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Church shopping? 35 Key Questions to Ask the Church

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 are 35 to get you started:   FOUNDATIONAL BELIEFS 1.   Is the Bible the 100% true, accurate Word of God inspired by the Holy Spirit? 2.   Is Jesus the Son […]

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Killing the messenger never stopped the message

(Note: This is the first of what we hope are many guest posts by Dave Wager) . Proverbs 2:22-33 “How long, O simple ones, will you love being simple? How long will scoffers delight in their scoffing and fools hate knowledge? If you turn at my reproof, behold, I will pour out my spirit to […]

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Christian Churches To Go Underground in America?

The Christian Post published a story today titled, Christian Churches To Go Underground in America? The article is a paraphrase of a blog by J.D. Longstreet, a 30-year veteran broadcaster and writer for Right Side News. . I got the feeling that the Post was disdainful of the term “Real Christians,” and in fact didn’t […]

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Tolerance and the price we're paying

One year in the books…and what a ride it has been! We have talked with former Muslim leaders; men and women who God has delivered from sexual sin; social justice leaders; and every day people God has miraculously touched. We’ve had a few listeners who insist we are divisive and causing problems for the church—many […]

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The First Step On Our Journey

Today we begin year two together on a challenging journey in incredible times.  False and misleading teachings and even apostasy continue to grow and Christians face challenges to stay anchored to God’s Word and teachings.  We will be tempted to compromise with the world more and more. I want to take this time to thank […]

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We are ONE!

Stand Up For The Truth is celebrating its first anniversary of our maiden voyage last December 6th, 2010. Did you know that the spark for this show was based on our own lack of awareness of these issues? In 2009, Mike LeMay was asked an important, game-changing question: Are you, as General Manager of Christian […]

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Fire Breathing Christians

Today we’re taking a humorous look at some serious trends in the Church and the Body of Christ. Author Scott Alan Buss says: “I’m a wretch saved through grace by a God who chose to save me while I still hated Him.” Scott will share his incredible story of how God revealed Himself through the […]

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How much power do world leaders really have?

As Americans, we tend to worry over the news headlines about the way our world is going: Iran could have a nuclear bomb and has threatened to blow up Israel The World Government is beginning to take form The economic crisis is bringing many companies and jobs to a grinding halt The U.S. is poised […]

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Extreme global environmentalism starts with the Church

The environmental movement tends to push for government on a global scale.  The Word of God tells us we are to be good stewards of His creation, and make the earth fruitful and safe. But the extreme environmental movement has an anti-Christian worldview, diligently working to get church leaders around the world on board in […]

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How Should We Love Muslims?

We are hearing from new listeners around the world that tell us this show is going places no other show is going, tackling tough issues of our Christian faith.  And we will continue to do so, hoping to educate Christians about the challenges we face and always pointing you right back to the Word of […]

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The changing face of American culture

Today we’re looking at the changing religious landscape of our culture in America. We are indeed a great melting pot and always have been. In recent years the demographics have shifted faith-wise, and a growing number of communities are seeing an explosion in the Muslim population. Islam is both a culture and a religion. Many […]

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How much faith?

At some point in our lives, we ask the question, “Why do bad things happen to good people?” It is the age-old question. How much faith do we need? In the book of Job, the Bible tells us that Job never lost his faith in God, even under the most heartbreaking circumstances that tested him […]

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Where have all the "real" men gone?

The world tells us a real man doesn’t cry. That they don’t complain, get sick or give in. But every Christian man should ask this question: “What makes me a man?” More importantly, “what makes me a man after God’s own heart?” What are those traits that God Himself tells us makes a man, vs. […]

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Judging, exposing error, naming names: Is it right?

Here is an interesting article I found over at a site called Dial The Truth Ministries. The writer says there are many faithful Christians who believe that it is wrong to expose error and to name names. That people who stand on God’s Word and defend it are being unloving and unkind. What does the […]

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“Contextualization” of the Gospel – A Free-Falling Catastrophe

A great article on the dangers of contextualization from Lighthouse Trails Research: November 5th, 2011 |  By Roger Oakland You may not have heard the term before, but contextual theology is a prominent message from the emerging church. In his book, Models of Contextual Theology(1992), Stephen B. Bevans defines contextual theology as: …a way of doing […]

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Explosive church growth: God doing a "new thing?"

Is all growth of God? The seeker-driven model claims that there are four major movements of God in the world today.  Does God give pastors a revelation –a new vision– about how to grow their church with astounding numbers? It is biblical and good to reach out to those who are lost and need Jesus. […]

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"That's entertainment?" Discernment for a new age

Astrology is more than the horoscope columns in the newspapers and in magazines, according to  our special guest, Marcia Montenegro, a born-again Christian was once a professional astrologer. Today Marcia will share what she used to teach and explain how astrology is, in fact, an occult practice, rooted in ancient Babylon. “Astrology is based on […]

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Sharia Law and you: What Christians need to know

What is Sharia Law, and who in the United States is supporting it? While some accuse Christians of being overly concerned or “demonizing a religion of peace,” many others–both in the faith and outside the Church are sounding the warning about Sharia in the U.S. Download the podcast! Subscribe (RSS | iTunes) Sharia holds Muslim […]

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The Sola Sisters: From New Age to Born Again

New Age thinking has permeated our culture from the movies we watch to the advertising we see to the lessons our children hear in classrooms all the way up through college. Sadly, many of those teachings are creeping from the world into what is supposed to be set apart and holy–the church. Today you are […]

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Why we need to know about Oprah

Even if you didn’t watch Oprah Winfrey‘s talk show, and you aren’t planning on tuning in to catch Oprah’s programming (including her “World’s Largest Classroom” on her new Own Network on cable television, you need to be aware of what she believes and how she is promoting a new evolved spirituality that blends eastern religions […]

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