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Gender Deconstruction: Satan’s Great Deception

Jul 13th, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by R. L. Rodenbush   The deconstruction of gender is one of the greatest acts of deception Satan has ever perpetrated on humanity. For the Christian it is difficult to believe that so many young people have so quickly embraced so great a fallacy. Yet, it is everywhere the subject of newspaper headlines, the feature … more »

No One Ever Moves Just An Inch

Jun 29th, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by R. L. Rodenbush   The enemy of our soul seeks relentless accommodation, and is never sated. Sadly, over the past few decades we have witnessed fellow ministers and believers make slight concessions to the Apostolic message, incremental changes to doctrine, loosen up just a bit on holiness or separation from the world – but … more »

Slow or Sudden Came the Change

Jun 15th, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by Paul Mooney Young souls, that come to claim your place In Christ’s enlisted band, And seek the mighty sevenfold grace Through touch of pastoral hand   The eyes that scan your ranks today Are moist with hope and fear; Just entered on the stern, sweet way, — Oh! Will you persevere?   Alas for … more »

Why the Good Kids are Angry

May 18th, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by Paul Mooney   British-American Bernard Lewis, a renowned Middle East scholar, has written for decades about the rapid advance of the “Islamization” of Europe. He cites as one of the reasons for Islam’s shocking success the “surrender mode” among Europeans, who, he points out, display an “unwillingness to enter into any serious discussion” regarding … more »

Taxing the Church into Political Correctness

May 11th, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by R. L. Rodenbush   Senate Bill 476 worked its way through the Indiana legislature in February of 2017. Within the bill was cleverly written language that would allow local government to tax churches. Of course, it was not called a “tax” but rather a “user fee” designed to force churches to pay additional fees … more »

Answering Questions on the Light Doctrine

May 11th, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by Bobby Killmon   How would you address the claim that “There are ‘good people’ who haven’t obeyed Acts 2:38 who might be saved…” or will perhaps be “…judged by the light they knew”?  First, I wouldn’t answer that personally but instead would let Scripture speak on that clearly. Scripture does not say people will … more »

At the Edge

May 4th, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by Paul Mooney   Several years ago, I walked out to the edge of the Grand Canyon, near a spot where a young lady had recently jumped to her death. A nearby park ranger approached me and engaged me in a conversation about the dangers of being near the edge. He said, “There are two … more »

By Endurance We Conquer

Apr 11th, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by R. L. Rodenbush   Endurance is not a default position. It is not opting for neutral. Endurance is a mindset that takes courage, determination and fortitude. It is natural to want to succeed, to reach a goal, or win an elusive victory. But what if you’re divinely asked to endure? It’s a biblical principle … more »

Creating Delinquents

Mar 21st, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by R. L. Rodenbush   In a South African game park known for rescuing animals from extinction, there was a problem. Approximately 39 endangered white rhinos had been attacked and killed. Poaching was ruled out as a cause since the valuable rhino horns were left untouched. So game wardens began monitoring activity within the park, … more »

Dialogue with Reality

Feb 6th, 2017 Paige Lohrman
by Paul Mooney   I suspect we would all agree that no political campaign in recent history has incited more dialogue, denunciation, false news, real news, insulting rages, horrible feuding, bold oratory and occasionally some powerful and commanding rhetoric. Laying aside political opinion, it is obvious that despite the ugliness of the debates and the … more »
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