Peace And Compromise

I remember my friend once explaining to me the Jewish idea of peace. It's not something that is caused from lack of strife, it is in fact something to be gained after everything in the way of wholesomeness and well-being (personal and societal) is taken out of the way. Evil must be removed if there... Continue Reading →

Man-Centered Or Christ-Centered?

Throughout the history of the church there have only ever been two types of believers. Those who are after their own praise and glory, and those who glory in Christ alone. It's so subtle you might miss the difference. Both use the same terms, both speak about the same Lord, yet both have completely different... Continue Reading →

Illegal Christianity

We Christians need to wake up in the West. I feel we are about as naive as they come today, ignorant of what goes on around us. Ignorance is not acceptable to a Christian. We must look to what is uncomfortable, what is hard, and be willing to expose the darkness. We do not hide... Continue Reading →

A Message To Pastors

The leaders of God’s people, the pastors of Christ’s sheep, have destroyed and scattered the very ones they were expected to care for. They are like silent watchdogs that give no warning when danger comes. They love to lie around, sleeping and dreaming. Like greedy dogs, they are never satisfied. They are ignorant shepherds, all... Continue Reading →

The Gospel of Self

The church of America has fed my generation a subtle poison. It permeates our conferences, it flows ever-increasingly from our pulpits, it is found in our discipleship classes, it sounds from our radio stations, it peers out from our Christian bookstores. It is why a Christian can come out as gay, saying that he is... Continue Reading →

Evangelical Schizophrenia

Once you begin to see that the Scriptures speak to every area of life, you also start to notice a few things. One of the most startling facts I've discovered is how inward the churches really are. It's like there is a disconnect between the spiritual world and the physical. For many Christians there is... Continue Reading →

The Rights of the Immigrant

I was a stranger and you did not welcome Me in...(Matthew 25:43) I believe that when Christ told this parable, out of all the things He could relate to as a man, being rejected as a foreigner was possibly the most personal. He knew what it was like to run for His life, to become... Continue Reading →

The Kings of The Earth Undermined

The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Lord and against his Anointed, saying, "Let us burst their bonds apart and cast away their cords from us." Psalms 2:2‭-‬3 There are modern powers and authorities (whether socialistic, atheistic, or progressive) trying to seize the minds of the American... Continue Reading →

Gnosticism In the Church

Gnosticism is a strange sounding word with an important history. Its root meaning is "knowledge," but behind this lies a unBiblical belief system. Gnostic Christians in early church history were a sect that adopted popular religious ideas and mixed them with Christianity. They considered matter to be evil and the spiritual to be good. Salvation... Continue Reading →

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