SUPREME COURT RULING
DISGRACE IN THE UK
YOUR CALLING (FIRST FRUITS – PT 2)
North Korea & USA MEETING IN SINGAPORE
This week’s “News, Nuggets, and Insights” touches on quite a few
subjects to keep on the radar. Israel is on alert once again as the
Palestinians threaten to heighten their protest at the border. The 51st
Anniversary of The Sixth Day War is approaching and they are not letting it
go by unnoticed! The meeting between North Korea and the United States will
officially take place in Singapore on June 12th. Will this bring a beginning
to disarmament of nuclear weapons by North Korea? These and other events
will be closely watched and covered in future programs.
“As goes California, goes the nation,” so the saying goes. Well,
California plans to regulate water usage with a tough law. Will Californians
be counting how many times they flush their toilets? Find out what’s behind
this radical regulation to be enacted soon and the insane reason why.
After six long years, the baker in Colorado has finally won his case
against a homosexual couple that tried to force him to make a cake for their
wedding. The highest court in the land has ruled in favor of the baker, but
what does this mean for Christians in the future? We also reveal very
dishonest media reports concerning the outcome.
An insidious network of crime is taking hold of Great Britain. Reporters
are threatened with jail time if they disclose the facts of what is called
“gang grooming.” “News, Nuggets, and Insights” reports on what
exactly this is and the people behind it. Join us as we explain the shame in
Great Britain that many are fighting to expose.
This week we continue our study of the “Firstfruits” and our calling. Join
us as Tom Kerry uses God’s Word to explain how special this calling is and
how it all ties in with God’s beautiful and merciful plan.
FLEMINGTON, NJ CONGREGATION TO HOLD
SPECIAL WORSHIP SABBATH JUNE 9TH
The brethren in Flemington, New Jersey will be holding a special
“Worship” Sabbath which will include a potluck after services. Singers and
instrumentalists are coming from surrounding areas to present their songs in
honor of the Father and the Son. There will also be congregational singing,
a message and a potluck after services. For information contact: Mark
Rusinko at: 609 585 0475 (Home) or 609 508 0572 (Cell) or email him at:
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