Tag Archives: God
Crying

Feelings, Emotions and Truth

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:15 — 11.7MB) What color is your shirt?  A profound question we talked about with our special guest Dave Wager. Truth can only be one color, but we’re often told in our society to trust our feelings and our “gut” to make decisions that can change our […]

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Hard times, simple Truth

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.8MB) Chrislam, New Spirituality (New Age), and the Emergent and Seeker Friendly movements; What’s happening in the Christian Church today? This week we’re talking about the surge of dangerous teachings and messages that are confusing the sheep and leading many away from Truth. Another lively discussion today with […]

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truth

The message of The Message

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (12.0MB) Today we’re taking a look at The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language  created by Eugene H. Peterson and published in segments from 1993 to 2002.  Is this translation making God’s Word more relevant to today, or have we crossed the line in taking the translation seriously? […]

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Meditate

What Is Theophostic Counseling?

Here is an article one of our listeners shared from the Berean Call on our Facebook Page. We’re re-posting it here. What Is Theophostic Counseling?    by Jan Fletcher Theophostic Prayer Ministry (TPM) is taking thousands of churches by storm around the world. This fast-growing inner-healing technique is an offshoot of Agnes Sanford‘s teachings. Sanford, […]

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Altar Call

Ten reasons NOT to ask Jesus into your heart

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.9MB) That’s a provocative title, isn’t it? But writer and watchman Todd Friel asks the compelling questions that every Christian ought to consider when thinking about salvation and evangelism. Questions like, is the “sinner’s prayer” or an altar call a simplified salvation ticket, or the beginning of a […]

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Life and Listening to God

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.4MB) Mike and Nancy LeMay discuss news issues affecting our Christian faith. Plus Amy Spreeman reports from Lifest with special guest Danen Kane, an up-and-coming artist gaining national attention with his ministry and new album, Love Is Waiting. At a time when so many young Christians are looking […]

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Why should they listen to you?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.9MB) How do we tell people about who Jesus is?  Today we welcome our in-studio guest, Jaye Meng and John Shaline of the Burnbrothers Ministries, a great organization with helpful resources that show Christians how to overcome their fear and share their faith. Download the podcast! Subscribe (RSS | iTunes) […]

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Coffee Conversations

Teaching a Cheap Salvation?

This weekend I was listening to an excellent sermon by John MacArthur.  He was teaching out of Luke 13 where Jesus warns of the narrow path that leads to eternal life and the wide path that leads to eternal damnation. In verse 24 Jesus says: “Make every effort to enter through the narrow door, because […]

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Personal Responsibility in our Christian Walk

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.8MB) Do you live a “status quo” lifestyle? Today our guest is Pastor Matthew Hagee of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas. Matthew’s book, Response Able is touching a few nerves and gaining popularity. Matthew  is also the son of Pastor John Hagee. Download the podcast! Subscribe (RSS […]

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the Gospel of Matthew

"Jesus was not polite to false teachers"

Jesus had a lot to say about false teachers and false teachings in His day. He wasn’t mean or belittling, but His words were firm–a sword of Truth. Here’s an interesting article from the Apprising Ministries blog about how Jesus confronted false teachers in His love: Jesus was not polite to false teachers By Ken […]

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Spiritual strongholds – the Biblical view

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.8MB) The Bible talks about everyday people who experienced spiritual warfare. Do you believe this happens today? Are we sometimes too quick to blame Satan when we sin, or is there really an attack of the enemy going on?. Today we go to the Word of God and […]

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How Jesus heals today

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.7MB) The centurion, the bleeding woman, the blind men, lepers and Lazerous; does Christ’s miraculous healing still happen in the world today? Today we’re sharing the amazing testimony of Alexis Sauter, a local young woman who will share how God is healing bodies and touching hearts in Tanzania. […]

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(Joshua Clarke) SAINT PETER

Where Is Our Faith These Days?

Without faith, it is impossible to please God.  This verse in Hebrews always has me doing a gut check on my walk with God.  Way too often, my faith seems to lack real power.  And when trials and troubles arise, I still sometimes find myself worrying instead of completely trusting that God has things in […]

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Morning Workout

Resistance will come

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.9MB) So many issues are facing our churches today, and we’re called to not only point people to Jesus but be on the watch for teachings that would lead His people away from the Truth of who He is.   When you stand up for Christian principles adversity […]

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Choose This Day Whom You Will Serve

I believe it was Edmund Burke who said “All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing”. Well yesterday in hundreds of Christian churches across the nation, pastors placed Korans next to Bibles and many read from the Koran as part of their so called “worship service”.    I am […]

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Truth or Consequences

This Sunday, hundreds of “christian” churches will have Korans in their pews and many pastors will read from the Koran as part of their church service.  All in the name of “unity”. I wonder how many Mosques will allow the Bible, the absolute truth of God’s Word, to be read on Sunday?  Sadly, probably none.  […]

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Christian Issues and Rabbit Trails

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.8MB) What’s on your mind? Today we’ve gathered your topic requests and we’re going to take a few rabbit trails into news and issues like Chrislam, apathy in the Church, economic fear and how we as Christians should handle it, being biblically seeker friendly and defining heresy and […]

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Drawing a Line on Heresy

First, a huge thank you to all of you who write and call with encouragement for the topics we discuss on Stand Up For the Truth.  Virtually everywhere we go, people are coming up and telling us how much they enjoy the show and how it is helping them discern in these challenging times.  Around […]

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When To Say "Not On My Watch!"

We are called by Jesus to be light and salt to the world.  Yet we are told to not be of the world.  Jesus went to Matthew’s house for dinner, knowing thieves and prostitutes would be there.   In 1 Corinthians 9:22, Paul says “…I have become all things to all men so that by all […]

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Earth

When greening up the church becomes an agenda

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (11.5MB) There is a universal movement to elevate God’s earth to an object of worship. We want to be good stewards of the Earth, but some believe there’s a fine line between stewardship and a worship of environmentalism.  Our guest, Dr. Cal Beisner has developed a ministry around “Resisting the […]

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