Tag Archives: Christian Church

A proper resistance to tyranny

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:56 — 20.8MB) Later in the program we will check in with Pastor Chris Rosebrough, who is doing something rather unique today to say goodbye to a friend and biblical apologetics minister Ken Silva, who passed away last week. Today at 11 Central, Chris will host and […]

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Where Has Our Nation Gone since 9/11?

Today we look back at 13 years ago, when Muslim terrorists murdered more than 3,000 Americans in the 9/11 attacks. A few thoughts on where we have come since that time: Churches reported an all time high in attendance the Sunday after 9/11. The following week saw attendance revert back below where it was before […]

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A taste of faith and a mouthful of truth

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:06 — 20.9MB) The challenges facing Christians are growing by leaps and bounds. As Christians, we can have our belief system our faith system and our truth system. Dave Wager is going to help us understand the difference and why we may be settling for compromise. A […]

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Getting harder to stand firm for truth?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:43 — 20.7MB) Even the most vigilant watchman or woman can become discouraged by the massive pressure building in our nation and around the world to change the church. Some churches are still standing firm for truth, with leaders committed to protecting their flocks from the yeast. […]

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Homosexuality and building a Bridge of Hope

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:58 — 20.8MB) If you have loved ones struggling with same sex attraction or are in homosexual relationships, today’s Stand Up For The Truth is a must-hear! Our guest is Bridge of Hope Ministry‘s Ruth Christian, who once lived that lifestyle before Christ redeemed and transformed her! Most Christians want […]

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Is persecution coming from our own?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 53:24 — 21.4MB) Religious liberty are under attack in the West, and many are waking up to this strange new reality. But is it also under attack in some of our own Christian churches? We’re going to talk about that today and share some news headlines, and […]

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America and The Church in Decline?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 50:42 — 23.2MB) There can be little doubt that the America many of us grew up in—the one that honored God and recognized our way of life is dependent on following His teachings—is quickly fading.  Once a strong country of Christian values and morals, America is decaying […]

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Imagine: "A letter to the church at Sydney"

It’s not widely reported yet, but Australian megachurch Hillsong founder Pastor Brian Houston has apparently sent a message to all of his church campuses saying gays and lesbians should be welcomed in the church.  This news from GayStarNews, a Sydney-based site that is “optimistic” about the change in tone. For Bible-believing Christians this news should […]

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A likeable facade?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:09 — 11.7MB) Today we are seeing a lot of church models that sadly are leading people away from the purpose of the Church that the Bible tells us to focus on: Equipping the saints (that’s you and me, churchgoers) to go and make disciples. To die […]

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No Truth Without Love, No Love Without Truth: The Church’s Great Challenge

I’m sharing a great article published today by Dr. Albert Mohler The church’s engagement with the culture involves a host of issues, controversies, and decisions–but no issue defines our current cultural crisis as clearly as homosexuality. Some churches and denominations have capitulated to the demands of the homosexual rights movement, and now accept homosexuality as […]

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Survey: Young Christians want marijuana legalized

Engaging with the culture without embracing it is getting much harder for Christians, especially when the Church itself is looking more and more like the world. With 70 percent of our youth leaving the Church – and their faith – once they graduate high school, you have to wonder why. (See Top 10 Reasons Our […]

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Why Christians should start talking about redefining marriage

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:39 — 11.8MB) Many Christians avoid tough subjects like gay marriage and other charged topics because they don’t want to get into a heated discussion. But as we’ll hear from our two guests today, this conversation is one we can no longer avoid having. Why? Do we […]

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A different Gospel is lulling us to sleep

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:39 — 11.8MB) Today an interesting billboard campaign in Las Vegas where a Christian leader is purchasing space to publish the Ten Commandments. Is that going to help save America? Joseph Farah thinks so, but we’ve got a different take. And then, in our third segment, we’ll […]

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Is Persecution Right Around the Corner?

In 1936 Germany was in the midst of economic ruin and social upheaval, facing an uncertain future.  A charismatic leader by the name of Adolph Hitler was rising to power and he pointed Germans to a new direction that would bring the nation and its people back to greatness—if they only trusted him. He consolidated […]

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What is the state of the Church in 2013?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:24 — 11.8MB) Today we begin to explore the state of the Church in 2013. This year promises to be shaky. What we mean by that is simply that the Bride of Christ is continuing to be shaken by a number of crisis points spiritually, morally and […]

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Spiritual and economic confusion to hit Christians in 2013?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:40 — 11.8MB) How is the secular media, and some in the Church, playing a role in the enemy’s spiritual confusion of Christianity? A recurring theme you are going to hear in the coming year on SUFTT is how the enemy is moving his chess pieces into […]

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Co-existing with the culture

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:47 — 11.9MB) In an age when our culture and when other religions are increasingly calling for tolerance and change, how does the Church respond?  Are we to re-brand ourselves and hope that relaxing in some areas will present a kinder Christianity?  Today we’re covering a number […]

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Christian Church to host national Muslim convention

A Christian church in California has decided to move forward with hosting a huge convention of the Muslim Public Affairs Council next week — the first time the organization has conducted a national convention at a Christian church. The announcement by All Saints Church in Pasadena prompted what the pastor calls a “slew of hate […]

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Progressive Christianity's revolution

If you wish to be equipped as a Christian, you need to have your Bible and your eyes wide open. In other words, 1. know the Word. 2. understand the strategy waged by the so-called “Progressive Christian” movement that is working overtime to cast doubt on (or downright attack) the Bible’s teachings. The following will […]

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Christianity in America: Philadelphia or Laodecia?

Ten days ago American voters cast their votes for the future direction of this nation.  We tend to look at presidential elections as our choice for the next four years in this nation, but often because of the power accumulated in Washington D.C., our votes have far more reaching consequences.  So let’s try to summarize […]

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