Tag: False Teachers

A play about corn syrup. Sort of…

Scene 1: Banquet Hall (Applause dies down) Doctor Smith:  “Welcome to the weekly banquet, fellow heart patients. As a cardiologist and your surgeon, it is my privilege to feed you only the healthiest of heart-healthy foods while...

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A Time To Be Meek–and a Time To Fight!

Fire breathing Christians…I’m sure that title causes discomfort in many of us in these politically correct days we live in.  We have been taught as Christians to be kind, meek and gentle.  And certainly those are desirable...

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The Train Is Coming At High Speed

Last Saturday while visiting family in Missouri, I was up as usual around 4am.  I brewed myself a cup of coffee and started reading the books by the minor prophets in the Old Testament when I felt God beckon me to just close my...

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Faith in Faith? Or In God?

Some Christian teachers present faith as some sort of special power that is there at our beckon call.  If we can just tap into that faith, that God would give us anything we could ever desire—health, wealth and prosperity.  They...

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If You Build it, They Might Come

We would all love to see a growth in the number of strong Christian churches in America. Over the past fifteen years there has been a fervent effort to plant more churches, but the statistics show that pretty much for every new church that opens, another closes its doors. Is it time we rethink our strategy on Church planting? Pastor Randy White joins us to discuss the Church Plant Movement and its current shortcomings.

We are also joined by Dr. Cal Beisner of The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation to discuss President Trump’s nominee to head up the EPA. Is there reasonable common ground that bible-believing Christians can find with environmentalists?

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Questioning Evangelism

No, we don’t mean we are questioning the necessity and value of sharing the gospel; we mean using questions in our conversations with others to share the good news of Jesus Christ. How many times do we try to witness to lost people only to find our efforts thwarted by people who seem like they have their minds made up and just don’t want to hear what we are saying?

We look to the example of Jesus who often taught using questions. Joining us today is Jay Seegert to discuss the power of asking questions and how to get people to think.

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