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Appleton School Board Decision

The decision by the Appleton School Board to introduce a book for high school freshmen to read containing graphic sexual situations and vulgar language should wake up each of us as parents and taxpayers.  Decisions on what our children read and study in public schools are being made in a vacuum, with little or no […]

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Exposing the Emergent Church Movement (Part 2)

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (8.9MB) Today we want to wrap up our discussion on Humanism and the Emergent Church.Then after our first break we’re going to talk about a topic that hits close to home but could (and sadly does) happen anywhere. A school district faced a challenge from some parents about […]

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Appleton parent, supporters object to review process for book challenge

Appleton school board members on Monday again faced a contentious book challenge issue that just won’t go away. And they will not change their earlier ruling. On Nov. 22, John Krueger asked the the board to reconsider a committee’s denial of a parent’s book challenge. Linda Hash had objected to using “The Body of Christopher […]

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The Voyage of the Dawn Treader: Who is Alsan to you?

If you haven’t yet seen the newest Chronicles of Narnia movie, check it out! I personally thought  The Voyage of the Dawn Treader was the best of the three. It’s a great family flick and will inspire an opportunity for deeper discussion with the young folks in your family. I do suggest a little caution […]

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Exposing the Emergent Church Movement (Part 1)

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (8.9MB) What exactly is Humanism and why do we as Christians need to be on guard?  There are many kinds of humanism—secular, religious, Marxist and Renaissance humanism to name a few. There is also a Christian Humanism. According to the American Humanist Association, humanism “is a progressive philosophy […]

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Israel and the Middle East Conflict

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (8.9MB) This morning our special guest is Avi Lipkin, a New York native who moved to Israel at age 19, served in the Israeli Defense Forces for 20 years as the IDF spokesman. He has spoken in more than 500 churches and synagogues around the world as well […]

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"Did God Really Say…?

I would venture to say satan has spoken these words to mankind more than any others.  The first time it is recorded is in Genesis 3:1 when he seduced Eve into committing the original sin that led to man’s falling away from God.  “Did God really say ‘You must not eat from any tree in […]

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Juan Cole: Leaks Suggest Iran Is Now Winning in the Middle East

Iran is winning and Israel is losing. That is the startling conclusion we reach if we consider how things have changed in the Middle East in the two years since most of the WikiLeaks State Department cables about Iran’s regional difficulties were written. Lebanon’s Sunni prime minister, once a virulent critic, quietly made his pilgrimage […]

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Whose land is it, anyway?

In regards to the land that God has promised Israel, Genesis 15:18 declares, “To your descendants [Abraham's] I give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river, the Euphrates.” God later confirms this promise to Abraham’s son Isaac, and Isaac’s son Jacob (whose name was later changed to Israel). When the Israelites […]

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Looking for Answers in the Middle East

In regards to the land that God has promised Israel, Genesis 15:18 declares, “To your descendants [Abraham's] I give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river, the Euphrates.” God later confirms this promise to Abraham’s son Isaac, and Isaac’s son Jacob (whose name was later changed to Israel). When the Israelites […]

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Media, Morality and Pornography

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (8.7MB) Television isn’t what it used to be, is it? Today even commercials are not family friendly. How did that happen over the past decade or two?  Today our guest on the show is Robert Peters president of Morality in Media, a non profit organization founded in 1962 […]

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Tragedy, Youth Culture, and the End of the Beginning

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (8.6MB) This morning we continue with the second of our two-part open mic discussion on how and why we as Christians can compromise on the Truth. We’re covering topics like salvation, Christian popular “trends,” how the world sees us often fighting about meaningless points and more! Download this […]

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Progressive Christianity (Part 1)

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (8.7MB) This morning we begin the first of our two-part open mic discussion on how and why we as Christians can compromise on the Truth. We’ll define and talk about terms like Emergent Church, Gnosticism, Post Modernism and more, and weigh in on what God’s Word says. We’ll […]

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Radical Islam and Terrorism

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (8.8MB) Is Islam the religion of peace? Walid Shoebat says no.  This morning on our show we’re talking with Keith Davies from the Walid Shoebat Foundation. Walid Shoebat was a former PLO terrorist and is the author of several books including Why I Left Jihad. He has since […]

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Are You Happy Now, Church Friends?

  Today a new study by UW Madison researchers reports that devoutly religious people are happier people, but it’s not a relationship with God that makes us happy–it’s our church friends. The study was published in the American Sociological Review and authored by researcher Chaeyoon Lim at UW Madison who says he studied both Catholics […]

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Pastors Speaking Out

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (8.9MB) Are pastors being told they can’t stand up for the truth from their pulpits? Yes! More and more, pastors, lay leaders and Christian ministry leaders are being pressured to preach only “politically correct” passages from the Bible, to conform their sermons to culturally-accepted norms of what the […]

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Vision for the Show

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.6MB) Today, December 6th at 9am, marks the first airing of Stand Up For the Truth! on Q90 FM.  You can click on the Q90 FM link on this site to listen live.  Today, we will be discussing the events that led us to begin this show and […]

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Let the Conversations Begin

  Today we launched Stand Up For The Truth’s first broadcast! Since we didn’t really have a topic or theme for today, Mike wanted to take some time and explain what the show is going to be about and why it’s important for Christians in northeast Wisconsin to learn about some of the issues facing […]

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Public school pro-'gay' films = indoctrination

Parents in Vallejo, California are up in arms over a plan for public schools to teach elementary students about homosexual relationships. Angry parents are protesting the showing of the three films, That’s a Family, Let’s Get Real and Straightlaced, all of which promote the idea that same-sex relationships are just as normal as any other […]

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A name to remember

As I said recently in Apprising Ministries On Dan Kimball, it’s a well known fact that this online apologetics and discernment work Apprising Ministries is certainly no friend of the sinfully ecumenical neo-liberal cult of the Emerging Church aka Emergent Church, and the awful impact that these rebels against the final authority of the Word of God are having upon the church […]

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