Tag: Jay Seegert
Political division, a pandemic, government shut downs, mask mandates, racial tension; how should Christians respond?
We discuss reasons why some are feeling down or overwhelmed, but we have God’s promise that, “greater is He that is in you, than he that is in the world.” 1 John 4:4 The Lord is not surprised by anything happening in our country and He sees the end from the beginning. People need hope today more than ever, and the Gospel is the answer.Read More
The fundamental divide in life is quite simple: God loves people, environmental activists don’t. In the view of eco-fascists, man is a noxious weed who is nothing more than a parasite, whose presence and imprint must be removed as far as possible from every place on earth. The fewer human beings, the better.Read More
“A firefighter rescuing people from a burning building may be fearful and prefer to be home with his family, but he ignores his fears and denies himself. Like him, our thoughts are not on ourselves but on the fate of the perishing.” Evangelist, Ray Comfort, Living Waters Ministry
Today’s topic is evangelism, sharing our faith, and the gospel. We discuss reasons to share the gospel as well as why most of us don’t do it. How much of it comes down to our obedience and trusting the Lord? Today’s guest is Jay Seegert of The Starting Point ProjectRead More
Knowing what the Bible teaches is one thing. Explaining it to others is another. We need to be reminded that the gospel is the power of God unto salvation. We can over-complicate it, but it is important to be prepared to share the basics or the essentials of the faith, as well as being ready to give an answer someone may ask about our hope in Christ.
This is why biblical apologetics is crucial in the times in which we live. Jay Seegert of The Starting Point Project joins Mike and David to share what he has learned in his years of being an apologist and evangelist.Read More
Our youth are headed back to school—grade school, high school or college. There is a good possibility they may run into atheist teachers who will present theories and “teachings” that contradict the Word of God. How can we prepare our Christian students for a potential onslaught of propaganda and secular theory that will encourage them to abandon the Word of God for what is presented as “scientific fact” these days?
Jay Seegert of The Starting Point Project joins Mike and Crash this morning to share ideas on how we can equip our students to respectfully interact with public school teachers. They also touch on Jay’s Question of The Month from his website.Read More
Jay Seegert of The Starting Point Project joins Mike and Crash this morning to look at some beliefs of Christians that are just not found in the Word of God and the importance of making sure our zeal is well grounded in truth and supported by the Bible. Jay also discusses the amazing complexity of the human body, pointing to the truth that we were fearfully and wonderfully made by God and not a random act of nature.Read More
Wednesday, we aired the first hour of a conversation with former muslim, now born-again evangelist/missionary Elijah Abraham and Apologist Jay Segert of The Starting Point Project when they were in town for our Watchman Conference. Today, this tough conversation continues. Mike and our guests discuss the challenges and the possible future of “organized church” in America.Read More
Mike and David visit with Jay Seegert of The Starting Point Project to discuss the controversy around aging televangelist Pat Robertson calling Christians who believe in a Young Earth “an embarrassment.” They also discuss the growing controversy in a few circles that are now claiming perhaps the Earth is flat after all. Really.Southern Baptist Convention President J.D. Greear suggested recently that Christians who support President Trump might be “winking at sin” to promote their political agenda. As expected he is receiving some push back for his statement. What did he mean? And how about liberal Democrat Senator, Kirsten Gillibrand claiming that protecting babies in the womb (being pro-life) is not the Christian thing to do!Read More
The only thing that never changes is God; everything else is in a constant flux of change: sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse. The professing Christian Church in America has gone through a gradual change over the past several decades as secular culture has slowly infiltrated and influenced it. As secular culture, public education, media, and an increasingly powerful government put pressure on the church to approve of a godless agenda, we will see many churches start to buckle to the pressure and conform to the world. Jay Seegert of The Starting Point Project and Elijah Abraham of Living Oasis Ministries travel around the nation and the world sharing the gospel and equipping churches to remain anchored to the truth of God’s Word in a world that is pressuring them to conform to the ways and values of this fallen, sinful world. They both join us in studio for a frank discussion on the condition of the church and professing Christians in America.Read More
Make no mistake: as Christians we are at war with this world. No, we do not use the world’s weapons or tactics, but Paul says in 2 Corinthians 10 that we have divine (spiritual) weapons able to to destroy arguments and lofty opinions of this world that are opposed to God and truth.
But many are wondering why a growing number of church leaders are not calling and equipping believers to fight this crucial spiritual battle for the eternal souls of our friends and neighbors. Where are the leaders rallying, challenging, and equipping Christians for this battle? We seem intent on looking more and more like the world we are supposed to win to Christ.
Jay Seegert of The Starting Point Project joins us to talk about the crucial need for church and family leadership in these days of growing confusion and evil.Read More
As public education, media, and government have become clearly opposed to God in the preceding decades, we have reached a point in time when Christianity has gone from the prevailing belief system in our nation to one that is under intellectual assault at every turn.
Our children are immersed and indoctrinated by a public education system and entertainment industry that claims to offer them hope and truth when in reality, it is leading them to confusion and hopelessness. Yet many of us are concerned that the Church, which should be a beacon of light and truth set apart from the despair of this world, is actually being conformed to this world instead of being set apart from it.
This has been the result of rampant biblical illiteracy among a growing number of professing Christians that actually believe Jesus sinned while He was on earth. And if we believe Jesus actually sinned, what does that say about our belief in who God is and what He expects from us who claim to be His children?
Jay Seegert of The Starting Point Project travels the world defending the faith, talking about the truth of God’s Word and how we can combat the propaganda and lies being spread. Much of it comes back to the Genesis account in Scripture. Jay joins us this morning to talk about the state of biblical illiteracy infecting American Christianity and the effects it is having on young people—the future leaders of our nation and churches.Read More
The number of Christians who trust the authority of the Bible and are truly taking a stand for what they believe is rapidly decreasing. Many churches that were once stalwarts for the faith have slowly compromised, moving into obscurity, becoming either irrelevant, or in some cases actually hostile to the Bible. This doesn’t happen overnight, but rather through deception and sometimes subtle teachings that gradually erode their views on the authority and sufficiency of Scripture.
One of these slippery slopes is related to the origins account found in the book of Genesis. There’s a view that has been around for quite a long time, but has recently made a resurgence within evangelical circles. This is the idea that perhaps God didn’t actually do things as literally and simply stated in Genesis 1-2, but used more of a “natural” vs “supernatural” process (tenets of Darwinian evolution). Sadly, this is becoming increasingly popular not only in churches, but also in Christian seminaries, colleges and universities.
Jay Seegert of The Starting Point Project joins the program to discuss some unbiblical ideas being considered in some Christian circles.Read More
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.Read More
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?Read More
We know that the testing of our faith produces strength and endurance. Most of us can use a perspective check as we live comfortable lives in a free republic. But we know it won’t always be this way, so how do we prepare for persecution?Read More
The church in America is not the same church that began in Jerusalem. We have become domesticated. What can we do to get back to biblical Christianity instead of being worried about being “relevant” and seeker sensitive?Read More
TODAY’S GUESTS: Elijah Abraham and Chris Quintana are in studio to discuss several important topics including how the nation and church have changed since COVID 19. We knew America and the world would never be the same – we just didn’t know exactly how. We also discuss Christian maturity, the importance of uncompromising preaching, and whose lives matter to God.Read More