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2015 forecast: Bloody, violent persecution for Christians

Report: Global Persecution of Christians Reached Historic Levels in 2014 Originally published at Christian News Net by Heather Clark SANTA ANA, Calif. – A watchdog organization that releases a report each year on the global persecution of Christians states that 2014 marked the highest level of hostility against Christians ever recorded, but believes matters will […]

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Leading and following in these times

Today we are talking about some different leadership models adopted into the visible church over the past several decades. Does God have anything to say about leadership? It turns out He does! We’ll take a look at one article in particular from Daniel Neades over at Discern.org on The seeker-driven megachurch leadership model. Up first, […]

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The cracked foundation of the world

Is the ground moving under your feet? The shifting sands of the world are rapidly changing everything you thought you knew about the world you live in. In the Middle East, ISIS is quickly taking city after city. Ebola is sickening people to the point that our government is kicked into red alert in every […]

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Why beheading?

In the Middle East we know that beheadings of whom Islamic Extremists call “infidels” is on the rise. This morning we’re hearing that ISIS beheaded nine Kurdish fighters captured in Syria, three of them women. And now it is here in the United States, as one man – a convert to Islam – is behind […]

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Is ISIS poised to attack America?

Today we’re talking about ISIS and developments in the Middle East through the eyes of someone who has his finger on the pulse of national security and sees things that mainstream reporters don’t have privy to. Later in the program: A California school has yanked Corrie ten Boom‘s book, The Hiding Place, because she writes […]

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Standing for Truth in these times

How hard is it to stand up for Truth in these increasingly challenging times?  Today we will discuss some recent statements made by Christian artist Michael Gungor (See “Christian Singer Michael Gungor Makes More Outrageous Claims“), that Jesus may have been wrong or even lied about the historicity of Adam, Noah, Jonah, Abraham and events […]

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When a course correction is called for

How should Christians react when leaders are called to step aside, or step down because of issues with morality, character or false teaching? Are we the first to say, “good, he’s finally got what’s coming,” or are we prayerfully and humbly lifting the situation and those involved in prayer that God may be glorified and […]

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Our human response to news of death

The World is mourning and talking about the tragic suicide of Robin Williams, the actor who reportedly hanged himself yesterday after battling depression. He recently had sought treatment for an alcohol addiction that he had once beaten but had come back. Even our president is tweeting condolences. Death is all around us. There are people […]

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Straight talk and a matter of faith

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 second segment: The horrible video that came out yesterday of the […]

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Israel, Hamas and the American propaganda machine

Today we are talking about truth and fiction coming out of the Middle East, particularly from Israel and the Gaza area, where information has been intentionally skewed to gain sympathy from the West for the terrorist group known as Hamas. Joining us today is a frequent guest here on Stand Up For The Truth: Gary […]

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Is God preparing the World for the Return of Jesus Christ?

Fewer and fewer churches seem interested or willing to teach Biblical prophecy—even though about 30% of the Bible deals with prophecy. There are a couple possible reasons for this: Pastors may be ignorant of the prophetic Word because they were never taught it They may not think it is important They may prefer their people […]

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Seismic strategic shifts

Isaiah 5:20 warns us:  “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!” Today we are taking on several controversial issues and making the stand for standing firm in a time when we are seeing this […]

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Preparing for Turbulent Times

  By Gary Kah, originally posted here The world situation has become very unstable. The stand-off between Russia and Ukraine is intensifying and could result in an all-out war. Tensions between Russia and the Western Alliance (especially with the United States) are mounting. Meanwhile, the Middle East remains explosive, with Israel’s enemies continually threatening to […]

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Don’t need no church…

Did you know: The nation and nature of Turkey is changing rapidly, and in just a moment we will have our guest on tell us more about what is shifting, and also why Christians are being seduced by “interfaith” movement with Muslims. A little later on, we’re sharing a recent Barna study that says this: […]

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A global “unity of the spirit,” sans Jesus

Today we’ve got several rather disturbing news stories to share from the United Nations, the FDA and public education that point to a growing push for a global peace plan. Up first, we’re checking in with a man who knows full well what happens when religions are blended.  Born and raised as a Muslim in […]

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How safe do you feel?

Would you rather be safe, or sound? You may someday need to make that choice. We know that things are heating up in the Middle East in places like Syria and Egypt. But with increasing headlines about the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood, and now a report of that organization being a presence in the White House, […]

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Cross & Clouds

A Look Back–A Look Ahead

Thursday on Stand Up For the Truth we take a look back at 2013 and forward to 2014, asking you to chime in on what you saw take place in 2013 that either encouraged or discouraged you—and what your major concerns are as we head into the new year. Was it the growth of Chrislam? […]

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Why world threats are a big deal

Today on the program: There are lots of news stories that are breaking and we want to update you on the headlines that you don’t hear in mainstream media.  In our first segment we are going to share the insider news that you won’t hear unless you know where to look. The whole world knows […]

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A darkness sweeping

Today,we’re checking in with national security expert Ryan Mauro about the latest in the Middle East.  Ryan is founder of The Clarion Project.org, WorldThreats.com, and RadicalIslam.org. and an intelligence analyst with the Asymmetric Warfare and Intelligence Center. Ryan has done extensive research for the Reform Party of Syria, a group dedicated to bringing democracy to that country. In 2005, he published his […]

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Syria, Russia, Israel and America: Next moves?

Did you know that last week a poll showed most Americans were 12 times more interested in Miley Cyrus than Syria?  Well, many are starting to wake up to the fact that we are in perilous times with the dire situation in the Middle East. Even USA Today is reporting: “Some see biblical visions of […]

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