Toward the end of his life, Herbert W. Armstrong began to realize the critical importance of educating the young people in God’s Church. He initiated numerous youth programs in order to help young people realize their potential and deepen their understanding of the Bible—all to strengthen families in the Church. God’s work today follows those same traditions started by Mr. Armstrong. On today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show, Stephen Flurry explains why God pays special attention to young people in His Church.
Britain’s advertising authority wants to make it illegal to show gender stereotyping in commercials. Showing men and women in their traditional roles is too demeaning and unhealthy for society, the reasoning goes. Meanwhile, showing rape on prime time television is permissible because it’s “historically accurate.” Britain’s moral compass has shattered. The traditional family is being attacked on every level. What is the real source of this attack and why is it happening? We discuss this and more on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.
Since the terrorist attack near the Temple Mount on July 14, Israel has installed metal detectors to improve security of Jerusalem’s holiest site. These new security measures immediately prompted Palestinian leaders to incite violence against Israelis. On Friday, a knife-wielding Palestinian broke into an Israeli home in the West Bank and murdered three Jews in cold blood because of Israel’s “attack” on the al-Aqsa Mosque. Few in Western media, however, are willing to tell the truth about what is happening on the Temple Mount.
Also on the program, Stephen Flurry discusses how quickly the United Kingdom’s largest pharmaceutical company caved in to pressure after receiving criticism for refusing to reduce the price of its contraceptives. On this program, he discusses the importance of standing strong in the Lord against the pulls of this world.
While on a visit to London, Handelsblatt writer Gabor Steingart wrote a morning briefing titled “Visiting the Sick Man of Europe.” He described London as a city with a “severe hangover,” and wrote that a “huge, dark cloud hangs over the future of Britain.” 2017 has proved to be a year filled with uncertainty and tragedy for Britain. On today’s radio program, we discuss how Britain went from an empire ruling the seas to a second-rate nation headed for a shipwreck.
The Trumpet watches events in Jerusalem with more interest than it does any other city in the world. Why? Bible prophecy provides unbelievable detail about what will happen in Jerusalem in the end-time. The latest wave of tension surrounding the Temple Mount is yet another indicator that this city is ready to ignite. A conflict in Jerusalem will be the trigger for the fulfilment of the most dramatic, and hopeful prophecies in the Bible. On today’s program, we watch Jerusalem and explain what Bible prophecy says specifically will happen here before the return of Jesus Christ.
The situation on the ground in Jerusalem has been tense since the terrorist attack near the Temple Mount last Friday. In response to the attack, Israel set up metal detectors upon entry to the Temple Mount. The necessary security measure has Arabs enraged—some even call the move an “attack” by Israel. The Temple Mount is a powder keg about to explode! Bible prophecy says that World War III will be ignited by a conflict in Jerusalem. On today’s program, host Stephen Flurry interviews the Trumpet’s Jerusalem correspondent for an update on the latest events in Jerusalem fulfilling biblical prophecy.
In the very first chapter of the Bible, God says He made human beings male and female. Few people, even in the world of religion, have ever stopped to consider why. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry looks at why God made human beings male and female—and at the confusion that results when God-ordained laws are ignored.
With the Islamic State now on the run, Iran is shaping up to be the big winner in Iraq, just as the Bible prophesied. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry compares two recent headlines with what we wrote in the Trumpet magazine more than two decades ago.
A new study in Zurich found the secret ingredient to happiness: giving! Add this to a long list of surveys that have verified an ancient biblical truth. To give is happier than to get, Paul said in Acts 20:35. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry discusses this and much more.
United States President Donald Trump’s speech in Poland and visit to the G-20 last week attracted a lot of media attention. But he gave another speech and attended another summit that may be more important.
Mr. Trump gave his complete backing to a new initiative that will, in his words, “transform and rebuild the entire region” of Central and Eastern Europe. A new alliance is forming in this region—one that Herbert W. Armstrong forecast 60 years ago. Trumpet contributing editor Richard Palmer discusses this new alliance and shows how it will affect you.
Also on today’s program, we discuss China’s rise as a naval power. Two weeks ago, China finished construction on one of the most modern and powerful warships in the world. This week China dispatches troops to its first overseas military base. What does China’s meteoric rise as a naval power mean for the world?