With the in-your-face display of greed and arrogance of the so-called pastors on the reality show Preachers of L.A., I began to wonder: when will black Christians wake up and say enough is enough? Although there are some white pastors of mega-churches who have a net worth of almost triple their congregants as well, I want to focus on the plight of the black saints who sit under the ministry of black pastors (and some white pastors) Sunday after Sunday and continue to live paycheck to paycheck.
After some years of attending mega-churches pastored by both black and white men and their wives, I began to notice a trend. These pastors would always tell their congregation – mostly non-college-educated and barely surviving members – that the way to prosperity is through tithing. Tithing was the only means to prosperity taught by these pastors. In fact, the reason for all that ailed the saints (hard times, sickness, and lack) was non-tithing (i.e., theft of God’s money). Not having a college education during the majority of those years, I felt guilty if I found myself in a situation where I could not tithe on certain Sundays. I would hear the pastors say, use your rent or utility bill money and pay your tithe; God will make sure your bills are paid. I would blame God when my bills went unpaid instead of blaming the pastors (or myself for listening to the them).
After I completed a couple of degrees and began associating with a group of financially intelligent individuals, I started to learn and apply sound financial principles. I then realized that my financial situation had improved for two reasons: more education (resulted in a better job with higher pay and/or promotion on current job) and knowledge of how to manage and invest my income. I also realized that my pastors never mentioned education or investments (other than investing in the kingdom of God) as a means to acquire wealth.
Live webcast with Pr Daniel this Sunday morning 5th Oct / Rise Up Australia Prayer in Melbourne this Friday 3rd Oct /’The Gift’ playing at CTFM Hallam this Sunday evening 5th Oct0 Comments Published by Office 2 September 30th, 2014 in Abortion, Australia, Bible, Christian Church Issues, Courage, Family, Gospel, Healing, Jesus, Miraculous Testimonies, Options + Care, Prayer, Rise Up Australia, Women
1) Pr Daniel will be speaking at CTFM in Hallam at the 9:30am service this Sunday 5th October.
Please note that this service will be live webcast right here at www.catchthefire.com.au beginning at 10.30am (AEDT).
2) For those of you in the Melbourne area, the next Rise Up Australia prayer meeting is this Friday 3rd October beginning at 7:30pm and followed by an all-night prayer meeting, which are both open to the wider Body of Christ for National Spiritual Revival, Reformation and Transformation.
3) We’re very pleased to invite you, your family & friends to ‘The Gift’ playing at CTFM Hallam this Sunday evening 5th October.
This very special play is not to be missed.
By Jessica Martinez , CP Reporter – July 19, 2014
Americans feel warm toward Jews, Catholics and Evangelicals but they are colder toward Muslims and atheists, according to a new Pew Research Survey.
Respondents were asked to rate each faith group according to a “feeling thermometer” ranging from 0 to 100, 0 reflecting the coldest and most negative rating and 100 being the warmest, most positive. The outcome concluded that U.S. adults are more fond of individuals who share their same or similar faith.
“In a society like the United States, where religion is such an important part of life, of how people view the world, how people approach politics — it’s one of the things that drives some of the very serious cultural disagreements we see in American society. It’s important to know how religious groups see one another, relate to one another,” said Greg Smith, associate director of research at the Pew Research Center, reports Washington Post.
Jews, Catholics and Evangelical groups received a rating of 63, 62 and 61, respectively. Buddhists, Hindus and Mormons received neutral ratings ranging from 48 to 53 while atheists and Muslims were rated 41 and 40 on the thermometer.
While there were varying factors for the results, the fact that Catholics and Evangelical Christians are part of the most favorably viewed groups is because the survey comprised of 20 percent Catholics and 32 percent Evangelicals. Continue reading ‘Poll: Americans Rate Jews, Catholics, Evangelicals Warmly; Muslims, Atheists More Coldly’
The Pew Research Center, a subsidiary of The Pew Charitable Trusts, has the means to sample opinion with unique frequency and on a major scale. It has used its funds to track Muslim attitudes toward Islamism in general, toward specific terrorist groups in particular, and also suicide bombing over the past decade . The most recent study, “Concerns about Islamic Extremism on the Rise in Middle East,” released on July 1, conducted among 14,244 respondents in 14 countries between April 10 to May 25, 2014, holds much interest. Pew summarized the overall results:
As well-publicized bouts of violence, from civil war to suicide bombings, plague the Middle East, Africa and South Asia, concern about Islamic extremism is high among countries with substantial Muslim populations. … And in the Middle East, concern is growing. Lebanese, Tunisians, Egyptians, Jordanians and Turks are all more worried about the extremist threat than they were a year ago. Meanwhile, publics hold very negative opinions of well-known extremist groups, such as al Qaeda, Hamas and Hezbollah.
In my reading, the survey makes two major points and also offers some lesser tidbits of interest: :
(1) The better Muslims know Islamism, the more they reject it. This theme pervades the poll numbers when compared over time. As Islamism has surged over the past decade, Muslim support for it has decreased nearly across the board, with the last year showing a particularly dramatic reduction.
Comment: Whether the issue be Islamism in general, views on Hezbollah, Hamas, or on suicide bombings, Muslim support is substantially reduced, confirming my thesis, first offered a year ago, that Islamism has peaked and is in decline.
(2) The three Palestinian populations of the West Bank, Gaza, and Israeli Arabs differ in many ways:
Of all Muslim groups polled, West Bankers and Gazans have the most favorable view of Al-Qaeda, at 26 percent; extrapolating from the incomplete data Pew offers, it appears that only about 6 percent of Israeli Arabs favor Al-Qaeda, a substantial difference.
Similarly,Palestinians support suicide bombing more than any other group in the Middle East, with Gazans oddly much higher (62 percent) than West Bankers (36 percent). Israeli Arabs again favor this tactic in much lower numbers (16 percent). Continue reading ‘Muslims Turn away from Islamism’
11th July 2014 Daniel K. Norris
Not being able to use the oven as an 8-year-old, I became quite skilled at cooking meals for myself in the microwave oven. Nearly every morning I would make a full breakfast complete with scrambled eggs, bacon and grits buttered to southern perfection. My mom was amused by her little chef and let me enjoy my little space of independence—even if it meant a little extra work for her cleaning up my messes.
One day I found a recipe for microwaved chocolate cake. For this preteen kid I might as well have discovered gold. I was incredibly anxious to try this one afternoon after school. I could already taste the sweet warm soft cake in my mouth with a tall glass of milk. When I arrived home that day I dropped my bags and headed straight for the kitchen and began rummaging through the cupboards looking for the ingredients.
The recipe called for cocoa powder (sweetened). We only had unsweetened but I figured cocoa is cocoa so what difference does it make? Next I needed baking powder. To this day I’m not sure I can tell the difference between a box of baking soda and baking powder. They look the same, so I put a little baking soda in. I couldn’t reach the sugar, but salt looks a lot like sugar and it was conveniently sitting on the table.
I mixed everything up, with the rest of the ingredients and popped it into the microwave, punched in 10 minutes and went to pour my milk as I waited for my fresh cake to come straight out of the (microwave) oven.
You can imagine my expectation quickly became disappointment as I put in my spoon and took a big bite. It was awful! It tasted like a mouthful of dirt. That afternoon I learned a valuable lesson—change the recipe, change the outcome!
Thirty years later I hunger for something different. Not for a natural meal that can be prepared in an earthly kitchen, but for a supernatural move than only comes from the fires of a heavenly altar in answer to fervent prayers. Our nation is in desperate need of such a move. No doubt, the days have grown dark and continue to grow darker. The only hope we have is found in revival!
Thankfully God has provided us a recipe for revival within his word. Like a family recipe passed down from generation to generation it is a favorite passage of scripture that is often quoted in times prayer. But I wonder… is it possible we are guilty of changing that recipe and thus changing the outcome? Are we trying to rush what requires time and patience? Are we substituting our ideas for his proven ingredients?
The late revivalist, Leonard Ravenhill said often, “We will live without revival, as long as we are content to remain without it.”
I see a divine discontent coming back to the body of Christ and hear fresh calls for revival. If we want to see God’s results then we must return to God’s ways. To truly experience revival, we must look to the pattern the Lord gave us in 2 Chronicles 7:14 and throw the following on to the fires of his altar. Continue reading ‘4 Ingredients in the Recipe for Revival’
BEVERLY HILLS, CA (ANS) – When Joseph Nasrallah was locked up in prison cell in Egypt, he could never have dreamed that one day, he would move to America, and launch “The Way TV,” an Arabic Christian satellite network that is reaching the Middle East, and his homeland of Egypt, with the Good News of Jesus Christ.
I met up with Nasrallah at the Beverly Hills Hilton on June 1, 2014, where he was attending Pat Boone’s 80th Birthday “Celebrity Roast,” and he was certainly a most unlikely guest with many Hollywood stars attending like Larry King, Jon Voight, Billy Davis Jr., and his wife, Marilyn McCoo, Susan Stafford, Wink Martindale, and many others.
The sparkling gathering was to benefit Ryan’s Reach, a charity set up in honor of Pat and Shirley Boone’s grandson, Ryan Corbin, who was making an amazing recovery and even attended the event. His mother, Lindy Boone Michaelis, helped to set up the group to help others with similar Traumatic Brain Injuries to Ryan. For more information, please go to www.ryansreach.com.
As the camera light bulbs popped on the nearby Red Carpet, I found a quiet spot and asked Joseph about the time he was imprisoned in a stark Egyptian cell, and also about his early life.
“I started as a singer and composer in Egypt,” he began. “I have cut ten albums up to now, and then the ‘media dream’ came to me when I was in jail in Egypt.” Continue reading ‘From being tortured in an Egyptian Prison to launching ‘The Way TV’ in California’
2CC Radio Canberra Link with RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah / Weekend special – Daniel leads dance with RUAP Team8 Comments Published by Office 2 September 26th, 2014 in Australia, Christian Church Issues, Courage, Free Speech, Government, Insight Into Islam, Islam, Multiculturalism, Muslims, Political Correctness, Politics, West
7/15/2014 Raymond Ibrahim – Charisma News
Why is the U.S. downplaying or denying attacks against Christians?
“What about the churches which were desecrated? Is this not blasphemy? Where is justice?” asked Fr. James Channan OP, director of The Peace Center, Lahore, Pakistan.
Members of the Islamic group al-Shabaab publicly beheaded the mother of two girls, ages 8 and 15, and her cousin after discovering they were Christians. The girls “were witnesses to the slaughter.” — Somalia.
“Christian teaching is extremely harmful to the mental health of the people.” —Kazakhstan.
Five years’ imprisonment and up to $20,000 in fines for educators if they…speak to a Muslim child of religions other than Islam. — Brunei
Along with an especially jarring list of atrocities committed against Christian minorities throughout the Islamic world, March also saw some callous indifference or worse from the U.S. government.
President Barack Obama was criticized by human rights activists for not addressing the plight of Christians and other minorities during his talks with leaders in Saudi Arabia, where Christianity is actively banned.
According to the Washington-based International Christian Concern advocacy group, Obama did not “publicly broach the subject of religious freedom” when he spoke on March 28 with Saudi King Abdullah, despite a letter from 70 members of Congress urging him to “address specific human rights reforms” both in public and in direct meetings with the king and other officials. Continue reading ‘Why Is Obama Really Downplaying Muslim Attacks on Christians?’
RUAP Media Release: Is the Islamic Council of Victoria a terrorist organization or are they true Muslims??1 Comment Published by Office 2 September 25th, 2014 in Australia, Government, Insight Into Islam, Islam, Multiculturalism, Politics
Media Release – For Immediate Release – 25th September 2014
According to Islam they are true Muslims.
Is Numan Haider, the 18 year old Muslim a terrorist or a true Muslim??
According to Islam he is a true Muslim.
Under Islam the Islamic Council of Victoria was right in refusing to call the Islamic jihadist a terrorist, because like the jihadist, the ICV believes in the same Koran, which makes them both true Muslims. We in the West call anyone who acts in the manner of the true nature of the Koran, terrorists.
RUAP President Daniel Nalliah stated this morning from his office which is in the same suburb as the Mosque that the Islamic jihadist attended, ”ICV is the same organization that took me to court in 2002 and tried to shut my church down for exposing the true nature of Islam. This is a part of their jihad agenda to shut people up, but thank God, after a 5 year battle we won the case and the right for free speech in the Supreme Court.
This is also the same Islamic Council of Victoria which refused to join PM Tony Abbott’s call to join ‘Team Australia’ and is now refusing to condemn this young jihadist, but rather trying to blame our Australian police and Australian government for his death.
You can try your very best to cut the branches down off a bad tree, but you will not succeed in destroying the tree until you deal with the roots of the tree. Islam is the root, and all Muslims are commanded to follow the example of their Prophet Mohammed who beheaded hundreds of people, and raped and killed many others.
We must stop political correctness right now and root the problem out. How long are we going to pussy foot around the issue?
Call it for what it is ‘Islam, and its Koran is the problem’.
Dead Islamic fundamentalist worshipped in a Hallam Mosque 10 minutes from CTFM & RUAP / Police officers ask Pr Daniel about the difference between Islam and Christianity14 Comments Published by Office 2 September 25th, 2014 in A Call To Action, Australia, Bible, Christian Church Issues, Courage, Freedom of Religion, Gospel, Government, Insight Into Islam, Islam, Jesus, Multiculturalism, Muslims, Political Correctness, Politics, Prayer, Rise Up Australia, Rise Up Australia Party, West
I am sure you would have heard by now that the Australian Police shot dead an Islamic fundamentalist (18 years old) in Endeavour Hills in the Melbourne South Eastern Suburbs a few days ago, as he was planning to kill behead two police officers and then post a photo on social media with the ISIL flag draped over their bodies.
Fortunately one of the police officers, even though he had been stabbed repeatedly, opened fire and killed this man. Both officers never expected this young Islamist to attack them.
What is most interesting is that this 18 year old Islamist worshipped in a Mosque in Hallam, the same suburb where CTFM & RUAP headquarters are located, just five minutes down the road ten minutes from where he lived.
Yesterday, RUAP carried out a campaign to visit six shopping centers to campaign for the upcoming Victorian State Election on 29th November. Teams of 5-7 people wearing RUAP t-shirts walked through the shopping centres in Dandenong, Cranbourne, Fountain Gate, Frankston and Endeavour Hills and talked to people.
Pr Daniel and six others were at the Endeavour Hills shopping center, which is right next to the police station where the incident happened.
There was a very heavy police presence in the area as we believe that the body of the dead man was still lying there from the night before.
As Pr Daniel sat down at a cafe to have lunch with the team, many media outlets came to get a comment from him as they recognized him.
But what was most interesting was that three heavily armed police officers walked up to the table and started talking to him about whether Islam and Christianity are the same and whether Jesus was after Mohammed or before.
By iqbal.latif – June 10, 2014
Hugh Thomas’s “The Slave Trade” and Robin Blackburn’s “The Making Of New World Slavery” sheds new light on centuries of slave trading. Piero Scaruffi in “The Origins of the African Slave Trade” writes that the civil rights movement of the 1960’s have left many people with the belief that the slave trade was exclusively a European/USA phenomenon and only evil white people were to blame for it. This is a simplistic scenario that hardly reflects the facts.
Thousands of records of transactions are available on a CD-ROM prepared by Harvard University and several comprehensive books have been published recently on the origins of modern slavery. What these records show is that the modern slave trade flourished in the early middle ages, as early as 869, especially between Muslim traders and western African kingdoms.
Sad and most cruel in fact is the Muslim Slave Trade, i.e., enslavement of Africans which is a big tragedy. It is not just Europeans who were connected with slavery, Africans were caged by Muslim slave traders for over 900 years, Africans from West, East, and North Africa were marched thousands of miles to Slave Markets as Men, Women, and Children were bound together by the waist and neck in a manner that if one died the rest could drag him hence the walks became the “Death Marches.” 20 million Africans died on these walks; it was erroneously said that it is God’s wish to see Africans caged as they were ‘uncivilized animals.’
RUAP Media Release: Former PM John Howard says he’s not a fan of Multiculturalism. Neither am I says RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah0 Comments Published by Office 2 September 23rd, 2014 in Australia, Courage, Education, Elections, Government, Multiculturalism, Muslims, Political Correctness, Politics, West
Last week on Channel 7, John Howard, a true statesman, and one of Australia’s best ever PM’s, stated that he wanted people who immigrate to Australia to integrate into our Australian way of life. He also stated that there are too many small, closed communities, which have resulted in people becoming radicalised.
Following is the Channel 7 link.
Well, we all know who he is speaking about, don’t we??
RUA Party President calls it as it is:- ‘Sharia Zones’ dominated by Islamist fundamentalists. Unfortunately, most of the so-called good Muslims tend to do nothing about the radicalisation of their communities, either through ignorance, apathy, indifference, or fear, as all true Muslims are commanded by Allah to follow the Quran and the teachings of Mohammed their prophet.
RUA Party President MR Nalliah stated, “Even though, due to political correctness the government and the press do not openly acknowledge that Multiculturalism has failed the West and Australia, they know for sure that what I am talking about is common sense. At least the Liberal government is hearing our voice and slowly starting to change things around.
When he came into power PM Tony Abbott abolished the office of Minister for Multicultural Affairs in Federal Parliament, and then renamed the Immigration Department from Immigration and Multicultural Affairs to Immigration and Border Protection, all within the first week of taking office.
My question is, ‘When will the Western media wake up??’”
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Very successful RUAP Campaign Meetings in Frankston, Victoria & Melbourne Western Suburbs with lots of media1 Comment Published by Office 2 September 22nd, 2014 in Abortion, Australia, Christian Church Issues, Courage, Elections, Family, Free Speech, Freedom of Religion, Global warming, Government, Islam, Marriage, Multiculturalism, Muslims, Political Correctness, Politics, Social Justice, West, Women
The campaign meetings held in Frankston, Victoria last Saturday the 20th September and in the Melbourne Western Suburbs on Sunday 21st September were a great success.
Around 80 people attended the meeting on Saturday and more than 100 people at Sunday’s meetings.
Several people came to the meetings after listening to the 3AW broadcast of Rise Up Australia Party President Daniel Nalliah with Tom Elliott.
These people who came were greatly challenged by the speeches delivered by Hon Geoff Shaw MP for Frankston, Lord Christopher Monckton and Daniel Nalliah.
Following are several media reports.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtzROGmpBMU&feature=youtu.be (Channel Nine & ABC TV)
Also attached is a photo that appeared in The Sunday Age.
7/11/2014 Rob Hoskins
It’s amazing to me how the Internet is heightening our awareness of what is going on in the world to a whole new level. Things all around the globe that have been cloaked in obscurity for hundreds of years are now coming to light, many of them taking center stage in mainstream media. Take for instance the case of Meriam Ibrahim, a Sudanese woman who had been sentenced to death for her Christian faith widely covered in media, like the May 16 CNN news report below. The struggle between Islam and Christianity has been going on for a very long time. Both faiths are “exclusive and expansionary”, often causing them to clash.
Little do we, as Westerners, know that to be Muslim and choose Christianity in some nations and contexts means giving up everything. There is a vast difference of interpretation between how I read this verse and the meaning it holds for a born Muslim who has chosen to follow Christ and is counting the cost of that decision: “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me” (Matthew 16:24).
By David French, CP Guest Contributor – June 26, 2014|
As Iraq burns, and the hard-won gains of American arms are thrown away in a bloodbath of severed heads and mass executions, more than 1,500 miles away from Baghdad a smaller, but also heartbreaking drama is playing out before the eyes of a watching world.
And just as in Iraq, the United States is humiliated, with lives hanging in the balance.
On Monday, there was a rare burst of good news from the jihadist reaches of the Muslim world, as a Sudanese court overturned the death sentence imposed on Meriam Ibrahim, a Sudanese Christian convicted of “apostasy” – of converting from Islam to Christianity. Married to an American, Meriam was imprisoned with her two young American children, sentenced to be flogged and then hung. She was free to leave Sudan, and it appeared our State Department was even working diligently to bring Meriam and her American family home, to free soil.
Yesterday, everything changed. According to multiple reports, just as Meriam and her family were poised to board their flight to freedom, Sudanese secret police emerged and re-arrested Meriam, detaining her and her American husband and American children after an “angry” airport confrontation. Our sources on Capitol Hill (and Sudanese media) indicate that they were snatched away with American officials literally present at the airport.
3AW News Talk Radio gives a fair go for RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah / Lord Monckton, Daniel Nalliah & Geoff Shaw to speak in Frankston, Victoria this Saturday 20th September2 Comments Published by Office 2 September 19th, 2014 in Abortion, Australia, Christian Church Issues, Courage, Elections, Family, Free Speech, Freedom of Religion, Global warming, Islam, Multiculturalism, Political Correctness, Politics, Social Justice, West
1) If you believe in miracles, yesterday was one of those days.
3AW News Talk Radio gave RUA Party National President Daniel Nalliah a fair go when he was interviewed by Tom Elliott.
For once 3AW did not cut him off. They actually invited him into the studio and let him speak. Halfway through the live interview, Tom showed Mr Nalliah that the switchboard was jammed with callers, which he said was unusual.
You must listen to this very interesting interview from (59:14 – 1:11:41).
Today at 4.30pm Lord Christopher Monckton will be interviewed by Tom Elliott on 3AW.
For those of you in the Melbourne area, please try your best to listen in and call 9690 0693 after the interview to add your voice to the discussion.
For those of you outside the Melbourne area, you may listen to the interview at http://www.3aw.com.au/3AWDrivewithTomElliott and call 131332 afterward to add your voice to the discussion.
2) Lord Monckton – Adviser to former PM of UK Margaret Thatcher (and now advisor to Mr. Nalliah) & RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah & Geoff Shaw will speak in Frankston, Victoria this Saturday the 20th of September 2014 at 11am.
Continue reading ‘3AW News Talk Radio gives a fair go for RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah / Lord Monckton, Daniel Nalliah & Geoff Shaw to speak in Frankston, Victoria this Saturday 20th September’
Daniel Nalliah on 3AW (693 News Talk Radio) at 4.30pm today / RUAP Victorian Campaign in full force in Bendigo, Sale, Hallam, Clayton, Geelong, Frankston & Melbourne Western Suburbs3 Comments Published by Office 2 September 18th, 2014 in Australia, Christian Church Issues, Education, Elections, Family, Free Speech, Freedom of Religion, Global warming, Government, Insight Into Islam, Islam, Marriage, Multiculturalism, Political Correctness, Politics, Rise Up Australia Party, Social Justice, West, Women
1) Ps Daniel will be interviewed by Tom Elliott on 3AW (693 News Talk Radio) at 4.30pm today Thursday 18th September.
You may also listen to the podcast at http://www.3aw.com.au/3AWDrivewithTomElliott
2) The RUAP Victorian campaign is in full force with meetings recently held in several locations and very good media coverage. In the past week RUAP National President and Lord Christopher Monckton (Adviser to Former PM Margret Thatcher of the UK) addressed meetings in Bendigo, Sale, Hallam, Clayton, St Kilda & Geelong.
People at these meetings were greatly challenged to Rise Up and take a stand for Australia. There were people from all walks of life, but all agreed that it is time to Keep Australia Australian.
Continue reading ‘Daniel Nalliah on 3AW (693 News Talk Radio) at 4.30pm today / RUAP Victorian Campaign in full force in Bendigo, Sale, Hallam, Clayton, Geelong, Frankston & Melbourne Western Suburbs’
August 26, 2014 | Joseph Mattera
Every church and/or organization has a corporate culture with norms, rules and expectations that pressure participants to conform. Some cultures are good and some bad.
That being said, there are particular attributes that characterize false religions or become the norm during religious decline in a true faith such as Christianity.
The Old Testament prophets such as Isaiah, Micah and Amos decried religious ritual that was without true righteousness, humility and love for neighbor (Is. 1:10-17; 58; Amos 5:21-24; Mic. 6:8). The line of prophets arose starting in the 8th century B.C. primarily because Israel had a tendency to focus more on adhering to the temple ritual worship of the Levitical system than the ethical lifestyle required by the Law of Moses as found in the Ten Commandments. For this, the prophets pronounced judgment upon the nation, and God dispersed the people and, on two occasions, let enemies destroy their temple.
We have the same issue in today’s church, irrespective of the denomination or expression of the body of Christ.
The following are 10 of the characteristics of false religious systems as taught by Jesus in Matthew 23:
1. There are onerous rules and regulations some call legalism (Matt. 23:1-3).
In the contemporary church, there are numerous man-made traditions and requirements that never arose from the Word, which have become an unnecessary burden upon believers. For example, in many Pentecostal churches the emphasis is on outward holiness related to attire, makeup, the cutting of hair, jewelry and other regulations. I have spoken to numerous young people who stopped attending church because these regulations made them feel weird in front of their unchurched friends. Fundamentalists in the past forbade any form of entertainment, including watching movies, listening to the radio, watching television, etc. These are legalistic efforts to bring holiness that have resulted in numerous churches losing their next generation.
RUAP Media Release: Lord Monckton & Daniel Nalliah to speak in Frankston, Victoria this Saturday 20th September1 Comment Published by Office 2 September 17th, 2014 in Abortion, Australia, Courage, Elections, Family, Free Speech, Freedom of Religion, Global warming, Government, Islam, Multiculturalism, Political Correctness, Politics, Rise Up Australia, Social Justice
Lord Monckton – Adviser to former PM of UK Margret Thatcher (and now adviser to Mr. Nalliah) & RUAP National President Daniel Nalliah will speak in Frankston, Victoria this Saturday the 20th of September 2014 at 11am.
This Victorian state election campaign meeting is open to the public and will be held at the Quest Hotel at 435 Nepean Highway in Frankston.
Mr Geoff Shaw MP, who is due to attend and welcome these dignitaries to his electorate, will speak on the importance of standing up for what you believe in Parliament and on being a voice for the community as an elected representative of the people.
Mr Monckton will speak on the importance of protecting lives, freedoms and the pursuit of happiness.
Mr Nalliah will speak on the importance of helping people who are depressed or suicidal, and on working to minimize alcohol and drug abuse in order to reduce crime and violence.
He will also speak on the threat of Fundamentalist Islamism and how to Keep Australia Australian.
This is a rare opportunity to meet three politicians who are not politically correct, but speak what is in their heart.
A CAMPAIGN MEETING NOT TO BE MISSED!
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Very successful RUAP campaign launch in Victoria / Media coverage / Lord Monckton & Daniel Nalliah’s remaining speaking itinerary in Victoria through Sunday 21st September2 Comments Published by Office 2 September 16th, 2014 in Abortion, Australia, Britain, Courage, Elections, Family, Free Speech, Freedom of Religion, Global warming, Government, Multiculturalism, Political Correctness, Politics, Rise Up Australia Party, Social Justice
A big thank you to all who travelled from wide and far yesterday to join us at the St Kilda Town Hall in Melbourne for the Rise Up Australia Party launch in preparation for the Victorian State Election on the 29thof November 2014.
The Aussie flag waving cheerful crowd sang the Australia National Anthem and the RUA Party song with great excitement and passion.
Around 100 faithful supporters, many wearing their RUA Party T-Shirts, clapped and cheered as the speakers Daniel Nalliah and Christopher Monckton delivered their speeches.
This event was covered by several media outlets with the links to their articles below.
Click the following link to watch a short video clip of the launch. Short Video Clip of RUAP Victorian Launch
Rise Up Australia Party’s clear mandate is for future generations of Victorians [& Australians] to be given “A FAIR GO”!
Rise Up for a secure Victoria.
Rise Up Australia Party and Keep Australia Australian!