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Exposing the Hypocrisy of “Christian” Social Justice

Forced wealth distribution, radical environmentalism and government abuse?

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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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The Danger of Islam and “Chrislam”

According to the 1 John 4:3 Islam is a religion of anti-christ.  Islam denies that Jesus Christ is God, instead referring to him as a prophet who is less than Muhammad. Muslim terrorists and fanatics continue to murder innocent Christians and others in the Middle East.  And yet the Bible teaches us to love and […]

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It’s Turning Ugly Out There

Bolstered by the sad decision of the U.S. Supreme Court that legalized homosexual “marriage”, secular progressives are pressing their temporary advantage, doing all they can to suppress and silence the voices of Christian churches and ministries.  They’ve found an ally in the court system and an opponent (Christians) who seem apathetic as a whole. Are […]

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Chipping Away at Church

The Christian Church in America is under increasing pressure to compromise with and conform to the “values” of this fallen, sinful world.  While it is no surprise that the world hates the Christian Church, it is alarming how many who profess to be Christians within the church seem to be active or passive participants in […]

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Suffering and Prayer in the Christian Life

Today we look at two important, yet often misunderstood doctrines in the Bible: Suffering and Prayer. No one really wants to suffer.  We would all prefer a life of comfort.  But the Bible warns us that suffering is an important part of the Christian life–and that when it happens we should rejoice!   Tough teaching indeed. […]

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Were President Obama’s ‘Crusades’ Comments Accurate?

Many are quick to be offended by his comments about the Crusades, but are they true?

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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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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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National Cathedral to Host First Muslim Prayer

Washington National Cathedral is hosting a Muslim prayer service for the first time on Friday. Planners say they hope Friday’s service at the historic cathedral will foster more understanding and acceptance between Christians and Muslims around the world. The prominent Episcopal cathedral often hosts national events, such as presidential funerals, and has hosted Muslims at […]

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Why beheading?

In the Middle East we know that beheadings of whom Islamic Extremists call “infidels” is on the rise. This morning we’re hearing that ISIS beheaded nine Kurdish fighters captured in Syria, three of them women. And now it is here in the United States, as one man – a convert to Islam – is behind […]

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Hate and need

As things in the Gaza Strip heat up, several things are clear: The hatred for Israel is driving this nearly 4-week war The need for a Savior in Christ has never been more evident Time is short Today we’re talking with our special guest Elijah Abraham about Islam, Hamas and why we’d better be paying […]

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Heartbreak and Hope

As we see the ways of men being lifted up in their churches and God being diminished, our tendency as contenders for the faith is to be angry and forget that some of these celebrities were once serving God mightily. But the great deception many have now drifted into can also attract any one of […]

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Compromise or contention?

When churches and faith-based organizations decide to allow compromise into their fold – whether it be condoning unrepentant sin, or linking hands with other religions or leaders of man-centered unbiblical movements, what are congregants, members, sponsors and supporters to do? Many of you have shared stories about trying to stay  true to the Scriptures, only […]

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