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Joyce Meyer cancels IHOP’s “OneThing” appearance New Year’s Eve

It appears Joyce Meyer has cancelled her speaking event for the New Year’s Eve gala at International House of Prayer (IHOP)’s OneThing event. She had been scheduled to be the keynote speaker for One Thing. Says IHOP’s organizers: Joyce Meyer, who was scheduled to be with us at Onething 2014, has had to cancel speaking […]

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Church shopping? 35 Key Questions to Ask the Church

I originally posted this late last year, but we’ve had some many requests from people who are looking for a new church home that I’m re-posting to bump it higher: If you are looking for a new church, you need to ask some very important questions of church leadership before you become a member. Here […]

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Leaving churches: The rise of the “Dones”

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:38 — 24.1MB) Researchers from organizations like Pew Forum and Barna Research have come up with all sorts of names for our behavior and practices. We’ve heard of the “unchurched,” the “De-Churched,” and this past year we’ve heard the term, “the Nones,” the number of Americans who […]

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Would the Son of God Contradict the Father?

Is it true that Jesus never mentioned anything about homosexuality?  That He never brought it up, even once?  Most of us have heard the argument that the Gospels have no record of Jesus condemning homosexuality.  There are individuals, especially from the militant homosexual rights movement, who utter this fabrication with all the raw hostility of liberals who think abortion is their […]

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Scoffers in the modern church

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 53:15 — 24.4MB) 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 […]

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The price of contending

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 40:06 — 55.1MB) Often believers are told they are intolerant, unloving and narrow-minded for not going with the flow of an ever-changing culture. Many Bible believing Christians are dismayed by the way they are being rejected by not just the world, but their friends, family members and […]

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Simon and Jude martyred; ms. circa 1455.

Jude, Peter, and why watchmen can’t be ignored

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:40 — 71.0MB) Simon and Jude martyred; ms. circa 1455. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Did you know that Jude is the only book given entirely to the great apostasy?  The Book of Jude is only one chapter with 24 verses. It may be the shortest book of the […]

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Jesus Calling: Whitewashing the Red Flags

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 53:13 — 21.3MB) What if you are a major publisher like Thomas Nelson and you suddenly discover that your  mega best-selling book Jesus Calling was inspired by a channeled New Age book? And what if you find out that some of the “messages” your author “received” from […]

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Changing “Jesus Calling”—Damage Control for a False Christ

There has been an interesting – and concerning – development these past few months about the wildly popular Jesus Calling book by Sarah Young: The new 10th Anniversary Edition just published has been stripped and edited to remove or alter those pesky New Age elements, the alarming statements made by the author’s “Jesus.” and the […]

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National Cathedral to Host First Muslim Prayer

Washington National Cathedral is hosting a Muslim prayer service for the first time on Friday. Planners say they hope Friday’s service at the historic cathedral will foster more understanding and acceptance between Christians and Muslims around the world. The prominent Episcopal cathedral often hosts national events, such as presidential funerals, and has hosted Muslims at […]

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Tony Blair’s Strategy to Battle “Religious Extremism” starts with young

Tony Blair, an honorary speaker at the Willow Creek Leadership Summit a few years ago, says that his global interfaith organization wants to teach our next generation to think critically so they can learn to easily dismiss all forms of religious extremists.  Interestingly, Bible-believing Christians.  Lighthouse Trails files this report: Tony Blair Calls for “Comprehensive […]

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Seeker-Mergent and Asking the right questions

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 43:13 — 17.3MB) Today we’re covering an outrageous article from a Christian progressive site that claims we’ve had the Jesus, faith and the Bible taught to us wrong all along. It’s one of the latest lies from the enemy designed to doubt the truth of who God […]

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Discerning error isn’t popular

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 53:48 — 21.6MB) If only we could “just focus on the positive.” But Jesus commands us to be on guard, looking behind the curtain to see what the enemy is up to: “Lest Satan should get an advantage of us: for we are not ignorant of his […]

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Truth: Reality Check

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 53:11 — 21.3MB) For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth. Romans 1:18 tells that by our unrighteousness, we suppresses the truth. What is reality? The Good News is true. The wrath of […]

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A global reach

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:02 — 20.8MB) When we first started SUFTT 4 years ago we never thought we’d have all that much to talk about, and we sure didn’t think we’d meet people halfway around the world. After all, we’re just a little radio station in a small town west […]

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Of course Ebola is airborne. It flies in from Africa all the time.

So the hits just keep a-comin’… Sure, ISIS, Ebola and the like are inherently horrifying and all, but it’s the way in which these threats are understood and handled by our “leaders” that just seems to amplify the tragedy and terror in…well…a sometimes comically awful sort of way. Has this year not been one incredible run […]

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Rob Bell’s “Zimzum of Love”

Rob Bell, who continues to influence millions of fans around the world despite his fall from biblical Christianity has launched a new book project with his wife Kristin. Their book, The Zimzum of Love, is promoted as giving people a “startling new way of looking at marriage.”  Since Bell has come out in support of […]

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Lone Wolf Attacks?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:33 — 20.7MB) There seems to be a shift in tactics by Islamic terrorists. What appears to be isolated attacks across the world, from beheadings to shootings. This week we’ve had Islamic terrorist attacks happening in Canada, and in Israel. In America, authorities are looking to see […]

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School policy: How much should parents know?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:18 — 21.0MB) Today we are talking about the rapid changes happening in our schools across the nation. Our guest today is going to be Kyle Olson, founder and publisher of EAG News, an organization dedicated to school reform and an advocate for parents and teachers who […]

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Hillsong’s “Clarification” on homosexuality

Does he let his Yes be yes, and his No be No?  Not exactly. Following Hillsong Church Pastor Brian Houston’s comments about homosexuality here, he had to answer a firestorm of emails and bad press from everyone – from the homosexual groups to the secularists to the Christians. Houston has attempted to clarify Hillsong’s stance […]

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