September 2010
Sexual tsunami
How crazy is the school committee in Provincetown, Massachusetts? Crazy enough to institute a policy whereby condoms could be distributed to all students … ? [more]
Christians connect
Christian apologetics and the Beach Boys – now there are two things rarely heard in the same sentence. However, to Alex McFarland, these seemingly disparate subjects have something profound in common … [more]
A time to bless
We all know the childish rhyme, “Johnny and Janie, sittin' in a tree … First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes Janie with a baby carriage.” But then come the grandparents! [more]

Homemade ministry recipes
During a weekly church service, a member of Hope Church in Atoka, Tennessee, was boasting about his chili making skills. The pastor, Byron James, took the boasting as a personal challenge as chili cooking wasa source of family pride for him. [more]
NEWS FEATURES COLUMNS

AFA launches boycott of Home Depot [more]

PayPal restricts donations to Islam critics [more]

iPhone children's Bible popularity explodes [more]

NYT deems 'best friends' dangerous for children [more]

Schools oust Bible, prompt lawsuit [more]

Sex ed program sparks 'grizzly' effect [more]

New kids' DVD series teaches moral values [more]

Obama abortion exec order called 'worthless' [more]

Google gives tax help to homosexual couples [more]

Tax dollars fund abortion [more]

Americans split over morality of euthanasia [more]

Thomas More Society helps win justice in infant homicide case [more]

Appeals court rules broadcast indecency law unconstitutional [more]

Abercrombie and Fitch re-launch porn magalog [more]

Class told to stop praying at Supreme Court [more]

Prayer focus upcoming [more]

YouTube channel launched to fight porn [more]

Equal Access
ACLU propaganda and bullying after the Supreme Court’s school prayer cases have resulted in many public schools denying Christian groups access to students or use of school facilities. [more]

Campus group victim of court’s political correctness
The rule of law is an age-old concept that simply requires the courts to apply impartially the law to the facts of a dispute. In recent years liberal activist judges have undermined the rule of law by making up their own laws. [more]

Safe home Alabama
"My husband was killed in 1990," said Shea Lowery, director of Quinn's Ranch in Red Bay, Alabama. "I was a stay-at-home mom with two children. After he died, God began to call me into full-time ministry. [more]

Rooster attacks Wildmon
By Randall Murphree, AFA Journal editor
For almost three decades now, my life has been enriched by a growing and fruitful friendship with three generations of Mississippi Wildmons. [more]

Drama on the high seas
By Tim Wildmon, AFA President
If you are looking for spiritual depth by reading this column, read no further. But if you want a funny story, please read on. [more]

Financial issues
By Dan Celia, host of Financial Issues on American Family Radio.
Q: What would a total collapse of the economy look like, and what can we do to protect ourselves? [more]