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Can The Truth Be Heard In A Room Full Of Doubters?

We often seem to lack the ability to defend the scriptures and explain them to lost people. Jay Seegert joins us the program today.

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J.D. Greear: How I dumped the mega-church model

J.D. Greear: How I dumped the mega-church model

From FoxNews.com “Each year, the “nones” in our society (those who check “none” for religious affiliation) grow at an astounding rate. Some have used those statistics to declare the end of the American church. And while this fear of secularism is a bit overblown, the stats do raise an essential point: Churches that want to […]

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Our Greatest Challenge

On Stand Up For the Truth we cover a lot of issues and challenges facing us as Christians.  But perhaps the greatest challenge we face in the world today is sharing the gospel of salvation and hope with those who are on a path to eternal destruction. In Luke 19:10 Jesus states that he came […]

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Seeker lesson

How to help seeker-trained Christians understand the Gospel

Tired of all the “negative, hateful news” we share here? Oh please, please, PLEASE listen to the best news of all. (I never said it would be easy to listen to – but WOW, will you be blessed!) Here, we see street evangelist Todd Friel preaching God’s Word to those who do not believe, and […]

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Why aren’t our lips sharing?

Today we are asking each other as fellow sisters and brothers in Christ, why don’t more of us share the Good News more often? Is it because: A. We are ashamed of the Gospel? B. Don’t care about the eternal destinations of the lost? C. Don’t know the Gospel well enough to share with others? […]

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The New Order

We seem to be waking up to the fact that there is a “new order.” That things are markedly different in our nation than they were even 30 or 50 years ago. As those who follow Jesus and who claim Him as our God and Redeemer, we need to look at this from a biblical […]

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Circlemaker

Where do you draw the line?

Today on Stand Up, we are covering several news stories from the weekend that you may not have heard about, and we will revisit a book that is controversial, titled, “The Circle Maker.” We mentioned it last week in light of a new push by some evangelicals to get this book into the hands of […]

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NC Police Claim Christian Carrying Cross Violates "Dangerous Weapons"" Law

Thanks to Christian News Network for covering this story: MORGANTON, North Carolina – A Christian evangelist witnessing at a public festival in North Carolina this past weekend was forced to put away a wooden cross that he was holding as police asserted that it could be considered a “dangerous weapon.” Brothers Jesse and Matthew Boyd, along […]

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Hope in Hopeless Times

Hope in Hopeless Times

Today we are covering a lot of headlines in the news that could easily get you down. Where is our hope? For Christians, it is in the risen Christ Jesus, who offers us full pardon of our sins through what only He has done for us: making the sacrifice with His own life on the […]

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Wishing All of Us a "Disturbing Christmas"

Well here we are on December 21, 2012—and the earth has not been destroyed.  Sadly millions around the world are relieved because they put credence into the “Mayan Calendar” hype.  But life goes on and God is still on his throne.  And our duties as Christians remain the same. We’re just 4 days away from […]

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When the world demands compromise

When the world demands compromise

One of the toughest places for a Christian to be in our post-modern world is on the fence.  When the world pressures us to give an account for why we believe the way way do, or why we take a stand on the issues we do, the temptation for many is to  attempt to appeal […]

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Prepared for chaos?

Prepared for chaos?

In these times we find ourselves in, even the secularists know that something is “up.” Economists are warning us to get ready for a complete collapse–that it’s not a matter of if, but when our economy goes belly up. Unemployment and underemployment is the new normal for many of us, and the spiritual and moral […]

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Servant evangelism: Does it work?

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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Biblical Social Justice

In Matthew 19:16-26, Jesus seems to have a stern admonishment for wealthy people:  “Truly I say to you, it is hard for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven.   Again I say to you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich […]

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