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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Sunday, October 26, 2014

GeneralHow Dead is Brain Dead?

OAKLAND, CA (10/26/14)—An issue dominating the news is a diagnosis called, “Brain Dead.”  This too-long awaited discussion topic has been brought into the national consciousness by a 13 year old Oakland girl named Jahi McMath.  She had gone to Oakland Children’s Hospital last December for what should have been a routine tonsillectomy surgery.

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

SocietyJERRY NEWCOMBE on Sexual Addiction

The strong arm of lust can capture practically anyone, bringing them into chained captivity. There they will never know a free rejoicing moment again. It starts with unguarded eyes, uncontrolled thoughts and lack of total commitment to values, integrity and yes, God. Notice the bizarre sexual crimes flooding through the news papers and evening news. Those who commit them are overtaken by a lust that has reached a point of never being fulfilled. They knowingly risk careers, their marriages, loss of standing and even death, as in the case of the homosexual who stated on TV when the AIDS epidemic broke out; “When I have sex, I never know if it will be for the last time.” Even the prospect and probability of death is no deterrent for those so totally consumed with lust that they have lost all reason. Conscious life has become totally blocked out. They live in a daze. RADIO HOST-TV PERSONALITY JERRY NEWCOMBE spotlights this tricky subject with wisdom that could possibly make people think.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

ReligionChaplain’s Certification Ceremony in Antioch

ANTIOCH,CA 10/19/14—During a formal ceremony held in Antioch Covenant Church, nine chaplains were duly certified to serve their communities. This followed classroom and field work culminating with the East Bay Stand Down, counseling homeless veterans who had been bussed in with a multitude of issues to deal with.

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Saturday, October 18, 2014

SocietyJERRY NEWCOMBE on Death With Dignity-A Valid Option?

Stimulating a wide range of discussions is the subject of increasing suicides and the new “socially accepted” version, “Death with Dignity.” RADIO COMMENTATOR-COLUMNIST AND TV PERSONALITY JERRY NEWCOMBE offers his enlightening commentary on a topic buried deep in so many minds. This analysis will especially appeal to fans of William Shakespeare. 

Thursday, October 16, 2014

ReligionGUEST DAVID LANE on Pastors Running For Political Office

This is a hotly debated topic that deserves attention since it is now discussed so widely. Especially as Obama (the most anti-God, anti-Christian, anti-church, anti-Morality president in the history of America), seeks to keep all vestige of Christianity out of view. He seeks to prohibit the name of Jesus from being spoken in public, even by military chaplains conducting chapel services or funerals. Now the big question:  Should Pastors run for political office? GUEST DAVID LANE of American Renewal Project, brings us the needed perspective on an important issue, an issue that quickly made America great after its founding, with the very thing that made America great now under vicious attack. This column is published with full permission of the writer.

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