Why Be So Negative?

No doubt you have heard people say, " Why be so negative all the time?" when you have tried to warn them about some false doctrine, teacher, or compromising leader. It seems to happen with increasing frequency today. You, too, may be thinking the same thing, even though you may never have expressed it to anyone. So, perhaps a careful look at this question and the attitude of mind which prompts it is in order.

Lead By Example: A Challenge to Today's Christian Youth

Many people tend to think of today’s youth as the leaders of tomorrow. But Scripture never places us in such a category. It never instructs us to wait until we are more mature or knowledgeable or skilled before we begin to take God’s Word seriously and consider what plans and purposes the Lord has for our lives. According to God’s Word, we are to be leaders even today who earnestly desire to honor and serve our Lord in all our thoughts and actions.

Are You Ready for Christ's Return?

Jesus could return at any moment. Are you ready? The apostle John exhorts us to “abide in Him (Jesus Christ): that, when He shall appear, we may have confidence, and not be ashamed before Him at His coming” (1 Jn. 2:28). The Bible tells us to anticipate an imminent (any-moment) return of Christ. For example, the apostle Paul, in attempting to stir the Roman church out of her spiritual lethargy, told the Roman believers to “wake up” and understand that they needed to live a Christ-honoring life.

Charismatic Confusion and Benny Hinn

Without doubt, the Charismatic Movement is the fastest growing religious movement of our day within the realm of those who profess Christianity. It is, in fact, growing faster than Roman Catholicism, Greek Orthodoxy, Protestantism, Pentecostalism, Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism. At the same time, it is also producing more theological confusion than any other movement in the world.

Biblical Fundamentalism vs. Contemporary Evangelicalism


What Does The Bible Say?



Pastors Gary and Matt discuss some primary differences between biblical fundamentalism and contemporary evangelicalism.



2 Timothy 4:1-4

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