Program #3223 Norma Finley, Part 1

3223 Norma Finley Pt 1: (abuse, fear) Norma is shy and fearful of people. The family attends church until her father and mother have affairs that lead to fighting at home, driving Norma to quit school and marry at 16. Her husband abandons her just as her father goes to prison for shooting a man. Norma's slide into immorality includes drinking and a baby born out of wedlock. Then she meets and marries Ernie, a drunken abuser who keeps her pregnant and stuck at home when they aren't moving from one state to another. The first part ends as she hears the gospel in the hospital.

The World’s Largest Motorcycle Rally Used by Baptists to Spread the Gospel

Thousands of motorcyclists from the world over congregate in Sturgis, a small town of 6,600 people in South Dakota for the world’s largest motorcycle rally. In the meantime, the churches of the Dakota Baptist convention and Southern Baptists who come from all over the US get together to spread the Gospel.

Out of the hundreds of thousands of bikers who participated this year, 315 have accepted Christ. They are bated to hearing a three minute testimony made by workers with a brand new Harley Davidson “Switchback” motorcycle.

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First Baptist Dallas Pastor, Robert Jeffress Wants Christians to Cast their Votes for Romney

According to the beliefs of pastor, Stephen Andrew, the president of the Christian Ministries of USA, Dr. Robert Jeffress of First Baptist, Dallas must repent as he is disobeying scripture by his action of leading Christians to vote for Romney who is a Mormon. It is a sin to lead Americans away from Jesus according to him.

Bible and the forefathers of the American nation teach Americans to vote for a Christian. It is their duty to select Christian rulers.

Mormon faith believes that Romney will become a god after his death. Also, they think Christians are inferior.

According to the president of Christian Ministries Americans should not vote for either Obama or Romney who are nonbelievers of Jesus. Instead, they should vote for a Christian.

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Racism is Still a Problem according to a Black Baptist

According to David Shosanya, a black Baptist leader in the UK, apart from statements on racial inclusion, the church has to do a lot to eradicate racism in denominational structures. He has made this comment in a statement he has given to “Keep the Faith”, a Pentecostal magazine. Also, he has mentioned that some might accuse him of washing dirty linen in public as he is a black minister working in a denomination led by whites.

He further said that he wish to point out that affected people read the texts of new testament without attributing the same sentiments towards Jesus who also was a critique of the culture and faith from which he emerged according to the article which was republished in “Baptist Times”.

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