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Pro-mother, Pro-compassion, Pro-baby, Pro-justice, Pro-abortion abolition

April 4, 2016



Evangelical Christians have been swept up into debate recently over the comments made by Donald Trump regarding “punishing women” for obtaining illegal abortions. Pro-life leaders responded vehemently in opposition, declaring “we shouldn’t be talking about punishing women” and asserting the historical pro-life position has always been aimed at prosecuting abortion providers and not targeting women. […]

The Gospel Is a Person

March 19, 2016

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  “It all comes down to one thing: our message is a person. We proclaim a person, not a dogma, a rule, or even a religion. Our message is a conversation that has an individual at its core. We are talking about Jesus. We are praising Jesus. We are exalting Jesus. “In Colossians 1:28 Paul […]

Posted in: Evangelism, Salvation

Guilt-Tripping Evangelists

March 9, 2016


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I love street evangelism, but we street evangelists seem to be prone to look down on other believers for not engaging in that kind of ministry. It’s as if street evangelism, for some, is the only way to do evangelism, and if one isn’t doing street evangelism, one’s salvation is questioned. While methodology is not […]

Posted in: Evangelism, Exhortation

A Category of People Rightly Not Welcomed in Church

February 23, 2016



Contrary to modern evangelicalism’s teaching of toleration and acceptance of all people in the church, the Bible teaches there is actually one category of people who should not be welcomed at all. While many churches seeks to make these people as comfortable in their sin as possible, and use every worldly means to bring them […]

Make Haste, O Sinners, and Give the Lord Jesus Your Hearts

February 19, 2016

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Make haste then, O sinners, make haste, and come by faith to Christ. Then, this day, even this hour, nay, this moment, if you believe, Jesus Christ shall come and make his eternal abode in your hearts. Which of you is made willing to receive the King of glory? Which of you obeys his call, […]

Posted in: Salvation

A Friendly Note to the Christian Facebook Police

January 15, 2016


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Recently on Facebook I have noticed a few folks suggest one can judge other Christians’ priorities based on the content they post on Facebook. The assertions go somewhat like this: Should we be speaking about the Gospel or politics on Facebook? It is hard to tell what some people’s real focus is on – politics or […]

Revelation: Book of Blessings and Curses

December 7, 2015



The revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show to his servants the things that must soon take place. He made it known by sending his angel to his servant John, who bore witness to the word of God and to the testimony of Jesus Christ, even to all that he saw. Blessed […]


October 26, 2015


Two weeks ago on twitter, I began a series of tweets accompanied by the hashtag #Calvinism101. I love the doctrines of grace (often referred to as “Calvinsm), and I love proclaiming them. I do so because they represent what the Bible reveals about God and His sovereign work in redemption. I believe all Christians believe these truths […]

The Promise of the New Covenant

October 15, 2015

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The unified message of Scripture is demonstrated in the doctrine of the New Covenant. Throughout the Old Testament and New Testament Scriptures, the promise of the New Covenant is established and built upon, providing greater revelation as to its fulfillment and comprehensiveness to include not only Jews, but also Gentiles. So many doctrines cherished by […]