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  • GenJ Students Become Advocates for Freedom

    August 8, 2016 by User Not Found

    Greetings, fellow GenJers! I am the current treasurer for the GenJ Club of Jacksonville. Last week, our club met with Florida Senator Aaron Bean to explain what Generation Joshua does, and to lobby him on eliminating Common Core in Florida. Read more

  • Christian Response to Recent Shootings

    July 8, 2016 by User Not Found

    We who are believers need to call our nation and our friends to our Lord. He loves each person here uniquely. It does not matter their skin color, their cultural heritage, their net worth, or their background. He weeps at the tragedy that is the death of anyone, for they are made in His image. It should make us weep as well. Read more

  • iGovern Statecraft: Lead The World

    May 31, 2016 by Peter Baergen

    iGovern has always offered a variety of unique roles for students to fill, and this year is no exception -- in fact, with the addition of iGovern Statecraft, there are many more! So, if you haven't been able to decide, here's the basic rundown of all the ways you can change the world at iGovern 2016. Read more

  • iGovern 2016: How Will You Change The World?

    May 20, 2016 by Peter Baergen

    iGovern has always offered a variety of unique roles for students to fill, and this year is no exception -- in fact, with the addition of iGovern Statecraft, there are many more! So, if you haven't been able to decide, here's the basic rundown of all the ways you can change the world at iGovern 2016. Read more

  • GenJ In The House: The GenJ Club of Paducah goes to Frankfort

    April 19, 2016 by Peter Baergen

    Zoe Wilson is the Media Coordinator for the GenJ Club of Paducah, Kentucky. Her club recently spent a few days in Frankfort, Kentucky visiting with elected officials and then serving as pages in the Kentucky state legislature. Read more

  • SAT in Review: The Jim Banks Student Action Team

    March 29, 2016 by User Not Found

    Three days. Twenty-two volunteers. Twenty-four thousand voter contacts. Those are the numbers behind Generation Joshua and HSLDA PAC's most recent Student Action Team. Sometimes, though, numbers don't tell the whole story -- so we thought we'd share some stories directly from the people involved in the SAT. Read more

  • Because He Lives

    March 26, 2016 by User Not Found

    Take heart, rise up and take action. We know who is in control -- and we know how the story ends. As you celebrate Christ's resurrection, take a minute and think of the future. Because He lives, we don't have to live in fear. Because He lives, we have hope for tomorrow. Read more

  • You Can Set The Tone

    March 10, 2016 by User Not Found

    "Can we call a truce and talk? We can always go back to killing each other later.” Read more

  • Remembering Justice Antonin Scalia

    March 10, 2016 by User Not Found

    My sister and I were phonebanking at a local presidential campaign office. Taking a break as the pizza arrived shortly after 5pm, my sister looked up from her phone, and in a quiet but urgent voice, uttered the last words I expected to hear that day: "Justice Scalia is dead." Read more

  • National Security and Refugees: Do What’s Right

    February 23, 2016 by User Not Found

    While I understand national security concerns, I am troubled by the idea of completely closing our borders to those fleeing ISIS. Read more