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The War on Christianity–Are Our Leaders Prepared?

The battle over the statement on marriage by Chik-Fil-A executive Dan Cathy has stirred up strong emotions throughout the country. Radical homosexual activists and humanists are attacking Chik-Fil-A hoping to destroy them because of their biblical stance on marriage, and around the country hundreds of thousands of Christians are rallying to support Chik-Fil-A. However it […]

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Have we coddled our youth?

If you have kids or teens and you listen to this program, you might want to call them into the room to hear this message. In every denomination, there is a battle going on for one thing: Is the Bible God’s true Word? There is a lot being said and done in the Church these […]

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Should Christians expect to hear God's voice?

Did you know that every time God speaks in Scripture it is through an audible voice, never through an inner voice, impressions or feelings, and that includes Elijah’s still small voice? So contends Gary Gilley, in his review of the book, Hearing God, by Dallas Willard.  Willard believes that Christians should hear God’s voice apart […]

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Shellfish, Mixed Fabrics, and Homosexuality: Picking and Choosing?

Wondering how to respond when the world asks why you still eat shellfish and stand up for traditional marriage?  Here’s a teriffic article byMike Riccardi over at the Cripplegate blog: Shellfish, Mixed Fabrics, and Homosexuality: Picking and Choosing?   Once again, a brilliant post of Jesse’s has stimulated a lot of discussion. Yesterday’s post, in […]

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The unintended consequences of gay marriage

Many believe we are well on our way to seeing a day when gay marriage is the law, or at least a protected right, of the land. Even Christians are split on whether to stand up for traditional marriage, or just accept it as inevitable. Some are campaigning to normalize and mainstream  gay marriage and […]

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Two bakeries refuse to cave to gay agenda

Last year it happened in Iowa, Now another bakery is the subject of a protest over refusing to cater to a gay couple getting married. This time it’s two men in Colorado, as reported by Gateway Pundit and CBS News: Gay Mob Targets Baker Who Won’t Bake for Gay Wedding (Video) | The Gateway Pundit […]

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Bio surveillance? Obama announces launch of massive snooping strategy

In just 120 more days, President Obama’s “National Strategy for Biosurveillance” will be a reality. What, you haven’t heard of this?  Buckle in; one of our regular guests, Mary Danielsen, reports on the high-tech influences used by world governments to keep tabs on its citizens. She shares this on her The Things to Come blog: […]

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To know Him is to love Him

Can you ever love someone you don’t really know all that well? As our guest today, Dave Wager, often says, “If you are disappointed with God, you don’t know Him.” Often as Christians we will filter what we want from God through a narcissistic filter we’ll call CASPER: Comfort, Affirmation, Self esteem, Pleasure, Entitlement (or […]

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On Judging Books by their Covers (and marketing sheets)

On Judging Books by their Covers (and marketing sheets)

Every week, publishers launch new books to the Christian market. We get many of them, accompanied by the usual sell sheet and press release. Some even offer suggested interview questions (which I almost always ignore), and others send along articles that have appeared in well-known Christian publications. Some of these marketing materials are great; others […]

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Go into all the world

How do we go into all the world and share the Gospel with different people groups around the world?  Did you know that there are more than 2,000 languages and dialects in the villages of Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Bolivia, and many other places? Troy Beaber’s interest in mission aviation began in 2000 while […]

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Kids’ church lemonade stand raises money for same-sex ‘marriage’

At first I thought this was a spoof. But LifeSiteNews carries this story. Not surprisingly, the denomination is Unitarian Universalist, of which I am very familiar having been raised in that secular humanist sect.  Here is the story: Nothing so calls to mind the spirit of innocence than a child’s summertime lemonade stand. However, at […]

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Blindly Following our Leaders?

What should we look for in our leaders, both political and spiritual?  Just what are the values and qualifications we should seek from those who lead us? I think that is an important question each of us must ask ourselves these days.  On the political front, Americans seem to have already weighed in over the […]

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The Real Story Behind the Hatred of Chick-Fil-A

The recent uproar and reaction to Ckick-Fil-A President Dan Cathey’s proclamation in the belief of biblical marriage as defined by God is fascinating to watch on many fronts.  As in all circumstances, it is important we take a step back and see the big picture of what is going on here?  Is it an attack […]

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Letter to SUFTT: "What's so bad about Breath Prayers?"

We received a great letter from Alex over the weekend: I was wondering about Breath Prayers. It seems to me like a good thing to do. Why do I get the impression that it isn’t something you guys advocate? I read in link from Rick Warren’s info page that it is similar in a sense […]

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