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Administrator’s Round Table Discussion 2/11/16 Dixie Baptist Church Address: 8585 Dixie Hwy, Village of Clarkston, MI 48348 Phone:(248) 625-2311 Agenda Devotions and Prayer Technology discussion Presentation by Tony Nash of Smartridges Lunch Provided Website www.macshome.org discussion Q&A...Learn More
An organization called Fair Michigan tried organizing their forces to put a proposed ballot measure on the November 2016 ballot to extend Elliott-Larsen Sexual Orientation Gender Identification to the Michigan Constitution. As of yesterday their efforts have come to a crashing halt for this election year. Dana Nessel stated earlier that they are certain that there is “zero chance” of this legislature voting on Elliott-Larsen extensions in this current session. They needed a coalition to cooperate on the ballot wording to get it on the ballot. It wasn’t happening. For all of the false narrative the LGBTQWERTY community gives about how they are all about love and acceptance, they simply could not find enough acceptance among their own LGBTQWERTY strange bedfellows. Quoting the Detroit Free Press they “placed the blame of the ballot proposal demise directly at the feet of Equality Michigan and the ACLU, saying the groups created a “toxic environment” and scared away potential donors to the campaign.” Toxic environment created by them? MACS is taking the initiative on this and I’m confident this issue is not going away. They will repackage it and try to resell it (they always do). Until then, “let us run with patience the race that is set before us, looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith” Hebrews...Learn More
Why Christian Education? I think that at some time or another, we have all asked ourselves this question. It is a good one and if you will allow me, I would like to share with you a few thoughts for your consideration. I did not grow up with the privilege of being able to attend a Christian School as a young child. I believe that I had a good education in the local schools and a couple of my teachers were Believers, but for the majority of them, I never knew of their faith and if they had any, it didn’t make its way in to their classroom presentations. My Sophomore year in the public high school I had an English literature teacher who was openly homosexual and this fact was celebrated by this in the district as evidence of their tolerance and diversity. I Don’t remember much of his class other than the fact that it was more of a lounge that a classroom and he always had candles lit. My Junior year of high school I put myself in a Christian School. Every month when the bill came, it had my name on it. I wanted to be in that atmosphere. Contrary as it sounds, I proudly carried my Bible to class and looked forward to History, Science and all of my classes taught from the Biblical Worldview. For me, it all began there, I knew I had found my place. I thrived in that atmosphere. After High School graduation I attended Bob Jones University, Majoring in History, minoring in English. College was a time of great blessing...Learn More
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