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Monday, September 29th
Dear Kirk Cameron – At the outset let me mention that I celebrated your excellent labors with respect to the movie, Fireproof, when it was released. As a husband, father of six children, and pastor,...
Monday, September 29th
I use “worship leader” in the vernacular sense of the guy who leads the music. Of course, musical worship is only a smidgen of the worship that happens on Sunday. It’s one candle in the worship array...
Saturday, September 27th
Egyptian Expert on Islam Warns of Growing Jihad in America 9 Days Before Oklahoma Beheading by Muslim. See What Else He Says is Coming to America. Wath now before this program rolls into the...
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Wednesday, January 24th
Author(s): Todd Tomasella

THE COMMUNICATION OF THY FAITHPersonal Evangelism Explosion "That the communication of thy faith may become effectual by the acknowledging of every good thing which is in you in Christ Jesus." Philemon 1:6 Is God concerned how much we sweat or hurt ourselves in order to communicate His truth? I think not. I believe that He is simply desirous that we communicate His Word, no matter what available legitimate method(s) we might choose. The key in the LORD's economy is "the communication of thy faith."With this truth in mind does it not behoove each and every believer to find ways to confess...

Wednesday, January 24th

 By Ken Silva  Dr. T.D. Jakes is unquestionably Oneness Pentecostal and in the Time Magazine article "Spirit Raiser" author David Van Biema quotes Jakes unmistakably using the language of classic Oneness Pentecostalism in his description of God: "And God said, 'Let us. Let usssssss...'" says Jakes, and then digresses: "...One God, but manifest in...three different ways, Father in creation, Son in redemption, Holy Spirit in regeneration." [1] Now here's a Time Magazine piece from February 1, 2000 entitled "My Views on the Godhead." Note also that this article is from one year before the above...

Wednesday, January 24th
Author(s): Jim Elliff

Nobody Saved by Believing? Jim Elliff Faith is absolutely essential to your salvation. The New Testament writers seem never to tire of this subject. It is mentioned over 500 times, and many of those are about initial faith, or believing, that kicks off our whole relationship with Christ.  We are saved not "by" faith really, but "through" faith. Faith actually cannot save, being as impotent in and of itself as any other thing that might issue from us. It is Christ that saves and Him alone. But faith connects us to His saving work and life. We call faith the "instrumental means" of our...

Wednesday, January 24th
Author(s): Thomas E. Brewton

President Jimmy Carter's Promotion of Socialism Through The Social Gospel By Thomas E. Brewton To give him the benefit of the doubt, former President Carter may have Christian intentions, but he supports a major swath of the atheistic materialism of liberal-socialist-progressivism.  While Franklin Roosevelt remains, without contest, our worst-ever President, Mr. Carter is our worst living ex-President. What emerges is the picture of a man prepared to present half-truths and deliberately distorted versions of fact, a man ready to praise the most loathsome of dictators, while denouncing the...

Wednesday, January 24th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

Created in His image, Whether Slave or FreeJ. Michael Sharman           Pocahontas' widower, John Rolfe, was the first person to chronicle the presence of Africans in the British colonies. In a report he wrote in 1619 to the Virginia Company's treasurer, Sir Edwin Sandys, he noted that a Dutch ship had arrived in August at Point Comfort, Virginia with "not anything but 20 and odd Negroes…" The ship was without any food, so Jamestown's Governor Yeardley traded some "victualle" for them "at the best and easiest rates they could."[1]Before 1640, Africans in Virginia probably did not become...

Wednesday, January 24th
Author(s): Robert Meyer

Ragin' Kagen: A loose cannon goes to WashingtonWhen conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh gets an occasional caller from Appleton, Wisconsin, he frequently remarks that Appleton is the place where the football teams playing the Green Bay Packers stay the night before the game. Now he has a less noble reason for citing Appleton.Appleton's freshman addition to Congress, Dr. Steve Kagen, has garnered the national spotlight for remarks allegedly made during a recent visit to the White House. Kagen apparently told a group of fawning peace activists whom he met with in December that he...

Wednesday, January 24th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

Virtues to Keep a Nation Alive J. Michael Sharman On January 10, 2007, twelve hundred people attended the 41st Annual Commonwealth Prayer Breakfast in Richmond, which is the traditional beginning for the opening day of Virginia's General AssemblyThis year, though, in celebration of America's 400th Anniversary, and as a recognition of the General Assembly's status as the oldest continuously operating elected legislative body in the Western Hemisphere, the General Assembly began its 2007 session at the JamestownMemorialChurch. Back in 1619, the inhabitants of the Virginia colony gathered to...

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