Wednesday, April 27, 2011

JMC Bytes--Easter 2011

JMC Bytes Easter 2011 from JMC Ministries on Vimeo.

Jeremy shares about the cross, how we are supposed to carry ours daily and how we are all those in the crowd and those who wounded Jesus as well.

JMC LIVE Easter Special 2011

In part 1 of our JMC LIVE Easter Special 2011 we discussed...Breaking News of the day as well as

Teacher slams Christian student in editorial; presumes he believes in 'ancient aliens, Loch Ness Monster'

Open Doors USA Announces North Korea Freedom Week

Paralyzed Bride Walks Down Isle On Her Wedding Day

Research: Oral Sex Puts Men at Risk for Oral Cancer

Conservative TV network debut in Canada

Anniversary Advisors Say King James Bible Deserves Congressional Recognition On 400th Anniversary

Salt Lake City Utah To Put Up Donation Meters To Help Homeless

Florida City Considering Banning Feeding The Homeless

It's Easy To Mock and Ridicule Jesus Christ and The Christian Faith But Not Others

In part 2 of our JMC LIVE Easter Special 2011 We discussed...

"Jesus" Film Remade In Japanese Anime Style To Reach Younger Generations

Church Bribing Worshipers With 3D TV's and 3D Nintendo DS's If They Come To Church

The Theif On the cross and how at one point in our lives we have been either one or both of the men hanging beside Jesus the day he was crucified. We have mocked him and cried for mercy to be saved.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

JMC Vlog Episode 22 "Miranda Of JMC Has Article Published In Local Paper

Miranda has her article that she wrote about a fallen Soldier published in our local newspaper the Chillicothe Gazette.
She also shares how she is now a news blogger for Active Christian Media.

Link to our blog about Miranda's Article Published

Miranda's 1st News Blog for Active Christian Media
"U.S Christian Should Seek To Imitate Christians In Persecuted Countries"

Miranda's Latest news blog
"Whatever Happened To Following "The Golden Rule"?

Monday, April 18, 2011

JMC LIVE 4-16-11 Lady Gaga Sings About Affair With Judas Disciple Who Betrayed Jesus

Tonight we discussed....

Breaking News of the day as well as Eternal Flame News Of The Week

Lady Gaga Sings About Love Affair With Judas The Disciple Who Betrayed Jesus

New Film Claims The Discovery Of Nails From Jesus's Cross

On 150th Anniversary Of The Civil War Americans Are Still Divided

Easter Eggs Are Now Called "Spring Spheres" In One Seattle School

7th Circuit Court Upholds National Day Of Prayer

In part 2 of tonights JMC LIVE show we discussed

Wells Fargo Bank to Put Microchips In Credit Cards

Miranda Caverley of JMC LIVE Article About Fallen Soldier Published In Chillicothe Gazette

7th Circuit Court Upholds National Day Of Prayer

Philadelphia Condom Campaign Targets Kids as Young as 11

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Miranda Caverley Of JMC Ministries Article About Fallen Soldier Featured In Chillicothe Gazette

April 13, 2011
Chillicothe Gazette
Editor, the Gazette:
On Saturday, Staff Sgt. Joshua Gire -- who died on March 23 in Afghanistan -- was brought home one last time.
As the procession came through Chillicothe, my husband Jeremy and I stood along Western Avenue just outside our home and paid our respects. From the moment, I heard and saw the first police car sounding its sirens, tears began to flow down my face, and as the police cars and motorcyclists passed with American flags streaming behind them, you just knew this city permanently was scarred by the effects of the "war on terror" that has been raging for 10 years now.
Near the end of the procession, you could see the hearse carrying the body of Staff Sgt. Gire coming. My husband, as a veteran of the U.S Coast Guard, stood in salute, and I watched as the hearse slowly drove past. You could see the American Flag draped over the casket, then the limousine that carried Staff Sgt. Gire's family toward the funeral home.
How do you find the words to express the sorrow and pain a family must feel in the face of losing a son, father and husband? It can be described only in the tears that are shed for those who pay the ultimate price for freedom's call.
On Friday, his body will be taken to Arlington Cemetery to be buried, where another marker will be placed along with the thousands of others to remind us freedom isn't free.
May we never forget our freedoms are persevered through the sacrifices of others like Josh Gire. For without their bravery, we would not be able to call our country "the home of the free."
Miranda Caverley

Read More From The Chillicothe Gazette 

I was actually very shocked to see my article in print.  I wrote this article to share on our Eternal Flame News Editorial Blog that Jeremy and I run. But after reading it to my Grandparents, my Grandpa told me that he thought that it was good enough to submit to the local Chillicothe Gazette newspaper.  

With a hope and a prayer on my lips I submitted the article on Saturday April 8, 2011.  Then today April 13, 2011 my Grandparents were visiting me and asked if I'd checked to see if they had maybe published my article.  We looked at the Chillicothe Gazette online and there it was!  

"I'm in print!" was what was going through my head and it was a dream come true!  When I was in high school all my English Teachers told me I should go to college to study journalism. Now over 10 years later, I'm beginning to think that maybe, they were right. 

Not only have I now been in print in our local paper, but I have also been invited to write news blogs for Active Christian Media.  Jeremy and I will keep you posted when I start writing for Active Christian Media.

It is amazing what you can accomplish when you allow God to lead you and get your own fears and doubts out of the way. The impossible becomes possible!

Sunday, April 10, 2011

JMC LIVE 4-9-11 Professors Offer College Credit To Students If They Join Protests

On Part 1 of tonights JMC LIVE Show we discussed
Breaking News of Day as well as

Ohio University Chillicothe participates in Fight Back Teach-In April 5, 2011 And even offering College Credit to Students If they skip class to join protests

Frances Piven and SEIU’s Steve Lerner, Working Together to Recruit Youth at National Teach in On April 5th 2011

Obama Announces He Will Be Running For Re-Election In 2012

Cows Produce Human Breast Milk After Genetic Modification

Time Magazine Editor Tells MSNBC "Qu'ran Directly The Word Of God, Bible Just A Book Written By Man

Japan: Tsunami Warning Cancelled After 7.0 Earthquake Hits Offshore Thursday

Maryland County Citizens Fighting To Stop Law To Make All Bathrroms/Locker Rooms Coed

Biblical Studies Offered To Junior High Students At U.S School

Soul Surfer Movie Tells True Story Of Young Christian Surfer Who Loses Arm In Shark Attack

Movie "Inside Job" Documentary about Economic Crisis In America Movie Trailer

EFN EXCLUSIVE! Alan Davis of Stop The Madness blog-2012 Budget Debate

In Part 2 Of tonights show we covered

Division In The Church: 42% Believe Bible Requires Tithing While 58% Do Not

"Bible Across America" Worlds First And Only Handwritten NIV Bible Published In 2009

109 Year Old Throws Out First Pitch On Her Birthday

Soldiers Death Leaves Permanent Imprint On Ohio Town

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Do You Ever Feel Like Giving Up?

Written by Jeremy M. Caverley

The road to success is dotted with many tempting parking places.  ~Author Unknown

So you say that you want to quit? Am I getting that right? Questions come and go about this in our lives all the time. Such as the can I do this or should we move or go. It seems to be a never ending cycle, but there is hope! What is this new path I speak of? It is quite simple, yet always complex to those who decide to walk in it.

Saints are sinners who kept on going.  ~Robert Louis Stevenson

 We as Christian tend to feel at times the pressure of this world. Trying to live within it yet not of it as the Bible says. So how can we make the proper balance?  Just like the two quotes above it is about a mindset that you don't stop and realize that we the body of Christ need each other to move forward. Yes, by grace we are saved, but still we need to depend on each other since we are the parts of something more than ourselves.

 Let us look at some scripture:

Romans 5:2-4 (King James Version)

 2By whom also we have access by faith into this grace wherein we stand, and rejoice in hope of the glory of God.
 3And not only so, but we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation worketh patience;
 4And patience, experience; and experience, hope:

James 1:3-5 (New International Version, ©2011)

3 because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. 4 Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything. 5 If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.

So I highlighted a few phases in each Bible verses. Words such as faith, perseverance, glory, tribulations, and hope. How can all of these words in two different passages be connected? It is because each is part of a network of things that start in a physical/spiritual realm and end up in your life one way or the other.

Let's start with Romans, now Paul was being accused of just about anything they could throw at him and the same goes for the Book of James. These are the foundations of Christianity as we know it. A group of people who desire Jesus Christ in their lives even when the times not only get hard, but also when their life is at the line for it.

Now I have to pause and say, why can't we mimic this more in today society? As greed, power, lust, and the things of this world continue to get easier access into our homes, work, friends, and family, and everything in between, it is no wonder why this world is so dark. Yet, still Jesus Christ loves us and wants a relationship with us?!

How STRANGE can that be? It isn't. You see God sent his son to die for us, not only to give us eternal life. But to make our lives right here on the earth easier to deal with. While we continue to walk in our flesh, everything and anything can go wrong and it will. Yes even when you follow Christ, it could lead you to death, but as you read the stories of martyrs across the world in present day. Most of them will say, I did it for the cause of Christ. Now I do have to say the average person usually won't be persecuted until death, but you get the picture.

In my 30 years of life, I have been up and down many times, but I myself alone made the choice to continue. Because I saw the bigger picture. When life gets so busy you can't see anything but yourself, that is one way you set yourself up for a fall.

KEY THINGS to keep you on track:

1. Daily Bible readings that help you read the whole Bible or work through a part that assists you in what you need for each day.
2. Daily prayer-Forgiveness, Worship, Requests for others, Requests for this order
3. Connect with your fellow Christians/finding an accountability partner
4. Attend Church

This list can go on and on if you like, but I will stick with these four for now. As you get older, the more medical check ups are required, the same goes for your walk with Christ. You can't be the "LONE RANGER" of Christianity and expect things to just work out for you. As you read the Word and pray it gives you the two way communication to not only learn about God, but also talk to Him, and if your patient enough "LISTEN" for His voice. Having friends in the body of Christ is most important so that you can keep each other accountable and still find people who can relate to you and have fun. This can be done online, in person, and at church. It might take some time, but you will find one soon enough.

So now back to the main topic: Do YOU still feel like giving up? Have you worked through the four steps?  If there is a certain area in your life you can't find victory over it's time you tell someone else about your struggles. Keeping things bottled in is never a good thing. Find a pastor, minister or strong brother/sister in Christ you can trust and share with them what is going on.

Proverbs 27:17 (New Living Translation)

 17 As iron sharpens iron,
      so a friend sharpens a friend

Having an accountability partner is something Christians need to practice more often. Yes, having a daily prayer life is good, but you also need friends who can love you and care for your needs too.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

JMC LIVE 4-2-11 Do You Tithe With A Tax Deduction In Mind?

Discussing Breaking News Of the day as well as

U.S Census Worker Bullies Couple For Refusing To Fill Out Survey

Signs Of Hope In Face Of Possible U.S Govt. Shutdown

Wisconsin Prisoners Wrongly Given Unemployment Benefit Funds

Widow To Lose Home Because Bank Wants To Talk To Dead Husband

Ohio Church To Build New Home For Family In Need

U.S Pastor Burns Quran Brings Protests To Afhanistan Leaves 5 Dead

U.S City Cuts Funding For Veterans Parade

Christian Student Sues School After Being Suspended For Sharing Faith

Technology Changing The Way Christians Study The Bible

Do You Give Your Tithe At Church With A Tax Deduction In Mind?


In Part 2 of our show we are discussing

What's a Congregation Worth?

Ancient Lead Codices May Have Clues To Last Days Of Jesus' Life

Halaynas Hope

Monday, April 4, 2011

JMC LIVE Interviews Halayna's Hope

Interview With Amy Jones The mother Of Halayna and founder of "Halaynas Hope"

Halayna is Amy's youngest daughter and she suffers from Mitochondrial disease 1 in 4,000 people suffer from this disease and they are trying to raise funds to get Halayna a service dog that can help her when she has a siezure.

learn more about Halayna's Hope and make a donation visit