- - Friday, February 5, 2016

(1) Utah Lawmaker says pornography is a public health crisis (AP)

Sen. Todd Weiler, a Mormon, contends that children are being exposed to pornography at an earlier age and that viewing the images and videos lead to relationship problems.

Defenders of pornography say critics are spouting hyperbole.


(2) A poll taken by LifeWay Research asked folks, “Does God Decide, Care Who Wins the Super Bowl?


(3) Texas Governor Greg Abbott facebooked “Everything is bigger in Texas,” regarding this: America’s largest cross begins construction in Corpus Christi, Texas

The Corpus Christi Cross Project has been working for three years to make the cross a reality. On Sunday afternoon the project broke ground on a site off Interstate 37 in Northwest Corpus Christi, on the Abundant Life Fellowship campus.
Various Corpus dignitaries were at the groundbreaking ceremony. A message from Governor Greg Abbott in support of the cross was read by Representative Todd Hunter.

Eventually there will be a 210 feet tall (about 19 stories) cross on that plot of land for all to see. It will be visible to planes flying into Corpus Christi International Airport and be able to seen five miles away by land and double that by air.


(4) Franklin Graham praises Mike Huckabee as a ‘man of integrity’ as GOP bet quits race

Franklin writes on his Facebook page. “I’ve always thought highly of Governor Huckabee – he’s a man of integrity with strong moral character. I hope he will continue to speak into the political process of this nation and keep working to make a difference for the future of America. Thanks Governor Huckabee!”


(5) Biblical Qualifications for Political Leadership, by BreakPoint

A sampling:

  1. reverence for God
  2. wisdom
  3. fidelity
  4. honesty
  5. shunning greed and power-hunger…

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