Country Music represents the heartland of America, the best of what is left. That's why Kacey Musgraves is so important to the dissolution of faith and family in this country.
Her pro-homosexual, pro-drugs "Follow Your Arrow" hit song landed her the Country Music Album of the Year at the CMA Awards, the ACM Awards, AND the Grammies this year. We trace the gradual norming of fornication, adultery, and homosexuality through the history of country music on April 10th's broadcast of the Generations program.
The new school year begins with a string of excited announcements concerning Race-to-the-Top Education Reforms. But almost everybody is pretty burned out on School Reforms. The only problem with School Reforms is that they don’t work....[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Until the 1970’s, evangelicalism separated faith and works and everybody lived in Faithtown, more or less. But many grew tired of living in Faithtown, especially since it appeared that living in Faithtown led to all of those “Carnal...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Today’s program deals with the sticky issue of Origins. As a leader in the Christian Home Education movement who has spent many a luncheon discussing this issue with those who disagree, I think this one may be the most controversial issue...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
A couple of the boys from the Shepherd Center joined me on a service project down in Kiowa this morning. Several weeks ago, we posted a series of signs around the county announcing our volunteer force, available to help elderly, shut-ins,...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
The men from the Shepherd’s Center enjoyed a day of whitewater rafting in the beautiful Royal Gorge in Canon City, Colorado. For those who are interested in going rafting, canoeing, hiking, rock climbing, or fishing in Colorado, we suggest...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
The Generations ministry enjoyed working with the Christian Heritage conference in the Seattle area over the weekend. A record-breaking crowd of 2700+ filled the church building, tuning into keynote sessions from Ken Ham and Kevin Swanson.
It seems that church government likes to migrate towards centralized Episcopalian forms headed by popes, or decentralized fiefdoms headed by smaller popes (smaller hierarchies found in many Independent congregations or self-consciously...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
For those of you who missed the Family Economics Conference back in March or didn't get an opportunity to pick up the set of 10 DVDs, I wanted to share this full-length DVD with you, right here on my blog. This is the first talk in the set, and is...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
If anything characterizes the last few remnants of faith in the west, it would be a search for authenticity. Nineteenth century Romanticism was just another attempt to escape reality, and post-modernism finally gave up on reality. Modernism in...[ abbreviated | read entire ]