determine how to answer in the light of Christ.  (Read More)

November 19, 2015
California Pro-Lifers Start Campaign to Put 48-Hour Abortion Waiting Period on 2016 Ballot

(LifeNews) A California group is gathering signatures to approve a 48-hour waiting period for young girls before they have abortions in the state.

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla said the state authorized the initiative’s backers to begin collecting signatures Tuesday, according to the LA City News Service.  (Read More)

November 19, 2015
A Time for War?

(Breakpoint) France is reeling after its most violent day since World War II. Islamist terrorists launched at least six attacks throughout Paris: 129 are dead, and over 350 injured. France has confirmed what most of us already suspected: ISIS is behind the attacks.  (Read More)

November 19, 2015
Christian living faces challenges in a world of selfies

(OneNewsNow) There are unintended, negative consequences with many things, and technology isn`t excluded from that, as a Christian pastor discusses in a new book.  (Read More)

November 19, 2015
Rev. Graham: ‘Islam Has Declared War On the World … They Want To Destroy Us’

(CNSNews) Reflecting on the numerous attacks by radical Muslims since 9/11, including the recent Paris massacres, Rev. Franklin Graham said “Islam has declared war on the world,” their “goal is world domination,” and America must join with her allies “to destroy this enemy.”  (Read More)

November 19, 2015
Taming the PC Monster

(Breakpoint) For decades, PC culture has dominated many of America’s college campuses, a fact highlighted in Allan Bloom’s ground-breaking 1987 book “The Closing of the American Mind.” PC culture tries to shame and silence those of us with traditional beliefs as though we’re bigots or rubes.  (Read More)

November 19, 2015
Open Doors at work for families of still-missing Nigerian girls

(OneNewsNow) More than 200 of the girls who were kidnapped from the northern Nigerian town of Chibok in April 2014 still remain missing. The organization Open Doors USA is on the ground working with the families, and spokeswoman Kristen Wright explains that many of them continue to live in isolated and dangerous places.  (Read More)

November 19, 2015
Ark Encounter readies for July `16 opening

(OneNewsNow) An apologetics ministry went straight to the Bible to find a creative ways to promote the opening of its massive re-creation of Noah`s Ark.  (Read More)

November 14, 2015
PRIVACY FOR ALL - Join us Saturday, November 14 for an all-church door-to-door campaign!


Saturday, November 14, 2015

The Privacy For All petition will be taken door-to-door in Chino Hills on Saturday, November 14, 2015. We hope you’ll consider joining us! Bring the entire family.

Training, talking points, and everything you need to collect signatures door-to-door will be provided. Prior experience in signature gathering is not required, nor is Chino Hills residency.

Later we`ll have time for lunch and fellowship.

All participants will go out in teams of at least two people. You may already have a partner to accompany you, but if you don’t, we`ll assign teams when you arrive.

Everyone should count on driving themselves to their assigned neighbor-hood. For insurance reasons, we cannot place you with a driver. If you need to drive with someone, you’ll need to make that arrangement on your own. All neighborhoods are close by the church.

This is a great learning experience for your children, so bring the entire family. And don’t forget to wear sunscreen and a hat!


9:00 a.m. - Arrive at Calvary Chapel Chino Hills

  • Meet in Room 203.

9:15 a.m. - Training Begins

  • A campaign update, a script, do`s and don`ts will be provided.
  • Pick up supplies (map, clip board, petitions, pens, flyers).
  • Get organized into groups.
  • Please don`t be late.

10:45 a.m. - Canvass a Chino Hills Neighborhood

  • Signatures will be collected or fliers will be left.

1:00 p.m. - Return to the Church

  • Head back to the church to return the petitions, have lunch and time for fellowship.

RSVP to: watchmen@calvarycch.org is preferred, but not necessary.

November 13, 2015
Pastor: I’d Go to Jail Before Being Forced to Fund Abortions


(LifeNews) A California pastor is speaking up against a move by the state to force churches to fund abortions and he says he will gladly go to jail before complying with the abortion mandate.

As LifeNews.com has previously reported, last year, in a direct assault on people of faith in California, the California Department of Managed Health Care reclassified abortion as a “basic health service” under the Affordable Care Act and ordered all insurance plans in the state to begin covering surgical abortions immediately. Even churches are not exempt from funding abortions.  (Read More)

November 13, 2015
The Story behind the Navy Hymn

(Breakpoint) It’s one of the most famous hymns in Christendom: “Eternal Father Strong to Save.” It’s often called “the Navy hymn” because it’s sung at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis.  But how many of us know the story behind this moving hymn?  (Read More)

November 13, 2015
Legal artifact dug up to keep students out of religious schools

(OneNewsNow) Opponents of school choice in Nevada are using an archaic, anti-Catholic law to block education funding that provides access to tutoring for students from low-income families.  (Read More)



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