Changing Hearts

January 28, 2018

Changing Hearts US
Week of January 28, 2018

We can help our teens understand God better


Pray this week for Massachusetts and Michigan.  May the hearts of those people come to the Lord to help us Return the Culture to Him.

Our fasting suggestions are to give up adding seasoning to your food, no salt, ketchup or salsa, no sugar in your coffee, or give up judging people’s hearts.  You can judge actions, but only God can judge a person’s heart.

Talk to your teenagers about God and the fact that He made them because He loves them.  We need to turn the trends of atheism and homosexuality that are described below.

Please continue to pray for healing for our National Coordinator, Kay Dodds.


Praise Point:  On Jan. 20th in Los Angeles, CA there was a “Walk for Life” which began at Noon in downtown Los Angelis.  Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department reported about 35,000 people joined the day’s activities. This is an annual event for Los Angeles.

Prayer Point: Operation Rescue tells us that in the forty-five years since Roe v. Wade legalized the murder of babies in America, 60,069,971 unborn precious lives have been taken away. May this end soon.

Praise Point:  The Trump administration announced on Jan. 18th that there would be a new division within the Department of Health and Human Services devoted to “conscience and religious freedom.”  This would allow hospital workers to opt out of abortions or transgender operations if they feel it would be against their consciences.   Praise God!


After three powerful encounters with the Holy Spirit . . .

The Christian Post reports that when Dr. John T. Bruchalski began performing abortions, as part of his OB-GYN training, he felt troubled.

The Virginia doctor thought he was helping women, but he slowly began to realize that he was doing the exact opposite.

After three powerful encounters with the Holy Spirit, Bruchalski said he stopped aborting unborn babies and returned to the Catholic faith of his childhood.


12 % of Generation Z describe themselves as LGBT or as atheist

new study released by Barna Group sheds new light on striking social and demographic trends: Teenagers in Generation Z (the 70 million kids born between 1999 and 2015) are at least twice as likely as American adults to identify as LGBT or as atheist.

While the latest Gallup poll reported Barna found that 12 percent of Generation Z teens described their sexual orientation as something other than heterosexual, with 7 percent identifying as bisexual. 317-496-6045 e-mail –

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