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Monday, May 22nd
Why is God allowing the Marxists and Muslims to bring such mayhem to America and the world? Brannon takes us to the little book of Nahum to see how God uses evil nations and people to brining...
Monday, May 22nd    On Friday night November 3rd, and Saturday, November 4th, 2017, Worldview Weekend’s WVW-TV will be hosting and live streaming the Understanding & Preparing For The...
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                              Just released. CD or download of Sermons Through Song Volume 2. You can sample, and purchase here:
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Friday, September 7th
Author(s): Steve Camp

Smokin' In The Boys it a sin, a bad habit, or has the church just been plain legalistic? Smoking can be a bad habit. Nicotine is proven addictive, proposes a real health risk over time, and can be very hard to quit once a significant habit has begun.But is smoking a sin? Does it damage a witness? Is all matters of smoking wrong whether it be cigarettes, cigars or pipes? How should we address those that may smoke publicly outside in our church parking lots? Has the church at large been too legalistic in this area?This was the subject that I and some friends were discussing this past...

Wednesday, September 5th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

by Mark Looy, CCO, Answers in Genesis–U.S.September 5, 2007  Early this morning, well-known evangelist and pastor-and good friend of AiG and its evangelistic Creation Museum-Dr. D. James Kennedy passed away in his sleep. He was 76.Dr. Kennedy had been in ailing health for several months after suffering a cardiac arrest last December 28. He had only recently resigned from his church, Coral Ridge Presbyterian of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.AiG President Ken Ham, currently on a speaking tour of Scotland (a country, we understand, which Dr. Kennedy greatly enjoyed) declared:The church has lost a...

Wednesday, September 5th
Author(s): David Wheaton

The End of Life Can Be Near…and Dear It was an unseasonably mild early January day as the setting sun colored the clouds over the vast agricultural fields just north of Huron, South Dakota.   The sun had also set, so to speak, on another memorable pheasant hunting season with Ben, my beloved eight-year-old yellow Labrador retriever.  He had hunted particularly well and hard that day – despite a case of diarrhea – pointing and retrieving bird after bird, and now was carrying the last rooster pheasant of the day and the season back to the pickup truck for the short ride to the farmhouse where...

Wednesday, September 5th
Author(s): Shane Idleman

Compromise isn't just found in the Emergent Movement By Shane Idleman Let me begin by saying that I'm not writing this as if I have overcome all the challenges associated with being a Christian-nor do I want to approach this topic with a "holier than you" attitude, but to not be open and honest about this critical issue would be unwise and unbiblical. I also believe that, instead of continually bashing Hollywood, Christians should pray for the industry and seek to change the quality of the programming. Hollywood is a mission field that needs prayer more than protest.Some time ago, I was...

Wednesday, September 5th
Author(s): Charley Adams

Satan's Best Weapon for Destroying Families In the past few weeks, I had the privilege of doing a little mentoring with a relative who is a new believer. One of the things that struck me as I looked anew at the Scripture from the perspective of a babe in Christ is how extremely relevant Scripture is to all aspects of real life, how practical, and how timeless. As I was looking for passages to discuss with him, I came upon this one, realizing that God is offering the solution to one of Satan's best strategies for destroying families: First Corinthians 7:2-5 (ESV) "But because of the temptation...

Wednesday, September 5th
Author(s): Robert Meyer

Last week in the mail, I received a letter from Brian Fisher, the executive vice-president of Coral Ridge Ministries. The letter stated that Dr. D. James Kennedy, one of the Christian stalwarts of our times, had retired from his pastorate at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.Dr. Kennedy had a heart attack last December, and complications from that condition have diminished his mental and physical faculties to the point where he would not be able to resume his duties.Now as I write this piece, I have just received word that Dr. Kennedy has passed away. It is with a...

Wednesday, September 5th

As the Bible goes…so goes the ConstitutionDr. David M. Berman www.wakeupandsmellthetruth.comThis article's title is one of great importance due to the connection that has been lost in modern historical revisionism. It is a tragic and unpatriotic move away from our true history to the cesspool of political correctness. What does the Bible have to do with the Constitution of the United States of America? Would it have mattered if there was no Bible when the country was founded? Why should anyone care? It was John Quincy Adams that said, "The highest glory of the American Revolution was this, it...

Wednesday, September 5th

A Better You?By Israel Wayne Recently I noticed the title of a new book from a popular television preacher entitled, Become A Better You. I haven't read the book yet, so I can't speak to its contents, but I have to admit the title turned me off. Seeing that title reminded me of a conversation I once had with a Buddhist after speaking at a homeschooling seminar in the Chicago area. While the event was held in a church building, the event was promoted widely and a number of non-Christians attended. During my session to parents, I made a comment about the importance of training children "in the...


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