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WATCH! Jihadi Fight Songs & ISIS Recruiting Posters in America as School Assignments?




Academic Assignments that Encourage Students to Sing Jihadist Fight Song and Create ISIS Recruiting Posters: Should this be happening?

As some have said the age old deceptive lie of “that will never happen here”, are now coming face to face with the reality that what “could never happen” is in fact, happening. Considering the tragic murders and persecution that is being carried out by the hands of ISIS Islamic Jihadists, the homework assignments in America that are reportedly being given to students are simply shocking. When a child is given lyrics of a fight song to recite, one would perceive it to be of a favorite school, or sports team. Not in this situation. As a mother, Nichole Negron was greatly concerned when her child brought home the lyrics of “Like a sandstorm in the desert, sending camels into motion, like how a single faith can make a heart open, they might only have one god, but they can make an explosion.” The lyrics were reportedly written by the teacher and then presented to the students. According to Anaheim’s CBSLA, the lyrics don’t stop there. The chorus reads, “And all those things they have to say, Islam…Allah’s on the way, they will preach them loud tonight? Can you hear their voice this time?” After personally addressing the local school board with her concerns, a statement of apology was given by the school board.  Where is the outcry?
Another assignment was to design a propaganda poster for a terrorist organization. According to the teacher at Utah’s Salem Junior High School, the assignment was “to help them understand how propaganda can mislead people…to help students understand the goals of terrorist groups and the methods they use to gain support.” What would happen if the similar assignments were passed to students about teachings and values of Jesus Christ?

We must examine ourselves. Are we engaged; or are we deceiving ourselves to the obvious signs of the rising waters of darkness and persecution in America? What we are witnessing in America is the similar activities of Psychological Operations (PsyOps) that are carried out in combat environments in order to break down and divide opposing forces. Be informed and educated about what is taking place right now in the schools that kids are attending every day, what we must do, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: values, Constitution, education, teachers, light, love, PsyOps, Psychological Operations, Marines, Fallujah, and education. John and Steve shared in this segment.

Journey of a Film Maker- God Will Allow You to Believe What You Want to Believe to Get You to a Place He wants you to Be

When one man had a burning desire to make cinematic productions, he began to see repeated doors open up, one after another, when he simply asked God for it to happen. From his own words, Brian Ivie, describes how an ad in the LA Times informed him of a South Korean pastor that was rescuing unwanted children. Ivie initially saw this as a gateway to a life of purpose when the opportunity to complete a documentary of the story presented itself.
Ivie shares, “I thought I was a Christian before I went. Because I was an America. Because I wasn’t a Muslim…I thought I was a Christian because I didn’t smoke cigarettes….” Ivie continues, “This whole deception is that we think we’re Christians because we’re not other things…” When Ivie arrived in South Korea, he realized that the story he came to capture was much bigger than he originally assumed. What he didn’t know was that he would soon become part of the story.
Ivie opens up about his encounters with Pastor Lee, “This guy was real; because real people get birthed out of pain. This is what we all look for. The reality was, Pastor Lee was a man who wasn’t afraid to be known, and I was…” As Ivie progressed through this journey of capturing Pastor Lee’s life, he encountered the reality of what Pastor Lee’s life was all about. “Jesus Christ became you, on the Cross, so that you could become Him”. Ivie’s expectations had been surpassed. “I never imagined what would actually happen when I would fly to South Korea; because I was going there to film a movie about saving Korean babies off the street and I had no idea that God was going to save me.”

After traveling back home and the movie production completed, with the understanding of the Cross, Ivie returned back to South Korea to create an entirely different film. “This time, it was going to be about God’s love and how He rescues broken and lost people and that they in turn rescue broken and lost people.” What Ivie captured can be fully seen in the film, The Drop Box. Allow your faith and understanding of Jesus’ love challenge and encourage you with the full story in Ivie’s own words, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: redemption, hope, love, faith, orphans, and love. John and Steve shared in this segment.

Have We Gone too Far with Alexa? Amazon’s latest Technology that Records Human Interaction at Home Responding to Request

There has never been a generation that has had so much technology at their fingertips than the generation of today. Amidst the continuous unfolding of new technology, the most recent development may grab your attention. Amazon’s Echo, a home robot, is not only technology that provides needed answers and knowledge when it’s asked, it also has a name: Alexa. When a writer, with The Guardian, got his hands on the recent technology, it was a few short moments later when the machine, who has a name and a voice, misunderstood what he said. His house then rang out with the audible words of, “That’s not very nice to say.” The ensuing emotions that this writer/consumer experienced began to be more concerning than the remarks from his most recent purchase.  In his own words, “I asked the machine for forgiveness.”

There is so much technology in our culture that it is too easy, at any one given moment, to have technology at our fingertips in order to provide the necessary knowledge that we are seeking. This reality begs to question: have we allowed technology to take the place of seeking God for direction, for seeking God’s wisdom and not simply knowledge? We cannot allow technology to take the place of relationships with people. God sent the Holy Spirit to provide the needed wisdom and direction that each person needs in life. Life doesn’t happen without tough times and we need the direction from the Holy Spirit as to how to respond in these moments. Even in the age of continual technological advancements, be encouraged to strengthen your walk with Christ, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: Amazon, Alexa, technology, Mount Everest, knowledge, abiding, relationship, and the Holy Spirit. John and Steve shared in this segment. 

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