You Know They’re Wrong If They Lie to Make Their Points on Same-Sex “Marriage”

Author/minister Michael Coren of the Anglican Church of Canada wrote an opinion piece for The Globe and Mail on July 7 entitled "Same-sex marriage is, slowly, finding acceptance in churches around the world." However, when you read his article, it seems to be just clickbait. The churches he highlights as accepting the false concept of... Continue Reading →

Highlighting Some Apostasy That Has Crept Into Churches

Tim Moore and Nathan Jones of Lamb and Lion Ministries host Dennis Pollock of Spirit of Grace Ministries to discuss some common apostate teachings found in many churches today. In this 30-minute episode of "Christ in Prophecy" released this week, they cover topics such as churchgoers who reject the importance of Christ's teachings, those who... Continue Reading →

Edmonton, Alberta Pastor Returns to Church After Jail Release

James Coates, pastor of GraceLife Church near Edmonton, Alberta, was happy to be back worshiping with his congregation on Sunday, March 28, after his month-long jail stint over violating the province's arbitrary COVID-19 rules. Authorities released him last week after they tried to save face by getting Coates to plead guilty to "breaching a court... Continue Reading →

Scotland Court Overturns Church Ban

Scotland's Court of Session, their highest civil court, has issued a ruling against Scotland's ban on church services that was put into effect for COVID-19. The judge who wrote the opinion, Lord Braid, stated that the government went beyond the scope of their powers to stop in-person worship services in church buildings. In his decision,... Continue Reading →

Mat Staver, Liberty Counsel: CDC Warning Proves Our Point-Churches Are Essential

Below is an email sent out earlier today to supporters of the Liberty Counsel pointing out the importance of fellowship with other believers. Liberty Counsel has been fighting legal battles to get churches reopened and freed from the tyrannical lockdowns in various parts of the U.S. that are directly targeting the religious freedoms of Americans... Continue Reading →

Louisiana Church Arsonist is Sentenced to 25 Years in Federal Prison

A year and a half after he burned down three church buildings belonging to black congregations, 23-year-old Holden Matthews was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison today. Matthews, the son of a sheriff's deputy, went on a 10-day arson spree in the spring of 2019 when he targeted the three Baptist churches. Matthews pleaded... Continue Reading →

The Bible, Politics, and You

Earlier this week, Frank Turek released this thought-provoking video (below) on the importance of Christian involvement in politics. He covered the topic using Biblical, historical, and present-day examples to make his points. Turek, in his one-hour talk covered the following subtopics: Should Christians Be Involved in Politics?What Are the Most Important Issues?Does Abortion Trump Everything... Continue Reading →

The Doctrinal Pitfalls of Progressive Christianity

In the 52-minute video below (released May 25, 2020), former Christian contemporary singer Alisa Childers, who used to belong to the group Zoe Girl, shares her encounters with "Progressive" Christianity. She points out how this movement that influences the church is pulling churchgoers away from the truth of the scriptures and godly doctrinal principles. Childers... Continue Reading →

Bloody Mary’s Reign: A History Lesson on the Indestructibility of God’s Word

The history of England is full of examples of how societies in our fallen world have ongoing battles between the forces of darkness and the forces of light who are led by God. During the reign of Edward VI (1547-1553), who succeeded his father Henry VIII on the throne, England witnessed the spread of the... Continue Reading →

Technology Is Not as Big an Influence on US Christians as Assumed, says Barna

"Overall, we see that the influence of recent digital trends on churchgoers is undeniable, though perhaps not as extreme as you’d expect," says the Barna Group in a recent research survey of 1,600 U.S. adults that included 794 Christians. As part of their project entitled "State of the Church 2020," the evangelical research group set... Continue Reading →

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