I Will Stand Strong

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  • America’s anti-religious bigotry

    Abraham Lincoln once said, “The philosophy of the school room in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next.” We’ve seen that to be true, which is why USA Today’s recent story grabbed our attention last week: “So Yale Law School endorses anti-religious bigotry now?” Oh boy – what now?! The story […]


  • Christian identity crisis?

    As Christians it’s important to get in the game and be a voice for truth and bridge to God for all those we come in contact with throughout our day. So it’s vital we understand our full identity in Christ. Today, identity theft is at an all-time high. At the time of this writing, nearly […]


  • Are you a bully or a bystander for Christ?

    When we were kids, our dad used to say, “Boys, we are called to walk the narrow road for Christ – and that means there are ditches on both sides.” He learned this lesson well over the years. So for followers of Christ today, if we are going to get in the game and be […]


  • TAKE A STAND

    Standing is a posture that embodies many things. We stand to be seen. We stand to show respect. And we stand up after a fall. Standing is a powerful posture. That’s why Paul encouraged the Christians in his day to “stand firm in their faith” (1 Corinthians 16:13). Notice. Paul didn’t charge Christians to sit down or lay down in their faith. That […]


  • HOW TO BE FRIENDLY TO PEOPLE WHO OPPOSE YOU POLITICALLY

    Christians can get so worked up over politics that they can sometimes blow their witness. Sadly, this is something we see more frequently on social media. It seems like no matter what your political views are, someone will be offended or will publicly attack you over your support of a candidate they feel is dangerous to the […]


  • THE THREE FATAL FLAWS OF EQUITY

    All this talk about more equity in our institutions seems like a good thing, right? Not so fast. On the surface, equity seems to be fair, just, and impartial. But upon further investigation, you find that the outcome of equity is anything but fair, just, and impartial. There are undoubtedly those within the debate over […]


  • WE NEED MORE SOUND BIBLICAL DOCTRINE TAUGHT IN THE AMERICAN CHURCH

    We’ve all heard and seen the numbers that show how biblically illiterate Christians are in America. For example, the reputable Barna Group cites only 6% of identified Christians possess a biblical worldview. This is (more or less) verified by Pew Research Center and LifeWay Research. No matter how many times I’ve studied statistics on biblical […]


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