Category: the Gospel

Carl Teichrib: UN Global Agenda, Saving the World Man’s Way

We discuss the United Nations Global Governance Forum, a conference built around the UN’s 75th anniversary; their goal is for the salvation of the earth – and Christians and America are in the way. Action points that underscore this Forum include supporting the UN system, alongside the IMF and World Bank, in developing a post-Covid economic and social reset.

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James Walker: Is Jesus God and Savior or a ‘Good teacher’ & Prophet of Allah?

Who Is the Jesus of Islam? Jesus is revered in the Islamic faith—but is he the same Jesus Christians claim as their Savior? Today’s guest, James Walker discusses major similarities and major differences between the Jesus of the Bible and the Jesus of the Qur’an. Such as how Islam affirms biblical concepts, even though it diverges from Scripture; how the Qur’an promotes a deep respect of Jesus, while not identifying Him as a Savior, and how to cultivate conversational relationships with Muslims, despite your different beliefs and faith backgrounds.

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Christian Worldview on Injustice, Lawlessness, and Redemption

We don’t have a skin problem, we have a sin problem. There are two kinds of people in the world – forgiven and unforgiven. Saved or not saved. Let’s reinforce this biblical perspective.

Too many Christians seem uncertain today about the authority of God’s Word. When cultural movements and secular ideas contradict what Scripture teaches, why do we often have a hard time setting ourselves apart? We want to be liked, relevant, and go with the popular flow.

The Bible calls it conforming to this world.

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Sgt. Mike McGrew: Behind the Badge of a Christian Officer

Sergeant Mike McGrew shares an amazing story of how God literally saved his life as he navigated the perils of police work, along with his own personal trials which include the death of one child and the drug addiction of another child, his own struggles with alcohol, surviving violent attacks on the job, and a life-threatening battle with cancer.

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Where Does Truth Come From? Heidi St. John Interviews David Fiorazo

Heidi St. John writes: “It’s Meet My Friend Friday here on the podcast and my new friend David Fiorazo is on the show with me today.”

I had the opportunity, really the privilege, of being on his show (Stand Up for the Truth) about a month and a half ago. And the whole time I was talking to him and we were having this conversation, I’m just raising my hands and hallelujah-ing. And my husband was watching me from across the room and when I hung up he was like, “You found your people.” Yes I did!

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Mike Gendron: the Gospel, Decline of Discernment, and the One World Religion

Believers are told to know the truth, and hold fast until the end so we will not fall for strong delusions, but few would deny the rapid decline of discernment in the church today.

The gospel must be preached without compromise to those who are perishing or they cannot be saved. We know the truth of Christianity is not popular today and the world would rather turn to Satan and eventually, the anti-Christ for solutions to the crisis coming upon the earth.

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Jay Seegert: What on Earth are You Doing?

“A firefighter rescuing people from a burning building may be fearful and prefer to be home with his family, but he ignores his fears and denies himself. Like him, our thoughts are not on ourselves but on the fate of the perishing.” Evangelist, Ray Comfort, Living Waters Ministry

Today’s topic is evangelism, sharing our faith, and the gospel. We discuss reasons to share the gospel as well as why most of us don’t do it. How much of it comes down to our obedience and trusting the Lord? Today’s guest is Jay Seegert of The Starting Point Project

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Christians, Santa Claus, and Holiday Traditions

Some Christians today say there’s nothing wrong with any modern holiday traditions as long as the celebration is around Jesus. Others say Christians should not lie to their children and should have nothing to do with Santa Claus because of the greed and materialism this season produces. But this leads to more questions – such as what should parents tell their children about Santa Claus?

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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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Calvin Beisner: Climate Predictions, Green Policy; Equality Act

Young people today are very passionate about the subject of climate change. More often than not, they are being indoctrinated with emotional, fear-driven arguments about mankind destroying the planet because of our “carbon footprint.”  We should acknowledge their concern about being good stewards of God’s earth, but how can we help separate fiction from fact?

Dr. Beisner shares his expertise on green energy, climate change, and solar dependency on fossil fuels, as well as what happened in Texas recently with sub-zero temps and power failures. David later outlines to evil of the Democrat’s so-called “Equality Act,” which just passed in the U.S. House.

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Jason Jimenez: Stand Strong, Embolden Believers, Engage Culture

We discuss Jason’s background and ministry, his apologist colleagues and mentors, the importance of equipping believers and challenging them to engage culture, hard to reach millennials, Ravi Zacharias, and how to have the hard conversations with an uninformed, confused and disengaged church.

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Andy Woods: Green Energy Failures & Climate Non-Science

Joe Biden calls climate change an “existential threat” to humanity and promised to advance job-killing ‘Green New Deal’ policies. Andy Woods lives near Houston, Texas, an area effected by green energy policies and rolling blackouts due to the recent ice storms in the south. But Texas? We address the unbliblical and even un-scientific approaches that progressives are taking.

CNN, the left & Democrat media are framing Trump and his supporters as radical insurrectionists. We discuss dangerous rhetoric attempting to set up “Christian Nationalists” as the enemy of the state and even “domestic terrorists.”

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