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Differing Views on Biblical Prophecy

Have you ever been listening to a conversation between Christians talking about biblical prophecy when suddenly your eyes glaze over as you hear these words? Premillenialism.  Dispensationalism.  Amillennialism.  Replacement Theology. Just what do these terms mean as it relates to biblical prophecy?  How important are they to the life of a Christian as we look […]

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The New Covenant in Christ’s Atonement

When we hear teachings like,”God doesn’t keep score and I’m free, so why should I worry about keeping His commandments,” we need to lovingly correct this misunderstanding of the Law and the Gospel. Likewise we must set it straight when we hear teachings telling us we must still observe the Hebrew festivals and keep the […]

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What’s our end of the deal?

It is human nature to take for granted the things we cherish. Whether it is that new car, a brand new big screen television, or our latest technology gadget, the excitement of that new possession grows faint as we become familiar with it. Sadly it is even the same in our personal relationships. The joy […]

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The Circle Maker: Heretical Witchcraft?

We don’t often use the word heretic in our ministry, and it’s even more rare to see the word “witchcraft”on our site. Today we use both in the same headline, and unapologetically do so, with the heart of warning those we care about. A few days ago we reported on the latest Rick Warren-Driven high […]

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Special edition: Live Panel

The bible is one-third prophecy and has a lot to say to us about the conflict in the Middle East, the global geopolitical landscape, the world economy, and the New Spirituality changing the visible church.  Today we are broadcasting live from this year’s Great Lakes Prophecy Conference at Calvary Chapel of Appleton. (The event is […]

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Troublemakers in the Church

Who are the real troublemakers in the house of God today? Is it those who cry over the abominations of the church? Is it those who expose sin and testify against the wicked deeds of religious leaders who twist Scripture for their own gain? No, all division is caused by one thing: compromise. All trouble […]

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What is Sanctification?

Question: “What is sanctification? What is the definition of Christian sanctification?” Answer: Jesus had a lot to say about sanctification in the Book of John, chapter 17. In verse 16 the Lord says, “They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world,” and this is before His request: “Sanctify them […]

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Going against God “just for fun”

  How do pagan practices find their way into the church? As you’ll see in the following article, it begins rather innocently for some Christians, who simply want to experience a deeper connection to God through a mixture of appealing spiritual practices. But beware; the dangers of dabbling in something God detests come at a […]

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Five keys to Discernment

Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world. 1 John 4:1 (ESV) These days deception is getting harder to spot. It’s been repackaged to look cute, friendly and humble.  Knowing who God is through His Word […]

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A former Mason shares his testimony

There are a lot of Masons who attend Christian churches of every denomination. Masons number around six million worldwide, with nearly two million in the United States.  What is Free Masonry, where did it come from, and is it religious in nature, or just another fraternity of people who gather to do good works in […]

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