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Marine father banned from daughter’s school over Islam lesson

 Can you imagine a school teaching your child that there is no other god but Allah, and that she needs to memorize and recite the 5 pillars of Islam?  This father, who is a marine who witnessed firsthand the destruction caused in the name of Allah and knows Islam is not “a religion of peace.” […]

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National Homosexual Activist Organization Targets Christians in Latest Campaign

By Garrett Haley MISSISSIPPI – A homosexual activist organization whose co-founder was recently jailed for sex abuse charges has launched an aggressive campaign to convert Christians to the same-sex ‘marriage’ cause. The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) describes itself as a “civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans.” With […]

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An age of lawlessness

The two stories we are covering today: What should our reaction be to the violence in Ferguson and other cities? And are there parallels to history repeating itself from decades past? We’re going try to put things in perspective as we’re watching a new era of lawlessness unfold. Will this be the new normal? Up […]

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Back to the basics: a conversation about the Emergent Church

Four years ago we began covering the Emergent Church movement. And then back in 2011, several popular pastors made an  astounding statement on their blogs: The emergent church movement is over. Dead.  If the Emergent Movement is “so yesterday,” why are more and more churches climbing on board the neo-emergent bus?  Why are youth-targeted conferences […]

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From where does the righteousness of the Christian come?

7 but what things were gain to me, these I have considered loss on account of Christ. 8 But even more so I consider all things to be loss on account of the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord, on account of whom all things I suffered loss and I consider them […]

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The morphing of the Emergent movement: Can you see it now?

The Emergent Church movement is a progressive Christian movement that attempts to reduce or eliminate Christian doctrine in favor of experience and feelings. Most do not believe man can know what is absolute truth, and believe God must be experienced outside of traditional biblical doctrines. We know the Emergent church is alive and well, although […]

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Joyce Meyer cancels IHOP’s “OneThing” appearance New Year’s Eve

It appears Joyce Meyer has cancelled her speaking event for the New Year’s Eve gala at International House of Prayer (IHOP)’s OneThing event. She had been scheduled to be the keynote speaker for One Thing. Says IHOP’s organizers: Joyce Meyer, who was scheduled to be with us at Onething 2014, has had to cancel speaking […]

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Church shopping? 35 Key Questions to Ask the Church

I originally posted this late last year, but we’ve had some many requests from people who are looking for a new church home that I’m re-posting to bump it higher: If you are looking for a new church, you need to ask some very important questions of church leadership before you become a member. Here […]

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Leaving churches: The rise of the “Dones”

Researchers from organizations like Pew Forum and Barna Research have come up with all sorts of names for our behavior and practices. We’ve heard of the “unchurched,” the “De-Churched,” and this past year we’ve heard the term, “the Nones,” the number of Americans who do not identify with any religion. Well now there’s a new […]

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Keeping our eyes fixed on Him

Today we’re seeing some Churches taking a stand for God’s Word as truth. Two pastors have said they are getting out of the marriage business for the state, and are asking other churches to join them. We’re also seeing an influx in an agenda that is teaching our young students a different worldview than the […]

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Would the Son of God Contradict the Father?

Is it true that Jesus never mentioned anything about homosexuality?  That He never brought it up, even once?  Most of us have heard the argument that the Gospels have no record of Jesus condemning homosexuality.  There are individuals, especially from the militant homosexual rights movement, who utter this fabrication with all the raw hostility of liberals who think abortion is their […]

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Scoffers in the modern church

Today we’re talking about about how to stand firm on God’s Word as truth, as a growing number of churches continually teach otherwise. Many times it’s leadership who tells you to stop contending in the name of “love.” Plus we’re seeing a blending of Christianity and the blackness of our culture. It’s a slippery slide… […]

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Christian pastors: Let’s get out of the marriage business

Interesting news as we navigate the ever-changing church landscape in the homosexual marriage arena. Two pastors say they are so concerned about how the government is changing the definition of marriage, they have started a movement encouraging clergy to refuse to perform all civil marriages. Christopher Seitz and Ephraim Radner, Episcopal and Anglican pastors respectively, […]

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The price of contending

Often believers are told they are intolerant, unloving and narrow-minded for not going with the flow of an ever-changing culture. Many Bible believing Christians are dismayed by the way they are being rejected by not just the world, but their friends, family members and even those in their church for standing firm on God’s Word […]

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“My pastors don’t believe in Genesis. Should I leave?”

When a Creation website publishes a letter like this one and then offers tips for how to deal with a church where her pastors don’t believe in Genesis as truth, you’d expect some teaching or apologetics – at least a Scripture verse or two – to equip readers to stand firm on God’s Word as […]

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Jude, Peter, and why watchmen can’t be ignored

Simon and Jude martyred; ms. circa 1455. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Did you know that Jude is the only book given entirely to the great apostasy?  The Book of Jude is only one chapter with 24 verses. It may be the shortest book of the Bible, but it is very important. The very first verse identifies […]

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Confirmed: Muslim Group ISIS Beheaded American Aid Worker

Source: Christian News Network The Islamic terrorist group ISIS, also identifying themselves as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, has beheaded an American aid worker, according to a new video released by the barbaric Muslim faction and confirmed to be authentic by the Obama administration. “This is Peter Edward Kassig, a U.S. citizen of […]

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Pentatonix and the elephant in the sanctuary

NOTE: The reason for writing/posting about this is not to point fingers at the world, but to ask questions of the visible Church. A big shift is happening, and many are going along with the cultural tsunami rather than make waves being set apart. This time of year many Christians share beautiful hymns and music […]

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Should Christians dialogue with obvious apostates and heretics?

This era of the Church is one of extreme deception due to compromise with the standards and focus of the world. Separation between the Church and the world is not being kept. Instead, the holy barrier between the two has been breached as false prophets have welcomed in not only the world and its ways into their churches,

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Jesus Calling: Whitewashing the Red Flags

What if you are a major publisher like Thomas Nelson and you suddenly discover that your  mega best-selling book Jesus Calling was inspired by a channeled New Age book? And what if you find out that some of the “messages” your author “received” from her “Jesus” weren’t really from Jesus because they contradict what the […]

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