SNBC NEWS AUGUST 13th, 2017

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SNBC NEWS AUGUST 13th, 2017

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SNBC NEWS PARENT ALERT: Disney Junior show features “two moms” in pro-homosexual episode.

Lesbian characters featured in children's show 'Dr. McStuffins'

Lesbian characters featured in children's show 'Dr. McStuffins'

The activist group One Million Moms and other conservative groups are protesting Disney’s latest pro-homosexual activities. The network recently aired an episode of the hit show ‘Dr. McStuffins’ that featured a lesbian couple. The show is designed for children ages 2 to 5 years of age and is part of the Disney Junior television programming. The episode teaches about emergency plans for a family and features two female dolls that Dr. McStuffins shows how to create a plan for “their family.”  Parents are criticizing the show’s producers and Disney channel for openly trying to indoctrinate small children. The show’s executive producer Chris Nee is openly lesbian and says she wanted to show families that looked like her own. One Million Moms is calling for parents to stop watching Disney channel (citing their recent blatant pro-homosexual message). Disney channel came under criticism again earlier this year for featuring a homosexual character in the live action version of Beauty and the Beast.  

 

 

SNBC HEALTH: Strawberries and memory
Doctors are reporting that strawberries are good for the human memory. The color of the strawberry is the key in this discovery. The natural color of a strawberry contains a natural chemical called fistein. The chemical is found in other fruits and vegetables, but in strawberries it has the highest concentration. According to recent studies fistein helps to prevent memory issues as people age. It also helps with memory retention and improvement in memory. Fistein is known to help with energy levels, brain degeneration in stroke patients, and helps with skin issues such as eczema.  Doctors’ advice with strawberries and other fruits to purchase organic fruits and vegetables when possible, and cleaning the fruits well before consuming.


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SNBC NEWS FOR LIFE AUGUST 6th, 2017

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SNBC NEWS FOR LIFE AUGUST 6th, 2017

U.S. Company announces microchip program for employees
A second company this time in the U.S. has announced plans to microchip employees. The company Three Square Market has announced they will pay for their employees to be chipped. 50 employees according to the company’s CEO have already volunteered to be chipped in the experiment. The employees will be injected with a microchip which allows purchases in the company’s break room, access to computers, opening doors, and other areas in Three Square Market offices. The company says that the chip does not have a GPS function and they will not use the device to track employees. Critics see the chip procedure as an invasion of privacy; some Christians have criticized the company because the method is similar to what the Bible calls the mark of the beast Revelation 13:16-17.  The passage reads in the last days that there will be a mark forced on people that will be used to buy; sell, trade and nothing will be done without this mark. Earlier this year SNBC News reported a company in Sweden announced they would chip their employees. Both companies claim the microchip is not mandatory for employees.

 

President announces ban on transgender soldiers in U.S. Military
The president has officially banned people who identify as transgender from entering the military. The president made the announcement on twitter just over one week ago, citing the tremendous financial strain these soldiers will put on the military’s financial resources.  The Family Research Council says that soldiers who elect to have sex change surgeries and hormone treatments could cost taxpayers up to 3.7 billion dollars over the next 10 years. President Trump says he made the decision after consultation from US generals and military experts. Conservatives and fellow Republicans praised the move citing the expense and disruption these cases have caused in the US military. LGBT activists and supporters criticized the decision as prejudice and say any American should be allowed to serve in the U.S. military. The Pentagon has referred all questions concerning the matter to the president’s statement. Experts believe of the almost 2 million soldiers in the U.S. military including reservists less than 1 percent (2,500-11,000) identify as transgender. The same estimate is considered for the U.S. population; out of over 300 million U.S. citizens only about 0.3percent (less than 1 million claim to be transgender).

 

 Swedish government criticized for sending Christian back to Iran
The Swedish government is being criticized by activists for sending a Christian woman seeking asylum back to Iran. Swedish officials are threatening to send Aideen Strandsson back to Iran due to the country’s deportation promise to Swedish citizens. Swedish officials recently promised its citizens to deport some immigrants after rising criticism concerning the amount of immigrants entering Sweden. Supporters of Strandsson say she will be tortured and put in prison because of her Christian faith. Strandsson became a Christian before she left Iran, but says she became more open about her faith once she left the country. Strandsson now is concerned that she will be tortured and jailed for her faith because Iranian officials are aware that she converted from Islam to Christianity (converting to Christianity from Islam is a crime in most Muslim countries).  Attorneys for the woman say that the Swedish government has told Strandsson the jail time is only six months and sentence, “won’t be that bad.” Swedish officials are now receiving criticism for plans to expel Strandsson, but keeping 150 accused ISIS fighters in the country.

 

SNBC Health report: health benefits from drinking coffee
Researchers are finding more benefits from drinking coffee in smaller and higher concentrations (ex. espresso). Research following several Americans found coffee contains many antioxidants that help fight cancers, contain natural antioxidants and help with issues concerning the liver. The research found similar affects on Americans of all races, between the ages of 45-75. Researchers did advise drinking coffee black without sugars and creamers. Researchers concluded that organic black coffee was more effective that coffee traditionally harvested or if cream and sugar are added.

 

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SNBC NEWS FOR LIFE JULY 30th, 2016

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SNBC NEWS FOR LIFE JULY 30th, 2016

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Republican party pushes to repeal Obama Care
Republicans are now one step closer to repeal the Healthcare Law. Nicknamed Obama care the law was controversial from the start due to abortion and other controversial services being covered under the healthcare law. Several companies including Hobby Lobby, and several Catholic schools, and universities objected to the law citing religious beliefs against abortion. The clause was removed in some cases with these companies, but most are still required to pay for these services. Critics also pointed out the cost long term for small businesses; forcing some companies to lay off employees or cut hours to avoid covering them under the healthcare law. The vote has caused bitter debates in the Senate. Vice President Mike Pence was the deciding vote in the proceedings siding with the Republicans. The president congratulated his party and promised the American people they would have a great healthcare plan to replace the previous one.

 

SNBC HEALTH NEWS: plastic chemicals found in boxed Mac and cheese Mercola.com is warning consumers about an alarming found in popular brands of boxed macaroni and cheese. Research during the study found 29 products all contained a chemical know as phthalates. The chemical has been banned from children’s toys due to environmental concerns, but still show traces of the ingredient in boxed Mac and cheese. Phthalates are known to cause issues with obesity, asthma, developmental disorders, fertility issues, and is even linked to autism. Researchers advise reading labels, and limiting as much processed foods as possible (mainly eating organic foods when possible.)

 

 

 

 

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SNBC NEWS FOR LIFE JULY 23rd, 2017

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SNBC NEWS FOR LIFE JULY 23rd, 2017

2017 CUFI Conference Wrap-up
Participants from Victory Christian Center attended the 2017 CUFI (Christians United for Israel) conference in Washington D.C. The group helped contribute to the largest delegation of guests from North Carolina in the conference’s history.  Participants in the two day event spoke received information and training on how to inform others about Israel as a nation and why it is important to support the country. The guests were also treated to a speech by Vice President Mike Pence. Vice President Pence assured those attending that the US Embassy will be moved to Jerusalem. Pence also spoke about the Taylor Act. The law will remove funding from the Palestinian Authority which has been known to pay terrorists for violent acts against Israel and its citizens. The CUFI event also featured a live message from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Palestinian Leaders cuts contact with Israeli officials
Palestine’s president has announced the groups’ leadership will stop all contact with Israeli officials on all levels. Mahmoud Abbas made the announcements on Friday. The decision is believed to be over growing tension at the Temple Mount in the old city in Jerusalem. Two Israeli police officers were killed at the site by Arab gunman.  Israeli officials responded by heightened security and the addition of metal detectors. Islamic leaders call the new changes an encroachment on Muslim rights. It is not clear if the freeze on talks with Israelis officials includes the coordination on security between Israelis and Palestinian officials.  

Christian World News: U.S. Travel Ban, News from Kentucky U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is expected to announce an official travel ban for Americans to North Korea. The ban comes after the recent death of U.S. citizen Otto Warmbier who died after he was imprisoned in North Korea. The 22 year old college student was in a coma and was released to the U.S. shortly before his death. The ban is expected to go into effect in the very near future.

Kentucky a federal judge has ordered the state to pay Kim Davis’ legal fees. Davis a county clerk was arrested in 2015 for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses based on her Christian faith. The federal justice says Kim Davis was representing the Commonwealth of Kentucky during the case and says the state is liable. The legal fees total over 200-thousand dollars. Davis’ attorneys say they expect the state’s attorney’s to appeal in the case.

 


Kentucky a federal judge has issued a ban on pro-life protestors near an abortion clinic. The group Operation Save America has been banned from conducting peaceful protests near a women’s clinic in Louisville, Kentucky. The area known as the buffer zone is near the patient drop-off area where patients can see the protestors before a procedure.  A representative for Operation Save America says the federal government is trying to trample free speech rights. The case is expected to be heard by federal courts next week.

 

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SNBC Health report: the importance of sleep and the brain. A Study published in Neurology Magazine reports the importance of getting a good night’s sleep and its affect on the brain. According to the study, sleep helps the brain to cleanse neurotoxins and helps eliminate other health problems. Doctors mainly did the research in reference to Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. Doctors found no link to these illnesses, but stress that healthy activities, eating healthy foods and getting enough rest helps prevent illnesses that affect the memory and the brain. Researchers also report exercise, eating healthy foods and getting enough sleep help fuel the brain. The average adult is recommended 7-9 hours of sleep per night or if your schedule is different 7-9 hours of sleep during your time of rest is recommended.

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SNBC NEWS FOR LIFE JULY 16th, 2017

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SNBC NEWS FOR LIFE JULY 16th, 2017

U.S. Lawmakers define biological gender as standard in law cases
The U.S. House Committee on Judiciary has announced they will prohibit the terms sex and gender in cases to only biological gender. The move is to protect those who do not agree with LGBT activists’ definition of gender. Most activists are pushing for civil rights laws to include gender identity. Lawmakers say the newly introduced legislation will reflect the original idea of the writers of the Civil Rights legislation. The original intent of these laws was to protect individuals based on race, religion and to protect biological women and girls from discrimination. Laws such as Title IX were previously used by the Obama Administration through the Department of Education to schools and public facilities to allow students who identified with the opposite sex into the facilities regardless of their biological gender. The decision was based on the person's gender identity instead.

 

Christian immigrants’ numbers grow in U.S. under current Administration
The Trump Administration is being praised for its work to allow more Christian refugees into the United States. According to a recent Pew Research Center report; the report shows 9,500 refugees granted admission into the U.S.  Identify as Christians compared to 7,200 that identified as Muslim. The poll also reports 50 of refugees are Christians entering the US compared to 38 percent Muslims. The poll is a major difference compared to a record breaking number of Muslim immigrants that entered the country in 2016.

 

 Israeli Tourism grows record numbers Israeli
Tourism Ministry is reporting record breaking tourism for the first six months of 2017. The ministry is reporting a 26 percent hike in tourists to the nation. The increase in tourists totals 1.7 million tourists to Israel between January to June. The number also includes a 76 percent jump in tourists from China, 30 percent increase from Russia, and 20 percent increase from the U.S. The ministry reports that June also saw an increase of 28.4 percent (303-thousand visitors). The Ministry of Tourism says part of the increase is due to the 50 anniversary of the Six Day War. The war which Israeli troops won united the Jewish nation under a Jewish government for the first time in 2-thousand years.   The increase in tourism resulted in 9.4 billion dollars for the nation of Israel.

 

SNBC Health report: artificial sugar affects the brain and the body
According to recent research from three different research facilities, artificial sweeteners affect the brain, the heart and causes weight issues. Researchers report sugar is the main cause of several issues in US adults and can be hidden in a variety of foods. The report shows 71 percent of adults in the US are considered overweight or obese and researchers blame the majority of these cased on artificial sugars. These sweeteners are also blamed on increased risk of dementia, stroke, and weight gain. Researchers advise limiting processed foods, artificial sugars, reading labels and eating whole foods to curb an appetite for sugar.

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