GOSPEL INSIGHTS MONTHLY NEWSLETTER

November 3, 2019

The Church is divided on many issues but choosing life and helping those in need should not be issues that divide the Church. We are commanded to obey the word of God. We are commanded to choose life. We are commanded to help those in need. We are commanded to feed those who are hungry, to provide shelter to those that are homeless. We are commanded to visit the sick and those who are in prison. The Christian walk is a personal walk and each of us have to walk it all by ourselves. We can't blame our parents, our government or our friends. We know what the word of God declares about loving our neighbors, fornication, adultery, lying, gossip and helping those in need. The question is, what is your response to God's word? Are you obedient or are you one of many who receive Jesus as their Savior but reject him as the Lord?

Jesus said: “Any kingdom divided against itself will be ruined, and a house divided against itself will fall” yet the same writer, Luke...

September 3, 2019

There are many men that identify as transgender incarcerated in prisons all across America who fear their bodies will change because they will not be able to receive hormone treatments once they enter the prison system. “Once the treatment has begun, it needs to continue for life to prevent reversion.”[1] This issue has become a serious problem for correctional staff and officers specifically as it pertains to classification and medical issues. The problems are even more prevalent in progressive states. A major issue facing the state of California is male inmates that identify as transgender. Some inmates have informed staff doctors of their desire to transition into females and have even taken legal action in an effort to force the state to finance the surgery (Guerra, 2015). While others allege correction officials have not taken any corrective measures to prevent them from being raped by other inmates. Yet, every prison located in the state of California claim they are adhering to t...

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