From the giddy spires of the NDP Leader’s chair, Mr. Thomas Mulcair has again pontificated against the core values of many Canadians, calling them “un-Canadian”. His predictable partisan outburst was in response to the revelation that a Christian organization performing humanitarian relief work in Uganda was receiving government funding. Crossroads Communications is busy drilling wells and improving hygiene in Uganda and along with the generous support of many Christian donors, also received $544,813 from CIDA for this work. The newspeg to which Mr. Mulcair’s angry accusations were attributed was that this same Crossroads organization had posted on its website its biblically-based position that homosexuality is a “sin” and a “perversion”.
ChristianGovernance eletter – January 16, 2013
An NJ school board has suspended a teacher for talking Christianity with a student, and giving him a Bible. This was all at the initiation of the student, not the teacher, but the stalinist protocol for protectionism at this humanist gov’t school still kicked in. They can’t protect students from bullying. They won’t protect them from sex and STDs. But, come hell or high water, they’ll protect them from Christianity!!
From: ChristianGovernance eletter, December 26, 2012
For many people, Christmas is a time for nostalgia.
For us at ChristianGovernance, it is a time to look forward with enthusiasm and confidence because we believe that we are in the business of advancing the Kingdom of God.
From ChristianGovernance eletter, November 28, 2012
Click here to see a video compilation of Dan Savage’s militant contempt for God.
ChristianGovernance eletter – November 12, 2012
What a Glorious and Fearful God We Serve
Our morning sermon at church Sunday was on Hebrews 12:15b.
The Canadian Press article reports: “If state officials determine there is a case of discrimination, they can order Liberty Ridge to take appropriate action and can set monetary damages.”
ChristianGovernance eletter – October 9, 2012
From: The Persecution & Prayer Alert, August 23, 2012
Pastor and his wife assaulted by mob in Sri Lanka
(Source: World Evangelical Alliance)
A pastor and his wife were attacked in Deniyaya, Sri Lanka, while returning home after visiting a church member. A large mob of around 40 men, accompanied by five Buddhist monks and the assistant secretary of the local government authority, approached the pastor and his wife shouting, “attack them,” “kill them.” The pastor was then assaulted and accused of spreading Christianity in the area.
“During his reign, when his co-emperor Licinius persecuted the church, Constantine waged war with him to liberate the Christians.”
ChristianGovernance eletter – June 15, 2012
The Bible is a very dangerous book
Why is the Hamilton government school board banning Bible distribution?
Because they say the Bible is a dangerous book.
This is an amazing testimony. Even many – most? – Christians today don’t see the Bible as a dangerous book.