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On being a Berean

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.8MB) How has Christian Universalism crept into the Church?  Today our guest is T.A. McMahon, president and executive director of The Berean Call ministry, and editor-in-chief and contributing writer for The Berean Call newsletter. He is also the co-author of The Seduction of Christianity, The New Spirituality, Understand the Times, and […]

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All eyes on our leaders

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.8MB) Do we trust Government?  With the budget deal now a step closer to reality, political writer and pundit Robert Meyer joins us to talk about the  uncertain future of our nation, and where we put our faith in these uncertain times. As a Christian and a conservative, […]

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Finding heroes in an unlikely place

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (12.1MB) Hollywood isn’t the first place you might think to look for heroes, unless you’re thinking of Batman or Captain America.  But as our guest, Dr. Ted Behr will share, there are plenty of filmmakers and actors who not only are faithful Christians, they are using their craft […]

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Are Christians Contributing to Unbelief?

You may or may not agree with the article, but it contains some compelling stats and a question we must ask: (Via the Christian Post) Every indication suggests that America is becoming increasingly secular. However, if we mean increasingly secular in the sense that more and more people are now irreligious, secularism has a long […]

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Rick Warren's friends defend against Chrislam label

Via the Christian Post today. What are your thoughts? Two Christian leaders are attempting to squelch a persistent rumor that Saddleback Church Pastor Rick Warren “embraces Chrislam.” Pastor Rick Warren tackles biblical doctrine during an interview with John Piper, recorded earlier in May.  Pastors Geoff Surratt and Brandon Cox have posted their defense online. Warren […]

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Bringing Truth to the Muslim world

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (12.1MB) Today we’re bringing clarity to Chrislam as well as the methods many Christians use to bring the hope of Jesus Christ to the Muslim world. Christianity is the world’s largest religion, and Islam is 2nd–and growing.  As Christian believers we want to know that Muslims are being […]

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Jesus and Nicodemus

So, You Say You Are a Christian…

The other day I was reviewing the various topics we have covered in our first eight months on air.  Social justice, the Emergent Church movement, the new age movement, Chrislam, Harold Camping, the acceptance of homosexuality in churches, Jesus in the Qur’an—and to think that last October when our Board asked me to do a […]

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Campus Crusade for Christ vs. Evolution

"Christ" no more

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.8MB) What’s in a name?  Today we’re talking about news of Campus Crusade for Christ changing its name to “Cru.”  It’s one of many faith-based organizations lately that have decided to remove Jesus from its title or logo: Campus Crusade for Christ (CCC) — the popular, large-scale Christian […]

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Feelings, Emotions and Truth

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:15 — 11.7MB) What color is your shirt?  A profound question we talked about with our special guest Dave Wager. Truth can only be one color, but we’re often told in our society to trust our feelings and our “gut” to make decisions that can change our […]

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The message of The Message

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (12.0MB) Today we’re taking a look at The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language  created by Eugene H. Peterson and published in segments from 1993 to 2002.  Is this translation making God’s Word more relevant to today, or have we crossed the line in taking the translation seriously? […]

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Ten reasons NOT to ask Jesus into your heart

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.9MB) That’s a provocative title, isn’t it? But writer and watchman Todd Friel asks the compelling questions that every Christian ought to consider when thinking about salvation and evangelism. Questions like, is the “sinner’s prayer” or an altar call a simplified salvation ticket, or the beginning of a […]

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Life and Listening to God

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.4MB) Mike and Nancy LeMay discuss news issues affecting our Christian faith. Plus Amy Spreeman reports from Lifest with special guest Danen Kane, an up-and-coming artist gaining national attention with his ministry and new album, Love Is Waiting. At a time when so many young Christians are looking […]

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Why should they listen to you?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.9MB) How do we tell people about who Jesus is?  Today we welcome our in-studio guest, Jaye Meng and John Shaline of the Burnbrothers Ministries, a great organization with helpful resources that show Christians how to overcome their fear and share their faith. Download the podcast! Subscribe (RSS | iTunes) […]

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Personal Responsibility in our Christian Walk

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.8MB) Do you live a “status quo” lifestyle? Today our guest is Pastor Matthew Hagee of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas. Matthew’s book, Response Able is touching a few nerves and gaining popularity. Matthew  is also the son of Pastor John Hagee. Download the podcast! Subscribe (RSS […]

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"Jesus was not polite to false teachers"

Jesus had a lot to say about false teachers and false teachings in His day. He wasn’t mean or belittling, but His words were firm–a sword of Truth. Here’s an interesting article from the Apprising Ministries blog about how Jesus confronted false teachers in His love: Jesus was not polite to false teachers By Ken […]

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Spiritual strongholds – the Biblical view

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.8MB) The Bible talks about everyday people who experienced spiritual warfare. Do you believe this happens today? Are we sometimes too quick to blame Satan when we sin, or is there really an attack of the enemy going on?. Today we go to the Word of God and […]

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Question: Does a candidate's faith matter?

Some Christians believe that all candidates they vote for must be born again. Others say they’d vote for candidates who stand firm on issues that affect our faith, regardless of the candidate’s religion. What do you think? Should faith matter in presidential elections and other areas of political leadership?

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How Jesus heals today

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.7MB) The centurion, the bleeding woman, the blind men, lepers and Lazerous; does Christ’s miraculous healing still happen in the world today? Today we’re sharing the amazing testimony of Alexis Sauter, a local young woman who will share how God is healing bodies and touching hearts in Tanzania. […]

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Resistance will come

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.9MB) So many issues are facing our churches today, and we’re called to not only point people to Jesus but be on the watch for teachings that would lead His people away from the Truth of who He is.   When you stand up for Christian principles adversity […]

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Choose This Day Whom You Will Serve

I believe it was Edmund Burke who said “All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing”. Well yesterday in hundreds of Christian churches across the nation, pastors placed Korans next to Bibles and many read from the Koran as part of their so called “worship service”.    I am […]

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