Prepare to Stand – Andrew Brunson

Series Summary In October 2016, pastor Andrew Brunson was falsely accused of terrorism and held for two years in Turkish prisons. Following a worldwide prayer movement and significant political pressure from the U.S. government, he was released in October 2018. Since then, Andrew has felt an urgency for Christians in the West to prepare for … Continue reading Prepare to Stand – Andrew Brunson

Let The Redeemed Say So

Redeemed how I love to proclaim it Redeemed by the blood of the lamb Redeemed through his infinite mercy His child and forever I am. Redeemed and so happy in Jesus No language my rapture can tell I know that the light of his presence With me shall continually dwell. Refrain: Redeemed, redeemed, redeemed by … Continue reading Let The Redeemed Say So

Freedom Melting, Part 2

My brother commented on Freedom Melting, then he read the Worthy Brief devotion below.  He said "I read your melting freedom article and then read today's Worthy Brief.  I had commented on the article that perhaps God will save our country through the church.  Then I read the Worthy Brief. God told Solomon that "If … Continue reading Freedom Melting, Part 2

We Do, or We Don’t

Gary Bauer of American Values said after the SOTU address by President Trump: "Either we respect the sanctity of life or we do not. Either we secure the border or we do not. Either we remain a nation committed to free markets and individual liberty or we do not. Either we cherish our history and … Continue reading We Do, or We Don’t

Forgiveness: The Forgotten Virtue

Bill Cosby was the first. And not the last. Today's political correctness reaches far back into a person's past. It doesn't matter if they have changed. It doesn't matter if they have been doing good for the last 3 or 4 decades. One mistake, one goof, one sin is all it takes to become the … Continue reading Forgiveness: The Forgotten Virtue