Dove Broadcasting Next Week on Nite Line

The Times Examiner
Wednesday, November 12, 2014
BJA Students Visit the Creation
Museum and the Cincinnati
Museum Center
Next Week on Nite Line
Dove Broadcasting
NITE LINE broadcasts live Monday through Friday on WGGS TV-16 from
8:00 pm until 9:30/10:00 pm. The program features local and/or nationally
known guests who share their testimonies and talent. Our goal is to be an
inspiration to our viewers as well as inform them of Christian and community
events in the Upstate.
The programs are designed to inform and encourage viewers.
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Seventy-six seventh graders from Bob Jones Academy
recently had the opportunity to visit the Creation
Museum and the Cincinnati Museum Center. At the
Creation Museum, the students heard presentations on
the origin of the universe and what is meant by
evolution, watched stargazing and planetarium
presentations in the CM planetarium, toured the
various exhibits and rode a series of zip lines outside
the museum. In Cincinnati, they toured the Museum of
Natural History and Science—which presented much of
the same evidence they had seen the day before but
from an entirely different point of view.
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Suspend the medical device tax
and other ObamaCare taxes until
and unless they are specifically
Clarify that the law really means
what it says about subsidies being available only through State
Abolish the Independent Advisory Board (IPAB) and deny
any agency the power to constrain prices or spending in the
private marketplace.
What these provisions have in
common is six features that Republicans should demand of all
They return control of medical
spending and decisions to individual Americans, instead of forcing them to subsidize insurance
companies and social engineering
schemes. They stop the extortion
of money from all Americans to
funnel through devious pathways
to people behind the curtain who
do nothing to provide care.
They remove barriers to private
enterprises instead of erecting
new ones.
They impose no selective
stealth taxes. If Congress is to tax
people, it must do so through
transparent, constitutional means.
They do not expand the reach
of government into areas in which
it has no constitutional authority.
They create no new agencies
through which Congress can further abdicate its authority to the
They reduce the governmental
footprint on the necks of Americans.
It’s a long way to constitutionally limited government, fiscal solvency, and an atmosphere of freedom in which all Americans can
thrive and prosper. But we need
to take these small steps to begin
the journey now.
-------------------------------------------Jane M. Orient, M.D. is a contributor, author and Executive
Director of Association of American Physicians and Surgeons,
Rev. Ellen Harris Ministries
The Message of Life and Hope.
WGGS Channel 16
Saturdays, 10:30 a.m.
Hope Presbyterian Church
20 Sharon Drive, Greenville, SC 29607
(864) 232-1486
Sunday School ............................................ 9:45 a.m.
Worship Service ......................................... 11:00 a.m.
Larger Catechism Class ............................... 6:00 p.m.
Evening Worship .......................................... 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer Service .......................... 7:30 p.m.
Mark W. Evans, Pastor
Preaching the Doctrines of Sovereign Grace
Monday, November 17, 2014 - Danté Thompson and Pastor David
Smith welcome Reverend Nickela Poitier from the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice to discuss chaplaincy in
juvenile correctional facilities. Leng Soung and Rene Sharkey
join Reverend Poitier to share about DJJ’s local community
programs. Tyus Butler of Anderson, South Carolina, returns
to Nite Line to update viewers on the new direction of Labor of
the Field Ministries. Jason Lawton of Belton, South Carolina,
shares how Emerge Ministries strives to bring teens to Christ.
Ron Burdette discusses the mission of his motorcycle ministry, Disciples for Yeshua. Performing live music tonight is
Back Home.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014 - Donnie and Dana O’Shields are
joined by Author and Singer Georgette Crandall as she reveals
how the most painful moments in her life brought her closer to
the Lord. Reverend Carrol and Dr. Phyllis Davis take viewers
through the seven steps to sanctify, revealing the discipleship
tools that Christians can use to face life’s challenges. Betsy
Gray-Manning, a recruiter for South Carolina Youth Advocate
Program, returns to Nite Line to discuss this organization’s Resource Family Program. Kim and Mark Young join Betsy to
give their perspectives on fostering. The Grissops, a trio from
Travelers Rest, South Carolina, blesses us in song tonight.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 - Nite Line gets in the spirit of
Thanksgiving as Dave Walton welcomes the Chairman of Feed
the Community, Reverend Paul McKee. Tonight, Reverend
McKee shares how this event provides Thanksgiving dinner to
those who are hungry in Spartanburg County. This program
also features the music and testimony of Sandra Godley.
Thursday, November 20, 2014 - Greta Campbell and Gloria Moon
welcome Inez Hart to Nite Line. Karen Johnson of Elberton,
Georgia, sings throughout the evening.
Friday, November 21, 2014 - Join Gwen and Wade Hall for a
Thanksgiving service tonight on Nite Line. Paul Gosnell of
Easley, South Carolina, shares his powerful testimony of healing. Music is provided by Assembled.
*The Guest appearance is subject to change without
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