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President Trump Visits Hurricane-Ravaged North Carolina, Christian Ministries Serving the Masses in Need

By M.H. Cavanaugh
Christian Action League
September 20, 2018

NEW BERN – Tuesday, President Donald Trump posted to his Twitter account that Hurricane Florence had been “a tough hurricane.” He said it was “[o]ne of the wettest we’ve ever seen from the standpoint of water.”

“Florence has been a nasty one,” added the President, “A big one like that area certainly has never seen before.”

On Wednesday, President Trump boarded Air Force One and came to North Carolina to survey the devastation first hand. With him for the trip were North Carolina’s two U.S. Senators, Thom Tillis, and Richard Burr. Read the rest of this entry »

Refuge Preparation

By Russell Capps
Christian Action League
September 20, 2018

By now the pounding of Hurricane Florence has finally moved on. However, not before leaving in it’s path death and massive destruction. Assessment of damages, cleaning up downed trees, construction debris, and restoration of electric power is only beginning.

History may indicate that this was the slowest moving disastrous event ever in our state. Over several weeks, even before its effects began to be felt inland, forecasts and warnings were awarded first place in the news and conversations for days and days. GET READY was the message. Read the rest of this entry »

Is the Church Becoming Too Political?

By Timothy Buchanan
Barbwire.com
September 19, 2018

Listen to pastors or Bible teachers on your local radio station or watch them on television, and before long you will hear an apology for “being political” whenever a moral issue is introduced.  The fear of controversy has captivated many local churches to the extent that fundamental issues of morality are usually avoided.  Apprehension over broaching what is considered the domain of politics is understandable in our combative and litigious postmodern culture.  But it also illustrates a fatal flaw. Read the rest of this entry

Preparation of the Heart before a Mighty Storm

By Dr. Mark Creech
Christian Action League
September 11, 2018

A hurricane develops at sea. The water temperature has to be at least 80 degrees Fahrenheit, which is why Northern latitudes are usually spared. The warm sea creates a funnel of air which rises to perhaps 50,000 feet, producing vast cumulus clouds. High air currents are distributed, and more air from below is drawn into the funnel. Earth’s rotation gives it a twist, and the gigantic storm is born – a mass of winds that can be as much as 400 miles in diameter, swirling around at speeds up to 200 miles per hour.

A hurricane can lift sixty million, or more, tons of water and generate more power every ten seconds than all the electric power used in the United States in a year. Read the rest of this entry »

Patriot’s Day: We Remember September 11, 2001

By CAL Staff
September 11, 2018

On Tuesday, September 11, 2001, nineteen al-Qaeda terrorists, mostly from Saudi Arabia, hijacked four commercial jetliners and turned them into flying bombs. Two of the hijacked planes slammed into the 110 story twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City. Americans watched their TV screens in horror as the two skyscrapers, among the tallest in the world, collapsed. Another plane hit the Pentagon, and the fourth jet crashed in rural Pennsylvania.

Nearly 3,000 people died in the attacks including more than 400 firefighters, police officers, and emergency medical services workers who had rushed to the World Trade Center to help survivors before the buildings fell. Read the rest of this entry »

URGENT ALERT: Fayetteville City Council Pulls SOGI Ordinance: Pastors and Church Lay Leaders Should Still Attend the Meeting

By Hunter Hines
Christian Action League
September 10, 2018

Friday, the Christian Action League sent an Urgent Alert to pastors and churches in the Fayetteville area about a SOGI (sexual orientation and gender identity) nondiscrimination ordinance set to be considered by the Fayetteville City Council. The League is pleased to inform everyone that the City Council has withdrawn the proposal from tonight’s agenda.

Rev. Mark Creech, executive director of the Christian Action League, said that the League’s Alert was sent in conjunction with its friends from the North Carolina Values Coalition and the North Carolina Family Policy Council, which did the same.

“The response was nothing less than phenomenal,” said Creech. “The Fayetteville Observer confirms that council members were ‘bombarded’ with contacts and swiftly yanked the proposal from their agenda. It’s obvious the people in Fayetteville don’t believe the spin on this ordinance. They know SOGI measures require religious freedom to be sent to the back of the bus. I’m grateful for the way concerned Citizen Christians from Cumberland County responded, as well as others from across the state, who zealously urged council members not to take-up or pass the ordinance.” Read the rest of this entry »

URGENT ALERT: Fayetteville City Council to Consider SOGI Ordinance That Would Defy the Compromise Law That Repealed HB 2

By CAL Staff
Christian Action League
September 7, 2018

Do you remember the heated controversy in our state over HB 2? The law enacted by the North Carolina General Assembly was in response to a SOGI ordinance that was passed by the City of Charlotte. The situation was a firestorm of heated controversy.  After considerable pressure, the General Assembly repealed HB 2 and replaced it with HB 142, which was a compromise. The compromise law repealed HB 2, but it also said that no SOGI ordinances may be passed by any city or town, until after December 21, 2020.

It seems that Fayetteville is prepared to defy the law that passed as a compromise. Read the rest of this entry »

More Than 100 N.C. Legislators Send Letter Supporting Confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh

By M.H. Cavanaugh
Christian Action League
August 31, 2018

RALEIGH – Thursday, North Carolina House Speaker, Rep. Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) and Senate President Pro Tem, Sen. Phil Berger (R-Rockingham), along with more than 100 other legislators sent a letter expressing support for Judge Brett Kavanaugh as the next Supreme Court Justice to fill retired Justice Anthony Kennedy’s vacant seat.

The confirmation process for Kavanaugh is expected to be one of the most heated battles in American history. Read the rest of this entry »

The Health and Safety of North Carolina Citizens is Threatened!

Dear Friend of the Christian Action League,

The health and safety of North Carolina citizens is threatened!

We are soon to be facing a matter that could be every bit as monumental as the fight we had against a state-operated lottery more than a decade ago, or North Carolina’s Marriage Amendment in 2012, or the battle over HB 2 in 2016.

The issue concerns a forthcoming proposal to substantially change the state’s current policy for liquor sales – a revision that will undermine the health, safety, and well-being of our citizenry. Read the rest of this entry »

Brunch Bill Proposals Make Their Way to Roxboro and Person County

By M.H. Cavanaugh
Christian Action League
August 30, 2018

ROXBORO – Brunch Bill proposals have made their way to the local governments of Roxboro and Person County.

According to reporting from The Courier-Times, during their regular meeting on August 20th, County Commissioners voted 4-1 in support of a Brunch bill. Because the measure didn’t receive a unanimous vote as required, it will be voted on again at the Commissioner’s next meeting, September 4th. The vote in September will only require a simple majority for passage. Read the rest of this entry »