It was a blessing to see this on my subscription feed today. We need more pastors (and Christians) that are willing to take unpopular stands like this. Only by the grace of God did He deliver me from alcoholism, and I pray to never return to the bottle (or can). Lord help me to semper
Tag: Tim Conway
When I saw the title of this video I was taken back, but I’m glad I watched it. Though the Doctrines of grace and other essential Doctrines are nonnegotiable, and we must unequivocally defend them. But to do so without God the Father, and/or Christ being “thee focal point,” frankly it is sin. In Revelation
Pastor Tim first mentioned God hating the discord sower (Prov 6:16-19), but he called it being “divisive.” Please understand that there is a time to be divisive. Such as exposing false teachings or evil (Eph 5:1-21). Or when “rightly dividing the Word of Truth” (2 Tim 2:15) etcetera etcetera. Moreover remember when necessary, the Lord
A large portion of my born-again Christian social media friends are in need of a Biblical healthy local church (they’re scattered sheep). If you’re one of them, perhaps this testimony will encourage you. Once Justin Trevino realized that his church (former) was unbiblical, he was at a crossroads. There were no healthy churches near him.
If a Christian’s walk is not divisively different in this world, then we are not walking ‘in Christ,’ according to the Gospel. Our Christian lives ought to be scandalous. Not scandalous as in ‘sin or compromise,’ but scandalous because we are clearly so different than the rest of the unsaved world. Which includes but is
Watch this 12-minutes of Pastor Tim telling some very hard truths to his own congregation. Even saying that some of them are most likely not going to heaven. This is a demonstration of Biblical love. I have no doubt that the larger the congregation, the greater the number of those that are either non-Christian, and/or
Pastor Tim Conway’s wife Ruby shares how she was a false convert under that unbiblical sinner’s prayer, which also led to her own self-righteousness. However when she witnessed her brother later become “radically miraculously saved” from his false conversion, she then began to doubt her own salvation. As most of you know, this past weekend
A must see 9-minute video as Pastor Tim rebukes his congregation (and others) for being too soft. For years now I’ve been fighting against this as well. America’s churchianity suffers from a masculinity crisis. As their description field states. “For us Americans almost everything is instant, and we want it now. We’re sadly a very
Good advice from Pastor Tim Conway. “When you focus on how others are running the race it will either fill you with pride, if you are running faster than them. Or if you are not running faster it will lead you into discouragement. We must get our eyes on Christ and His perfect performance.”
Two scathing videos debunking the cliché “God hates the sin, but loves the sinner,” by Tim Conway & David Platt (and no it’s not a Bible verse). Sadly most pastors will not teach this from their pulpits. Why not? Because they’re afraid of losing membership. Henceforth they would lose money. Folks it is a fact that too
By Paul Washer, Leonard Ravenhill, Tim Conway, and Charles Leiter. DISCLAIMER: IPOC Ministries makes an effort to share excerpts from various sermons (aka sermon jams,) from various pastors. In other words, it’s not all about us. However, this does not mean that IPOC endorses all doctrinal views, of every pastor shared here on this web
Remember one of the marks of a healthy church, is not how big it is. Some of the healthiest churches are often the smaller churches. Pastor Tim teaches with a no frills, no thrills, what you see is what you get style. In this message, he answers a question in his weekly QnA Bible study.