2019 FUTURE OF CHRISTENDOM CONFERENCE: Advancing the Kingdom Through Enterprise

October 18-20, 2019 Lancaster Convention Center, Lancaster, PA



God, in His love, mercy, and infinite wisdom has not only provided the means of forgiveness through His Son Jesus Christ, but has also provided, in the Old and New Testaments, all necessary directions and instructions for a just, happy, and productive society. Read more


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    Busting a Deadly Myth

    It's time to put an end to a popular myth: "you can't return to the days of Ozzie and Harriet".

    Says who?

    The proponents of this myth are quick to point out that in "the days of Ozzie and Harriet" not everything was squeaky clean like it was in the TV show.  No kidding.  It was a TV show, not an analysis of current societal problems.  As entertainment, it reflected the ideals of society in a way that would provide enjoyment.  That may sound odd in this day when people prefer shows that dwell on and elevate moral failure, but it's true.

    Since when is history controlled by forces that automatically dictate a constant downward moral slide? In fact, our every effort should be toward turning our culture back not just to the mores of the 50's, but more importantly and accurately to the mores brought to us in the Bible.   The next time someone tells you that "we can't go back to the days of Ozzie and Harriet", counter such nonsense with a firm admonition that not only "can" we, but we must, lest our society will become a miserable and deadly existence for future generations.

    Jim Mogel

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