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'A truthful witness saves lives' -Proverbs 14:25

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 May 2024 | Est. 2013  


Jesus said: 

'If I had not come and spoken to them, they would not have been guilty of sin, but now they have no excuse for their sin.

Whoever hates me, hates my Father also.'

-John 15:22-23


News & Notable: Local

Cross Witnesses

Along I-215, Menifee

-Photos InterChurch News

News & Notable 2021

Volume IX, Issue: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20

Vol. IX, Issue 21 | November 1 - 14

  • Daily Wire: I'm a Calif. teacher about to be fired because of vaccine mandate -- here's how I'm fighting back
  • USA Today: Doctors opine 'children are not at significant risk of poor outcomes from COVID-19' (Mar. '21)
  • CISA: Election Security Rumors vs. Reality
  • Dominion Voting: 'Legal updates ... how we are defending Dominion'
  • Calif. SOS: 40 Calif. counties use Dominion Voting Systems
  • Smartmatic: Smartmatic voter machines -- exclusively used in L.A. County for 2020 presidential election -- sues Newsmax, OANN for defamation
  • Washington Examiner: Arizona Christian U. study finds 48% of Millennials prefer socialism over capitalism; one in three identifies as LGBT
  • Christian Post: Atlanta Braves shortstop after World Series win: 'I wouldn't be here without Him'
  • Baptist News: Georgetown College president fired over sexual assault allegations
  • Daily Wire: News group files lawsuit challenging Biden's vaccine mandate
  • Open Doors: What's really happening to Christians in Afghanistan?
  • Christian Post: Va. megachurch pastor arrested in sting for 'felony solicitation of prostitution' involving a minor 
  • Decision: A pro-life win in California



The Bible says: 2 Peter 1:11 | Jesus said: John 15:22-23 

Photo Essay: Cross Witnesses Along I-215, Menifee. -Photo InterChurch News



Statewide protests against Gov. Newsom's COVID-19 vaccine mandate

for school children, Monday, November 15.


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