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VOLUME 14  |  NUMBER 7  |JULY 2004  |  ONLINE EDITION   |  (314) 965-5757

National Coalition to Restore the Constitution Petition



The Great Commission

Over Coffee

Our Heritage

Our Policy Statement




Eagle Forum
(Phyllis Schlafly)

Concerned Women for America

Truths That Transform
(Dr. D James Kennedy)

National Coalition to Restore the Constitution

For Faith and Family

American Family Association

Christian Coalition Worldwide


Answers in Genesis

Institute For Creation Research


Small Victories

National Right To Life

The Ultimate Pro-Life
Resource List

Missouri Right To Life


        (David Barton)

American Minute
(Bill Federer)

John Ankerberg

World Information Center


Insight For Living
(Chuck Swindoll)

Grace To You
(John MacArthur)

In Touch Ministries
(Dr. Charles Stanley)

Renewing Your Mind
(R.C. Sproul)

Turning Point
(David Jeremiah)


Voice of the Martyrs


The Christian Defense
(A Christian Chat forum
discussion, questions and answer)


Jews For Jesus


Mission Gate

Prison Fellowship Ministries


Pure Heart Ministries


Desert Stream Ministries

First Stone Ministries

Testimonies of Freedom from Homosexuality

WWW Ex-Gay Internet Links

Homosexuality Ministry Links


Marriage Protection Amendment Forced to Go on August Ballot
Church Needs to Rally to Protect Marriage as Ordained by God

Commentary by Jim Day, St. Louis MetroVoice

   Governor Bob Holden, along with Attorney General Jay Nixon and six of the seven Missouri Supreme Court Justices, have pulled a fast one by forcing Missouri’s Secretary of State, Matt Blunt, to place one of the most critical changes to Missouri’s Constitution in decades on the August 3rd Primary ballot. The good news is that the proposed change (a constitutional amendment) strengthens Missouri’s ban on same-sex marriages by inserting into Section A, Article 1 of our state's constitution the words That to be valid and recognized in this state,

Governor Bob Holden and
Attorney General Jay Nixon
a marriage shall exist only between a man and a woman.” The bad news is that Holden, Nixon, their buddies on the Supreme Court and their homosexual supporters are counting on a small voter turnout for the August Primaries to defeat the proposed amendment.

August v. November Elections
  So, what difference does it make which election -- the August 3rd Primary or November 2nd General – has the amendment on the ballot? There are over 1.5 million reasons why it makes a difference! According to Kerry Messer of Missouri Family Network, during the 2000 election cycle over 1.5 million Missourians did not vote in the August Primary elections.

Go to article.

MBC Launches State Campaign to Stop Branson Casino on Aug 3rd Ballot
By Allen Palmeri, MBC Staff Writer

    The Missouri Baptist Convention (MBC) has launched a campaign to defeat an August 3rd ballot initiative seeking to place a casino in family-oriented Branson, MO. Dubbed the ‘No Mo. Gambling’ campaign, it’s designed to educate Missourians on the hazards of gambling while encouraging churches to get actively involved in registering voters and getting them to the polls on August 3rd, said MBC Executive Director David Clippard. “If every Missouri Baptist will influence four friends, we can defeat this initiative,” Clippard said.

   Rockaway Beach, located about 10 miles from Branson, is the object of the ballot question going before the voters: “Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to authorize floating

gambling facilities on or adjacent to the White River in Rockaway Beach, Missouri, to be licensed and regulated consistent with all other floating facilities in the state of Missouri, with 50 percent of the state revenues generated in the current year to be used for uniform salary supplement grants to all high quality teachers employed in priority schools, and the remaining state revenues generated in the current year to be distributed to all priority school districts on a per pupil basis for capital improvements to education facilities?”

Go to article.




What Gay Marriage Really Means for America

Women of Faith Conference Set for July 23rd

PRC's John McCastle Called to Serve as President of Alliance For Life - MO

4th of July - A Time to Remember

Read and Remember

The Fall...A Curse or a Blessing?

A God Thing

What Do You Say to a Man in a Crisis Pregnancy Situation?

Whose Belief System Shall Govern Us?

Salt & Light, The Great Commission & Who's Responsible for Educating Your Children

9th Circuit Court Rules War Memorial Cross Unconstitutional



















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