Christ’s Lordship and our Relationship

We have all heard the cliche “It’s not a religion, it’s a relationship”, even pastors talk about having a “personal relationship with Jesus” as some means to invite people to Christ. That’s not all, it has become such a wonderful phrase that it has also leaked into the pews. But is it biblical?

Church’s don’t make ministries, they support them.

When we look at the early church in Acts 6 and find the Hellenists were frustrated because some of their widows were neglected in the daily distribution of the food (Acts 6:1). This shows us that such a ministry already existed among the church body. However, what was lacking was the manpower to successfully accomplish the task and reach the rest of the community.

One Cursed, another Redeemed – How emotional response is not always a sign of repentance

Often in the church, we see people having some sort of emotional response of tears. From my experience, most of the time this is triggered by a song that was just sung, though in some cases it may even be the sermon that was delivered if by any chance it was a convicting message that …

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Nine marks of Prosperity Church

Some of the examples in what follows are specific and may not identify with you the reader. Many however are universal and are propagated by preachers on the internet, radio, and television. Since the prosperity gospel movement is inter-denominational, the teachings expressed in this article are not to be associated with any one denomination within evangelical Christianity.

“Holy Humor”: The Danger of being funny in the Pulpit

Original article produced by Tom Patton of Masters Seminary If there could be one word that summarized our culture, it would be “superficial.” We live in a juvenile, adolescent, immature, superficial society. People live for escapism and entertainment. They spend billions each year experiencing larger-than-life sensations at amusement parks and movie theaters in order to …

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Heresy Hunt or Bible Mandate?

Van Wert false preacher accuse that those who pick apart doctrines in which he called “Doctrine Police” or could also be called “Heresy Hunters”. This pastor goes on to say that this is exactly what the Pharisee did. We all know their reputation… But what he fails to realize is that the Bereans too were these “Doctrine Police” when it came to Paul’s ministry (Acts 17:11), more so Jesus does the same in (Matthew 23:3) against these religious hypocrites.

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