Tag Archives: Elijah

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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Letting sin abound: The “Ahabs” in our pulpits

Are there “Ahabs” in your pulpit? Today Mike discusses church leaders who tolerate sin – under the guise of “loving well.”  Who was Ahab?  He was the seventh king of Israel and husband of Jezebel: Ahab tolerated sin and goes down in biblical history as one who “did more to provoke the Lord God of […]

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Son of Imam sets Obama straight About Islamic “Extremism” [VIDEO]

Please take a few minutes and watch this.  Our friend, Elijah Abraham, sent us this video over the weekend and asked us to share: Brother Rachid addresses President Obama about ISIL and Islam; he explains to him how ISIL is imitating the prophet Muhammad in every detail they do. ISIL represents Islam.

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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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Leadership and the Kingdom – man’s way?

Today we are tackling something most pastors, elders and teachers need to consider: Leadership and the Kingdom of God. There are many different approaches. Church Growth, Bringing world leaders together to influence the church, getting more seats in chairs. Is this man’s kingdom or God’s Kingdom? We’ll start with an article about the Church Growth […]

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A global “unity of the spirit,” sans Jesus

Today we’ve got several rather disturbing news stories to share from the United Nations, the FDA and public education that point to a growing push for a global peace plan. Up first, we’re checking in with a man who knows full well what happens when religions are blended.  Born and raised as a Muslim in […]

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So goes Europe, so goes the Church?

Many people believe that Christianity in European countries is often a “preview” of what will be coming to America. We certainly saw the roots of post-modernity, which eventually spawned the Emergent Church movement, birthed in seminary teachings in Germany more than 60 years ago. But what’s happening now in European churches – many a blend […]

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Life’s fleeting nature and our trust in Him

Life is pretty precarious, is it not?  This video is going viral, and it is a metaphor for how precious and fleeting life on this earth can be! Are we looking at our lives here with an eternal perspective? We are talking about that right now on our program today with Elijah Abraham. Subscribe (RSS […]

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Your mission field to lukewarm Christians

Yes, the mission field in the world is filled with those who don’t know Jesus and have never read a Bible.  Do you know that this describes many lukewarm Christians as well? How do we reach them with the truth? Joining us today is Elijah Abraham, who was once a Muslim. Born and raised in […]

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What has changed?

As we remember the impact of the 9-11-2001 attack and those who perished, we’re asking: How has that event impacted Christianity in this nation these past 12 years? How has it impacted your own journey of faith in Jesus? We’ll share your comments throughout our program today. Joining us today is Elijah Abraham, who was once […]

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News, views and the Gospel

Today we’re talking about news and trends in the Church.  Among them, we’ll cover a protests in Texas against a statewide homeschool convention by atheists who are concerned that parents will be teaching their kids creationism and not evolution theories. In Switzerland, many are upset that their national anthem based on a biblical Psalm is […]

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The great Islamic deception

Today we’re seeing some interesting headlines about Christians and Muslims coming together. You’re going to hear about a Texas mega-church leader partnering with the Muslim Brotherhood and hosting an interfaith event called Global Faith Forum. We’re also going to tell you about an 80-year-old church at the University of Chicago that has removed several pews […]

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Leadership and the downside of the "Missional" movement

Today we are taking our temperature in the Church. Where is the majority of leadership in the Church from o – 10? Consider: We’ve gone from fact-based doctrine to feeling-based experiences. We’re teaching people how to “hear God’s voice” through direct revelation rather than reading His breathed-out Word of Scripture. Younger, inexperienced men are now […]

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Culturally relevant or ashamed of the Gospel?

In these increasingly uncertain times, we are seeing a whole new level of worldliness in the Church. We seem to have adopted a “seekermergent” model that focuses on being relevant to those who don’t know Christ, by looking exactly like the culture. But those who are lost already have the culture, so why would they […]

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The Message, the Bride and the enemy

Today we’ve got quite a bit of news to cover! A little later, we’ll be talking about a new article from one of our guests, Warren Smith, about a version of the Bible called The Message and it’s New Age implications of Eugene Peterson’s version of The Lord’s Prayer. We’ll also cover an article we […]

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Islam, Judaism & Christianity

Today we’re looking at the ongoing conflicts between Judaism, Islam and Christianity in a world where violence is escalating and tensions between nations are rising.  Plus a little later in the program, you won’t believe what one comedian in the United States said about the president Barack Obama. Is what Jamie Foxx said about the […]

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If we only knew real Hope

In the Bible, Elijah, Moses and David as well as many others witnessed God reveal Himself to the people, as if to boldly declare: “Today I will show them who I Am.” When will we learn who He is and where the real hope and change come from? In a church, we can grow in […]

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Must-see video: Why "Kingdom Circles" teaching is blasphemous

Remember when we first shared that photo of a Saddleback pastor teaching a highly questionable method of evangelizing to other religions? Churches around the world are learning how to blend or sychretize two different faiths, thanks to movements like Jesus in the Qur’an and The Insider Movement.  These folks will often use the so-called “Kingdom […]

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Servant evangelism: Does it work?

Many Christians believe that we can teach people about our faith by letting them see Christ in our lives. In our deeds.  But today we’re going to learn that “servant evangelism” without the full Gospel–the “why,” is no evangelism at all. Sharing our stories of what Christ has done in our lives is wonderful. Feeding […]

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