“Public Service or Politics,” Commentator Lynn Morris & Host Jim Wining

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“The Party of Change,” Dr. James R. Wining

In the 1850’s the USA was a deeply divided nation. John Brown was the symbol of Emancipation and human equality. The elitist’s (Super Wealthy) then were the “Robber Baron’s” of the industrializing Northeast and the wealthy “Cotton Plantation Owners,” of the South. Neither seemed to accept this “Change” until John Brown was hung for treason December 2, 1859! The Democrat Party remained neutral about this societal change but not the Republicans’ who nominated Abraham Lincoln, an opponent to slavery in any fashion. Abraham Lincoln was elected President of the USA on November 6, 1860. The Civil War began April 12, 1861 and was our deadliest war. Over 750,000 people or 2% of our population were killed. Today’s elitist’s (Super Wealthy) this time are not in cotton or in manufacturing but in technology. Furthermore, just guess what political party is saying no to these newly framed “Elitists,” the Republican Party again. What are Republicans trying to change? The normal working class Christians (those again seeking human equality) want to raise and live in a safe community for their children…

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“Why Me?” by Dr. James R. Wining

“The Trial of Christ,” play is a depiction of the judgement of man upon God. Please, read its account in the Gospels of The Bible: MARK 15: 1-5, JOHN 18:28-40 AND 19:1-22, MATTHEW 27:1-26 AND LUKE 23:1-25. Then at your time with the Lord, pray for your guidance and direction into this Godly Work. Today we are truly opening the eyes of man to injustice, forgiveness and love. Uniquely, because it is from the perspective of Jesus Christ “The victim” and people not God are the judges. How would you respond to an unrighteous judgement from two court systems and a condemning mob of accusers? This is our responsibility to explain the outcome for those who have fallen away and those who have been misguided. Pray for your own understandings and participation whether it be technical, financial, pageantry, or sharing, Any and all support will be your call. Remember man is not to be separated from one another by race, color, creed, ethnicity, or religion. We are in these last hours, of these last days of the last…

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“The Higher Calling,” by Dr. James R. Wining

Most Christians have either grown up in the safety of a specific church or denomination or have been welcomed later in life by a church or denomination. In essence these people enjoy the benefits of a group with similar outlooks and perspectives. This includes education, correction and socialization under this same framework. While touching on the Bible from different points or references the development of understandings in Jesus Christ, The Holy Spirit and God maybe quite different. between such groups of people. Obviously, Jesus knew this would happen when he delivered his last prayer in John 17:9-21. He prayed for all of us to come together as one as He was one with God. This is the vision of Acts Ministry in all that it does. Unity, in Christ, through The Holy Spirit. Given the differences between denominations, faiths, churches and non-denominational bodies of Christ the task and road to the vision appears nearly insurmountable. In fact, time and time again ecumenical organizations have tried to accomplish unity but have had little results. Acts Ministry on the other…

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