Category: Persecution

Lt. General William Boykin: Marxism, Masculinity, U.S. Military, and Persecution

We discuss the attack on masculinity today, Marxism in American culture and in the U.S. Military, religious persecution, Biden administration policies weakening the nation, the need for bold Christian pastors and the role of the church in these troubled times.

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Next: How The Left Wants to Cancel Christianity

For the last 2,000 years, societies have been trying to silence Christians and even blot out God – if that were possible. America is no different. The left has been relentless in its commitment to destroy not only the church, but the very foundation of America. Enemies of God will use any crisis to silence churches, suppress the truth, and advance godless agendas.

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Abe Lincoln Statue Vandalized With Poop, Paint; Arrested Suspect Is A Black Lives Matter Leader

A Black Lives Matter activist in Boise, Idaho, has been arrested in connection to a vandalized statue of former President Abraham Lincoln.

Terry Joe Wilson, 37, was arrested late Tuesday night after a warrant was issued for his arrest last week, The Idaho Statesman reported.

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Steve Wohlberg: Approaching Armageddon, Bible Prophecy

What on earth is going on? The world around us is changing quickly; we find ourselves wondering what will be next. What does the Bible say about the unique time we’re living in? As the world seems to be getting crazier by the moment, we are actually in a season of wonderful expectation for the Kingdom of God! 

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Cancel Culture Comes to Church and Media Ignores Attacks

As long as the media and political leaders choose not to address these stories, attacks on believers and churches will increase – as well as lawlessness – just like the Bible predicted.

Just a few weeks back I reported on the destruction of statues and federal monuments and the so-called ‘cancel culture’ which is a result of the anti-American programming this generation has been fed in public schools and anti-Christian universities.

And a few days ago, at least five churches were attacked by vandals or arsonists in several different American cities. A 24-year old in Florida even set fire to a Catholic church while people were inside. In Boston, another vandal set fire to a statue of the Virgin Mary. Did you hear about this in the media?

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Perspective Check: Persecution, Religious Freedom, and Christ Before Color

Even though there’s plenty of chaos, division, and civil unrest, we are reminded here in America how blessed this country has been through history as we look at Nigeria and harsh persecution of Christians going on there continually. We get a perspective check in segment 1. We also look at the news and how the city of Seattle has been invaded by anarchists and radicals – and there is much public pressure to conform to the left and blindly follow the activists. We discuss why this is wrong.

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Todd Nettleton UPDATE: Persecution Continues Regardless of Pandemic

Even in the midst of a worldwide virus threatening our health and way of life, outside the United States, Christianity is increasing and the gospel is being preached in the face of severe opposition. The underground church grows in spite of very real government threats. There are practical ways we can help our persecuted family. Todd Nettleton says the number one thing is still prayer. 

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Todd Nettleton: Voice of the Martyrs, Persecution

Being a committed disciple of Jesus Christ often leads to discrimination or ridicule here in the states, but in many other nations, Christians are beaten, imprisoned; some are tortured, and many are killed. In spite of this, their churches are growing. How do we explain this?

The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church. Outside America, Christianity is increasing and the gospel is being preached in the face of severe opposition. We often feel helpless, but there are practical ways we can help our persecuted family. Today’s guest says the number one thing is prayer. 

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Just Tell Me What Makes Me Feel Good!

“Please, pastor, tell me what I want to hear. Make me feel good. No hard truths, no tough topics, just love and grace and encouragement. Don’t get too deep. I just want to enjoy my life and not to be challenged in my faith.” Sound extreme? People may not admit it, but we might be surprised how common this attitude is among churchgoers in America.

Today’s guest is evangelist, pastor/teacher, and former Muslim, Elijah Abraham.

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