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John 5:19-30 "I can only do what I see my father doing."
Where are the absent fathers in this day and age? Young men as well as women need their natural fathers as a role model. I know that some of these young people father may have died but where are the men that will take the place of the absentee father,
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President Obama’s staff clearly recognizes the dangerous territory into which the president’s numbers have fallen. His job approval has sagged badly in recent weeks. For the first time in his presidency, Obama’s personal favorability has turned negative in several different polls at the same time — including in recent surveys from Bloomberg, Gallup, and CNN. When a president finds his favorability numbers under pressure, he will often go out of his way to be seen doing “regular guy” kinds of things to avoid a perception that he’s out of touch. Not going to the border with Gov Rick Perry was not one of those photo op moments, which Obama's life of full of, if it is for Campaigning or the like for a left winger, while the world is exploding.
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And what about the UN? are they too "conspicuously absent" from Scriptures? Who are the "players"? can we know? When was/will the Kingdom set up? Are Daniel 2 and 7 really just a retelling of the same story?...
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Public Aid, the money issued by the government to women who have no adequate means to support their children, was meant as a temporary emergency fund until the women were able to find employment. Unfortunately, for many uneducated women who had children in high school, the low paying jobs for which they were eligible paid less than their Public Aid checks. The Welfare system quickly became a way of life, as unmarried teen motherhood and a life on public aid was passed down generation to generation. Unless the father of her child had a job that paid more than her monthly check, a mother often made the financial decision to stay single rather than have her aid check discontinued ifshe got married. Now, with the urban crisis of single mothers, absent fathers, broken families, gangs replacing sports teams and youth organizations in communities, gang wars over drug turf, and senseless gun violence taking innocent lives, its time to examine the root of the problem - the breakddwn of marriage and family. Has giving public aid to women discouraged couples from getting married? Let's stop talking about how "men are the maintiners of women" and face the reality of what has happened. How do we use our collective economic power to finance independent businesses that would empower the men to marry their babies mothers, take care of their families and regain the respect of their children?
Join us as we look into this age old notion that we as Oringal people are constantly accused for wrong doing even in death.
William Ryan coined the phrase "blaming the victim" in his 1971 book Blaming the Victim. In the book, Ryan described victim blaming as an ideology used to justify racism and social injustice against black people in the United States. Ryan wrote the book to refute Daniel Patrick Moynihan's 1965 work The Negro Family: The Case for National Action (usually simply referred to as the Moynihan Report). Moynihan had concluded that three centuries of horrible treatment at the hands of whites, and in particular the uniquely cruel structure of American slavery as opposed to its Latin American counterparts, had created a long series of chaotic disruptions within the black family structure which, at the time of the report, manifested itself in high rates of unwed births, absent fathers, and single mother households in black families. Moynihan then correlated these familial outcomes, which he considered undesirable, to the relatively poorer rates of employment, educational achievement, and financial success found among the black population. Moynihan advocated the implementation of government programs designed to strengthen the black nuclear family.
Today's Topic: Parenting alone is difficult! Some people think that children can be erased because it was never "their idea". Is this true? If you decide to have a baby and keep it, should the other parent still be responsible?
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