My longest-term childhood friend was Brad Kloepfer, and we were neighbors and buddies since 1962. We played GI Joes together, ding dong ditched together, fished and went boating on our parents’ boats, raised hell together, and became police officers together. But sadly, in the year 2018 all that ended when Brad and his wife Connie
The number of Pastors in Canada who are being arrested for holding church services is growing rapidly. Six more arrest warrants have been issued. In this video, Rebel News interviews Pastor Tobias Tissen, now a fugitive. Though I will continue to pray for the persecuted, I am convinced that persecution needs to come south of
This warning from Pastor Matt Trewhella is spot-on. I am thankful for the Coronavirus as the Lord used it to separate the sheep from the goats. As I recently preached in this sermon, our local churches across America are full of “spiritually neutered” men, and a “castrated Christendom.” And regarding “persecution?” Lord, let Your will
This sermon is an exposition of the 111th Psalm.
One alleged Christian unbiblically tells me “Just tell them to accept Jesus,” while another man responds to the Gospel. I regret telling the man in the intro “I like that shirt man.” Too many believe wearing a “Christian t-shirt” is evangelism.
I wish professing Christians would stop using the mention of Phoebe to wrongfully justify their unbiblical installations of female Deacons. When the Apostle Paul called Phoebe a “deacon” in Romans 16:1, he was not referring to, nor calling her by a title or office. The word “deacon” in Romans 16:1 is the Greek word diakonos, which means
The theme of this Psalm is ‘The Announcement of the Messiah’s Reign.’ Generally speaking, it is one of the Royal Psalms, but more specifically it is a Prophetic Messianic Psalm. It is rich in Theology, Christology and Divinity. This Psalm and the Psalmist look forward to Christ, as we too should look forward to His
Thank you, James, for being Biblically correct, and politically incorrect on this matter. Many wrongfully limit the Scriptures to only forbidding women from being Elders or Pastors, but that Scriptures also forbid women to teach or exercise authority over men. Which would include the leading of worship service (or the liturgy), Bible studies, street preaching,
This is an excerpt from my sermon on Psalm 101. I give a brief history of the doctrine of lesser magistrate, modern-day experiences, and a modern-day application. As well as Biblically exposing, rebuking and calling cowardly pastors to repentance. The aforementioned interview of Pastor Jacob can be seen here.
This is an exposition of Psalm 96 I talk about our view of “tithing” and different ways that we “give onto the Lord,” the Majesty of the Lord, the judgement that the church will benefit from, and the importance of the church going out to tell the heathens. #ReformedBaptist #ExpositoryTeaching #Psalm96
My wife and I and a brother from church went on an adventurous lunch excursion to the Santa Catalina Islands. Since my wife does not want to be on social media, I did not video most of our trip. Sadly, while enroute we struck a large object. By the time we turned the boat around,
I understand most professing Christians that are a proponent of livestreaming will disagree with me. But I’m not trying to change their minds, nor will I argue with them on social media. If it’s God’s will, He will change their minds. And if I’m wrong, then perhaps He’ll change mine. If you disagree with me,