Abortion is forever


“I read a newspaper editorial arguing that abortion is just another surgery, no different from a root canal or appendectomy. But why don’t people remember the anniversary of their appendectomy twenty years later? Why don’t they find themselves weeping uncontrollably, grieving the loss of their appendix? And where are all the support groups and counseling for those who’ve had root canals?”
~ Randy Alcoa

Abortion hurts woman. Period.

Why we should welcome homosexuals into our churches – the thoughts of an evangelical, pentecostal Christian

I never really speak about this issue publicly.. in person or on social media. I guess the reason why I never do is exactly what draws me to write this post.

My eye was caught this morning by a headline stating, “Vatican official says homosexuals welcome. “ I am not Catholic but that headline could be interchanged with any headline from a Christian news website.

The whole idea that..” I’m a Christian. . I don’t like gay people, ” is an unfortunate brand that has been placed upon the church.. And it saddens me to say, that many times,  for good reason. But the truth of the matter is – of course homosexuals should be welcome in our churches! Any follower of Jesus who thinks any different should examine their relationship with Him. 

Now I understand that for a lot of people it’s just the changing of the social tides that make them uncomfortable with the statement that gay people should be welcomed into our churches and that is the force that drives Conservative news providers to publish articles like the one aforementioned in this post. We must remember that we live in a fallen world. We live in the enemy’s domain. Regardless of how life was in the good ol’ days. . We should not expect the world to follow the light. . Because without Jesus..There is only darkness. History is beginning to repeat itself and the prophesies from the word of God about the end of the age are being fulfilled. Early Christians were tortured, persecuted, and despised. Followers of Jesus should never expect the world to adhere to Gods plan because Gods plan brings forth happiness and life and the evil one who has temporarily usurped Gods throne over this world doesn’t want his subjects to have life. . But only sadness and death. Our mission is not to force the world into our Christian box but to show them the unrelenting and never failing love and mercy of Jesus Christ.

In the past I have sat on the pews of the F.M. Church of God as a drug addict.. I have sat on the pews of the FMCOG as a thief.. A liar. .as a person addicted to fornication and sexual immorality. . As a defiant and proud sinner. All of us have and still continue to do so every Sunday because we are all sinners and it’s only by the grace of God that we have been made right with God through repentance and by the blood of Jesus. 

I will never apologize for calling homosexuality a sin. It is what it is. But good lord! I’m glad that there was never a stigma within the church that said liars, drug addicts and thieves were not welcome to enter into God’s house. Because, if so, I would probably be dead and my soul eternally dammed to hell right now. Jesus came for the broken hearted.. Jesus came to set free the captives trapped in a bleak and lonely wasteland of sin. . Not for the righteous. 

I pray that the pews of my church will be filled by gay people. Before I was married, I sat beside my partner in sexual sin many times in God’s house. Before i was redeemed i sat under the influence of drugs many times in church. . Actually, in the past, when i would finally relent to my parents pleading and go to church . . I used to make it a point to get high before church so to numb myself to the conviction of God’s presence. But you know what? God still reached me and planted seeds of life within me.. even though i would walk right out that door and continue in my selfishness and in my refusal to serve God. . He still loved me and wanted me in his house and in his presence because He had other plans for me!

Let us all look at life not through a temporary eye piece but through an eternal one.. Not with a proud heart but with a heart humbled by the love and mercy of Jesus.

On Peace and the Little Girl Who Altered My Heart

Tonight before bed, as I read to my children the Bible story of Abraham and Isaac, the Holy Spirit deeply moved my heart. I felt kind of silly crying as I read from a children’s bible story book. .  But the simplicity of the story spoke so directly to my heart. I was overwhelmed by the realization of just how much God loves me. Story time this evening brought me to a place that I am guilty of not always being.. It brought me to my knees before the Lord with the faith and awe of a child. 

I could not stop the tears from falling onto the pages as I read. As I struggled before my children to speak, my daughter walked over to where I was sitting and ever so lightly wiped a tear from my cheek. 

My daughter is 7. She struggles with learning and is emotionally and socially behind other children her age. The Lord has really been working and mending some things within her these past few months though.  And I give him all glory and honor for the things He has done and will do. 

My little girl may not know how to read well yet..or how to write her name in a straight line..But my little girl has a heart for God. God gave her a mind fully capable of grasping the idea of His love..and for that I am so grateful. I’ll never forget the day several years ago when she and I knelt down in my living room and she asked Jesus to come into her heart.

I don’t really care if my little girl ever learns to read (even though I know she will..she is making great progress as of late) as long as my children know Jesus.. I will consider the time God gave me to be a mother as time of success.  

My little girl did not enter this world from my womb. She is my husband’s daughter. We got her when she was three. Her first few years here on earth she experienced neglect and many things that I do not know of. . Things I don’t want to know. Oh how she deserved it. . As all children do.. but  that pure and selfless love that mothers should show  their children is something that, during her first 3 years, my daughter did not receive.  

The first time I met her I loved her. I knew that I had met my husband because God wanted me to be Trinitee’s mother. And I am. I am her mommy and she is my mine. 

I don’t see how some people say that they couldn’t love an adopted child. . These People must not know Jesus. That’s the only explanation that I can think of. 

I remember when I was pregnant with my son I was so scared that I would love him more than my daughter. .I was terrified that I wouldn’t be able to help it. I prayed over and over during those 9 months for God to please not let this happen. He didn’t. My love for her only deepened. God wove her into my soul and permanently altered my heart. 

28 years ago.. As I lay fast asleep in my crib. . God already knew Trinitee. Beginning the moment I took my first breath, God orchestrated events in my life which prepared and conditioned my heart for the day that I would meet my daughter.  God has it all figured out and knows the plans he has for us and for our children.  And with this assurance, peace.. peace..Such wonderful peace may we find in Him.

“Vaccines Saved Us” – Intellectual Dishonesty At Its Most Naked

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If there’s one thing about the drug industry backed vaccine movement CHS has learned over the last several years, it’s that it’s almost completely immune to evidence, science, and reason.

No matter how much evidence is arrayed against it, there are those among its spokespeople who always finds a way to spin, distort, or misrepresent the evidence to combat it and not have to give up the concept that vaccines don’t cause autism. “Its a mystery” but bizarrely the one thing they are are sure of “its not vaccines“, even when this has been confirmed in the past by leading health officials and agencies through gritted teeth when publicly embarrassed by media attention:Vaccination Causes Autism – Say US Government & Merck’s Director of Vaccines.

Not that this is any news to readers of this blog, but it bears repeating often. It also bears repeating and…

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Does God Have Emotions?

A wonderful blog from my father. This is a question often asked in my mind.

Pastor Kemp's Blog

  • Matthew 9:36 (NKJV) But when He saw the multitudes, He was moved with compassion for them, because they were weary and scattered, like sheep having no shepherd.

There are some that teach that God has no emotions (impassibility).  After all, how can God, who knows all (omniscient) and who is completely self-sufficient (aseity) and unchanging (immutable) have emotions?

God knew who was going to win every gold medal before the Olympics even began.  He knows who will win the Super Bowl next year and he knows what IBM will close at on July 19, 2014.  (Actually the Markets aren’t open that day; it’s a Saturday—I was just checking to see if you were still with me!).

The point is this: Is God an aloof, distant, motionless and passionless Being looming over human history in power and might or is He actively involved both in the stands cheering us on with…

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One of the sickest examples of vaccine industry corruption – Wyeth internal memo.

*see bottom for all links.
“In 1978-79, eleven babies (all in Tennessee) were found to have died within eight days of a DPT vaccination. Nine of the eleven had been vaccinated with the same lot of pertussis vaccine, Wyeth #64201 and five (four from the same lot) had died within twenty-four hours of vaccination.”
*Now will you please take another look at the memo..
“read closely — a series of SIDS deaths in Tennessee is …prompting Wyeth officials to make sure that vials from a single lot don’t get distributed to a single state, county or health department.”
*SICK. Spread the death out so no one will know.
  “The statistical evidence in favor of a connection between the deaths and the DPT shot was strong. Would the medical authorities bite the bullet and admit the vaccine was related to the deaths? Absolutely not.
 It’s a long and unpleasant tale, but when all was said and done, “the tombstone was placed on what happened in Tennessee three years later, in the September 1982 issue of the Journal of Pediatrics, when Bernier and his colleagues at the CDC wrote their epitaph on the infant deaths. They made this amazing statement: ‘Whether or not this temporal association reflects a causal relationship remains undetermined; we found no evidence to support such a causal association.'”
*this honestly makes me sicker than I can explain. Yes, I will agree that this is old. Who cares about 1979 anyways? I do. Any parent should care if they knew what happened here. No, we no longer use the DPT now DTaP) but that doesn’t matter here. What matters is that this happened and there was never a resolution. There was never justice or an apology. Those precious babies meant nothing. Just like everything else, it was all pushed under the rug. (I cannot explain how angry it makes me that people who question these things are just called “crazy” and that’s it. No journalism. No Truth!)
**What has changed?! How are lots distributed now?
“Do the drug companies, the HMOs, the AAP and the CDC really have a track record of tracking down every report of side effects, encouraging the public to make use of the VAERS (vaccine adverse event reporting system) system and vigilantly monitoring the VSD database? Are they the ones we want to trust to tell us whether there is any “causal association” between vaccines and SIDS, or autism, or asthma, or ADD?”
  See this link for the full story:
and for the link to the PDF file of this memo see this:

We are going to home school our kids, but that’s only because we hate education

one of my favorite bits of this awesome article:
“It’s very chilling to think that parents are sending their children to government facilities for the express purpose of being “socialized” by government workers. It’s one thing to send your kids there IN SPITE of the social “lessons” he’ll learn. It’s quite another to send them specifically FOR those lessons. I went to public school, and my parents spent most evenings trying to undo the “socialization” that so many other parents seem to embrace.”

The Matt Walsh Blog

First, I’d like to treat you to a look at a few snippets of some emails I received yesterday, after a certain “controversial” segment on my show:

“I never realized you were so anti-education…”

“It figures that a teabagger would hate education so much…”

“….so it seems you would rather have a nation full of illiterates…”

“….I get tired of your anarchist propaganda…”

“I’m sure Hitler would be very proud of you…”

That last one — the obligatory “you’re as bad as Hitler!” charge — is especially ironic, considering the subject that prompted these responses: public education. Specifically, my belief that government education is an unmitigated disaster, and can only be remedied by more and more families deciding to remove government from the equation and educate their children themselves. That last emailer is, predictably, a proud product of public school. But you already knew that, in light of his hilarious…

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Free Homeschool Science Lesson for Pre K – Grade 1 : Plants

I am a first year homeschooling mother and today I have ran into another first on this homeschooling journey. I am sick. I have lost my voice and cannot speak above a raspy whisper. What to do when calling a substitute teacher is not an option? Well, like most home educating mothers these day.. off to the internet I went. I put together a fun science lesson for my little girl about plants. These activities cover the parts of a plant, how a plant makes its food, and the stages of plant growth. These activities also will strengthen reading, writing, and critical thinking skills.  She learned all of this while having a good time and I didn’t have to talk that much.

We watched, The Magic School Bus Gets Planted on Netflix. If you do not have Netflix, here is a link to the full episode on YouTube:


Also, here is a link to a worksheet that older children can complete while watching the Magic School Bus episode. My daughter wasn’t able to answer all of them but she got a lot of them.


Then I printed these worksheets out for her to complete:

Stages of a bean sprout worksheet:


parts of a plant worksheet:


She then played this online video game on how to make a plant grow. This game may be a little too difficult to play for a preschooler. (also, there is a quiz button at the end of the game with age appropriate questions) :


I don’t know if your child is like mine when it comes to making books, but my daughter is crazy about making booklets; she loves them! Here is a bean booklet from Enchanted Learning that is perfect for this lesson. The only down side to this is that you must pay for a membership to Enchanted Learning to access it. So, to give you an idea of what the booklet is like I used the handy snipping tool on my computer to make pictures of the book and save it to my computer so that I could show you (I first had to right click on the snipped image and press copy and then paste it to word so that I could edit the picture to make it fit on here…If you are a home educating mom who doesn’t know about the snipping tool.. you should get to know it! the snipping tool on my computer is my best friend!)

bean booklet for early readers: http://members.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/plants/books/sproutingbean/

Bean Booklet Cover Page:


bean book 1


Page One:

bean book 2

Page Two:

bean book 3


Page Three:


bean book 4


Page Four:


bean book 5


Page Five:


bean book 6

We also used this opportunity to pull weeds during outside time so that we could look at the roots.🙂

Alright! There ya go. I hope your kiddos have as much fun as mine did doing this..and psssst, mom – why don’t you go make yourself a cup of coffee?