Parental Rights Take Center Stage in Midterms

In recent days, a Vermont high school soccer coach and parent was fired for using male pronouns in reference to a biologically male trans-identifying student who watched his daughter change in the girls’ locker room, and a Pennsylvania school was found to be instructing teachers to hide the preferred names and pronouns of trans-identifying students from their parents. The incidents are the latest in an escalating clash between school administrators and parents over the transgender issue that is spilling into the voting booth.

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Nicholas Order of Silver Crescent

Chuck and Gail Nicholas, longtime Bob Jones Academy speech and debate coaches, were honored with the Order of the Silver Crescent at the 36th annual BJA Speech and Debate Tournament Saturday, Oct. 15. State Senator Daniel Verdin, 1982 BJA graduate, presented the honors at the conclusion of the tournament. 

The Order of the Silver Crescent is “the State of South Carolina's most prestigious service award. It was specifically established to recognize a remarkable single achievement or action of an individual's community service and volunteerism on the local level." 

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Todays Education Socialized All the Way to Socialism

Brainwashing, grooming, Marxist revisionist history, adulation of communist ideals – what does today’s education in the US have in common with the educational system in Soviet era Romania? Plenty.

Ileana Johnson joins Kathleen for her second interview, and shares how the breakdown of the United States is being facilitated right from within our educational system.

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BJU U Educational Street Fair

Bob Jones University invites the community to its annual U.Day Saturday, Oct. 8, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on front campus.

“With nearly 60 booths and several shows, this year’s event will be better than ever,” said BJU President Steve Pettit. “U.Day is one of the highlights of Homecoming weekend. Our faculty and staff collaborate to introduce exciting new activities each year.”

U.Day, short for University Day, features a fun, educational street fair including dozens of interactive booths sponsored by a variety of BJU’s academic programs as well as the Museum & Gallery and Answers in Genesis.

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Video Exposing Pornography in Schools is Banned from Youtube

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Capitol Resource Institute (CRI) recently uncovered a book, titled Trans+, that is available in school libraries across the country. In an effort to unveil the agenda that this book represents, CRI simply opened the cover and recorded the contents.

The mere depiction of the words and graphics is so sexually explicit that the video elicited an immediate ban on YouTube!

Below is that YouTube video CRI created to show parents exactly what their children are being exposed to at school.

We share this video with the warning that it contains obscenity and pornographic images, but we believe it is vitally important for parents to truly understand what the public school system is trying to do to our children.

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Left to right - Dr. Larry McDonald, Associate Provost of Graduate Programs and Dean of North Greenville’s Tim Brashier School of Graduate Studies; NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr; North Greenville Head Baseball Coach Landon Powell; City of Greer Mayor Rick Danner.
Left to right - Dr. Larry McDonald, Associate Provost of Graduate Programs and Dean of North Greenville’s Tim Brashier School of Graduate Studies; NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant, Jr; North Greenville Head Baseball Coach Landon Powell; City of Greer Mayor Rick Danner.

The City of Greer recognized North Greenville University’s 2022 NCAA Division II baseball national championship with congratulatory signage at the corner of Poinsett Street and Highway 29, and at the university’s Tim Brashier Campus at 405 Lancaster Avenue in Greer.

NGU President Dr. Gene C. Fant Jr. expressed his appreciation, emphasizing the importance of North Greenville’s continued relationship with the City of Greer and the surrounding communities.

“NGU’s Tim Brashier Campus in Greer continues to grow in large part because of the vision and energy demonstrated by the city’s leaders, including Mayor Rick Danner,” President Fant said. “We are grateful for our partnership in so many efforts to improve the quality of life in this hub of the Upstate, as we continue to equip transformational leaders for this region.”

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Fireworks at Greek Games

Bob Jones University will host a 15-minute fireworks display Saturday, October 8, in Alumni Stadium at approximately 9 p.m. as part of its Homecoming Weekend celebration. Fireworks will begin following the men’s soccer match against Regent University.

Members of the public are invited to attend the fireworks show.

Local residents are asked to take precautions for pets and individuals with sensitivity issues during the event.

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