• CBMC: Christian Business Men's Committee
  • Christianity Online: Welcome to Christianity Online, the official Web site of Christianity Today, Inc. The information here is meant to help you get to know us better and to answer questions you may have about the many resources we offer at our site.
  • CLM: Christian Leadership Ministries
  • Citizens for Traditional Values (CTV) is a nonprofit civic league working on the grassroots level - using active participation of individuals - to encourage an active and informed citizenry in Michigan. CTV seeks to broaden public understanding of the importance of personal freedom and traditional family values; and to work for the adoption of laws and public policies which reflect those values. This is accomplished by educating, networking, and mobilizing the pro-life, pro-family community.  (www.ctvmichigan.org)
  • Daystar Ministries: Daystar Ministries International is a Christian organization whose purpose is to help believers in Jesus Christ understand who they are in Him and to live in the victory that comes with that understanding. We are also dedicated to helping non-believers understand who they can be in Christ if they so choose. You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. (John 8:32) Here at Daystar Ministries International, we believe that you were created by God and that He loves you and has a very special plan for your life. Our goal is to help you answer the timeless questions: Who am I? Where did I come from? Why am I here? Where am I going? In order to help you answer these questions, we provide weekly teachings from the Bible, God's manual for humanity. As you read these teachings, you will discover how very precious you are in God's eyes. You will also begin to discover your true purpose in life.
  • Family Research Council: The Family Research Council exists to reaffirm and promote nationally, and particularly in Washington, DC, the traditional family unit and the Judeo-Christian value system upon which it is built.
  • Focus on the Family with Dr. James Dobson
  • Greenville College: Greenville College is a Christian community committed to excellence in higher education and grounded in both the liberal arts tradition and a rich Wesleyan heritage.
  • THE HOWARD CENTER For Family, Religion & Society.  Liberty Revisited, by John A. Howard, Ph.D., Senior Fellow.  "... Americans haven’t a clue as to what liberty is, or how to sustain it.  The British statesman Edmund Burke was a wise and eminent political philosopher and an ardent and articulate champion of liberty.  He stated that extreme liberty, which would seem to be perfect liberty, is instead, its fatal flaw.  Perfect liberty doesn’t exist anywhere and shouldn’t exist anywhere because, he said, “liberty must be limited to be possessed.” It is startling for us that he should speak of a fault of liberty, for liberty in our minds is a pure unencumbered blessing with no room for anyone to say, “Yes, but.”  It jars us to be told that there must be limitations.  Actually, the limitations he had in mind were not primarily legal restrictions." Please visit their website to learn more about The Howard Center.
  • Michigan Family Forum: Michigan Family Forum is dedicated to serving Michigan's individuals and families by encouraging government to perform its proper and unique roles.
  • Promise Keepers, training men to be fathers and husbands that are of God.
  • "On Religion" by Terry Mattingly: Welcome to the web site for the "On Religion" column, syndicated each week by Scripps Howard's Washington, D.C., bureau to about 350 North American newspapers. Terry Mattingly is associate professor of communications and "journalist in residence" at the new Washington, D.C., area campus of Regent University and nationally syndicated religion columnist with the Scripps Howard News Service in Washington, D.C. You can read columns or search through an archive of back issues of the column by using key words. This site includes links to sites containing copies of many of my freelance articles, as well as information about my classes and other work at Regent University and the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.
  • Spring Arbor University: For over 130 years, Spring Arbor University has distinguished itself as the place where faith and learning meet. Since 1873, Spring Arbor University has combined a commitment to the liberal arts and a passion to see all truth from God's perspective with purposeful training in the arts and the professions. Spring Arbor University is both a place and a program. Nestled in the scenic beauty of south central Michigan, its sprawling 100-acre. . .
  • "Sally E. Stuart's Christian Writers' Market Guide": The reference tool for the Christian writer: contains more than 1,100 markets for the written word; lists publishers by the topics they publish; contests, writers conferences and groups; editorial services, literary agents and market analysis.
  • Student Statesmanship Institute (SSI)is a dynamic Biblical worldview and leadership training program established by the Foundation for Traditional Values (FTV) to further the mission of affirming and restoring America's Judeo-Christian heritage. It includes three separate week-long summer camps, serving more than 300 students each year; a traveling, two-day, on-site program for Christian, public and home-school students; and an exciting, discipleship program for SSI alumni called the Ambassador League.  (www.ssi-online.org)

    SSI represents a whole new way of thinking. Young people come to understand that God has a destiny and purpose for their lives. They start to realize that faith is not a 'crutch' for weak people, but rather it has relevance to every area of life. They begin to see themselves as Christ's Ambassadors, who have been commissioned to influence the world for His Kingdom. They learn to give themselves as servant leaders in a bankrupt culture. They are equipped to counter the narrow-secular worldview that is so pervasive in our society.

    SSI is Michigan’s Premier Biblical Worldview & Leadership Training Program for high school students.

  • WOW/Women On Writing:   WOW! is a global magazine, designed to support women's creativity, energy, blood, sweat and tears, throughout all stages of the writing process. We envision Wow! being a favorite watering hole for professionals, the up-and-coming, and the recipients of our labors--the avid readers.

    Our concept is unique, as it fills in the missing gap between writing websites and women's magazines. We are dedicated to raising the overall standards within the writing community, and devote an active profile within writing industry associations, organizations and websites.  WOW! is committed to excellence in every way, in our work ethic, in the products and services we provide, and in our relationships with our readers, contributors, freelancers, interviewees, advertisers, and subscribers. We strive to be fair, honest and courteous in all of our dealings.  Ultimately, WOW! hopes to contribute to the love, enjoyment and excitement of producing quality writing--so that the reader in all of us will never want for good material, in any form.

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