God has brought the nation of Israel back to center stage for the final years of this world before the Lord returns in judgment. Of all the policy decisions President Trump is faced with, none may be more important than how he works with and supports Israel. Joining us to discuss the critical relationship between the U.S. and Israel is Jan Markell of Olive Tree Views.Read More
No, we are not talking about the hit song of the 1960s–we’re talking about the increasing signs around us that our generation might, just might, be the one that sees the return of Jesus Christ. And while we anticipate His return with great hope and joy, we understand that only God knows the appointed date when Jesus calls us home and returns to establish His everlasting Kingdom.
Jesus warned us to be alert and look for the signs of His return, but to many Christians, biblical prophecy is confusing, intimidating and does not rank high on our priority list. This morning we’re joined by author and Pastor Carl Gallups, a scholar of biblical prophecy, to discuss the signs happening around us that might just point to the quick return of our Lord and Savior.Read More
The Middle East is on fire: An estimated 500,000 dead in Syria’s Civil War; Iraq in shambles; Iran flexing its muscle; Israel under growing threat; Turkey in chaos; and Russia solidifying its influence.
Europe is reeling from its short sighted policy of letting millions of Muslim refugees into its nations and Islamic terrorism is becoming a daily occurrence around the world. All of this centered on a religion most Americans know very little about: Islam. Later in our show we take a look at the fundamentals of the Muslim faith and differentiate between Sunni and Shiite beliefs.
In our first segment we check in with William Murray of The Religious Freedom Coalition to sort out all the events happening in Syria, Iraq and Turkey, and see how the light and love of Jesus Christ is being brought to many families affected by the tragedy in Iraq and Syria.Read More
As committed Christians around the world suffer persecution and are forced to celebrate Christmas in secret, Americans seem more obsessed with commercialism and gifts this time of year, instead of truly reflecting on what Jesus did and how we can share this good news with others.Read More
Ryan Mauro of The Clarion Project joins us to give us his “Five Issues for Trump on Radical Islam” and what President-elect Trump needs to start addressing even before he takes office in January.Read More
As Americans are obsessed with the Presidential election and all the mud slinging going on, things are happening in the world that point to very troubling times. This morning we report on Russia’s warning that war with America may be inevitable, and how the U.N. continues to marginalize Israel, even denying it access to one of its holiest places.
We’re also joined by Tim Chaffey of Answers in Genesis, who has written a new novel with K. Marie Adams about Noah: Man of Destiny.Read More
It seems there is growing confusion between biblical Christianity and American Christianity. One is eternal truth; the other resembles more of a religious system featuring a doctrine of convenience, works, prosperity, and man’s traditions.
Several missionary associations go around the world sharing the Christian faith–but are they spreading biblical Christianity or a watered down American version absent of power and truth?
Today, we welcome back Elijah Abraham to the program.Read More
Leon Rodriguez, the director of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration services, confirmed that people applying for refugee status from places like Syria can be admitted without any documentation. He also acknowledged a “significant” number of refugees who have been admitted into the US in the last eight years have been tied to terror plots.Read More
Men see from a human perspective; God sees from an eternal perspective. We see things through a clouded veil with an incomplete picture; God sees all things clearly and perfectly.
Christians have the mind of Christ, better able to see things as God sees them through His Word. This morning, Dave Wager discusses how God sees others and our circumstances compared to our incomplete perception as humans.Read More
On 9/11/2001, radical Islamic terrorists hijacked four jet planes with the intent of dealing a devastating blow to our nation. More than 3,000 people died and our nation was changed in a profound way. This Sunday marks the fifteenth anniversary of this horrendous tragedy.
Joining us to discuss Islam, the Quran, and how Christians should respond to the very real threat of Muslim terrorism is a former Muslim, now born-again believer, Elijah Abraham.Read More
We live in a nation where we have been blessed with tremendous freedom, including the ability to openly proclaim the gospel of salvation to all men. But we are seeing an attack on religious freedom that will be a challenge to all of us as Christians. This morning we cover a few stories about the increasing challenges to our religious freedoms–but we also take a step back to keep things in proper perspective.Read More
The freedom to worship and express our religious beliefs is an important right guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. But with it comes all sorts of challenges. When a religion known for suppressing the rights of women and other people begins to spread, where does safety and religious freedom intersect or conflict?
This morning we cover a brewing legal battle in Michigan where a city denied Muslims a permit to build a mega-Mosque in a residential community. Now the Federal Government is threatening legal action against the city.
While many Christians agree with the city’s decision this begs the question of how would they feel if it was a Christian Church being denied the right to build? Should the reality of growing radical Muslim terrorism factor in to the discussion on religious freedoms?
In the first segment we are joined by Dr. Cal Beisner of The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation for an update on the climate change battles and what we need to know about “science” in this battle.Read More
The Trump Administration’s Department of Justice announced Wednesday that it would drop an order from President Obama threatening to punish schools that did not allow transgender students to use bathrooms or shower facilities that coincide with their “perceived gender,” returning at least a shred of sanity to public education. But the battle for religious freedom and sanity marches on. This morning we discuss the story of a Christian business owner who was threatened by the U.S. Department of Agriculture because he dared have articles about the biblical view on marriage in his company’s break room.
In our first two segments today we talk about the “Church Growth Movement” with author and Pastor Gary Gilley who has studied this movement at length. First, what is the role of the church and its mission according to the Bible? Is bigger always better? What are the advantages and disadvantages of belonging to a mega-church? What kind of church is best and more conducive to growth for a young Christian? check out the podcast for plenty of wisdom from Pastor Gilley.Read More
Just like humanity’s efforts in building the Tower of Babel that God destroyed, mankind is once again on a journey to proclaim itself “god”. Led by the United Nations and globalist economic, social and military forces, Progressives are determined to unite the world and form their version of “paradise” where mankind is unfettered by any constraints of God or His Word.
Gary Kah of hope for the World has studied the globalist movement for more than thirty years and joins us this morning for an update.Read More
Many of us want to believe we are strong, independent, intelligent, adventurous, and even invincible. In the Bible however, God compares us to sheep – over and over. Not a flattering comparison, but there are many reasons for this. First, since we are the sheep of His pasture, we are dependent on Him. We also have a Good Shepherd who feeds us and tends to our needs.
If we dwell in the shelter God provides, and if we abide in the shadow of the Almighty as Psalm 91:1 suggests, then we are protected. When we stay close enough to Jesus our Shepherd, we can rest in His shadow and grow in His presence. Our responsibility is to stay close to Him, keep listening to His voice, and to not stray. Though we often follow many people and things in this life, we were made to follow after God, our Leader.Read More
We must be undaunted in establishing God’s Word as the basis of our thinking, our faith, and our lives. There are many within the church who do not believe God’s Word in its entirety and do not believe in the deity of Jesus Christ. Truth is on the line here as we try to navigate a godless and rapidly changing culture.Read More