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An Ashley Madison America & Fifty Shades of Grey Church?

If you love Me, you will keep My commandments. John 14:15 Before we address the epidemic of sexual promiscuity and moral confusion in our culture, it is imperative we first look within the church, examine our own faith, and strengthen our marriages. We cannot do this without denying ourselves and striving to love God with […]

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How Should we Prepare for What is Coming Next?

The Bible is clear that in the final days the world’s hatred for God will increase and Christians will face some difficult times.  The Bible also teaches us that a wise man prepares for challenging seasons so when they come he will be prepared.  But exactly what does biblical preparation look like?  Does it mean […]

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Is True Religious Freedom a Thing of the Past?

A look at how our economic freedoms and sustainability are under attack. Plus, what does Barna say about religious freedom?

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Deceived by Higher, “Christ Consciousness” & New Age Influence

The subtle dangers of this seductive movement and how it is making serious inroads with believers who have not hidden God’s Word in their hearts.

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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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Exposing the Hypocrisy of “Christian” Social Justice

Forced wealth distribution, radical environmentalism and government abuse?

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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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Ben Carson Didn’t Cave But Confusion Remains

Why all the upheaval and controversy when a discussion comes up about Islam and Christianity in America? Has political correctness become a serious threat in the land of the free? I am going out on a limb to say most informed Americans agree with Dr. Ben Carson and oppose the idea of a practicing Muslim […]

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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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Just What Is Discernment?

  It seems everywhere we turn these days on the internet, another “discernment” ministry has popped up to grab our attention. Many are effective ministries, but some seem to be playing “gotcha” and actually enjoy calling out false believers or the perceived sin of others. While some do high quality work and actually provide good […]

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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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Christian Morality and Civil Disobedience

Was Martin Luther King Jr. wrong in 1963 when he disobeyed the law and was put in prison in Alabama? When some religious leaders disagreed with his activism, King penned a letter from jail: “…One has not only a legal but a moral responsibility to obey just laws. Conversely, one has a moral responsibility to […]

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Christian Men and Biblical Leadership

“I’m just not a leader.”  Men, how many times have we cowered behind that false statement?  How many times have we sat back and allowed others to lead our families and children?  The truth is God has ordained Christian men to be spiritual leaders in their families and in the church. Today more than ever […]

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