Long Live The PresidentWASHINGTON -- Government and church leaders and people of faith will convene on Saturday January 23, 2021 for the eighth "Presidential Inaugural Prayer Breakfast" in the heart of America, Washington, DC. Hostess, Rev. Merrie Turner stated, "the LORD is shouldering the Nation and the Government is upon His shoulder, according to Isaiah 9:6.  It's always an honor to pray for the 'Office of the Presidency' and for mercy, healing and revival of the Nation. We are grateful for the recovery of President Trump and the First Family and protection of the Whitehouse Cabinet."

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Most Pro Life President Ever

President Trump is the Most Pro-Life President Ever!

We’ve said it before, and we will say it again: Trump is the most pro-life President ever! Yet again, the President and his Administration proved their dedication for the preborn through the signing of the Geneva Consensus Declaration. This past week, the United States joined 31 other countries in ensuring that there is no “international right to abortion.”

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WASHINGTON -- In an opinion piece for the Christian Post, Mr. Biden states: "My Catholic faith drilled into me a core truth – that every person on earth is equal in rights and dignity, because we are all beloved children of God. We are all created 'imago Dei' – beautifully, uniquely, in the image of God, with inherent worth. It is the same creed that is at the core of our American experiment and written into our founding documents – that we are all created equal and endowed by our creator with inalienable rights."

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Just Say Something is doing things a bit differently this fall! We would normally be having our Bucks for Shucks Oyster Roast fundraiser, but safety is our top priority for our donors and staff, so earlier this year we made the decision to postpone it until 2021. However, we still need your support, now more than ever. In an effort to continue to raise funds to help support our work in the community, we will be throwing a Virtual Holiday Bazaar!

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Bob Jones University President Steve Pettit announced in-person classes for second semester will begin Wednesday, January 13, 2021, and commencement for the Class of 2021 will be held May 7, 2021.

In lieu of spring break, students will receive five days of rest throughout the semester. In addition to the days of rest, the University will commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, January 18, and observe its annual Bible Conference Tuesday, February 16 through Friday, February 19.

“I’m thankful for a successful in-person first semester at BJU,” said Pettit. “I look forward to welcoming students back to campus in January 2021 for in-person classes and what I trust will be a more robust student experience as we continue to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 virus.”

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Eugene Delgaudio

WASHINGTON -- Eugene Delgaudio (pictured above), president of Public Advocate of the United States, Inc. formally submitted a legal complaint with evidence to the Federal Elections Commission yesterday, October 27, 2020, against Twitter, Inc. and CEO Jack Dorsey.

Delgaudio is also asking the United Nation's General Secretary António Guterres to use his mandate powers to send observers from member nations Estonia (Singing Revolution), Montenegro (recent fair election) and South Africa to Twitter Corporate Headquarters in San Francisco to observe election interference funded by non-American sources.

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NGU Spring 2021 print

Tigerville, SC - North Greenville University (NGU) affirmed its plan to bring students back to campus for the Spring 2021 semester, based upon a recommendation from the COVID-19 Response Team to the Senior Leadership Council. While contingency plans will be in place in case it becomes necessary to modify the calendar, the University hopes to begin and end the semester as previously announced.

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