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  • by Scott Ashley, Jerold Aust
For decades a battle has raged—a battle not for territory, but for hearts and minds. Whether you realize it or not, you and your loved ones are a target of this battle, and the stakes couldn’t be higher!
  • by Michael Kelley
Mass media wields tremendous power and influence over today’s society and culture. And often that influence is not good. In fact, it’s much like the false prophets of ancient biblical days.
  • by John LaBissoniere, Peter Eddington
Discover how contemporary advertising methods play a vital role in the Church’s commission to preach the gospel of God’s Kingdom as a witness to all nations.
  • by Darris McNeely
Do you ever get tired of all the bad news you see exploited in today's 24/7 media? You know the type I'm talking about. Today's news is filled with out-of-control celebrities who have more money than common sense. Every time you hear of a girl abducted from a mall parking lot, you shudder, knowing the odds of her safe recovery are slim. There are a lot of bad people today.
  • by Keri Sanders
Don't be swayed by advertising and media feeding you what is cool- use the Bible as a guide to make your own choices.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
We are a celebrity conscious culture. I read sometime ago that one third of Americans are obsessed with celebrities. But what about the real news that celebrity gossip denies the public?
  • by Jean Jantzen
Current television fare compromises true family values such as respect for authority and elders and displays violence and sex as the norm. But, as parents, we possess tools we should utilize to provide a decent foundation for our children.
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
What kind of magazines are men reading nowadays? For that matter, what are women reading? Look at any well-stocked magazine rack and you'll see seemingly endless glossy, slick magazines for both men and women.
  • by Jerold Aust
Modern pop culture is robbing children of their innocence while undermining their character growth by addicting them to random violence, filthy language and explicit sex. In spite of this subtle brainwashing, you can still win the war being waged against your family.
  • by Leslie Schwartz
Making a decision as simple as what movie to watch might seem trivial, but the main idea of this controversial debate is powerful. What we let into our minds determines what we will think about and dwell on, and shapes our thoughts and actions.
  • by Jerold Aust
Where do you find God and the Bible mentioned in the year in review? Where are the people of God mentioned, the same ones who have dedicated their lives so others could enjoy spiritual peace, prosperity and freedom? The media never made a peep about the greatest work on earth, the same work that Jesus began while He was on earth...
  • by David Treybig
Many who read the prophecies about world conditions prior to Jesus' return to this earth find them hard to believe. "Outlandish!" "Wild!" "Weird!" "Unbelievable!" These are common perceptions. But for those who have eyes to see and the courage to reflect, SARS should change this view.
  • by John Ross Schroeder, Melvin Rhodes, Scott Ashley
Watching as little as one hour of television a day can lead teenagers and young adults to engage in violence such as fistfights and other assaults later in life, according to researchers who conducted a study that tracked more than 700 young people over 17 years.
  • by Ralph Levy
As a reader of The Good News, you are probably disturbed by many of the values of the culture around you—and with good reason. How can we counter the degrading influence of much of popular culture?