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The Future of America with Nena Arias


Celebrating Women the Right Way Part 4

Friday, March 16, 2018

Nena Arias

Modern culture presents the argument that we should “be comfortable with our bodies,” so at universities, advertising companies, and the like they have urged women in the last half century to “let it all hang out.” In order for society, and especially Christians within a secular and hostile society, to return to modesty we must be willing to look a little different in our actions and appearances.


Celebrating Women the Right Way Part 3 - Thursday, March 15, 2018

The sexual revolution hasn’t been very good for either women or men because it has been used out of context. Something that God created to be a beautiful thing has been abused. The past thirty years have demanded manhood of women and has lessened manhood among men. Women need to truly be women again.

Celebrating Women the Right Way Part 2 - Wednesday, March 14, 2018

People live in terms of what they believe. The religion in America today is: Hedonistic in nature, it’s individualism. Jean-Jacques Rousseau believed that when looking for life’s rules of conduct, he found them, quote, “In the depths of my heart, traced by nature in characters which nothing can efface. I need only consult myself with regard to what I wish to do. What I feel to be good is good. What I feel to be bad is bad.” Does that sound familiar in the way many people live today?

Celebrating Women the Right Way Part 1 - Tuesday, March 13, 2018

The month of March has been declared National Women’s History Month, so it seemed very appropriate to me to deal with this subject in a radio series since it is in many people’s minds these days that women’s marches have been reported on the news. It is important from the beginning to establish the premise to arrive at truth, which is an absolute concept. Truth only has one source.

The Origins of Poverty and Biblical Solutions Part 5 - Monday, March 12, 2018

Helping the poor can be a challenge since the causes of a person’s poverty can be rooted in sin. There are moral failures that lead to poverty. Is the person’s poverty voluntary or involuntary? We must learn to distinguish which is which so we do not become enablers, but with love and compassion show the way out.

The Origins of Poverty and Biblical Solutions Part 4 - Friday, March 9, 2018

Who should know best how a design works and what it is capable of, the designer or the ignorant user? Exactly! Civil government, if not kept in check, grows to be too powerful over the people and robs the people of the wealth that rightfully belongs to them. In many ways, the governments keep people poor. "When a man's ways please the Lord, he makes even his enemies to be at peace with him," Proverbs 16:7.

The Origins of Poverty and Biblical Solutions Part 3 - Thursday, March 8, 2018

In recent decades, as many Christians in America have sensed the downward spiral we are on as a nation, many have started to quote and pray 2 Chronicles 7:14. The praying and repentance part has been done many times over, but the important part that is still missing in a large percentage is the turning from our wicked ways and that has got to start happening. God has set the standards for turning any nation around. We must start with those closest to us.

The Origins of Poverty and Biblical Solutions Part 2 - Wednesday, March 7, 2018

In our previous program we took a look at how poverty looks like around the world. Now, let us take a look at what poverty looks like in America. America spends more per person on social welfare than Europe does and poverty is still an issue. When we love others as we love ourselves there is much we can do to help alleviate human suffering.

The Origins of Poverty and Biblical Solutions Part 1 - Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Did you know that 1 in 5 people in the world is considered to be living in extreme poverty? How do God and the Bible view being poor or impoverished? Is being poor only a material condition or is there a spiritual side to it? We will answer this and many more questions in our quest to understand the poverty problem here and around the world.

Colliding Worldviews Part 5 - Monday, March 5, 2018

Our mind is always perceiving and processing information. If our thoughts are not being filtered through God’s Word and his value system, other influences will impact our thought life and it’s just a matter of time before our worldview morphs into something ungodly. If we want to have a worldview that is like Christ’s and be faithful in it, we must do the same and submit our will in all things.

Lectionary Calendar
Sunday, March 18th, 2018
the Fifth Sunday of Lent
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