Keith Estes

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Florida schools open their doors to Satan

To ensure Florida's stupid laws allowing religion to be taught in public schools do not expose kids to just one idea the Satanic Temple is stepping …

Entire Soccer Team Converts to Islam Because of the ‘Peace and Serenity’ of the Faith

A soccer team made up of 23 players from Cameroon decided to convert together to Islam at the end of a two-month training camp in Dubai due to the “peace and serenity they felt in Islam,” a local newspaper reported.<p>Photo: Shutterstock<p>According to the United Arab Emirates newspaper The National, the …

Islamic State, ‘homegrown terrorists,’ the internet, and the work of Matthew 24:14

My concern is about the growing tendency of the government of the USA to collect massive data on its residents as well as it trying to categorize …

UN panel raps Iran over imprisonment of Christian pastor Saeed Abedini

A United Nations panel this week blasted Iran's continued imprisonment of American citizen Saeed Abedini, who is serving an eight-year prison term in the Islamic republic for practicing his faith.<p>Abedini, 34, of Boise, Idaho, "has been deprived of his liberty for peacefully exercising the rights to …

Faithlife Ebooks

Paul David Tripp expertly traverses the deepest recesses of the human heart and compassionately invites fellow Christian travelers to journey with …

Meriam Ibrahim Opens Up About Time In Sudanese Prison: 'I Was Sure God Would Stand By My Side'

Meriam Ibrahim is safe on American soil -- and her faith has never been stronger.<p>The young Christian mother, who spent six months shackled to a prison floor in Sudan for refusing to renounce her faith, opened up to Fox News’ Megyn Kelly about how religion helped her survive.<p>“Faith means life. If …

A New App Tracks How Many Times You Check Your Phone Each Day. The Answer Is Too Much.

Awareness is half the battle.<p><b>In June, The New Yorker</b> published an essay by David Sedaris about his relationship with his Fitbit. A Fitbit, by the way, is a "smart" bracelet that tracks things like quality of sleep, how many calories you're burning, or, as Sedaris chose to focus on, how many steps …

Startups

A beginner's guide to drills and bits

<b>Steve Hoefer</b> returns with another guide to some of the things that make civilized life possible.<p>There are a dizzying number of ways to put a hole in …

ISIS video is counterpoint to Obama's 'dismantle' and 'destroy' speech

The production is slick. The imagery: ominous.<p>The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria is out with a new video from its Al Hayat Media Center. ISIS also produced the videos of the beheadings of two American journalists and a British aid worker.<p>It took nearly a week, but this appears to be the terror …

Islamic State steps up anti-US propaganda with calls to attack Times Square

Online propaganda videos and messages posted by Isil supporters encourage "lone wolf" attacks against numerous US tourist destinations and details how to make homemade pipe bombs<p>The Islamic State (Isil) has encouraged “lone wolf” attacks by extremists equipped with homemade pipe bombs on Times …

Terrorism

Mobile carriers are likely to start charging for OTT SMS messages

Over the last decade, SMS has been a huge cash cow for wireless carriers as it costs them virtually nothing to provide. Now that SMS is (and has been) dying off thanks to a variety of different applications, wireless carriers have resorted to a variety of tactics to keep money coming in since the …

Ebola patients buying survivors' blood from black market, WHO warns

As hospitals in nations hardest hit by Ebola struggle to keep up, desperate patients are turning to the black market to buy blood from survivors of the virus, the World Health Organization warned.<p>The deadliest Ebola outbreak in history has killed at least 2,400 people in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra …

Boy Scouts’ Decision to Allow Openly Gay Kids Sparked Christian Scouting Alternative — and Now the New Group Has a Big Announcement

The Boy Scouts of America’s decision last year to adopt a new policy allowing openly gay youths to join the organization sparked the creation of a competitor called Trail Life USA, a Christian organization that describes itself as an “adventure, character, and leadership movement for young …