Rev. Austin Miles, a chaplain in Northern California is a writer and historian. He is the author of Santa's Surprising Origins, a story that received worldwide circulation and resulted in him being cast in the 2004 Hallmark Christmas Movie titled, Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus. He played the mall Santa who magically received the gift of sign language.

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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

MilesTonesUPDATE! Chicken Trial Moves To Final Round January 26th

The Great Chicken Trial of Brentwood is nearing its final hearing in what has been described as the REAL ‘Trial of the Century’ (not OJs in his Brentwood, but the one here in the East Bay of Northern California). The incident started over a young woman who kept two hens in her backyard, which outraged a neighbor who charged the hens with poop-bombing HER yard which would bring fatal diseases into her house and throughout the neighborhood…

Saturday, January 16, 2010

ReligionUnity In The Church Not Easy To Find

Unity is a challenging issue for Christian churches, since they haven’t been able to agree on one single thing since their founding 2000 years ago. Indeed, it wasn’t that long in the space of history from its inception that the original church split into two factions, Catholic and Orthodox and from there, off it went. It could all have been prevented if “called ministers of God” would honor God and His Word as true and the ultimate authority, instead of trying to shape it all in their image to please the itching ears of their congregations….

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

ReligionGood News! California Christian Paper Goes International!

Many would imagine that a Christian Newspaper in California would be as popular as a black widow spider with buck teeth. California is known as the ultimate Progressive State. However, America’s Good News has crashed through that barrier in the Bay Area with a circulation of 39,000 (and growing) in the northern part of the state.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

MilesTonesBREAKING!  Update on The Great Chicken Trial of Brentwood

The Great Chicken Trial of Brentwood (see story on this website) has egged on the nation to arise and set…to push Rights For Hens! The Brentwood incident started over a woman who kept two hens in her backyard which outraged a neighbor who charged the hens with poop-bombing HER yard which would bring fatal diseases into her house and throughout the neighborhood. The dispute was heard before the Brentwood planning Commission which spurred the nation to action. At the same time, a similar case was brought in Oakland where the hens won…YES…and resulted in Oakland declaring itself a “Chicken Friendly City.” As reported by the Contra Costa Times (1/10/10), since the declaration the sounds of saws and hammers can be heard in the backyards of Oakland as everyone is now building chicken coops. California has finally advanced….fumbling dems…dotted lines…and more…

Sunday, January 10, 2010

MilesTonesSaturday Night Special-Global Warming-No Pants Subway Day-Sex Education-Gore’s Oscar and More

Brrr! Al Gore’s Global Warming is about to freeze us to death. Even hearty Germans are shivering in the the coldest climate seen in 25 years. All of Florida is freezing. Yes, Ireland and Scotland too. But not to worry. Gore’s global tax supporters in the scientific community have issued a statement that the chilling temperatures and record snow falls are directly connected to the effects of global warming. (!)  That should clear things up. And coming up, No Pants Subway Day—Sex Education—Gore’s Oscar and more…..

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