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Lone Wolf Attacks?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:33 — 20.7MB) There seems to be a shift in tactics by Islamic terrorists. What appears to be isolated attacks across the world, from beheadings to shootings. This week we’ve had Islamic terrorist attacks happening in Canada, and in Israel. In America, authorities are looking to see […]

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One World {Dis}Order

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:27 — 21.0MB) The Bible says there will be a world government in the last days.  The whole idea of a global government might sound strange to you, but world leaders including our own presidents this past century have been talking about and implementing it, and today […]

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School policy: How much should parents know?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:18 — 21.0MB) Today we are talking about the rapid changes happening in our schools across the nation. Our guest today is going to be Kyle Olson, founder and publisher of EAG News, an organization dedicated to school reform and an advocate for parents and teachers who […]

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United we fall.

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:55 — 20.8MB) Lots of headlines to cover today, from Houston to Idaho.  We’re also asking, if churches protected their flocks, would we need watchman ministries? Joining us in our first segment is political pundit Robert Meyer. Robert writes for RenewAmerica, as well as several other media […]

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Students, parents surprised to discover bathroom, changing-room policy for transgenders

This story is not about an individual.*  It is about school policy that is decided, and then hidden, from parents and the student body. When policy involves sexuality and safety of minors, we believe parents deserve to know how the school is handling each and every situation. The situation A male senior student at Menasha […]

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Christian school ‘downgraded for failing to invite an imam to lead assembly’

Imagine forcing a Christ-centered school to have a Muslim Imam lead a school assembly? Good grief. That’s exactly what has happened in merry old England, where the school has been given a down-mark for failing to promote “tolerance” as part of the new British Values, and many other schools will no doubt suffer the same […]

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A continued slide for the visible church

We’re continuing to see the visible church slide into worldly, carnal beliefs. Brian Houston, the pastor of Hillsong Church, one of the world’s largest megachurches, explain his stance on the Gay Marriage conversation. Here is an excellent article titled, Hillsong’s ‘Journey’ Down the Broad Path.  The pastor has since come out with a “clarification statement,” […]

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Govt tells Christian ministers: Perform same-sex weddings or face jail, fines

This is huge. We’ve covered this long-time battle for the “Hitching Post” Wedding Chapel before, and now lawyers are involved in helping the couple defend their business and their constitutional freedoms. Alliance Defending Freedom reports this: Officials threaten to punish senior citizen couple – both ordained pastors – if they decline to officiate same-sex ceremonies […]

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Hillsong’s “Clarification” on homosexuality

Does he let his Yes be yes, and his No be No?  Not exactly. Following Hillsong Church Pastor Brian Houston’s comments about homosexuality here, he had to answer a firestorm of emails and bad press from everyone – from the homosexual groups to the secularists to the Christians. Houston has attempted to clarify Hillsong’s stance […]

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Hillsong’s Brian Houston refuses to answer reporter’s same sex marriage question

Ahh, those direct questions. They’re sticky, aren’t they?  Especially when answering them biblicly might mean that you lose favor from the gay men and women who sit in your pews Sunday after Sunday. Hillsong Church’s New York location’s head pastor Carl Lentz says Jesus didn’t really talk about homosexuality, so why should any pastors? “Jesus […]

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Our 1,000 show, and a request.

November 10th, 2014 will mark our 1,000th show for Stand Up For the Truth. The show was birthed when our radio station refused to compromise the truth of God’s Word by supporting a Christian event that brought in an unbiblical teacher. Our goal with Stand Up For the Truth is to “educate, empower and connect” […]

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Making sense of Middle East tension: 10-17 podcast

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 46:32 — 18.6MB) Today we’re talking about what’s happening to Christians beyond our comfy pews with William J. Murray,  a strong advocate for persecuted Christians in America and around the world. Murray’s Religious Freedom Coalition is a non-profit organization that takes on on issues related to aiding Christians in Islamic and […]

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On finishing well

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:55 — 20.8MB) Today on the program, we’re covering Mark Driscoll’s reasons for his sudden resignation from Mars Hill Church (citing his family’s safety), and there is a new twist in the Houston case: Bully pulpit: Houston subpoenas pastors’ sermons, then backs off amidst outcry. Up first, […]

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Pastor Mark Driscoll Resigns from Mars Hill

In an unexpected announcement, Mark Driscoll resigned late yesterday as pastor of Mars Hill Church, a congregation he founded 18 years ago. The Mars Hill board of overseers said that they were surprised to receive the letter, and said that Driscoll hadn’t committed any acts of “immorality, illegality or heresy.” The board did say their […]

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Will American Christians wake up?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:08 — 20.9MB) Lots of disturbing news coming out of the Great State of Texas. We’re checking in with Texas pastor Dr. Randy White of Randy White Ministries on everything from Ebola to the border issue and most importantly, the Houston mayor’s insistence that she inspect the […]

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Why and how the son of Tony Campolo became an agnostic humanist

  Bart Campolo announcing he is agnostic does not surprise most people. After all, his father Tony Campolo is the head of Red Letter Christians, an Emergent Church founder of a model based on “did God really say” approach to truth being relative. No, what is interesting (and the reason we share this here), is […]

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The dangers of dismissing “discernment ministries”

No one who works in a so-called “discernment ministry” likes the term, “discernment ministry.”  It’s a term that we’re stuck with, so we reluctantly use it to get the point across. In reality we all need to get our discernment by being a Berean; a student of the Bible, so that we know it well […]

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“Vatican proposes ‘stunning’ shift on gays, lesbians”

This was originally published by Delia Gallagher over at CNN: ROME (CNN) – Using strikingly open language, a new Vatican report says the church should welcome and appreciate gays, and offers a solution for divorced and remarried Catholics who want to receive Communion. At a press conference on Monday to present the report, Cardinal Louis […]

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City of Houston Demands Pastors Turn over Sermons

Yes, the MAYOR actually wants to inspect sermons. Read on: via Todd Starnes over at Fox News: The city of Houston has issued subpoenas demanding a group of pastors turn over any sermons dealing with homosexuality, gender identity or Annise Parker, the city’s first openly lesbian mayor. And those ministers who fail to comply could […]

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Letting sin abound: The “Ahabs” in our pulpits

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:49 — 20.8MB) Are there “Ahabs” in your pulpit? Today Mike discusses church leaders who tolerate sin – under the guise of “loving well.”  Who was Ahab?  He was the seventh king of Israel and husband of Jezebel: Ahab tolerated sin and goes down in biblical history […]

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