Category: Leadership

Why Should Christians Discuss Voting and “Political” Issues?

I just got back from a pastor’s conference in Dallas, Texas and I’m happy to report a growing movement of godly men are committed to speaking the truth and refusing to back down or be silent about what’s happening outside the walls of our churches. Where does your pastor stand?

Now hold on, don’t tune out. I know some of you think we shouldn’t be discussing issues dealing with government and elections and politics in church, but someone’s morality will be legislated in Washington that will affect our lives – but we have a say.

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Statues of Jesus the Next Victims of Cancel Culture?

Many activists have now gone from assaulting police, stopping traffic, burning down buildings, blowing up cars, and breaking windows to tearing down federal monuments and statues of historical figures. 

The question is will they now obey the marching orders of racist and radical, Shaun King, a leader in the Black Lives Matter movement. A social justice activist, King unleashed a firestorm Monday on social media saying statues of Jesus Christ are a gross form of white supremacy and must be taken down. 

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Just Tell Me What Makes Me Feel Good!

“Please, pastor, tell me what I want to hear. Make me feel good. No hard truths, no tough topics, just love and grace and encouragement. Don’t get too deep. I just want to enjoy my life and not to be challenged in my faith.” Sound extreme? People may not admit it, but we might be surprised how common this attitude is among churchgoers in America.

Today’s guest is evangelist, pastor/teacher, and former Muslim, Elijah Abraham.

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A Better Way to Educate and Equip Youth

The accepted American formula for success includes graduating High School and then going off to College to establish a foundation for success as an adult.  The only problem is this:  it isn’t working!  Youth are graduating College often with useless degrees, indoctrinated into an anti-biblical worldview, strapped with massive debt and a feeling of hopelessness.

This morning Dave Wager of Nicolet Bible Institute joins Mike and Crash Connell to discuss a practical alternative to preparing students for life—one that is based on the Word and practical teachings of God.

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Seeking Signs, Wonders and Miracles

In Matthew 12:38, the scribes and Pharisees asked Jesus for “another sign” not long after he had healed the sick and a demon-possessed man who was also blind. Jesus responded:”An evil and adulterous generation seeks for a sign but none will be given except the sign of the prophet Jonah”That “sign” was when Jesus would rise from the grave to prove His deity and God’s power over sin and death.Many Christians and churches today are continually seeking more signs and wonders.  Let’s be clear: some are sincere believers in Christ, but their continual need for additional signs and miracles testifies to the weakness of their faith in the completed work of Jesus on the cross.  We look at a critique from The Gospel Coalition regarding Bethel Church in Redding, California and its leaders Bill and and Beni Johnson, and we discuss the pitfalls of this charismatic movement.In our first segment we visit with author David Richardson to discuss content in his book Transparent – about how our deeply held assumptions can deceive us and hinder us in our walk with God.

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Biblical Christianity in the Crosshairs

Americans have been historically blessed with a Constitution that guarantees us the right to religious beliefs and expression of those beliefs.  But slowly and surely those freedoms are under attack by secular humanists, public education, media and an out of control government.  At some point we will reach a breaking point in our nation where the Bible is viewed as hate speech and where every person who trusts in it as the Word of God will be seen as dangerous.Joining Mike and David today is Pastor and best-selling author Carl Gallups.  Carl is a student of biblical prophecy and has studied the trends in Europe where Christianity has all but been eliminated from society.  Is America next – and what will be the consequences?

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Scott Lively: Masculine Christianity Confronts, Overcomes Evil

Dr. Scott Lively has advocated and modeled the Biblical worldview as a writer, speaker, attorney, pastor, human rights consultant, and missionary for more than 30 years on five continents. We share his passion for Truth and the goal of restoring a Judeo-Christian consensus in America and advancing the Biblical worldview around the globe.

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Pastor Dan Fisher: The Black Robed Regiment & Romans 13

For years, spiritual leaders have been shackling believers with a flawed interpretation of Romans 13 – especially as to how it applies to citizens living in a republic like ours. Consequently, Christian people who would normally stand against tyranny, believe that they owe slavish, unlimited submission to their government.

Patriot Pastor Dan Fisher tackles this controversial topic and proves conclusively that Christians not only have the right, but the responsibility to speak up about evil and stand up to tyrannical leaders – no matter the cost.

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Carl Gallups: RBG, the Supreme Court, and Mail-In Ballot Mayhem

Pastor, teacher, former law enforcement officer, and best-selling author, Carl Gallups joins us to discuss the recent news of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passing away last week. What are the constitutional responsibilities of the president to nominate judges to fill court vacancies? And what if he proceeds on this prior to the November election?

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