Tag Archives: Body of Christ

What the Heck is ‘Climate Justice’ and Agenda 2030?

Bill Jasper of The New American joins us to talk about the United Nation’s latest attempt to transform the world and bring it under its power.

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Should Christians Resist Discrimination and Persecution?

Julaine Appling from Wisconsin Family Council joins us today to discuss how Christians should engage these troubles.

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Deceptive Advertising in Christianity

We need to know the Bible before we can respond with ‘it is written.’

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Strange Times: Blood Moons, Idolatry, and Papal Visits

  To say we live in strange times is a tremendous understatement. Between the hype over blood moons and the Pope visiting the U.S. – apparently mesmerizing many with his charm – many Christians are wondering how close we are to the end. We are seeing more and more people worshipping men and ‘signs’ rather […]

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Christians and Sexuality

One of the defining issues of our times regarding the Christian Church in America is the Supreme Court ruling that homosexuals can marry, defying the Word of God in an act of blatant disobedience against Him.  Yet God promises us in His Word that in all things he works for the good of those who […]

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Standing Strong in the Pulpit – or Not?

  There is no doubt the Christian Church in America is entering a time of great challenges.  As our nation and government embrace secular humanism at an alarming rate, the pressure on individual believers and pastors to just “shut up and keep your religion to yourself” will intensify greatly in the coming months and years. […]

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What Should be Preached From Our Church Pulpits?

    “Pastors should be preaching on the major social issues of our times like abortion and homosxuality!”  “I only teach Christ crucified and risen.” A recent study by Barna and Associates says 60% of Christians want pastors to address more social issues from the pulpit, preparing Christians for the cultural battles going on today.  […]

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Reframing the Battle

“The wicked plots against the righteous and gnashes his teeth at him, But the Lord laughs at the wicked, for he sees that his day is coming.” Psalms 37:12-13 It is easy for Christians to look at the spiritually decaying world around us and be concerned.  Wars; terrorism; growing economic worries; and many turning away […]

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Kim Davis and Hypocrisy

Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis has been at the center of a media storm the past couple weeks as she refused to issue same sex marriage licenses, was jailed for contempt of court, and now released under the condition she not prevent her employees from signing off on homosexual marriage certificates. Now some are questioning […]

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America’s Spiritual Journey Since 9/11/2001

Fourteen years ago today Americans watched in disbelief as radical Muslim terrorists hijacked airplanes and killed thousands of innocent people in an act of barbarism and evil we thought would never hit us here in America.  In the following days, some asked “Where was God?” or “How could a loving God let this happen?”.  A […]

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Real Persecution–Even to the Death

Every day hundreds of Christians are imprisoned or murdered because of their faith in Jesus Christ.  And if we ignore their plight, what does that say of our love of the brethren? We are 100% Listener supported. Donate now! Want our news delivered? Get our WEEKLY WATCHMAN digest, published and sent to you every Friday! […]

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Considering the Kim Davis Situation

When the U.S. Supreme Court reached its opinion that homosexual marriage was a constitutional right, many of us knew that rather than the final battle, it was merely the opening salvo in a battle for religious freedom in our nation.  The key question that would unfold is this:  Can a nation force people of religious […]

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Mercy, Grace and Learning From Mistakes

We all continually fall short of the glory of God and fail to be who He wants us to be.  With sexual sin rampant in the world, all of us are in a constant spiritual battle to please God rather than feed our flesh. Word is coming out that several Christian leaders contact information was […]

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Where Are You God?

Every one of us as Christians at times has felt overwhelmed or all alone.  In the midst of trials and tribulations, we cry out to God to protect and rescue us.  And we know He is faithful–but sometimes we wish he acted on our timeline instead of His. King David’s life reflected the best of […]

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