It’s time to talk about confronting apostasy This is an ongoing, artistic and pastoral series on ending apostasy in the church: this is post 6 of the series. You can read the […]
For this reason we have a very important task: In essence, we must be missionaries within our own congregations, apostles within our own churches.
ike a garden unattended, weeds were left unopposed and passively permitted to flourish without reproach, and the Light of God’s Word was slowly, selectively, and purposefully twisted into language incomprehensible or kept locked away from the ears of the flock. The flock has been led into placid captivity.
The one consistent aspect of the article is the author’s manipulation of scripture to justify hatred toward the Jewish peoples of the world. It is absolutely repugnant. John Chapter 8, verses 39-49 were among the scriptures contorted for hateful gain.
As I stood there pondering my canvas catastrophe, my thoughts slowly grew in clarity and I was able to identify a new “starting point.” The streams of melted wax had blurred the boundary between the sky and the ground…
Weeds have taken root in every branch of American Christianity. Subversives are as old as time… “there is nothing new under the sun” (Ecclesiastes 1:9).
The word “persecution” means “to pursue.” For a genuine Christian, there is no way to escape from persecution. As Paul said in 2 Timothy 3:12, “Yes, and all who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus will suffer persecution.” Genuine, Bible-believing Christians will always be pursued; endlessly, mercilessly pursued.
Here, in the United States, we (Christians) have been extremely fortunate to live our lives peacefully, without having to risk our lives for our faith. We, however, are the exception. The rest of the world is the rule.
The mission statement of the Christian Conservatives Network begins with: To oppose progressive ideology, regardless of race, political party or religious denomination by spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ, as well as […]