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When, if ever, should we actively disobey or disarm Police?

  In a Police State, when the Police speak (or beat or tackle or shoot), you don’t challenge them. You simply conform to their will and obey. You don’t think for yourself in that moment. You don’t critically evaluate what one person is doing to another when the one doing it is wearing a badge. And […]

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Who are the real dividers?

  A little later today a couple of news global headlines involving America’s Pastor, Rick Warren. A lot of people are sharing his joke with Elton John last week at a senate hearing about kissing, but are we ignoring the bigger picture? (see, Rick Warren, Elton John at senate hearing on global health programs) For […]

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Those deep theological questions

Today we’re opening up our phone lines and inviting you to ask anything you’ve ever wanted to know about the Bible, about the character and nature of God, and about how pastors stand firm for the truth in these times. Joining us to talk about this is a frequent guest, Dr. Randy White, pastor of […]

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How to spot a cult

When you hear the word, “Cult,” do you think of Jim Jones, David Koresh or perhaps Charles Manson? Think you can easily recognize a cult by its crazy leaders and practices?  The truth is, there are quite a few cults and their followers that look and act and even dress and use Christian terminology just […]

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Texas Islamic Tribunal Dispenses Shariah Law

Islamic Tribunal Confirmed in Texas; Attorney Claims “It’s Voluntary”, reports Bob Price over at Breitbart News: An Islamic Tribunal using Sharia law in Texas has been confirmed by Breitbart Texas. The tribunal is operating as a non-profit organization in Dallas. One of the attorneys for the tribunal said participation and acceptance of the tribunal’s decisions […]

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Sharing truth and holding opinions lightly

As the famous 1980s theologians 38 Special sang, “Hold on loosely, but don’t let go.” It’s not easy sharing the Truth of God’s Word in a world that doesn’t want to hear it. It’s even harder sharing truth with those who have a religion but not an understanding.  We know that the Bible is God’s […]

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Will American Christians wake up?

Lots of disturbing news coming out of the Great State of Texas. We’re checking in with Texas pastor Dr. Randy White of Randy White Ministries on everything from Ebola to the border issue and most importantly, the Houston mayor’s insistence that she inspect the sermons of several pastors. (See Dr. White’s article, Attention Mayor Parker: […]

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What are “non-essentials?”

We’ve been asking our listeners, “What issues are so important to your faith that you would separate yourself spiritually from those who don’t hold those beliefs?  Are there non-essentials that you see Christians arguing and dividing over? A lot of you have emailed and commented on this, and we’re going to share your thoughts today.  […]

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Facebook, Twitter, our brains and our witness

One of the things we are talking about today is technology and how it has connected us – especially through social media. We know that as Christians, channels like Facebook and Twitter have greatly increased the ability to witness to people for Christ, and to pass along important information on false teachings. But there is […]

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TV Celeb Preachers Fawn Over Meeting with Pope

Remember the shock and awe a few months ago when Pope Francis told Word of Faith pastor Kenneth Copeland that Catholics and Charismatics must spiritually unite?  (Here is the video to refresh your memory:) Yes, we continue to gallop toward a one-world melding of religions, and the ramifications are staggering.Recently more celeb pastors, a Mormon senator […]

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Are we beyond revival?

The Bible teaches in Revelation that there will be at least one more revival. That revival will happen after the Antichrist proclaims himself to be God. Today we ask, have we strayed so far in the world and in the visible church that we’re beyond revival until that time? And what is a revival anyway? […]

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Are seminaries now the new mission field?

Today we’re covering several stories, including an announcement from Rick Warren to pastors around the world that his new target for his global PEACE Plan is the entire continent of Africa. Plus a disturbing letter from a listener in the Netherlands about deliverance counseling at her church causing false memories. But first, we’re going to be […]

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Richard Foster, Renovare, Larry Crabb make mystical mix

On April 3rd, Richard Foster’s Renovare organization will be presenting the Formation for Whole Life conference in Houston, Texas, reports Lighthouse Trails: According to several sources, including Rick Warren, Christianity Today, and Lighthouse Trails, Richard Foster is a key player in the contemplative prayer movement (aka: Spiritual Formation movement). Speakers at this year’s Renovare conference include contemplative figures Ruth […]

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Reporter exposes ObamaCare navigators telling him to lie

Taxpayer-funded employees tasked with enrolling Americans in ObamaCare’s insurance plans have been caught on video telling their clients to lie. Some of those navigators are also working with an overtly political organization whose goal is to turn Texas into a Democratic-leaning state, according to investigative reporter James O’Keefe. A video released today shows the undercover […]

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Where do you draw the line?

Today on Stand Up, we are covering several news stories from the weekend that you may not have heard about, and we will revisit a book that is controversial, titled, “The Circle Maker.” We mentioned it last week in light of a new push by some evangelicals to get this book into the hands of […]

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Fun with infanticide! Videogame has players overcome obstacles to abort their babies in Texas

Via Media Research Center: If Wendy Davis’ 11-hour filibuster to protect late-term abortion in the Lone Star State wasn’t proof enough of the Texas pro-abortion movement’s desperation, a new video game does the trick. In “Choice: Texas,” designed by Carly Kocurek and Allyson Whipple and currently in development, players hunt for abortion access in Texas […]

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Terrorist Admits He Was ‘Defending’ His Muslim Faith in 2009 Fort Hood Shooting

FORT HOOD, Tex. via Christian News Network– A Muslim terrorist who killed thirteen people in a shooting rampage has told a local newspaper that he was “defending his religion” in the ruthless attack. On November 5th, 2009, former Army Major Nidal Hasan opened fire in Texas’ Fort Hood army base, killing thirteen people and injuring […]

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News, views and the Gospel

Today we’re talking about news and trends in the Church.  Among them, we’ll cover a protests in Texas against a statewide homeschool convention by atheists who are concerned that parents will be teaching their kids creationism and not evolution theories. In Switzerland, many are upset that their national anthem based on a biblical Psalm is […]

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Can we protect churches?

Will pastors soon be forced to perform gay marriage ceremonies? It sounds like there is already a legal case in Britain, where a couple who already has a civil union will go to court to force churches to host gay weddings. Remember last week we reported that one Texas senator has been viciously mocked for […]

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Abortion supporters use their own kids and coat hangers to promote death

One of the saddest photos you’ll ever see comes from a pro-abortion rally in Texas, where small children were used to promote the slaughter of human beings just a few years younger than themselves. While the state legislature gathered to consider pro-life legislation, some of the 5,000 protesters used their own children to promote death, […]

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