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Got Questions?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:06 — 20.9MB) The Bible tells us in 1 Peter 3:15: “Honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you.” Are you prepared to give a reason for […]

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How God wants us to live

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:03 — 20.9MB) Today we’re covering news, taking your calls and asking this question: How does God really want us to live?  We’re going to share a number of Bible verses about that, such as Matthew 22:37-40, John 15:5, John 14:6, Matthew 7:13-14, and many more. Stand […]

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Evangelical Disaster

Today we’re reading a very important statement from our Board of Directors about why we’re pulling out of a local Christian event that we have long sponsored. Plus our guest Jake Jacobs will be here to talk about how Postmodernism has shredded Truth in the evangelical church, but God’s Word is flourishing in the remnant of those who are staying true to Him.

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Joyce Meyer to speak at IHOP’s “One Thing”

Once again, “One Thing 2014,” the New Year’s Eve weekend celebration at Mike Bickle’s International House of Prayer (IHOP) is raising a spectacle in its invitee. This year it will be Joyce Meyer: There are good reasons for people’s concerns with the IHOP organization and its New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) teachings, which are contrary to […]

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Once again the dominionists make it about us rather than Him

This is disgusting to me. And I am about to lose my mind if I see one more conference promising anything other than the eternal Hope we have in Christ. What if my “larger story” isn’t about living to my potential or fulfilling my fleshly dreams for myself, but living for Him, even to the […]

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The Low-Information Evangelical (LIE), Part 1

  We are told throughout the New Testament to judge, to test, to discern, to assess, to rebuke, to hold one another to account, to make moral distinctions, and to pronounce judgment when and where it is due. ~ Bill Muehlenberg The phrase low-information voter (LIV) was made popular in the mid-1990s.  Although the LIV […]

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Straight talk and a matter of faith

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 49:46 — 22.8MB) Today we need to have a frank talk on events in the Middle East. The main stream media has its spin—with an agenda and without the backdrop of the Word of God.And I would like your calls and emails on this subject in the […]

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Mike’s Rant: Read the warning label!

  I want to share a short story about just how stupid men can be—and yours truly is today’s character witness. About 17 years ago I had a bit of a fungus problem in my toe nails and I went to the Doctor. He gave me a prescription that he said would kill the fungus […]

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The professing, apathetic “church” and the transforming work of the Holy Spirit

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:44 — 20.7MB) The fact that we have a Gospel, a Holy Spirit who actively strives to transform us in every area of life right here and right now seems to be lost on many professing believers. So says our guest today, Scott Alan Buss. “While the […]

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Why separating youth into groups might be the problem

If you are looking for a full-length feature film to watch this weekend, I’ve included it below. It’s called “DIVIDED,” and it features folks like Ken Ham and Pastor Voddie Baucham. Note to pastors, and in particular youth pastors: I shared this video today and it really touched a nerve with parents, grandparents and students. […]

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Why the church needs more old elephants

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:30 — 21.0MB) Today our conversation runs the gamut of issues facing the modern church, and perhaps its biggest challenge is biblical illiteracy – especially among the next generation. So, what’s up with the elephant? The elephant analogy will make sense when you listen to today’s podcast […]

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Study: Youth Groups Driving Christian Teens to Abandon Faith

The following was originally published at Charisma Magazine: A new study might reveal why a majority of Christian teens abandon their faith upon high school graduation. Some time ago, Christian pollster George Barna documented that 61 percent of today’s 20-somethings who had been churched at one point during their teen years are now spiritually disengaged. […]

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Sun Bible!

“Pay no attention to the signs, folks”

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:37 — 21.1MB) If your church doesn’t talk much or at all about Bible prophecy, why not? Did you know that a third of your Bible is full of prophecy? Some has been fulfilled, and some is yet to be. But we can be sure of one […]

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Money, storehouses and faith

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:58 — 20.8MB) We had an interesting conversation on Facebook a few weeks ago on whether Christians should stockpile food for hard times.  We had so many great comments with Bible verses on each side, that we thought we’d link up that discussion (you don’t have to […]

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A Clown.

Clowning around with Christ?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:41 — 21.1MB) The Bible has a lot to say about scoffers and mockers in the last days. Later  you’ll hear about a new re-imagined “bible” titled “God is Disappointed In You,” which mocks God and Christians.  Also news of a new cable  television program called “Black Jesus” […]

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Rob Bell is back, rethinking the Bible

“A growing numbers are asking whether their reading has become too rigid, too simplistic and too alienating.” That’s the intro to a new Orange County Register article titled: Rethinking the Bible: A reassessment among some evangelicals. Here is an excerpt: What is the Bible? It’s a straightforward question. But for Christians these days, it turns out […]

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Love, Hate, & Disturbing verbiage from the White House

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:07 — 20.9MB)   Today we’re covering what seems to be a landscape of opposites: Truth vs. relativism; freedom or persecution; Love or hate. And what about grace? If grace is the most misunderstood teaching of the Bible, the love of God might be a close runner […]

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[VIDEO] “Such were some of you”

Check out this 2-hour documentary featuring scholars, ministers and dozens of testimonies of former homosexuals telling the story of how Jesus Christ can transform anyone with this struggle who comes to Him in repentance and faith. Produced by Pure Passion Media, it is described this way: “Such Were Some of You” was inspired by the […]

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The teachings of Joyce Meyer

I am sharing one of the most comprehensive articles on Joyce Meyer’s teachings I’ve seen yet. It’s from CARM (Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry), and it is matter-of-fact, non emotional, non-attacking – just the facts. The Bereans in Acts 17 compared what Paul was telling them about Messiah to the Scripture, and that is what […]

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Why do Gospel-believing Christians reject the Gospel?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:47 — 20.7MB)   Yes, the title of this post is a strange conundrum. Let me explain.  One of the many foundations in Scripture we stand firm on is the historicity of Adam in the Book of Genesis. Jesus spoke of him as a real person – […]

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