WDCX Events

For King and Country at the Erie County Fair

Coming to Western New York, Grammy-award winning artist, For King and Country! See them LIVE in concert August 18 at the Erie County Fair on the GUSTO Grandstand. Purchase tickets here: For King and Country […]

Vibrant Women’s Conference

We are called to be a vibrant show-and-tell of what God is able to accomplish through one ordinary person. Have you ever met someone who possessed a quiet radiance so rich, so dynamic, that you ached for […]

Church Leaders Retreat

You are invited to Ontario’s beautiful Muskoka region for a time of encouragement and rest, September 27-29, 2021. The Shepherd Leader, featuring speakers Tim Witmer and Steve West, will focus on the centrality of the shepherding metaphor in […]

Community Events


  • This Week in Woke Capitol July 31, 2021
    Woke Capitol is more woke than ever. More LGBT Agenda If you recall, our team found nearly 100 bills containing the term “gender identity.” What does that mean? Democratic leadership realizes that the full Equality Act doesn’t have enough support. That is in heartfelt thanks to many of you who have helped stall that dangerous […]
    Robert Noland
  • United in Prayer– Under God, One Nation July 29, 2021
    For the Lord of hosts has purposed, and who will annul it? His hand is stretched out, and who will turn it back? – Isaiah 14:27 As we continue to roll along in 2021, a lot is happening across the nation. There are bright spots among a number of other rather dark developments. Through it […]
    Robert Noland
  • “We’ll Convert Your Children” – A Message from the San Francisco Gay Men’s Choir July 29, 2021
      The lyrics are rather disturbing… You say we all lead lives you don’t respect. But you’re just frightened. You think that we’ll corrupt your kids if our agenda goes unchecked. Funny, just this once, you’re correct.” “We’ll convert your children – happens bit by bit, quietly and subtly and you will barely notice it…” […]
    Robert Noland
  • What is a Statesman? July 29, 2021
    In 1861, after a long career as a soldier, General, President of Texas, and Senator from Texas, Sam Houston faced a choice that could bolster his popularity with constituents or end his political career. Houston had fiercely opposed any attempt to divide the nation which he knew would plunge the Union into a Civil War. […]
    Robert Noland
  • Jack is fighting for your kids July 29, 2021
    Have you had enough with the oversexualization of children in New Jersey schools? Jack Ciattarelli has. He is the Republican gubernatorial candidate taking on Phil Murphy this November. Recently, he has been very public in his opposition to graphic sexual acts being injected into middle school classrooms and transgender ideology persuading 5-year-olds to question their […]
    Robert Noland
  • “I don’t think that word means what you think it means.” July 22, 2021
      I never pass up a chance to quote the Princess Bride. Never has this phrase been more applicable than in the case of the Wichita City Council’s discussion of a sexual orientation and gender identity nondiscrimination ordinance. On Tuesday July 13th, the Council voted 5-2 to delay discussing the ordinance for 90 days. This […]
    Sara McGee
  • Big Announcement coming soon! July 16, 2021
    Dear Friends, It’s summertime. The legislative session is finished for 2021, and you may wonder what our organization does during the “off season.” When we aren’t lobbying for your family, faith, and religious liberties, we’re busy preparing for the next year. This looks like meeting with members of the state legislature, assessing which battles are […]
    Robert Noland
  • Politics in Church July 15, 2021
    The church in America is worried; worried about engaging in politics. Some congregants may believe that speaking about politics from the pulpit is not entirely appropriate. There is often the concern of pastors that they may lose their church’s nonprofit status, or perhaps lose some financial support. So, this week I present a challenge – […]
    Robert Noland

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