Reading Time: 7 minutes Using moral discernment when investing money is not new; it can be traced to Jewish moral responsibility under the Torah more than 1,000 years before Christ. Christian leaders such as Martin Luther and John Wesley also urged congregants to invest morally. During the 20th Century, the concept was embraced by various causes, from environmentalism to ending apartheid in South Africa.
Art Ally, founder of the Timothy Plan and pioneer of Biblically Responsible Investing, has a pretty incredible story that few people know about. I’m his daughter, and I’d like to share it with you.
King David is the writer of this Psalm, which was literally designed to be sung in the context of “public worship”. Those who would sing this song in public worship knew that this song was birthed out of a difficult experience for David – for the writer of this Psalm knew trouble. The writer of this Psalm knew great trails and great tribulation. But his response to what he has gone through is, “I waited patiently for the Lord”. Read More
When it comes to the media’s reporting on the life issue, you have to search between the lines.
A case in point: On September 6, 2018, The Hill, which is a Capitol Hill newspaper, headlined a story this way: “Hill.TV poll: Most Americans support limited abortion rights.” Read More
To the folks at a Jerusalem-based Christian ministry, Jesus Christ is Yeshua, the prophesied Messiah of Israel.
Founded in 2000 by Moran Rosenblit, an Israeli Army veteran who had moved to California to make a new start in life and now lives in Israel, Hope for Israel (HFI) has grown into a multi-level ministry offering Biblical teaching, Gospel outreach, material aid to needy Jews and Arabs alike, and a wealth of information about modern Israel. Plus, they do a wonderful job correcting much of the “fake news” about Israel. Read More
So Little Time, So Much Magic
KISSIMMEE, FL — Not far from Disney World, there’s a magical place where children with life-threatening illnesses can go into a cookie shop and walk out with delicious treats, or another shop where they can eat ice cream sundaes without limit.