Is there a specific business or organization you would like to see reviewed? Want to share some of your experiences – positive and negative – with companies? Feel free to leave suggestions here, and we'll get back to you.
MiracleFilms.com has just completed and is releasing the TV special "Celebrity Miracles" and I would love a review! Blessings, Leslie Mc Ray I can send it in an email or forward a DVD.
Sudan is the largest exporter of gum arabic and the US is an importer of this product from them. Our purchase of this product is planned to be a record in 2014. As you know Sudan has sentenced a pregnant Sudanese woman to be flogged and hanged for marrying a Christian man and refusing to renounce her Christian faith If you can do some research it might be possible that we can call upon US and international companies to intercede on this woman's behalf whose plight is certainly a travesty against all Christians.
There are so many banks out there at this point and time. Would you please evaluate the Banking industry and let us know which ones stand up to our Christian values so that we can support them. Right now, it is difficult to know who is who. Thank you and God Bless you for what you do.
Over the weekend, the Director confirmed the character Go bee voiced by Craig Ferguson came out as gay for this PG movie. As a result of this decision, I will not be taking my child to see this movie. on other blogs, parents were disappointed that this behavior is being marketed in kids movies and they, too, voiced their non-support for this movie.
please share so we can be united not to support this movie.
Suggest a similar stance as that taken in regards to HGTV. I'm a 30+ year fan, but the celebration of a homosexual player and attempt to silence those voicing criticism and concerns suggests action by the Christian community.
I heard about you on "In the Market" today so I came to see what's all the hubbub. I agree with your concept and will see if I can support you.
I would already like to see something changed;
I noticed you not capitalizing the B in Bible. Is it not God's sacred and holy text? Doesn't it deserve to be capitalized in all usages? Are not the rules of capitalization in agreement with me?
Please ensure the noun 'bible' is capitalized in all references to the Christian Bible.
Thanks so much.
Thank you that you have started this category. I hope that you will continue to research and evaluate to cover more, esp. since these are big ticket items.
Please let your followers know about PluggedInOnline.org. Sponsored by Focus on the Family, it provides thorough reviews on movies, music, videos, tv, games, books, etc. from a biblical perspective.
Can you do a review of "Frozen" please? That movie has witchcraft in it. It also sends a dangerous message to little girls saying, "I don't need a man in my life." However, the love between sisters is nice. That's probably the only good thing about "Frozen."
Disney movies in general send humanist and misleading messages like, "Anything your heart desires will come true." ("Pinnochio" - When you wish upon a star). The Lion King and Pocahantus spreads the native American religion that God is the trees, God is the wind. Look at the deeper in these Disney movies, and you'll see that the messages are not of The One True God. The messages are humanist, full of witchcraft, and deeply secular. Disney has always leaned against a Biblical worldview in my opinion. I'm sure Disney has done humanly good philanthropy projects, but they do not believe in God. At least from the movies I've seen.
Today, my husband was wondering if any of the authors he reads are Christian. He also wonders if there are such book genres as Christian Sci-Fi. He doubts it because he's found that most sci-fi books are either mainly humanist or leaning against a Biblical worldview. However, these things would be good to list for the website.
I never really thought about it until this story:
Now I think we should take a hard look at their politics and charity work.
Recently NBC has allowed programming to air in which both Christ's name and Gods name have been used in a derogatory fashion.
In a recent episode of Revlolution 'Exposition Boulevard' at 4 minutes into the episode the characters 'monroe' and 'charlie' are walking down the path 'monroe' says something about charlie 'banging his son' and Charlie says under her breath 'Jesus'.
In a recent episode of Parks and Recreation 'Anniversaries' I believe the Leslie character says 'Oh my Fing god' at the end of the episode.
In a 60 minutes episode from Fall 2013 on a story about crocodiles Anderson Cooper says 'Jesus Christ'.
This trend to using the Lords name as a cuss word would have been unheard of 10 years ago but is becoming more and more prevalent. Please write these stations when you hear this happening so they know that Christians will not stand idly by on the side lines.
In Canada, it is likely too late, and the Canadian Radio and Television Broadcast Corporation regularly shoots down these types of complaints saying it is no longer considered swearing or derogatory language.
Please Christians in the US stand up for this or your children will be exposed to this language on a regular basis before you know it!
May I suggest we create a petition asking the Walt Disney Company to reinstate funding the Boy Scouts of America in Florida? If you are not aware, Walt Disney had a program where its employee through their own efforts could generate money that Disney would donate to a certain charitable organization. Since the Boy Scouts does not allow gay leaders, Walt Disney has removed it from the list of organizations that can receive funds. This decision harms an organization that instills positive values and diminishes the "moral/religious" voice of Disney employees. Please support the idea of petition similar to what was done to A&E with Duck Dynasty. WE NEED TO LET THEM KNOW HOW WE FEEL. Here is the story: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2014/03/02/disney-to-end-boy-scouts-funding-over-gay-policy/ Fight the good fight!
I like the Hy-vee grocery store for it's low prices and especially for it's health market and large produce section. I know they support Susan G. Komen though. What a shame!
If cannot speak about the whole company. I can telL you that the Culver's in my community (Reynoldsburg, Ohio) is owners by someone in my church. The gentleman who owns it is always helping at our church, in the community. He runs an honest business and always offers 10% off on Sundays with AnyChurch bulletin from any Church. I have been to many locations around the country, and have always had excellent service At every location. I have not found anything specific on their web site about Christian Values, they do live them in there service to the customers.
I just agreed with a statement that was written with strongly biased language. This is not entirely "bad", but I would have appreciated the opportunity to comment as well. I do agree that the Noah movie should not infer that Noah was crazy or that he was driven by environmental concern rather than God's choice to flood the earth to judge the sin of men, HOWEVER: I also feel that I should be able to respond to survey questions that are more well written, or comment to clarify my response. I am assuming that everything the preview groups had to say about the Noah movie is accurate. After all, I haven't had the opportunity to see it for myself yet. I also think that as faith based consumers, we need to think for ourselves. Any sincere attempt by Hollywood to provide more elevated, even Biblically based entertainment, should be encouraged, not decimated. The fact is, movies, along with any creative expression are going to reflect the heart of the person creating it. If they are not Christian, I think it is unreasonable to expect the entertainment they produce to reflect truly Judeo-Christian viewpoints without any variance. I think we need to be careful not to be overly negative. After all, this is a means of entertainment, not a theology or believers class at church. Isn't is good that at least the attempt is being made, opening avenues for discussion among both believers and non-believers. Perhaps the "controversy" over the movie will inspire a few who have never read Noah's account in the Bible to read it for themselves for the first time ever, to discover the differences? I would hate to see Christians avoiding the movie just because a few previewed audiences had a problem with portions of the movie. Maybe I will have the same issues, but at least it will open a door to discuss topics with non-christian friends that would not have been there without this movie.Maybe if we view the movie as it actually is, a fictional depiction loosely based on the non-fictional Noah, not as a historical account, we will find it a useful tool. If we really need Hollywood to express the exact heart, meaning, and theology in order to consume the product, I think we will be abstaining from movies entirely until our Lord's return.