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The worst pandemic

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The worst pandemic

by Ken Ham

A gay news source wrote an article about me with this headline: “Thousands of people are dying from coronavirus every day, but this Christian fundamentalist is raging over two gay cartoon ducks.” Read the rest of this entry

Repentance

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Repentance

by Joshua Agan

When Jesus sent Paul to the Gentiles, Paul clearly outlines the message he took to all nations:
“Repent and turn to God, and do works meet for repentance.” Read the rest of this entry

Objections to Samaritan’s Purse

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Objections to Samaritan’s Purse

by Franklin Graham

MY STATEMENT REGARDING OBJECTIONS TO SAMARITAN’S PURSE EMERGENCY FIELD HOSPITAL SERVING COVID-19 PATIENTS IN NEW YORK CITY Read the rest of this entry

Our wonderful savior

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Our wonderful savior

by Joshua Arnold

What a wonderful Savior we have in the risen Lord Jesus Christ.

He is a Savior who is humble and lowly in heart. He is an accessible Savior. He is most approachable. He is the most understanding person in the entire universe, and He understands His people’s weaknesses and struggles. His enemies got it right when they called Him a “friend of sinners” (Matthew 11:19). Jesus Christ is love itself clothed in flesh. Read the rest of this entry

Following Jesus

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Following Jesus

by Joshua Agan

JUST RECENTLY:
At the mayor’s orders, authorities ticketed every car that appeared for a drive-in. They held service using the radio in their cars, and received a $500 fine and court summons (it is unclear if they ticketed each member, or only the drivers). The authorities threatened the pastor with jail time for not complying with a stay-at-home order. Read the rest of this entry

How the world should see Christians

Here is something I read on Facebook.

How the world should see Christians

by Joshua Arnold

Only Jesus Christ can provide peace and rest during this time, with the world in the situation it’s in, and if Christians won’t boldly and gladly throw themselves upon the Lord for the whole world to see, then we should never expect anyone from the world to get the impression that we believe He is as sufficient, wonderful, gracious, and faithful as He truly is. Read the rest of this entry

“Statement of Faith” vs. “walk of faith”

Here is something I read on Facebook.

“Statement of Faith” vs. “walk of faith”

by Joshua Agan

I grew up hearing, “You can walk the walk and you can talk the talk, but your walk talks louder than your talk talks.”

I have become less interested in a person’s (or church’s) “Statement of Faith,” and more interested in seeing their “walk of faith.” Read the rest of this entry

Present life and future death

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Present life and future death

by Joshua Agan

I love to laugh. I love to poke fun at absurdities, inconsistencies, and even my own problems in life. I believe that if you can’t laugh at yourself and laugh with others, then you’re doing life the hard way. Life’s too short not to enjoy (and none of us make it out alive anyway). 😂

But there is not only a time for laughter—there are times that we have to be serious and even somber. Read the rest of this entry

Standing for God

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Standing for God

by Debbie Gumm

As a Christian, I feel like the Bible is unfolding before us. It shouldn’t be shocking either, given the state of immorality in our world. Every day, the boundaries of sin seem to be pushed further and further. The line between right and wrong has slowly been erased by society, television, pop culture. We have been removed further from the world God created and intended. Read the rest of this entry

What spills out

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What spills out

by Joshua Agan

When you carry a coffee cup and someone bumps into you, why does coffee spill out?

Simple:
Because that’s what is in the cup. Read the rest of this entry

Fear

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Fear

by Zach Whitsel

I’m a man of faith. Or so I thought. Turns out I’ve had a lot of confidence in my own circumstances and abilities. God has used this economical upset that’s happening in our world right now to show me that my dependency hasn’t always been in Him. I’ve caught myself sifting through news and studying over the financial markets way too much lately. I took a selfie a couple of days ago and then decided not to post it. I could see all the stress in my own eyes. Stress. Just a friendly, modern word for fear. Read the rest of this entry

The Christian is different

Here is something I read on Facebook.

The Christian is different

by Joshua Arnold

The Christian is unlike any other person on the planet. They have had the most profound experience that any human being can possibly have in this fallen world. They have been born again (John 3:3), born from above, reconciled to God, given the Holy Spirit, new eyes to see, new ears to hear, a new heart to love God and His people, and they have been given eternal life because of Jesus Christ. Read the rest of this entry

Conversion of a church member

Here is something I read on Facebook.

A conversion testimony

by Elly McMashehu\

Spring break, 20 years ago. I had picked up a book on winter break but stopped reading when night classes resumed. And then a few months later as I sat on my bed reading this book next to my boyfriend (later, husband) who was working on producing his music, the Lord revealed to me my sin: ***I*** was the religious hypocrite that was depicted in the book. ***I*** had professed to know God (sometimes) and yet violated His holy law in countless ways: I was a liar, I was sexually immoral (with men and women, “such were some of us”), I had hatred in my heart, I got drunk and took drugs for “fun,” I was selfish, I dishonored my parents, I coveted, I blasphemed God’s holy Name, I stole, I never honored the Lord’s Day and I certainly did not honor, revere, fear, or love God, Jesus was a name I grew up with but had no love towards Him, and He certainly was not precious to me. Like many of us who go to church and profess to know God, He was something that might come up every now and then, but He certainly was an after-thought, NOT the center of my affection nor Savior of my soul. Romans 1:18-32 described my life and moral decline. Read the rest of this entry

COVID-19

Here is something I read on Facebook.

COVID-19

by Greta Thunberg

The last two weeks I’ve stayed inside. When I returned from my trip around Central Europe I isolated myself (in a borrowed apartment away from my mother and sister) since the number of cases of COVID-19 (in Germany for instance) were similar to Italy in the beginning. Around ten days ago I started feeling some symptoms, exactly the same time as my father – who traveled with me from Brussels. I was feeling tired, had shivers, a sore throat and coughed. My dad experienced the same symptoms, but much more intense and with a fever. Read the rest of this entry

Faith and Fear

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Faith and Fear

by Ken Ham

When Peter and other disciples were in the boat on the sea and battling strong waves and wind, Jesus came walking on the water toward them. Peter had great faith and asked if he could walk to Jesus on the water. Jesus said to come, so “So Peter got out of the boat and walked on the water and came to Jesus” (Matthew 14:29). Read the rest of this entry

A pro-life atheist

Many pro-abortionists claim that the only motivation for opposing abortion is religion.  While it is true that most of the opposition to abortion comes from Christians, there are atheists and other secularists who are allied with us in this fight.  Here is part of an article that was published in World magazine. Read the rest of this entry

The Democratic Party

Here is something I read on Facebook.

The Democratic Party

by Kaeley Triller Harms

It’s no secret that I’m a pretty terrible Republican.

I don’t think Trump hung the moon, I won’t be caught dead in a MAGA hat, I believe true feminism needs a swift revival, and while I love my country, I don’t think we’re better than everybody else. We’ve got lots of work to do. Read the rest of this entry

TRUMP DOES THE UNTHINKABLE

Here is something I read on Facebook.

TRUMP DOES THE UNTHINKABLE

by Liz Crokin

As an entertainment journalist, I’ve had the opportunity to cover Trump for over a decade, and in all my years covering him I’ve never heard anything negative about the man until he announced he was running for president. Keep in mind, I got paid a lot of money to dig up dirt on celebrities like Trump for a living so a scandalous story on the famous billionaire could’ve potentially sold a lot of magazines and would’ve been a Huge feather in my cap. Read the rest of this entry

Purple

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Purple

by Kaeley Triller Harms

While shopping this morning, I overheard a man bellowing at his wife:

“Come on, Kerry! That’s purple! You can’t give a boy purple. That’s a girl color. What’s wrong with you? I’m sick of all this gender neutral crap. There are only two sexes!” Read the rest of this entry

Feeding the sheep

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Feeding the sheep

by Joshua Agan

Have you ever watched a shepherd feed his lambs?

It’s a remarkably strange sight to see:
• He does not sit down on their level and feed them by hand like a human mother feeds her toddler.
• He does not pre-chew and partially digest the food to regurgitate into their mouths like a mama birth feeds her chicks.
• He does not even drag the baby lambs to their mother’s side for the necessary milk.
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