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So goes Europe, so goes the Church?

Many people believe that Christianity in European countries is often a “preview” of what will be coming to America. We certainly saw the roots of post-modernity, which eventually spawned the Emergent Church movement, birthed in seminary teachings in Germany more than 60 years ago. But what’s happening now in European churches – many a blend […]

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Cross & Clouds

A Look Back–A Look Ahead

Thursday on Stand Up For the Truth we take a look back at 2013 and forward to 2014, asking you to chime in on what you saw take place in 2013 that either encouraged or discouraged you—and what your major concerns are as we head into the new year. Was it the growth of Chrislam? […]

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Life’s fleeting nature and our trust in Him

  Life is pretty precarious, is it not?  This video is going viral, and it is a metaphor for how precious and fleeting life on this earth can be! Are we looking at our lives here with an eternal perspective? We are talking about that right now on our program today with Elijah Abraham. Elijah was […]

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Your mission field to lukewarm Christians

Yes, the mission field in the world is filled with those who don’t know Jesus and have never read a Bible.  Do you know that this describes many lukewarm Christians as well? How do we reach them with the truth? Joining us today is Elijah Abraham, who was once a Muslim. Born and raised in […]

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Easy Believism: What is the cure?

We are only a heartbeat away from eternity. Are we saved? Is the visible church sugar-coating the Gospel without ensuring that the sheep have been convicted of their sins and regenerated by the Holy Spirit? [powerpress] Subscribe (RSS | iTunes) Having trouble with this podcast? Click Here for tips. We are 100% Listener supported. Donate […]

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What has changed?

As we remember the impact of the 9-11-2001 attack and those who perished, we’re asking: How has that event impacted Christianity in this nation these past 12 years? How has it impacted your own journey of faith in Jesus? We’ll share your comments throughout our program today. Joining us today is Elijah Abraham, who was once […]

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Reaching the world with the Gospel

If you’ve ever wished you could get a little help to begin to introduce the Gospel to: Muslims Mormons New Age believers Jehovah’s Witnesses “Luke Warm” Christians Friends & Family In the Workplace Our Children and Youth [powerpress] Subscribe (RSS | iTunes) We are 100% Listener supported. Donate now! We’ve got some good info to […]

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The great Islamic deception

Today we’re seeing some interesting headlines about Christians and Muslims coming together. You’re going to hear about a Texas mega-church leader partnering with the Muslim Brotherhood and hosting an interfaith event called Global Faith Forum. We’re also going to tell you about an 80-year-old church at the University of Chicago that has removed several pews […]

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Leadership and the downside of the “Missional” movement

Today we are taking our temperature in the Church. Where is the majority of leadership in the Church from o – 10? Consider: We’ve gone from fact-based doctrine to feeling-based experiences. We’re teaching people how to “hear God’s voice” through direct revelation rather than reading His breathed-out Word of Scripture. Younger, inexperienced men are now […]

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Culturally relevant or ashamed of the Gospel?

In these increasingly uncertain times, we are seeing a whole new level of worldliness in the Church. We seem to have adopted a “seekermergent” model that focuses on being relevant to those who don’t know Christ, by looking exactly like the culture. But those who are lost already have the culture, so why would they […]

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