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Christians and Sexuality

One of the defining issues of our times regarding the Christian Church in America is the Supreme Court ruling that homosexuals can marry, defying the Word of God in an act of blatant disobedience against Him.  Yet God promises us in His Word that in all things he works for the good of those who […]

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The Dan Barker Interview: Mike’s Thoughts

It was a robust but respectful discussion on air with Dan Barker for the Freedom From Religion Foundation this morning.  If you missed it and would like to hear it, click here.) I wanted to share my initial thoughts in hopes we can learn from the discussion: First, notice how Mr. Barker came out swinging calling […]

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Progressive faith rises, denominational loyalty falters

Are you loyal to your denomination? A little later today we’re going to talk about a new report out on religion in the United States, and look at why a record number of Americans now say they profess no religious affiliation at all. Is denominational loyalty imploding? If you’ve been a member of yours for […]

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Sorry, Christians. Morality doesn’t work!

What is the difference between ethics and morals? Can you teach these two concepts without God?   Today we’re learning why these two terms matter to Christians. The word ethics comes from ethos, which means “animal stall.” Morals comes from mores, which means “shifting.” The National Study of Youth and Religion reveals a theological fault […]

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America at a crossroads

Is our nation coming under God’s judgement?  World and national events seem to indicate that we’re in for some changes politically, economically, socially and religiously.  No one has more expertise than our guest, Gary Kah, about how our governments, economy, education and religions are coming together in a one world, one religion organization. Gary is […]

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One-World Goverment and One-World Religion

No one has more expertise than our guest, Gary Kah, about how our governments, economy, education and religions are coming together in a one world, one religion organization. Gary is the former Europe & Middle East Trade Specialist for the Indiana state government. While in that position he traveled extensively overseas working closely with the […]

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Bin Laden Stands Before God

Osama Bin Laden is dead.  After nearly 10 years and the most costly manhunt in human history, the perpetrator of the mass killing of 9/11 has been sent to the grave.  He stands before the one true God, awaiting his eternal fate.  Today, many Americans feel some vindication—that justice has triumphed. As I watched the […]

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Which Cross Are You Carrying?

One week ago today, we were focused on the death of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior on the cross.  We were reminded of the painful torture and death he willingly experienced for us to take away our sin and bring us freedom from the bondage of sin.  Has the memory of what He did […]

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Are We Really Standing Up For the Truth?

Recently my quiet time of prayer to God has centered a great deal around one particular passage.  In Romans 8:28 Paul writes “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him who have been called to His special purpose.” As we research and discuss important and sometimes […]

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Questioning God's Nature

In Mark Chapter 13, Jesus warns us of the great deception that will occur before His return.  In verse 22 Jesus states: “For false christs and false prophets will appear and perform signs and miracles to deceive the elect—if that were possible.” Stop and really let that sink in for a moment.  Signs and wonders […]

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Afraid? Or excited?

I confess that when I first became a Christian all the talk of a conspiracy working toward a one world government or religion seemed a bit far fetched to me.  I always thought people who wrote about these subjects seemed just a tad on the paranoid side.  But as I immersed myself in the prophetic […]

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Did Anything Really Change Yesterday?

Did anything really change within us yesterday as Christians?  Or was yesterday the latest in a series of annual feel good days where the troubles and temptations of this world take a one day vacation, only to return in full force as we head back to work? When Islamic terrorists flew planes into The Twin […]

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Will This Weekend Change Anything For You?

In a few hours, many of us will head to church.  There we will commemorate the death and crucifixion of our Lord and Savior, Jesus.  We will think about the terrible price He willingly paid so our sins could be forgiven and we might come in to a relationship with God.  For many, it will […]

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Watchman or Pharisee?

Earlier this week Warren Smith shared his concerns for New Age teachings he believes are infiltrating the minds and hearts of many Americans and some Christians.  When he discussed Rick Warren we knew there would be some strong reactions.  And I want to sincerely thank Chad for sharing his thought with us on the subject […]

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