...about Labor Party Policy?
Channel 10 opened their news broadcast this morning with this story. They are using our digital photos for the evening news nationwide tonight. Also, I am on ABC drive time radio this afternoon at 5:10, the Mike Welsh show.
Following the recent exposure in the media concerning the horrific sexual violence in the Northern Territory, Jack has been invited to Canberra to present to political, church and community leaders the latest data exposing the proven danger of pornography.
Catch up with Jack at onew of the many community events where he is speaking.
This may be our biggest and most significant victory ever! We would never have been able to see this day without the tenacity of our members!
...please help the women, children and families of Australia by honouring your word and placing the same simple restrictions on X Rated material in the territories as already exist in each and every state.
Millions are being spent by KFC/Pizza Hut, 3Mobile and Starburst (a division of the US giantMars food conglomerate) to sponsor Channel 10's Big Brother program.
The Senate Community Affairs Committee is inviting written submissions relating to the Bill which would legalise the abortion pill RU486 in Australia.
The US Center for World Missions found that 70 years after Jesus' earthly ministry there was 1 Christian believer for every 360 unbelievers.
By 1000 AD the ratio was 1:220;
by 1900 it was 1:27
and by 1990 (latest stats available), 1:7.
Perhaps the Beatles aren't more popular than Jesus after all?
The fact that so many of the fully sanctioned marriages in recent years have turned out to be too casual and thin-blooded to hold out for very long against the trials of real life is nothing to the point.
The finding against two Catch the Fire pastors is a deeply disturbing glimpse into Victoria's politically correct future.
22 Dec 2004
HOW odd that a Christian pastor has been found guilty of vilifying Islam after quoting the Koran.
Catch The Fire Ministries and co-respondents Pastors Danny Nalliah and Daniel Scot were found to have breached Section 8 of the Religious and Racial Tolerance Act 2001.