April 2009
Lessons in prayer
Over the past several years, there has been a stunning increase in legal and legislative support for such things as abortion, homosexual marriage and pornography. [more]
Unbelief wanes
The mass transit committee of the city council in Ottawa, Canada, deadlocked in February over a controversy about God … [more]
I won’t before I do
Whoever thought of teaching abstinence as the positive means to a desired end? Scott Phelps, executive director of the Abstinence and Marriage Education Partnership (A&M Partnership) did. [more]
A world without children [more]

Pepsi produces another gay TV ad [more]

National Day of Prayer, May 7 [more]

Hollywood denounces God and applauds pedophilia at the Oscars [more]

Attorney makes perpetual Christian calendar [more]

We’re divided on Darwin [more]

Supreme Court will hear cross case [more]

County boots prayer over one complaint [more]

USF scholarship will promote gay agenda [more]

Court protects First Amendment, Ten Commandments [more]

Christian television special being stifled [more]

Priest poised to be first U.S.-born male saint [more]

Frontier preacher honored [more]

Family-friendly Sue Thomas returns to TV [more]

Waltons’ final season released in DVD [more]

A nation of laws, not of men
The first of three articles by Michael DePrimo looking at the three branches of U.S. government, how to understand their interworkings and how those interworkings may play out in the current administration. [more]

Quirky movie envisions Christian filmmakers’ call
Sitting on the front row among his filmmaking heroes, 19-year-old John Moore thought something had gone terribly wrong with the awards ceremony when The Widow’s Might won the $101,000 Best of Festival Jubilee Award at the 2009 San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival (SAICFF). [more]

Rethinking short-term missions for long-term impact
It is a typical rite of passage for many young Christians. Heading off to a foreign country and helping the indigenous people with needed projects around their village [more]

Entertainment Reviews
Me & You, Us Forever [more]
The Velveteen Rabbit [more]
Treasure Blind [more]
Wait Your Turn [more] 

Boycott – judgmental or judicious?
By Randall Murphree, AFA Journal editor
A few days ago, I received an e-mail from a Christian lady who believes boycotts are not a valid means of defending moral values. [more]

Stumbling toward righteousness
By Tim Wildmon, AFA president
As I looked at the photograph of famed trial attorney Richard “Dicky” Scruggs on the front page of my local newspaper recently, I was reminded of what the Bible says about greed. [more]