“Live Your Truth” and Other Lies

Alisa Childers knows the difference between “live the truth” and “live your truth.” In her new book, the former ZOEgirl singer/songwriter explains how modern lies disguised as truth in today’s culture have taken hold in many churches. Does Scripture call Christians to “follow their hearts” and “make their dreams a reality?” Alisa points the way to freedom … More “Live Your Truth” and Other Lies

Religious freedom protections added to Senate gay marriage bill don’t go far enough, advocates warn

Early morning fog envelopes the U.S. Capitol dome behind the U.S. House of Representatives on Nov. 4, 2022, in Washington, D.C. Republicans are poised to regain control of the U.S. Congress in the midterm elections on Nov. 8 after the Democrats gained the majority in both the House in 2018 and Senate in 2020. | Samuel Corum/Getty … More Religious freedom protections added to Senate gay marriage bill don’t go far enough, advocates warn

Voting: How America is an Experiment in Self-Government

Today November 8th, 2022 is voting day in America. These are what is known as MID-TERM elections, meaning they come in the middle of the sitting president’s term of office. The rhetoric on both sides of the aisle has been pretty much as expected with claims ranging from mild to wild. What is not or … More Voting: How America is an Experiment in Self-Government

Preaching and Criticism: How Does the Expositor Remain Faithful to His Calling

By Patrick Slyman Today, I’m writing to my fellow expositors out there—men who have dedicated their lives to mining the riches of God’s Word, who have committed themselves to drawing their people to the text of Scripture, and who rest on the Spirit to take their lisping words and change their people’s hearts.   READ … More Preaching and Criticism: How Does the Expositor Remain Faithful to His Calling

Christians, Let’s Be Honest. Our Excuses For Skipping Church Are Lame.

Of course, a pastor telling Christians not to go to church is like a dentist warning his patients not to brush their teeth. It’s absurd and self-defeating, to put it mildly. MATT WALSH | September 14, 2016 I recently read a report showing that less than 20 percent of the people in this country attend church on a … More Christians, Let’s Be Honest. Our Excuses For Skipping Church Are Lame.