The Road to Edmond Falsely Promoted as a Christian Film

Director lacks major spiritual discernment in making movie

Is The Road to Edmond a wholesome Christian film as it claims? Or is it major propaganda, meant to mislead the next generation?

from contributing writer Analia Anderson

Recently, I brought two of my pastors to the screening of the so-called “Christian” film, The Road to Edmond that I saw advertised on Facebook. I really wrestled with writing this review because I always support my fellow Christian filmmakers, no matter what level of quality or stage they’re in… but this was an anti-christ film and work of the devil.

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How to be a Godly Example in Your Child’s Life

Excellent fathering tips from the Benham Brothers

The Benham Brothers’ new book, Miracle in Shreveport, gives fathers the tools they need to be a Godly example in their home and how to equip their children to pursue their dreams, with Christ as the center.

Have you ever wondered how much you impact others? I often find myself wondering this very thing. If I am living for Christ, does anyone really notice? Will anyone really care if I am not filled with joy today?

Believe it or not, someone is always watching us. There is always someone we can impact. Now whether that impact is positive or negative is totally up to you. If you are blessed with children, they are some of the first people that will pick up on your actions. My mom would always joke around, “Why do you follow my mistakes? Make your own!” While this may seem silly, it could not be more true. Children watch their parents and they emulate what they see.

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Attend the PULSE Movement Sweeping Across the States!

Equipping Parents and Teens on how to boldly share Christ with others

Want to know more about Jesus or deepen your faith? Don’t miss the Pulse Movement coming to the Twin Cities, May 18th at the U.S. Bank Stadium and again in Dallas, Texas at the Texas Motor Speedway on Oct 20-21, 2018. Every event is free and geared towards equipping teens and parents on how to share their faith with others.

This past February, U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN was packed to the brim with football fans eager to see the the New England Patriots duke it out against the Philadelphia Eagles for Super Bowl 52. Come May 18, this same space will yet again be packed for another event, one just as exciting and even more uplifting and important than the Super Bowl: a “night of music and a message of hope” aimed to change lives by bringing young people closer to Jesus!

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Facebook Censorship of Christians MUST STOP! Lawsuit underway!

Hollywood Insider: Ep 26

Facebook is censoring Christians and it’s time we nip that in the butt!

I never thought I’d see the day when our country would come to a place where we were not allowed to share our views, thoughts, beliefs and opinions. This is a wake up call for all Americans! Our freedom of speech is disappearing before our eyes. If we don’t fight for our rights, our children will greatly suffer. There are so many areas where our freedom of speech is being stripped, but the biggest place where it’s happening the most is good ol’ Facebook.

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Is This Raunchy Book – The Handmaid’s Tale – Recommended Reading at Your Child’s School?

Hollywood Insider: Ep 25

Porn filled books like The Handmaid’s Tale are now recommended reading for high school students. Find out what your child is reading for class!

the handmaid's tale

Several weeks ago Carla D’addesi’s friend made an urgent stop to her house one afternoon to read some lines from a book called The Handmaid’s Tale. Both moms were floored that this book was on their children’s recommended reading list at school. After her friend read several passages which were filled with pornography, threesomes and violence too horrific to write in this blog, they both shed some tears and then Carla did what she does best – she took action! She gathered several other parents and headed to a school board meeting to express their concern.

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