Tuesday, 22 August 2017

The Dangers of the Last Days


Is That like You?

Lesbian teens are getting pregnant more than twice as often as their peers

Statistics show that women who identify as "lesbian" become pregnant at a much higher rate than "straight" women and "homosexual" men are impregnating women at a significantly greater percentage than heterosexual men.

Monday, 21 August 2017

Are You Succumbing to These Common Humanistic Lies?


What is ideolatry? Ideolatry sounds familiar and foreign at the same time. I discovered an 1869 book by S. Baring-Gould, The Origin and Development of Religious Belief, in which the Church of England clergyman used that term. In 1873, ideolatry was cited by Fitzedward Hall in his book Modern English, where he described it as a "monstrous formation" of a word. It appeared in a few publications, but for the most part, it fell out of use for several decades. But over the last several years, it's begun to appear more in search engines. But even though it increased in usage, there was no consensus as to its official meaning.

In my view, ideolatry is the merging of two activities of the mind.

The first is thought. Thoughts originate in the human intellect and give rise to ideas. We choose to either push them aside or nurture them so they can grow and flourish. Ideas form the way we view life. Some can be true. Others can be false.

The second activity of the mind is desire or lust. These desires can be either broad or focused and good or bad for us. Our desires can push us toward moral, ethical and religious behaviors. Or they can push us to achieve success, status, acceptance or control. We may passionately pursue sports, material wealth, food or a variety of other things. Some of these things benefit us, and others don't. Sometimes our desires are so intense, it borders on worship, also known as idolatry.

Idols aren't just statues or trinkets. Things we desire or place high value on can become idols to us. Ideolatry is the blend of two words: idea and idolatry. The mind, will and emotions of man unite in thought to form ideas. Our emotions can stimulate an attitude of idolatry about a thought or idea. Ideolatry is the blend of these universal human traits that may or may not be founded on truth.

Ideolatry can be a way of thinking that elevates human intellect above truth. It's been said that your perception is your reality. But is your reality founded in truth or is it based on some errant perceptions?

Your ideolatry can have a vast effect on your view of who or what God is or isn't, and it can influence how you interpret what you read in the Bible.

Thousands of South Sudanese find refuge in Cathedral


As the civil war in South Sudan heightens, millions are fleeing their homes for safer ground, which many have found at St. Mary Help of Christian’s Cathedral in Wau, the country’s second largest city.

“Those who flee believe that even rebels still fear God and would not slaughter civilians in the backyard of a church,” said Fr. Moses Peter, a priest at St. Mary’s, according to IRIN News.

“Many other churches have also taken in hundreds of people,” he said.

Saturday, 19 August 2017

CNN Publishes Fake Hate List—Targeting Well-Known Christian Groups


Many Christian organizations are fearful for their safety after CNN published a bogus "hate map" concocted by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

"Here are all the active hate groups where you live," CNN's headline declared.

FOCUS expands to 15 new campuses this year


The Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) has announced that it will expand to 15 new campuses for the 2017-2018 school year.

This brings the total number of campuses with a FOCUS presence up to 137.

Thursday, 17 August 2017

London developer must build gay bar in new development, or it won’t get building permit


A U.K. City Council has ordered a private company that it cannot build luxury flats and offices on a site it recently purchased that included a closed gay-bar unless it agrees to include a new gay bar as part of the development plan.

Theologian Pia de Solenni appointed Diocese of Orange chancellor


Moral theologian and cultural analyst Dr. Pia de Solenni has been appointed chancellor for the Diocese of Orange in California, effective Aug. 28.

“Pia is an inspirational and well-respected theologian and has proven herself a thoughtful and humble leader within our Church,” said Bishop Kevin Vann in a statement announcing the appointment.

“We are blessed as a Diocese to benefit from her expertise, passion, and faith. I look forward to the many gifts that she will continue to bring to bear in service to the people of Orange.”

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Anglican Bishop launches scathing attack on 'lying, amoral' Donald Trump - and the 'Christian Right' for backing him

An Anglican Bishop has launched a scathing attack on the 'narcissistic amorality' of 'lying' Donald Trump, along withthe American 'Christian Right' for failing to recognise the president's traits before he was elected last November.

Nicholas Baines, the liberal-leaning Bishop of Leeds, launched his comprehensive assault on 'shameless' Trump and his evangelical backers in a blog post written in the wake of the violence carried out by white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, which Trump initially failed specifically to condemn.

Saturday, 12 August 2017

Liberal ‘Catholic’ outlet: Time is right for Church to abandon its sexual morality


An “alternative” Catholic news service in the U.S. that has fought Catholic sexual morality for decades is saying that under Pope Francis’ “new culture of encounter in the church” the time is ripe for a change.
 
The Missouri-based National Catholic Reporter (NCR) has issued a call for a “change in the church’s teaching on sex and sexuality,” suggesting that the Church must catch up with the times and change its “moral norms” on contraception, sodomy, masturbation, and in vitro fertilization.

What Causes 56 Percent of Divorces?


A crisis is brewing: With 68 percent of churchgoing men struggling with pornography on a regular basis, and 56 percent of divorces citing porn use as a contributing factor, it's time to get serious about dealing with this problem.

Pornography is breaking marriages apart, leading men into unrealistic fantasy and leaving their wives feeling hurt, betrayed and as though "there must be something wrong with me."

Thankfully, over 450,000 men are in training to conquer porn and walk in freedom with the Conquer Series, a six-disc cinematic DVD series designed specifically for men that uses war analogies to help them understand the battle they're facing.

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

‘It doesn’t pay enough’: Doctors want more money for killing people in Canada


Canadian euthanasia doctors are lobbying to be paid more money to kill their patients.

Complaints from doctors that euthanasia doesn’t pay enough have been in the media lately, with the Toronto Globe and Mail publishing an article July 4 entitled “Canadian doctors turn away from assisted dying over fees,” and MacLean’s Magazine followed up with: “Should doctors be paid a premium for assisting deaths?” on July 10.

2 Major End-Times Signs You May Have Missed

Though it seems Matthew 24 continues to unfold before our very eyes, more specific headlines have the hosts of Revelation In the News perking up their ears.

"A nation dividing itself. Technology infringing on the liberty of citizens. But are these reasons to be frightened?" Kora Chrzan breaks down exactly what is happening in the world and how it relates to Bible prophecy.

Watch the video to see!

Monday, 7 August 2017

Pope Francis offers prayers after deadly Nigeria attack


After a bloody attack at a Catholic Church in southern Nigeria left 11 dead and several more wounded, Pope Francis conveyed his sympathy to the victims and their families, assuring the community of his prayer.

In an Aug. 7 telegram addressed to Bishop Hilary Paul Odili Okeke of Nnewi, Pope Francis said he was “deeply saddened to learn of the loss of life and injury following the violent attack in Saint Philip’s Catholic Church, Ozubulu.”

Thursday, 3 August 2017

German bishops contradict Pope with ban on traditional order presiding at weddings


Germany’s bishops are defying Pope Francis’ authorization allowing the Society of St. Pius X to celebrate marriages, a new report says.

The German bishops issued guidelines for marriages in the Traditional Roman Rite, according to Gloria TV. The guidelines were reported Tuesday in katholisch.de.

Episcopal Church wins court victory in long-running battle with conservatives

Conservative parishes in America that split from The Episcopal Church over issues such as gay priests cannot take their buildings and land with them, a court has ruled in what could be a pivotal decision for future US Anglican fissures.


The Diocese of South Carolina, which contains around 50 churches and 20,000 parishioners, left the national Church body  in 2012 and is now part of the breakaway Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).

The long-awaited and complicated ruling means the diocese, which dates back to 1785 and was one of the first to join and form The Episcopal Church, will not be allowed to keep its $500million worth of Church property.

Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Pastor Celebrates Pride With Festivities That Include a Trans Priest


A Church of England minister has come under fire for holding an "LGBT+ Service" to mark the city's homosexual pride celebrations.

Revd. Canon Dr. Neal Barnes, vicar of Hull Minster, held an evening service on July 21 to coincide with Pride in Hull and the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offenses Act 1967.

Sunday, 23 July 2017

White House spokesman Sean Spicer out as Trump seeks to fix image


White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned on Friday, ending a short and turbulent tenure that made him a household name and the butt of late-night television comedy lampoons, amid further upheaval within President Donald Trump's inner circle.

While not a surprise, Spicer's departure was abrupt and accompanied other changes in Trump's media and legal teams, as an investigation of possible ties between his campaign and Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election widened.

After six months in power and still without a major legislative win, Trump shuffled some of his closest staff, parting ways with Spicer after naming Anthony Scaramucci as the new White House communications director. Spicer had been communications director as well as press secretary following the resignation of Mike Dubke as director early last month.

India’s bishops pray new president will defend rule of law


The bishops of India have offered their congratulations to the country’s newly elected president, Ram Nath Kovind, urging him to live out the oath he will take to serve the well-being of the people.

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Mike Pence says God had a hand in creating State of Israel, pledges to move embassy to Jerusalem


Mike Pence said that God had a hand in creating the state of Israel, as he heaped praise on the Jewish state while addressing the evangelical group Christians United for Israel Monday night.

The Vice President also promised that the Trump administration will move the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

How to Choose a Healthy Mate Who Does Not Have the Jezebel Spirit


There are billions of people on earth who are operating in the Jezebel spirit. They are charismatic, physically attractive, showing powerful leadership qualities and are attending churches while appearing godly, and yet are the biggest con artists out there. So how can you discern if a person is who they say they are and appear to be? How can you make sure that a life decision that is so very critical is not made into a huge mistake that could put your very life at risk? There are signs to look for that are very well disguised that you need to discern and not look upon the outward surface but to see in the spirit realm as to who that person really is behind closed doors.

Would-be bride turns cancelled reception into feast for homeless


Many couples spend thousands of dollars on their dream wedding. But what happens when you have to call it all off?

Faced with the question that no bride or groom would ever want to answer, Sarah Cummins and Logan Araujo had to decide what to do with the $30,000 non-refundable wedding reception they were left with after calling off their wedding for undisclosed reasons.

Monday, 17 July 2017

This Might Be Why God Hasn't Answered Your Prayer Yet


One of the great challenges with prayer is when it is not answered. A specific request may come to mind. We ask God why He hasn't answered us. But part of the problem with that is that we don't figure out what our response should be to the fact that He hasn't answered. Looking at some Bible stories may help and encourage you.

1. Mary and Martha: They asked Jesus to come, but He waited till after Lazarus died. Jesus' reason: Not yet, a bigger miracle is still coming. Abraham had a similar response when asking about a child. God did not answer till it was a really big miracle. What should we learn from those stories? The challenge to us: Keep asking!

Why the Modern Church Holds Tragically Inaccurate Views of Prophecy


The daily headlines seem to scream in unison, "It won't be long now." Something is going to happen that will shake the nations. That "something" will be sudden, dramatic, and irreversible.

Tragically many Christians today no longer even know what they believe about Bible prophecy. This is due in large part to three reasons:

More Than 100 Christians Arrested This Month in Government Sting


Homes. Graveyards. Shipping Containers.

These are the meeting places of the Eritrean church. Over 100 believers have been arrested in Eritrea during the last month, but Greg Musselman of Voice of the Martyrs Canada says the recent crackdown is nothing new for the nation.

Fifteen years ago, the evangelical Church in Eritrea was growing. "The government was very paranoid and they saw evangelical Christianity as destabilizing the country," said Musselman. "They thought the church would bring an American agenda to Eritrea and cause all sorts of problems."

As US hits refugee cap, bishops ask Trump administration to do more


With the United States government’s cap on refugees having been reached for the year, the nation’s bishops have issued a plea to the Trump administration to increase the limit in a time of a global refugee crisis.

Monday, 10 July 2017

Trump leaves US isolated on climate change, trade at G20

Leaders from the world's leading economies broke with US President Donald Trump on climate policy at a G20 summit on Saturday, in a rare public admission of disagreement and blow to multilateral cooperation.

Leaders of the G20 countries met in Hamburg with the US isolated on climate change.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, keen to show off her skills as a mediator two months before a German election, achieved her primary goal at the meeting in Hamburg, convincing her fellow leaders to support a single communique with pledges on trade, finance, energy and Africa.

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Health experts: ‘Transgender’ men will bear children within next decade


Health experts in the UK predict that men, and those who are born as males but who identify as females, will be able to receive womb transplants and bear children within a decade.

Doctors in Europe have already successfully transplanted wombs into wombless women who have gone on to bear healthy children.
 
Now ‘male-to-female transgenders’ are demanding that they be able to receive womb transplants too, at the government health service’s expense.

US Christians face surge in hostility for views on sexuality, study says


Christians in the US have seen a 'growing threat' to their religious liberty in recent years, according to a conservative Christian study that found a '114 per cent' spike in hostility toward the views of the faith group on sexuality.

The claim comes from June 2017 report 'Hostility to Religion: The Growing Threat to Religious Liberty in the United States', by the Family Research Council (FRC), a DC-based conservative Christian lobbying group.

High school hosts graphic ‘sex at lunch’ show for students


A Canadian public high school celebrated the close of its school year with an annual lunch hour “sex show” by teachers for students. The show included talk of masturbation, sexting, and oral sex. Teachers who participated were awarded a bottle of sex lube at the end of the show.

Facebook rejects call for a 'crucifix' emoji from Christian protesting LGBTQ Pride flag


Facebook has said it is not working on a Christian crucifix emoji after a high-profile Facebook post called for one in response to the social media giant's LGBTQ Pride 'reaction'.

Arizona-based evangelist and vocal conservative Christian Joshua Feuerstein posted the below image on Facebook on 26 June.

Sunday, 2 July 2017

The future of faith: 5 tech upgrades your church needs today


June 29 2017 was the tenth anniversary of the iPhone, and how times have changed. Apple's proto-mobile seems like a prehistoric brick compared to what it's become through its relentless rebirths – and we've changed with it.

As we now know, 'the geeks shall inherit the Earth'. Tech is no longer a niche, nerdy fascination: everyone's upgrading in a time when technology evolves quicker every year – and now it seems the Church is no exception. Last week brought the news that the Church of England is exploring a 'tap and go' contactless card payment system for church collections, to be tested this summer and hopefully rolled out across the nation.

Pope names Archbishop Luis Ladaria as Müller’s successor to head CDF


The Vatican announced Saturday that as Cardinal Gerhard Müller’s term as prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith comes to an end, the Pope has not renewed it, but has appointed Jesuit Archbishop Luis Ladaria to take his place.

Friday, 30 June 2017

CNN producer caught admitting media’s on ‘witch hunt’ against Trump


A CNN producer acknowledged in an undercover video that the cable news network has been creating fake news against President Trump for the past five months.

In a video released by Project Veritas, CNN supervising producer John Bonifield admitted that stories about Russia colluding with the Trump administration have no factual proof. Bonifield has worked for CNN as a journalist and producer for 15 years.

As TMZ reported, “Bonifield says CNN doesn’t have the goods, but its nonstop coverage (about Russia) is all about attracting viewers. ... It’s being covered to death for ratings.”

YouTube bans ‘Gay Pride’ video because it ‘sexualizes minors’


Two days ago, LifeSiteNews posted a story about a shocking video showing a little girl waving a rainbow flag in front of a nearly nude male dancer during a “gay pride” celebration.
  
The video was too offensive, so the “dancer” was blurred out. But it was important in order to draw attention to the super-sexualization of children through exposure to “Gay Pride” events, which often display full or partial nudity and provocative simulated sex or dance.

Friday, 16 June 2017

As Iraqi Christians await deportation, bishop points to suffering Body of Christ


Advocates for Chaldean Christians detained by federal immigration enforcement are in a race against time to halt their deportation back to war-torn Iraq.

US bishops vote to make religious freedom committee permanent


The U.S. bishops voted on Thursday to make their Ad Hoc Committee on Religious Liberty a permanent committee of the national bishops’ conference.

“The very idea of religious freedom and its root in human nature is challenged” today, said Archbishop Lori, chair of the ad hoc committee, at a meeting of the U.S. bishops Thursday.

Saturday, 10 June 2017

Combat the world’s elitism with inclusion, Pope encourages youth


Pope Francis participated in a Google Hangout on Friday with youth from around the world, emphasizing that “everyone has meaning,” even though the world will try to exclude certain people.

Combatting a world which promotes elitism and exclusion, the Pope said June 9, “you have a meaning, everyone … has meaning, you have a meaning, it is in your hands to discover the meaning I have in life, what I am like, with the potentiality that you can … and how to give this meaning to others.”

Sick Documentary Exposes What Really Happens in Occult Circles


The next bizarre documentary is already making waves, exposing what really happens in occult circles.

The 2015 Occult Crimes recently joined Netflix's streaming service. The docuseries investigates murders motivated by a lethal mix of mental illness, role-playing rituals and bizarre religious beliefs, according to the series' homepage.

Friday, 9 June 2017

Church Bus Crashes Near Atlanta: 1 Dead, Dozens Injured


An Alabama church bus crashed outside of Atlanta, killing one and injuring dozens, according to multiple news reports. The bus, from Mount Zion Baptist Church in Huntsville, Alabama, was taking high school students to the airport for a mission trip.

A post on the church's Facebook page says: "PRAY! One of the buses with the student ministry mission had an accident on the way to the Atlanta airport. Several serious injuries. Please pray for those injured and parents as they travel to Atlanta." Many people who live near the accident scene have posted on the page, volunteering housing for the families.

The crash took place around 3:30 p.m. on Thursday along Camp Creek Parkway in Fulton County near the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, from where the students were headed to Africa, FOX 5 Atlanta reported. The bus was overturned and a car was partially underneath it. Police shut the parkway down following the accident.

Mount Zion, a megachurch established in 1855, welcomed a new senior pastor, Kevin Moore, last month. Focused on missions, the church describes itself as "Partnering with the Holy Spirit in fulfillment of the Great Commission."

Venezuela’s bishops: President Maduro starves his people into submission


After a last-minute meeting with Pope Francis Thursday to discuss the dire situation of their country, Venezuela’s bishops said they have his full support in facing the trials of a regime they say oppresses its people to maintain power.

“The government has as a goal to maintain power at the cost of the life of any person at all costs,” Archbishop Diego Padrón Sanchez of Cumana told journalists June 8.

Thursday, 8 June 2017

Sign of the Times? Facial-Recognition Software Coming to Stores


I still remember my first crime. I was 6 or 7-years-old and was standing with my mother in the grocery store checkout line. As she paid for our food, I snatched a pack of chewing gum from a nearby rack and buried it in my pocket.

Plane Suddenly Disappears With 122 on Board


Ships and planes were scouring the coast of southern Myanmar on Wednesday after a military aircraft vanished over the Andaman Sea with 122 soldiers, family members and crew on board, the army and civil aviation officials said.

End-Times Expert Offers Prophetic Insight Into the Spirit of the Age

The left's agenda boils down to three words, Jim Bakker says.

"Tell a lie, tell a lie, tell a lie," Bakker says. "And people will believe it."

Eschatology expert and prolific author Joel Richardson says it all has to do with the age we're now in, which is reminiscent of Psalm 2:2-3.
Why do the nations rage, and the peoples plot in vain? The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord and against His anointed, saying, "Let us tear off their bonds and cast away their ropes from us."
"When you look at the Hollywood media, talking about, actually presenting the idea that this is a positive thing to behead the president, and that's just Hollywood," Richardson says.

"You have a culture in the United States that is not rational," he continues.

Watch the video to see why.

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

While the World Mocks God, FDR's Divine D-Day Prayer Still Rings True


As one of the most iconic moments in American history, D-day always gets media commemoration. But here's something that many mainstream outlets don't highlight: former president and liberal darling Franklin Roosevelt firmly believed that God guided the U.S. in its dark hour in order to preserve "our Republic, our religion, and our civilization, and to set free a suffering humanity."

U.K. diocese tells Catholics how to venerate pagan ‘deities’


A Catholic diocese in the U.K. is encouraging Catholics visiting pagan shrines to “bow” to pagan images and to eat food “blessed” in pagan rituals in the spirit of “ecumenism” and “dialogue.”

In its guidelines for visiting pagan shrines, the Catholic Diocese of Hallam run by Bishop Ralph Heskett, encourages Catholics to bring flowers to Buddha, bow to the Hindu murtis (image of the deities), and bow to the Sikh holy book. Catholics are also encouraged to eat the food offered to them that has been “blessed” in Hindu and Sikh rituals.

Pope Francis warns against flattery and deceit


Pope Francis said Tuesday that truthfulness is the weapon against the temptation of hypocrisy, which destroys the community with lies and flattery.

“The hypocrite is capable of destroying a community. While speaking gently, he ruinously judges a person. He is a killer,” said the Pope during his homily at Mass June 6 at the chapel of the Vatican’s Casa Santa Marta.

Mythologizing the devil won’t end well, Archbishop Chaput warns


A society that relies on reason and technology, without faith, risks forgetting God and making a deal with the devil, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput of Philadelphia has warned.

Saturday, 3 June 2017

Kabul goes into 'lock-down' after protest clashes


Streets in the centre of the Afghan capital Kabul were closed on Saturday as authorities tried to prevent a repeat of a demonstration that degenerated into clashes between protesters and police and left four people dead.

A rally against the government yesterday following this week's devastating truck bomb attack in Kabul saw hours of angry confrontation between protesters and police, who fired into the air to drive back crowds trying to cross security cordons and reach the presidential palace.

Friday, 2 June 2017

Allies Dismayed US Pulled Out of Paris Climate Pact

President Donald Trump on Thursday said he will withdraw the United States from the landmark 2015 global agreement to fight climate change, spurning pleas from U.S. allies and corporate leaders in an action that fulfilled a major campaign pledge.

Supporters of the accord condemned Trump's move as an abdication of American leadership, an international disgrace and a monumental foreign policy blunder. His predecessor, Barack Obama, expressed regret over the pullout from a deal he was instrumental in brokering.

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Disgusting: Abortion clinic staff tells child incest victim not to go to police


A new undercover recording exposes abortion staff illegally telling an underage victim of incest not to contact authorities and directing her to Medicaid so she can get a late-term abortion at taxpayer expense.

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Why women aren't choosing adoption – and how pro-lifers can change that


At 21 years old, Millie Lopus was pregnant and scared. A rising college senior at Loyola University Maryland, she was being pressured into having an abortion by her ex-boyfriend, the father of the child.

But after he drove Millie to a nearby Planned Parenthood to set up an abortion appointment, she recalled having “a silver of grace,” and she “did not set up an appointment that day.”

Monday, 29 May 2017

This is the first laundry with Down syndrome workers in Latin America


Three years ago the Church in Chile launched “Lavandería 21,” a new work inclusion project for people with Downs syndrome, whose results today far exceed what was hoped.

It all began in 2012 when the Archbishop Fernando Natalio Chomali Garib of Concepción learned of this successful initiative in Europe and the United States, and so he decided to organize one in his archdiocese.

Have You Fallen for This Unbiblical Motivational Quip?


The other day a preacher was sharing with a group of people who, for various reasons, were broken. Some were hurting from the effects of divorce or broken homes. Others were damaged due to years of battling sickness and various addictions. Still others had recently lost loved ones and were broken-hearted and searching for a reason. Right in the middle of the speaker sharing some very inspiring words of encouragement, he inserted a well-known phrase which most of us have heard many times throughout our lives, one that seems to become more popular as time goes by. The problem with the statement is that while it is intended to bring a positive note to a negative event or situation, it is a notion that is not only anti-biblical but downright dangerous and almost guarantees continued failure.

Friday, 26 May 2017

Trump appoints Newt Gingrich’s wife as Vatican Ambassador


President Trump has named Callista Gingrich, the wife of former House speaker Newt Gingrich, as the next U.S. ambassador to the Holy See.
  
Ms. Gingrich, 51, is slated to be the third woman to serve in that role, following Lindy Boggs, a former Congresswoman who held the job from 1997 to 2001, and attorney and Harvard professor Mary Ann Glendon, who occupied the post from 2008 to 2009.

1.5 Million Americans Refuse to Shop at This Discount Retailer


American Family Association (AFA, www.afa.net) President Tim Wildmon hand-delivered another 500,000 #BoycottTarget pledge signatures to Target headquarters in Minneapolis, after which AFA leadership briefly met with Target senior management about the retailer's dangerous and misguided restroom and fitting room policy that puts women and children at risk.

Last spring, AFA delivered the first 1 million signatures to Target leaders, who politely but passively listened to AFA's concerns over the policy. The past year since that first meeting has been a dismal one for the retailer, with revenues falling and stock prices plummeting.