Stand Up For The Truth

Mike LeMay and David Fiorazo host a daily one-hour, live radio program tackling tough issues, sharing the news of the day impacting Christians. LIVE Weekdays 9 - 10 a.m. CDT  [Q90 FM (90.1 in NE Wisconsin) or subscribe to our podcast.] Since December of 2010, this exclusive and local program has featured commentary and opinions on issues that affect true believers - presented with a straight, thoughtful, biblical approach.
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  • False Teaching

Tearing Down American History

PODCAST: The ugly protests and riots in Virginia last week have stirred deep emotion in the hearts of many. One of the pillars of American freedom is the right to freedom of speech and peaceful assembly; but the necessary downside to that freedom is that hateful, bigoted organizations like the KKK are able to assemble and spew their message of hatred. The violence that was sparked has led to a call for a tearing down of statues and monuments of historical importance to our nation. But is this a wise and prudent thing? And if we start tearing down these monuments where does it lead and end? Should anything that offends us now be torn down? What about holocaust museums and displays? What about the money we use which has America's founders and past presidents faces on them? We'll discuss this in our second segment. In our first segment we are joined by William Murray of The Religious Freedom Coalition. As our nation's media obsesses with the racial issue and the dysfunction of the Trump Administration it is easy to forget that thousands are dying as a result of violence in the Middle East, and that Christians around the world are being imprisoned and tortured for their faith.

Your Questions and Comments

Today is your program, when we read and address your questions and comments and together look to God's Word for the answers. Some of today's topics include: The timing of the rapture of the church. The doctrine of "once saved always saved." Discrimination against Christian teachers in public schools. The use of wine in the Bible. Challenges and pressures on single Christians. How to witness to unbelieving parents. The pressures on pastors and their families. In our first segment, Todd Friel of Wretched Radio checks in with us. We discuss finding a proper balance when sharing the gospel or speaking the truth - and doing so in love and humility. It can be harder than it sounds as people come from so many different perspectives and backgrounds. (Check out Todd weeknights at 6pm CST on Q90FM.com)

Order vs. Confusion

God is a God of order. While we will never completely understand His ways because of our limited human understanding, we find comfort in knowing he is unchangeable and perfectly consistent in His nature. Our world is increasingly in a flux of confusion. Many atheists hate the God they claim does not exist, young people change their gender identity, and hate filled groups like the KKK marching to enforce "white supremacy." But this is what happens when mankind looks at himself as righteous instead of obeying God's laws. Dr. Frank Turek of Cross Examined Ministries joins us this morning to discuss the growing confusion in our nation and even within the professing Christian church in America.

Your Questions and Comments

Today we answer your questions and read your comments, including: The Alpha Course Potential for a large scale spiritual revival in our nation The difficulties of leaving a false religion with family. Racism in America How progressives view Conservative Christians. We also check in with Julaine Appling of Wisconsin Family Action to discuss the cultural and spiritual issues facing Wisconsin families. We also discuss president Trump's decision on DACA--The so-called "Dreamer Program" and what is next for our nation regarding legal and illegal immigration.

All Eyes on Israel; Nabeel Qureshi, and Pastor’s Wives

The Bible is clear that in the final years before the Lord's return, Israel will be ground zero for activity ushering in His return. Jerusalem is called a stumbling block to the world and these days approximately 25% of all discussion within the United Nations focuses on the conflict between Israel and her neighbors who have publicly stated they want it wiped off the map. We also remember apologist, #Nabeel Qureshi (34) and his conversion from Islam, his heart for ministry, and his legacy. After a year long battling stomach cancer, Nabeel left to be with the Lord last Saturday. We also discussed the expectations the church generally places on pastors and specifically, their wives! There is not enough attention paid to the importance of loving, praying for and supporting them. We're joined on air by Jim Fletcher of Prophecy Matters to discuss the importance of Israel, Jerusalem, Damascas, and the Middle east in light of Bible prophecy. We also debunk the September 23 prediction of the rapture or apocalypse.

Christians, Public Education, and Divisive Doctrine

We have all heard the sad statistics that a majority of young Christians leave their faith by the time they leave high school. Many more walk away from God after one year of college. And while there are certainly several factors in play, one that is often sited is public education and its clearly secular humanist agenda. Public school teachers are often accused of lying to students, particularly regarding evolution, but are they part of the agenda or do they really believe it? Jay Seegert of The Starting Point Project joins us to look at this issue and discuss the importance of biblical doctrine--even if it might sometimes be seen as divisive.

The Nonsense of “Christians Shouldn’t Judge”

One of the most misleading statements infiltrating much of the Christian Church these days is the statement that "Christians shouldn't judge." This misrepresentation of God's Word has been used to excuse sinful behavior and render us ineffective in living lives of holiness and sharing the gospel with the lost. In reality, the Bible teaches us that Christians should be discerning and use sound judgment in our decisions every day, from the choices we make to our interactions with believers and unbelievers. What we judge and how we judge is where the rubber meets the road. Dave Wager of Nicolet Bible Institute joins us this morning to look at what the bible teaches us about making judgment on our own actions and the actions of others, believers and unbelievers.

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