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Hillsdale free video series on The Great Reset

In 2020, members of the world’s elite met at the World Economic Forum and launched the Great Reset initiative to transform the world economy.  Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive director of the Forum, wrote, “Every country, from the United States to China, must participate, and every industry, from oil and gas to tech, must [&hellip

Rockford Lutheran Schools Handouts

Here are handouts for the Greater Rockford Area Lutheran School Workshop

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Belief in Bible as literal Word of God declining

Gallup’s new poll revealed “a declining proportion of the overall American population — now 20% — believes the Bible is literally true, word for word. About half believe that the Bible is the inspired word of God, but not everything in it should be taken literally, while almost three in 10 say the Bible is [&hellip

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Religion, culture, and politics

Clinical psychologist and American Thinker contributor Dr. Deborah Tyler wrote a powerful piece explaining the relationship of religion, culture, and politics. Tyler explains, Religion provides answers for the questions of whence and whither and why to control the self on behalf of society.  Religious belief in the significance of life and unchanging truth inspires a search [&hellip

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2022 National Youth Gathering

Here is the outline for “The ABC’s of Defending Your Faith.” https://bradallesprod.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/ABCs-of-Defending-Your-Faith.pdf

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Nehemiah completes the wall

Nehemiah was a cupbearer to the Persian King Artaxerxes who was motivated to return to his homeland of Judah to rebuild the city walls of Jerusalem that had been destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar and the Babylonians. Nehemiah’s leadership is marked by his dependence on God in his prayers and his reliance on godly wisdom as found [&hellip

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Nehemiah leads by example & helps the poor

Nehemiah’s leadership in the rebuilding of Jerusalem’s walls is noteworthy due to his reliance on prayer and his wisdom in decision-making. Despite facing external threats of terrorism and internal issues with his own people, Nehemiah navigated the difficult circumstances with divine assistance. He also led by example in helping the needy members of the community [&hellip

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Internal problems for Nehemiah

As Nehemiah led the people of Judah to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem, he faced external threats from enemies outside their border. But he also faced internal issues as well. Nehemiah 4:10-12 lists the people’s discouragement stemmed from weakness, willingness, and worries: “Meanwhile, the people in Judah said, ‘The strength of the laborers is giving [&hellip

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External threats to Nehemiah

As Nehemiah began construction of the walls of Jerusalem, he faced slander, threats, and terrorist plots. Even in the face of these external threats, Nehemiah responded with prayer and wisdom. One enemy of the Jews, Sanballat, said, “’What are those feeble Jews doing? Will they restore their wall? Will they offer sacrifices? Will they finish [&hellip

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Nehemiah’s response to verbal attacks

Nehemiah’s leadership in the rebuilding of Jerusalem’s walls is noteworthy due to his reliance on prayer and his wisdom in decision-making. After he inspected the destroyed walls, Nehemiah informed the people of his intent and encouraged them with news of King Artxerxes’ approval and the Lord’s blessing. But as soon as the plan been made [&hellip

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