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George has written 518 articles so far, you can find them below.

Conflict resolution

TEACHING: Here are conflict resolution guidelines for both individuals and groups, both short-form and long-form, followed by relevant wisdom from the Scriptures. Short Form: PEACE Pray for grace for a better understanding Equal time for each one with something to say Aim at one thing at a time the loving way Confess what I did […] Continue reading →

The church's role in politics, pt. 1

TEACHING: Belize awaits the church’s response to its new pro-LGBT gender policy. The US Supreme Court decisions on same sex marriage in the DOMA and Proposition 8 cases will have global effects to reckon with. But what is the church’s role in politics? And specifically, how should the church in Belize respond? Here are some […] Continue reading →

Redefining gender in Belize & church response

BELIZE JOURNAL. The churches in Belize have gained much unity in two years of awareness and prayer campaigns targeting the legalization of sodomy. They have been spearheaded by Belize Action and backed by both the Evangelical Association and the Belize Council of Churches. These campaigns against the whole gay agenda, including redefining gender, have caused […] Continue reading →

Ban same sex marriage? SCOTUS votes

PRAYER ALERT: This week the Supreme Court of the US is expected to rule on two pivotal same-sex marriage cases, DOMA and California’s Proposition 8. In 2008 a majority of Californians voted to ban same sex marriage. But Prop 8 was ruled unconstitutional by one actively gay judge. Prop 8 may be struck down in […] Continue reading →

Sudden political shifts in Iran, Turkey, Syria

PRAYER ALERT: Iran elected a new president, Hassan Rowhani, on Saturday, June 15. Rowhani immediately promised greater cooperation with the US and other Western powers. These powers have been supporting UN sanctions against Iran due to its nuclear program, which Iran could use in its oft-state aims to destroy Israel and the US. The UN […] Continue reading →

US cyber spying targets evangelicals

PRAYER ALERT: We keep learning more about IRS cyber spying which has targeted 500+ conservative organizations. These include evangelical Christians, whom the US Army has named as the No. 1 extremist threat to the US. The army ranks evangelicals above al Qaeda and other Muslim organizations whose stated intent is to destroy the US. The […] Continue reading →

US cyber warfare tracks billion+ calls

NEWS UPDATE: Knowledge is power. That is why information cyber warfare now dominate the headlines. Military experts have long known that knowledge is more valuable than weapons. That “knowledge will increase” (Dan. 12:4) is one sign of the end times. And in our times, the increase of knowledge is accelerating faster than ever. Advanced techniques […] Continue reading →

New gender policy secretly approved in Belize

PRAYER ALERT. An uproar followed the revelation that in March the Cabinet of Belize approved a new gender policy without informing the public. The UN-funded document was not published until two months later by the National Women’s Commission. NWC representative Adele Catzim Sanchez explained on May 17 to Channel 7 that “gender orientation is also […] Continue reading →

US military fights Christians, favors enemies

PRAYER ALERT: On Memorial Day let us remember how the US military and this nation were started. George Washington became the first US Commander in Chief in 1775 and the first US President in 1789, both by unanimous votes. As Commander in Chief Washington exhorted his men to pray daily. He credited many victories to […] Continue reading →

Sodomy lawsuit goes to Belize’s Supreme Court

PRAYER ALERT: The case to legalize sodomy goes before Belize Supreme Court Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin on May 7. Sodomy has rarely been legalized anywhere in the past, except in places like Sodom, for many good reasons. The case against sodomy is overwhelming from any standpoint: health, safety, family, education, law, ethics, religion, society, or […] Continue reading →

Gosnell clinic trial helps halt all abortions in Delaware

PRAYER ALERT: Media exposure of the Gosnell clinic trial is provoking other abortion clinics to clean up or cover up their own atrocious practices. In Delaware the only two remaining abortion clinics have stopped operating. Planned Parenthood in Dover has temporarily suspended surgical abortions. Its affiliate in Wilmington has closed completely for cleaning and re-staffing. Three […] Continue reading →

Philadelphia abortion trial reveals atrocities

PRAYER ALERT: The Philadelphia abortion trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell is only now getting some mass media attention. Six weeks of gruesome testimonies depict, among other atrocities, that: 1. 7 newborns’ spinal cords were cut with scissors. Babies were regularly aborted after Pennsylvania’s legal limit of 24 weeks Women suffered from heavy drug overdoses given […] Continue reading →

Boy Scouts consider gay-preference members

PRAYER ALERT: The Boy Scouts of America have been holding the line against persistent assaults from the gay lobby for many years. But at the Boy Scouts annual meeting on Tuesday, May 23, they are considering a compromise. They will hold a vote on a resolution to ban open homosexuals from membership, but admit as […] Continue reading →

Update: Healing conflicts at Guatemalan border

APRIL BELIZE JOURNAL: RECENT PRAYER & MULTI-CHURCH EVENTS.Thank God that experienced youth worker Traci DiPietro is helping with our Caye Caulker storefront ministry! This has freed me up to make the many prayer network connections that have kept me busy at these events in mainland Belize:     Feb. 15. The Strong Men’s Tour leaders’ session […] Continue reading →

Attack on Coptic Christians in Egypt

CHRISTIAN NEWS: SOURCE on Coptic Christians. By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and KAREEM FAHIM. NY Times Published: April 7, 2013. CAIRO — Police officers firing tear gas joined with a rock-throwing crowd fighting a group of Christian mourners Sunday in a battle that escalated into an attack on Egypt’s main Coptic Christian Cathedral that lasted for […] Continue reading →