Changing Hearts

October 8, 2017

Changing Hearts US – October 8, 2017

Doing God’s work will make you HAPPY!


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

Our fasting suggestions this week are to give up desserts all week or fast from complaining.  Instead of complaining, recall the moments of joy the Lord has given you in your life.

Tell others that our culture’s morals can change and we are the ones to change them.


Prayer Point:  May God bless our Teen Evangelization Training on Oct. 22nd.  Teens can go on our website for information and to register.  Space is limited so be sure a teen near you has a chance to learn to make a difference in someone’s life.  The event is Free.

Praise Point: Andrea Bocelli the renown Italian singing artist who is also blind was an agnostic until late this Sept. when he became a Catholic Christian.  Praise God for his eyes were opened to God’s plan for his Christian life.

Prayer Point:  The US House just passed the “Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act” like the one already happening in 19 states, but this bill is expected to fail in the Senate.  The statement from our President read as follows: “The bill, if enacted into law, would help to facilitate the culture of life to which our Nation aspires. Additionally, the bill would promote a science-based approach to unborn life, as recent advancements have revealed that the physical structures necessary to experience pain are developed within 20 weeks of fertilization. The United States is currently out of the mainstream in the family of nations, in which only 7 out of 198 nations allow elective abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy. America’s children deserve the stronger protections that H.R. 36 would advance.”


Judge Strikes Down Indiana Ban on Abortions of Babies with Down Syndrome

Prayer Point:  A federal judge stuck down an Indiana law which protected unborn babies from discrimination based on their sex, race or abilities. Judge Tonya Pratt, permanently blocked the law in a ruling Friday Sept. 22nd, claiming portions of the law is unconstitutional.  Last summer, she temporarily halted the law at the request of the Planned Parenthood abortion chain. After the ruling the Planned Parenthood and ACLU applauded the court’s ruling.  If the law stood it would have changed the way Planned Parenthood disposed of the baby parts.


Internet porn is the ‘neon colosseum’ of the digital age, expert says

When it comes to internet pornography, Dr. Donald Hilton, Jr. of the University of Texas Health Science Center said we as a society have to learn to ask the uncomfortable questions about our culture, why do we want to watch women and others being harmed.

“We have a neon colosseum, a colosseum of screens where far more, now, are watching people being harmed. And people are enjoying it,” he said, adding that in his opinion, “we’re no better than the ancient Romans in that.”

“In fact, in some way I think we’re worse, because at least they did it openly, but we hide behind our screens at night and do it, and tell ourselves it’s okay.” 317-496-6045 e-mail –

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