Gays, in general, regard Christians as implacably hostile toward them. Here's why and here's what we can do about it.
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Church, beware: God isnt speaking to only Hobby Lobby as the company stands up for Christian rights.
There are a lot of ridiculous myths that have become folk legends via the Internet, but Michael Brown explains why the idea that the name Jesus is related to the Greek god Zeus is one of the most ridiculous myths of all.
Watch as Ana Paula Valadão sings “Isaiah 40” live.
How to have media discernment for your family in the cluttered world of junky entertainment.
Despite the phenomenal growth of the Internet and mobile devices, wed be remiss to abandon the last truly mass mediumtelevision.
In this critical time, many church leaders and ministries are afraid to speak out against homosexuality. Larry Tomczak discusses the nation's moral depravity and explains how the U.S. can see a Third Great Awakening.
Kanye West has upset Christians with the release of his song I Am a God off his highly anticipated upcoming album, Yeezus.
The scandals currently engulfing government agencies have something in common: information. We have the most important information there is, so why dont we tell others Jesus is the way, the truth and the life?
Over-the-counter access to "emergency contraception" is a pimp's dream, says Bishop Harry R. Jackson. And that's not all he has to say about Obama's decision to make the abortion-inducing pills available to young girls at will.
While God is pouring out His Spirit mightily around the world, the American church continues to backslide. What will it take to wake us up? How long will it be before we become desperate?
Kirk Franklin seemed afraid to say what the Word of God is very clear about: that homosexuality is a sin. Learn why Janet Boynes is calling him out on it.
Americas present crisis is Gods door of opportunity for American clergy. Will we fail to take advantage by remaining reticent behind the whitewashed lie of separation of church and state?
Pointing out two articles that received differing attention, Michael Brown discusses why he is troubled that all too often, we are drawn to the sensational stories rather than to the stories with substance.
Larry Tomczak outlines 6 reasons why practicing homosexuals cannot be true Christians
Prayers for miracles, signs and wonders marked A Night of the Supernatural With Sid Roth in Phoenix recently. Read more about how God moved in the southwestern city.
The film industry is celebrating the two latest LGBT flicks, both featuring affairs between an adult and a teenager. Isnt it fascinating that all these films are so incredibly goodor could there be a little bias in the movie industry?
Have you ever seen anything like this time you and I are living in?
The prophet Joel asked the very same question…
“ The word of the Lord that came to Joel the son of Pethuel. 2 Hear this, you elders,
And give ear, all you inhabitants of the land! Has anything like this happened in your days, Or even in the days of your fathers?3 Tell your children about it,
Let your children tell their children ,And their children another generation.”. ( Joel 1:1-2 NKJV)
It sounds like something being spoken today doesn’t it?
Joel was specifically referring to a multi-phase invasion of locusts that were laying destruction and waste to the land. While we are not facing that exact same situation, we are witnessing an incredible amount of extraordinary situations and events taking place in a relative short period of time.
Consider this…There have been the tornadoes in Texas and Oklahoma. The explosion in West,TX; A terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon; Ongoing shake ups in Washington DC and more. Very real in my own recent memory is Superstorm/Hurricane Sandy that my family and I personally went through as we lived on the Jersey Shore.
Without a doubt, this is a period in history that in my opinion is unlike any other.
Some rush to declare “judgment from God.” I am slow to use those words because some serious questions arise when the situations are more closely examined.
Take for instance the declarations of judgment made by some upon New Orleans following the devastation wreaked by Hurricane Katrina.(our ministry was heavily involved in ministry to the Gulf area in the aftermath) I found it interesting that the area that could possibly be likened to Sodom and Gomorrah (The French Quarter) was missed almost entirely by the hurricane. If then it truly was judgment then God had bad aim and missed his target as the French Quarter went virtually unharmed.
By no means do I suggest that our country is pristine and guiltless in the sight of Heaven. I would definitely suggest viewing these and other events as a wake up call to God’s people who are a part of the sleeping giant aka The Church or Body of Christ.
Yes, I might call this season a” wake up call.” It’s like an alarm clock which is ringing loudly for us to get out of bed. It is time to pray, turn away from our own distractions and sin, re-prioritize our lives and ministries to be more focused upon the Father’s business as opposed to our own semi - spiritual and self serving agendas.
During these times of disaster, I have been proud to be a Christ follower because of the tremendous amount of help that comes through Christians, ministries and churches. I urge our friends to do as we have done and find a credible organization (there are many we could recommend) and give to help those affected by these tragic events. But, when these needs are finally met let’s not let it stop with great disasters.
Here is a question.
Would it be possible to incorporate this same heart of compassion, serving and gospel witness into our daily personal and church life? Jesus’ life serves as a model when He “did good and healed all who were oppressed of the devil?”(Acts 10:38) This probably took place on a daily basis as a part of His everyday life and ministry.
Why don’t we follow the words of NIKE…”Just Do It.”
As we do, the lives of our friends and neighbors as well as those God brings across our path can be touch and changed by the love of Jesus Christ!
Find out why Harry Jackson is concerned that Philadelphians seem more committed to protecting the lives of animals than to saving the innocent lives of unborn children and their young mothers.
Joseph Mattera explains the difference between grace, which is Gods undeserved gracious actions and gifts towards us related to our salvation in Christ, and the consequences of sin that come from numerous sources and places.