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Is Your High School Participating?

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What better way to seek God’s holy intercession than to encourage students around the nation to participate in SEE YOU AT THE POLE 2017  Wednesday, September 27 at 7:00 AM!

        
Please make sure the students in your family know about this special day by passing the following information along to them:

What began in Texas in 1990, when a small group of students came together to pray, has, over 25 years later, grown Read More

Virginia Court Paves Way for Trans-Friendly Bathrooms

It is often said that “as California goes, so goes the rest of the nation.” That’s not necessarily a blessing when our bellwether state is led by decidedly progressive legislators. Nearly three years ago, California became the first state in the nation to pass a landmark bathroom bill allowing all students to select which restroom and locker room they use based on their “perceived” gender. Since then, LGBT activists Read More

Victory for this 5th grader and her poem about Jesus!

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A public school teacher in Stanislaus County, California, gave a homework assignment to her fifth grade students to write two poems on any subject and turn them in the next day.  Since it was just before the Christmas break, Kali decided to write her two poems about the holiday season.  She wrote one poem about reindeer and another about Jesus. When Kali turned in her assignment the next day, her teacher rejected the poem about Jesus Read More