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The Love God Hates

Therefore I urge you, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies a living and holy sacrifice, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service of worship. 2 And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may prove what the will of God is, that […]

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The Church’s last guardrails

For am I now seeking the approval of man, or of God? Or am I trying to please man? If I were still trying to please man, I would not be a servant of Christ. (Galatians 1:10) When young people say they’ve left the Church because of hypocrisy, what kind of hypocrisy are we talking […]

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Is the Bible soon to be illegal?

Walt Tutka, a New Jersey substitute teacher who was terminated after he handed a student his Bible, filed a complaint against the Phillipsburg School District for religious discrimination and retaliation with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. In the fall of 2012, Tutka quoted the Bible while speaking to a student coming last through a […]

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Five keys to Discernment

Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world. 1 John 4:1 (ESV) These days deception is getting harder to spot. It’s been repackaged to look cute, friendly and humble.  Knowing who God is through His Word […]

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A former Mason shares his testimony

  There are a lot of Masons who attend Christian churches of every denomination. Masons number around six million worldwide, with nearly two million in the United States.  What is Free Masonry, where did it come from, and is it religious in nature, or just another fraternity of people who gather to do good works […]

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What is Free Masonry?

There are a lot of Masons who attend Christian churches of every denomination. Masons number around six million worldwide, with nearly two million in the United States.  What is Free Masonry, where did it come from, and is it religious in nature, or just another fraternity of people who gather to do good works in […]

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What’s so rotten about Common Core Curriculum?

Part of the government’s economic stimulus program will poke, prod and train your children. And on top of that, it will datamine your children through many different measuring tools including wireless skin sensors, facial expression cameras and even MRIs. Think we’re kidding? It’s all part of something called the Common Core Standards.  We’re just going […]

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Skewed crossword puzzle indoctrinates 8th-graders

The message from a public school crossword puzzle in our neck of the woods: Conservatism “restricts personal freedoms.” Kyle Olson over at EAG News wrote this article about the puzzle, and since his site and others’ like Town Hall carried the story, the puzzle has been discontinued. Here is the story: Eighth-graders in Wisconsin’s Union […]

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The Narrow Path and the Broad Way

Are you on the narrow path, or the broad way? In our second half, “The Narrow Gate,” covering a John MacArthur commentary. We’re asking you to consider two systems of religion in our world. One is God’s system of divine accomplishment, which is really no religion at all, but an abiding faith in God’s grace […]

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Army Removes Bible Reference from Scopes

The U.S. Army is directing troops to remove a Bible inscription etched into its weapon scopes. According to Todd Starnes, soldiers at Fort Wainwright in Alaska received a directive to turn in their scopes so the Bible references could be removed. (Photos via Fox News): The scopes were made by Trijicom and referenced New Testament […]

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Prophesying a crisis: Teacher of the Year Acceptance Speech

Twenty-three years ago, a New York teacher gave a surprising speech lamenting the changes his profession has seen and the impact it has had on his students. The culture was at the cusp; just beginning it’s rapid descent. The following is the text of that speech by John Taylor Gatto accepting the New York City […]

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Are you a "new" evangelical?

On our program, we point you to the One Truth, Jesus Christ. He is: Holy, holy, holy The Lord of lords The King of kings The Alpha and Omega The God Man The Mediator The Creator and Sustainer of life The Prince and Savior And His Word is true!  But in the last several dozen […]

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Boy Scout Decision: Allow Gay Youth, Keep Out Gay Adults

(Reuters) – The Boy Scouts of America on Friday moved to partially lift its long-standing ban on gays, with a decision that would allow openly gay youth members but continue to bar gay adults in one of the largest youth serving organizations in America. If the resolution is approved in a nationwide vote in May, […]

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Navigating the news with your family

When we talk about the changing times we are in, the whole world is noticing that something is happening, and we need to be prepared for just about anything.  How are we equipping our families to navigate the economic, cultural and safety concerns that we hear about in the headlines daily? While some approach these […]

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