skip to Main Content

Pulling Down Strongholds Through the Mighty Power of God

Pulling Down Strongholds Through the Mighty Power of God By Geri Ungurean “For though we walk in the flesh, we do not war after the flesh: (For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds;) Casting down imaginations, and…

Read More

The #1 Way to Quench the Work of the Spirit

The #1 Way to Quench the Work of the Spirit By Shane Idleman “The gratification of the flesh and the fullness of the Spirit do not go hand in hand” (R.A. Torrey). Society’s influence on the church is very alarming. In times past, the hero was the father, not Edward…

Read More

‘How Much of God Do You Want?’

‘How Much of God Do You Want?’ By Shane Idleman “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart” (Jeremiah 29:13). “I would like to buy three dollars worth of God, please. Not enough to explode my soul or disturb my sleep, but just…

Read More

Are We One Nation ‘Above’ God?

Are We One Nation ‘Above’ God? By Shane Idleman We are witnessing the rapid deterioration of a nation before our eyes. We have become one nation “above” God, rather under God. The current uprisings across America confirm this. Don’t lose hope. An exciting resurgence is happening in our nation via…

Read More

10 Reasons Christians Must Become Salt

10 Reasons Christians Must Become Salt By Benham Brothers As the culture around us continues to rot morally and spiritually, we cannot help but recognize that blame first lies with the church. Why? Because Jesus said, "You (believers) are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its…

Read More

Forgiving One’s Self

Forgiving One’s Self By Grant Phillips One of the hardest things for Christians to do is to forgive ourselves. I know. I’ve been there. You have too, if you will admit it. We all have. If, as a child of God, we ask His forgiveness for sin that has harmed…

Read More

Salt and Light in the Darkness

Salt and Light in the Darkness By Howard Green In the course of our day to day activities, we come into contact with many people. At first glance, people seem to be ok as they go about their business. They may look happy, content, busy, nervous, or simply have an…

Read More

A Message to the Pulpits of America – Our Silence is Deafening

A Message to the Pulpits of America – Our Silence is Deafening By Shane Idleman A paraphrase that is often attributed to Alexis De Tocqueville—a Frenchman who authored Democracy in America in the early 1800s, helps to open this letter: “I looked throughout America to find where her greatness originated.…

Read More

Conforming To The World

Conforming To The World By Grant Phillips When Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt the golden calf resulted because of them allowing Egyptian influences to seep back into their lives. On the route from Egypt to the Promised Land many died because of this stain on their hearts. Israel…

Read More

The World Doesn’t Revolve Around Me

The World Doesn’t Revolve Around Me By Grant Phillips Our society has degenerated much in this category from what I recall in my younger years. Don’t get me wrong. Self-centeredness has always been on open display, but I don’t think it has been as prevalent as we see today. How…

Read More
Back To Top