Because of the unhealthy state of our nation, I am seeing an increase in nationalism coming in and out of local churches. I’m even seeing seemingly solid pastors share writings or videos from members of religions contrary to the Scriptures. But as I stated in a recent tweet – Though I appreciate a president or
The signs of a healthy & biblical Church & how I used my COVID stimulus funds to resist socialism – Podcast #41 Update: Here’s one of the ways I give via this giving campaign.
Recently on Facebook, a page called “The Chosen” kept popping up on my newsfeed. I then noticed that a large percentage of my Facebook friends ‘liked’ this page. But when I saw this page was a television series about Jesus, I decided to investigate a little further. According to this first post I saw on
According to entertainment media icon TV Insider, many well-known professing Christians are joining hands with a heretic, a pro-homosexual advocate, and worldly entertainers to raise money for Franklin Graham’s Samaritan’s Purse ministry. TV Insider stated that, “Music has been a powerful source of comfort, hope and overall entertainment for so many during these uncertain times.
After watching the world commit unrepented continual idolatry over Kobe’s death, and then seeing Pastor Greg Laurie’s video on Kobe’s death, it’s time to say the following hard truths. Semper Reformanda! Greg Laurie’s aforementioned video can be seen here. To know more about ‘life after death,’ read my Gospel tract here. My article on the heretical
This video will cause me to lose more friends. But in spite of its unpopularity, a Christian must espouse a Biblical worldview, and take a Christian stance. This is also how a Christian should demonstrate, and apply Ephesians 5:1-21. I’m seeing an increase of YouTube channels that are known for decent Doctrine, but consistently sound
I remember Operation Rescue in Los Angeles when I was a police officer, but the Lord had not yet saved me. I was an unconverted “believer,” but I was not born-again of Christ’s Incorruptible Seed. Would I do this today? My answer is yes and no. Though I’ve fallen on my own sword many times
Back when my wife and I were looking for a solid church, Hope Protestant Reformed Church of Redlands was one of those that we examined. Without a doubt, out of the many we visited, HPC was the most strict, disciplined, and orthodox; and that’s a great quality. You will find no greasy grace or sloppy
All too often our Reformed brothers are only willing to call-out Armenians, all the while allowing leaven to ferment amongst their own congregations. No matter what your Theological persuasion may be, I believe it is a good practice to judge ourselves from the inside out. As I’ve said before, “I appreciate Reformed Theology, and the
It is wrong to call Rome a ‘church.’ Roman Catholicism is a religion that is sending its followers to hell. It is a Synagogue of Satan, full of Doctrines of Demons. They believe in another gospel, another spirit, and a Jesus that is not the Christ of the Scriptures. It’s odd how the many that
Today while out of town, I stopped by this Planned Parenthood. I had not yet been at this one, the sidewalk is close to the front door. While babies are being murdered inside, idolatry and necromancy was practiced on the outside. As they prayed their rosaries, I can hear them pray to their dead canonized
Biblical Thoughts on Billy Graham, by Zephaniah Mel, M.Div. The focus of this post is not for the purpose of debating the salvation of Billy Graham or the success he garnered, but a post to bring another perspective concerning the dangerous pitfalls of ecumenism (*[for this context] “an ideology that desires unity among all Christian
The last time I engaged in an outreach at this cemetery, was for a police funeral. But today my city, their mayor, and members of their “Area Interfaith Council” hosted this ceremonial event. However since the Lord warned that born-again Christians are not to be unequally yoked with unbelievers (2 Cor 6:14-17), and that we
Once upon a time I was ecumenical, but no more. Christians must flee from this. But when a Christian stands firm on the ‘inerrant sufficient’ Scriptures, while avoiding ecumenicalism and/or religious pluralism, our ministry opportunities will be less. Below are two of my most recent experiences. Last year I was offered a paid position with