IndoctriNation - New Movie About Public Schools
What people are Saying about IndoctriNation:
"Every Christian parent with a child in a government school should see this [movie] and be forced to confront their unwillingness to do what Scripture requires for the children on loan to them by God. A mass exodus from government schools is the only way to preserve the souls and minds of our children."
Cal Thomas (America’s most widely syndicated op-ed columnist)
"This is the most important issue facing the Body of Christ, an issue that must be addressed and put to rest forever. IndoctriNation is an extremely important movie. Every church in America should show IndoctriNation. Every Christian should show IndoctriNation to their friends."
Ted Baehr MovieGuide
Who established the American Public Schools system?
Are my kids physically and morally safe in the schools?
Are the public schools religiously neutral?
Shouldn't Christian kids be “salt and light” in the Schools?
Can the public school system be fixed or redeemed?
Featuring compelling interviews with teachers, administrators, parents, and other whistleblowers, this film is part documentary, part testimonial, and totally captivating. Above all it is both an encouragement and challenge to the millions of Christians who need to know what God's Word says about the discipleship and training of the next generation. You will want to give this DVD to every parent you know.
Get this powerful movie for only $19.95 at: http://www.indoctrinationmovie.com/about-indoctrination
EMERGENCY ALERT ON EFFORT TO RESCUE CHILDREN FROM GODLESS AND PAGAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS - CALL FOR CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS AND CHRISTIAN HOMESCHOOLING
The Exodus Mandate Project is offering a one-year emergency plan to rescue Christian children from the godless, pagan public schools and to place them in K-12 private Christian schools or Christian homeschooling. This rescue plan, the "Call to Dunkirk ," is named after the World War II event of 1940 in which 340,000 British and Allied troops were miraculously rescued from the beaches of Dunkirk in the face of the German Nazi War machine. State-run public schools have become destructive to our children's Christian faith. They no longer educate but rather indoctrinate. Not only morally corrupt, public schools are unsafe because of the violence and crime that occurs in them on a regular basis. JOIN THE DRAMATIC PLAN BEING OFFERED AT THE LINK BELOW.
The Promise of Jonadab - New Book
The Jonadab book is the next Prayer of Jabez, the next best selling book?
A little book with a powerful Bible study and application
Everyone loves a good Bible study.
"The Prayer of Jabez," inspired by 1 Chronicles 4:9-10 and written by Bruce Wilkerson in 2000, sold 9 million copies with a simple message of how to live a blessed life.
Now comes another little book about an equally obscure character of faith known as Jonadab from the books of 2 Kings and Jeremiah.
It's called "The Promise of Jonadab: Building a Christian Family Legacy in a Time of Cultural Decline," and some will find it far more substantive and timely in its application.
Written by E. Ray and Gail Pinckney Moore, it's the story of one family living in a time of cultural and religious collapse and how its members struggle to maintain faith in their time and throughout future generations. The Moores have been married for 40 years and are known as pioneers in the homeschooling movement and Christian education.
Interweaving what is known about Jonadab and his progeny from the Bible with contemporary stories of modern-life Jonadabs; people who have applied the same principles in their own lives; the "The Promise of Jonadab" offers a fast-paced read and a worthy Bible study with obvious applications to life in a time when many Christians feel besieged by moral and cultural collapse.
It's a book for parents to give their children and for those sons and daughters to pass on to their children.
"It's early to talk about Christmas gifts in 2010," says WND Editor and Chief Executive Officer Joseph Farah. "But this is an easy pick for all thoughtful early-bird stocking stuffers."
Get "The Promise of Jonadab" for just $8.97 at the WND Superstore. Click Here
The Promise of Jonadab WND Superstore
Currently too many pastors along with Christian ministry and denominational leaders are not providing leadership for their flocks or denominations, by first warning their families and members of the danger to children from the K-12 public education system much less by offering K-12 Christian School education or home schooling services in or through their churches. We hope that this "Call to Dunkirk " video, with background music by Judy Rogers, will be helpful to awaken the pastors and Christian leaders to their God-ordained roles and duties in this area. Please, forward the link for this "Call to Dunkirk " video to your pastors and other Christian ministry or denominational leaders that you know. WE URGENTLY NEED YOUR HELP!
Frontline Ministries and The Exodus Mandate Project are offering for a donation of $50 or more, a special CD entitled, Here I Stand, by popular singer/songwriter Judy Rogers Judy Rogers is a major song writer and singer for the growing "back to K-12 Christian education and home schooling" in America . This CD produced by Judy Rogers includes songs she has written or arranged in traditional, ballad or Celtic style and are largely taken from the Psalms and Ten Commandments. The unique feature of this CD is that the first song entitled "Here I Stand" was written in honor of Judge Roy Moore, the Ten Commandments Judge. This song was originally performed by Judy Rogers at the annual Frontline Ministries/ Exodus Mandate banquet in October 2003 at which Judge Roy Moore was the banquet speaker. Both Judy Rogers and Judge Roy Moore have expressed strong support for the efforts of the Exodus Mandate Project to provide K-12 Christian school education or home school services for Christian children.
If you want to help advance the Exodus Mandate Project and, in particular, assist the, Call to Dunkirk, as a one-year emergency plan to rescue children who are trapped in the failing public school system, go to our web page aand click on the "donate" button. Any donation will help this effort. For a donation of $50 and above, you will receive Judy Rogers' CD, Here I Stand. (Please, indicate that you want to receive the CD by clicking on the drop-down menu on the donate page.) Do this soon as, Here I Stand, will make an excellent Christmas gift to your family or loved one and will also help advance K-12 Christian education and home schooling in America by helping Exodus Mandate get the message to millions of Americans over the next year concerning the importance of Christian Schools and Christian Home Schools.
Above all, please, preview the "Call to Dunkirk " on Youtube.com and forward it to your pastor, family and friends. Encourage your friends to enroll in Christian Schools.
Christian schools are core to the cultural war.
Exodus Mandate believes that “fresh obedience by Christian families in educating their children according to Biblical mandates will prove to be a key for the revival of our families, our churches and our nation” and, as such, it is now publically calling out the likes of major conservative organizations all of whom have failed to adequately encourage their members to flee the public school system and are thereby responsible for losing the culture war.
The change we are seeing in the Obama Administration has resulted more
darkness and pushing of ungodly agenda will teaching little children
to accept homosexuality as normal as well as in the breakdown in moral
barriers of pre- marriage sex. Most children, even from Christian
homes, will see their children destroyed morally. The greater importance of Christian schools.
International Christian Homeschooling
The homeschooling movement is dominated by Christians and is growing in large numbers in the US as well as international areas. An example of services of the Christian home school movement:
Homeschooling Family to Family -
Additional information on homeschooling in Alabama, Georgia, US Southeast can be obtained at:
Homeschool http://www.homeschoolexpos.com Alabama
As children leave the government public schools on a international basis, it is worth your time to investigate why homeschooling is a popular choice.
Is American a Christian Nation?
The Debate - Is America a Christian nation? Was It Ever?
January 2010 - Focus -- by Rosanne McDowell
That was the topic of a debate last October between E. Ray Moore,
president of Frontline Ministries, and Herb Silverman, President
of the Secular Coalition for America and professor at the College
of Charleston. Sponsored by the Pastafarians, a USC student organization
for atheists and agnostics, the event drew Christians and non-Christians
alike to consider Moores defense of America's Christian
foundation as a nation and Silverman;s denial of it.
YouTube video clips of the debate:
Obtain a copy of this first class debate, American A Christian Nation, with documenting information that every teenager needs to know. Only need a $19 Donation for DVD. See info in Left Margin.
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Christian Schools Exodus
Christians Should Exit Public Schools?
After your kids spend 12 years in public schools, there is a 70%
chance that when they leave home, that they will quit going to church.
In other words, there is a 70% chance you will be considered a failure
at raising your kids if you keep them in public schools.
SBC Resolution calls for Christians to exit government schools.
Dr. Morris H. Chapman, president and chief executive officer of the Southern Baptist Convention's Executive Committee,
is calling for Christians to exit government schools and attend Christian Schools or Christian home schools.
In an article that recently appeared in The Baptist Messenger, Dr. Morris H. Chapman, president and chief executive
officer of the Southern Baptist Convention's Executive Committee, called for churches to provide many more Christian
elementary and secondary schools as alternatives to the government's schools.
The anti-Christian moral teaching within government schools was among Dr. Chapman's chief motivations for calling for the
major expansion of Christian education: "In far too many public schools throughout the country our children are being
bombarded with secular reasoning, situational ethics and moral erosion."
Moreover, Dr. Chapman sees the need for greatly expanding Christian school education as urgent:
"In recent days, two questions have weighed heavily on my soul. If Southern Baptists don't do it, who will?
If we don't do it now, do we risk forever losing the opportunity to build Christian schools for God's glory and the future of our
children, grandchildren and the land we love?"
To implement his vision of a major expansion of Christian education, Dr. Chapman advocates two initial concrete steps.
First, he identifies the inner cities as places where a Christian education ministry is much needed and would be welcomed.
As Dr. Chapman sees it: "In such areas, Kingdom schools would serve as a central ministry among a myriad of ministries
that would help families recover from the chaos that now exists and help them establish Christ in the home."
Second, Dr. Chapman calls on every local Baptist association to create new schools: "Why should not we have at least one
Christian school in every association that merges dynamic biblical principles with academic excellence? At minimum, a
number of Southern Baptist churches in the same association could band together to create an outstanding Christian school
for the area. In our voluntary fellowships with each other, Southern Baptists still have shown themselves uniquely
structured and resources to take on such a challenge.
Elementary and secondary education is an area we can add to how we cooperate in missions and ministries."
Dr. Chapman's proposal has been warmly welcomed by Dr. Shortt, the co-sponsor of the 2004 education resolution and of
education resolutions in 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008: "As the chief administrator of the SBC, Dr. Chapman's voice is
extremely powerful. With his recent call to greatly expand Christian education among Southern Baptists and others,
Dr. Chapman has, in effect, laid out the first step in the "exit strategy" called for by Dr. Mohler in 2005.
All Christians should note this sea-change in sentiment within the SBC. The spiritual, moral, and intellectual
pathologies of the government school system are now obvious even to casual observers. Christian parents and pastors
need to ask themselves just how much longer they intend to render our
children to Caesar's spiritually dark, morally decaying, and physically dangerous government schools."
Contact your Southern Baptist Pastor or Messenger who will be
attending the annual convention
and ask them to vote Yes on the resolution by Dr. Morris H. Chapman, for Christians to exit government schools.