October 20, 2016

Larue Country Rocked by Corruption, Scandals

There is something desperately wrong in Larue County, as corruption at the highest levels in the recent past, as well as the scandals surrounding the LCHS Principal and high school and middle school girls' basketball teams calls to our attention the need for a moral assessment of the people of Larue County itself, of which I am one, and those vetting candidates for positions that can have a profound effect on the children of Larue County.

The first thing we need to do is to call upon God for repentance for our failures, and from there examine what we must do to turn this despicable situation around.

Simon Ford

It's outrageous that we vote in or appoint these types of people to lead in some capacity in our County, and if the corruption or scandals aren't enough to do some soul searching before God, then we'll deserve the type of people we allow to influence our local government and children.
As for the moral failure surrounding the school system, parents should seriously consider taking their children out of it. For many years it has taught that which opposes the Bible and our Christian faith, and the recent outrageous events confirm not only the reality of that worldview, but that those embracing it are getting bolder and bolder in acting it out before our eyes.

What will it take to turn this situation around? It needs a dramatic reversal of how we view the leaders we put in place, and call upon God in Jesus Christ to help us find those that are representative of His laws and serve the God of the Bible. Anything less than that is too little. It's obvious that it's already too late.

There is also the need to examine closely those, in the case of being hired by the school district, as to why the vetting of these people is missing so much of who they are.

The best thing to do with school is to remove our children from the system that opposed our world view and train them ourselves, or get together and create an alternative to the school system which will train our children up according to the Word of God.

If you don't think the Larue Count school system is in opposition to the teachings of the Bible, you need to go through the books and computers used to train the children up. I've done it. They don't represent the Holy Scriptures.

As usual the response of many will be there are some good Christian people teaching in the school system. And that is true. But that has nothing to do with what our children are being taught as a whole, and the types of people that are being placed in authority over them.

If the corruption and scandals don't move you to action, then Larue County is already lost. 

June 4, 2016

Kentucky Pride Festival - Celebration of Sin

Identified as a our-day celebration, the Northern Kentucky Pride Festival, which is nothing more than a celebration of sin and refusal to repent and turn to Jesus Christ, is going on this weekend at Covington’s Mainstrasse Village.

Bonnie Meyer, president of Northern Kentucky Fairness, said this:

“This year, we celebrate the seventh year of Northern Kentucky Pride. Our Pride is a unique event in that we are not only community­ based, but intentionally inclusive of LBGTQ allies and families as we aim to celebrate and educate during this event. In light of recent anti-­LBGTQ policy in Kentucky, it is more important than ever to be visible in the community to advocate and celebrate together.”

The idea of inclusiveness in light of the Holy Scriptures is a lie. We are not to have fellowship with darkness, and to support any of this is to support the enemies of God, who rejects the evil lifestyles and worldview of these people.

There is nothing to celebrate with these sins, and it's these rejectors of Christ that need to be educated. Hopefully there were some real Christians there interacting with them not to friends, but to call them to repentance. I'm not talking about yelling and screaming at them, but engaging them with the truth in a non-combative attitude, if they're willing to receive instruction concerning the truth.

As seen multiple times in video, these people, when they're not in the spotlight, hideously attack Christians calling them out for their sins. At times I've seen Christians being threatened and attacked for doing nothing else but singing spiritual songs. Other times they're exercising their free speech rights by holding a sign at a so-called "Pride" parade, or other event. Many times they're physically attacked for simply being there.

This is the dark secret of these people who under the guise of inclusiveness attempt to gain allies that are deceived into thinking they're peaceful, until the time they start to sway a majority in a locality, whereby they go on vicious verbal and physical attacks. Look at the brutish hate exercised against Christians at universities and colleges by these deviants and their allies.

Never be deceived into thinking they want peace with believers. They don't want anything. They demand we accept their sin against the very will and word of God. I, for one, refuse to do so.

March 26, 2016

Atheist Group Attacking Kentucky Noah's Ark Theme Park

An atheist group called Tri-State Freethinkers, representing people from Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, have ramped up its attack on the upcoming opening of Ken Ham's "Ark Encounter" theme park, calling it immoral, as it allegedly celebrates "genocide and incest."

The so-called Freethinkers, who are in reality slaves to a lie, said presenting the story of Noah is immoral, adding it shouldn't be considered for family entertainment.

The anti-Christian group used crowd funding as a means to raise money to counter the Ark theme park, using it to attack it using a big billboard and six smaller billboards over the period of a month.
Trying to garner more attention and money, it stated if it was able to raise $150,000, they would build their "very own genocide and incest park."

Another plan in the works is to use any extra funds in order to put together a protest on opening day of the par, which is scheduled for July 7, 2016.

For what they consider a non-existent God, they sure worry about something they consider a myth.