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  • America on the brink of Chaos and utter lawlessness

    Watching Prophecy of Jesus, Paul, and John unfold in our country

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  • The Criminalization of Christianity

    Is this just the beginning?

    Why we stand with Kim Davis
  • Shemitah Cycle coming to a close September 13th, 2015

    Will Wall Street crash..again?

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  • Diplomacy..or Biblical Prophecy?

    Why we think Obama has betrayed Israel

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  • Possible Sniper attacks on I69/I94

    Be wise as Serpents and gentle as doves in these last days

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America on the brink…

Pastor Cruz: ‘We Are on The Brink of The Destruction of This Country’ By Michael W. Chapman Evangelical


The Authority of Government from Fire Of The Holy Ghost on Vimeo.

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Sunday 10:00 am Sunday School 11:00 am / 6:00 pm Service
Wednesday 6:00 pm

Middle East News Updated Daily Below

After the UK Bolts EU: France, Italy and the Netherlands Want Their Own Referendums
In shock vote, Britain votes to leave the European Union
White House Admits Uranium at Iranian Facility Probably Tied to Weapons
Russia Seen Putting New Nuclear-Capable Missiles Along NATO Border By 2019
Brexit polls split as Britain prepares to vote in EU referendum
Accompanied by Migrants, Pope Francis Says ‘a Christian Lets Everybody Come’
With two days to go, Britain's EU referendum vote will determine the future of Europe
U.S. to Russia: 'Strong concerns' about bombing of American-trained Syria rebels
Syria memo shakes up Washington but unlikely to shift policy
U.S. Third Fleet expands East Asia role as tensions rise with China

World Headline News Below

After the UK Bolts EU: France, Italy and the Netherlands Want Their Own Referendums
Voters in France, Italy and the Netherlands are demanding their own votes on European Union membership and the euro, as the continent faces a “contagion” of referendums.
In shock vote, Britain votes to leave the European Union
The voters of the United Kingdom spoke Thursday and, to the surprise of pundits and their elected officials, declared that they want out of the European Union.
White House Admits Uranium at Iranian Facility Probably Tied to Weapons
Traces of man-made uranium were found at the Parchin facility, southeast of Tehran, by investigators from the International Atomic Energy Agency, the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog, as part of an investigation tied to the landmark nuclear deal reached last July between Iran and global powers.
Russia Seen Putting New Nuclear-Capable Missiles Along NATO Border By 2019
Russia is likely to deploy advanced nuclear-capable missiles in its European exclave of Kaliningrad by 2019, casting the move as a reply to a US-backed missile shield, and may one day put them in Crimea too, sources close to its military predict.
Brexit polls split as Britain prepares to vote in EU referendum
Britons are preparing to head to the polls Thursday to decide whether the country will remain in the European Union, a decision advance surveys indicate is not a foregone conclusion.
Accompanied by Migrants, Pope Francis Says ‘a Christian Lets Everybody Come’
In a striking gesture Wednesday, Pope Francis invited fourteen African migrants to join him on the steps of St. Peter’s Basilica, urging Europe to open its doors to more refugees.
With two days to go, Britain's EU referendum vote will determine the future of Europe
Opinion polls on Tuesday suggested growing support amongst Britons for staying in the European Union but the vote in two days time which will have far-reaching consequences for Britain and Europe remains on a knife edge.
U.S. to Russia: 'Strong concerns' about bombing of American-trained Syria rebels
U.S. military officials conducted a video conference Saturday with their Russian counterparts, telling them about "strong concerns" about the bombing Thursday of American-trained Syrian rebels.
Syria memo shakes up Washington but unlikely to shift policy
State Department officials shook up America’s generally obedient diplomatic establishment this week with an internal memo urging U.S. military action against Syria’s government with the goal of pressing President Bashar Assad to accept a cease-fire and gaining the upper hand on him in future talks on a political transition.
U.S. Third Fleet expands East Asia role as tensions rise with China
The U.S. Navy's Third Fleet will send more ships to East Asia to operate outside its normal theater alongside the Japan-based Seventh Fleet, a U.S. official said on Tuesday, a move that comes at a time of heightened tensions with China.