Sermons on Target (Part 1)

by E. M. Bounds “Not with eyeservice, as men-pleasers; but as the servants of Christ, doing the will of God from the heart;” (Ephesians 6:6) Men are God’s method. The church is looking for better methods; God is looking for better men. What the church needs today is not more machinery or better, not new […]

"The world is sliding backwards." - Hillary Clinton (U.S. Secretary of State, releasing the 2011 International Religious Freedom Report, which notes that blasphemy, apostasy, and defamation laws are increasingly being used by governments against religious minorities.)


"Apparently, weak research that comes to the 'right' conclusions is more acceptable than stronger studies that offer heretical results." - Christian Smith (prominent sociologist of religion, defending fellow sociologist Mark Regnerus against heated criticism and an investigation of Regnerus's research on children whose parents had same-sex relationships)


"The most under-covered story these days is the sustained assault by Islamist terrorists on Christians." - Jeffrey Goldberg


Godless Chaplain

According to WORLD Magazine, “Stanford has appointed an atheist “chaplain” to serve its non-believing students. Stanford’s independent Humanist community technically employs John Figdor, but he is an officially recognized chaplain under Stanford’s Office of Religious Life. . . . Figdor originally entered Harvard Divinity School with the aim of becoming a religion journalist, but along […]

Al-Jazeera in America

“Arab news outlet Al-Jazeera has purchased liberal cable television channel Current TV, giving it access to almost 40 million American households. The New York-based channel, known as Al-Jazeera America, will be staffed by journalists in 10 to 15 bureaus focusing on U. S. news, say its Qatari-based owners. Time Warner Cable Inc., the nation’s second=largest […]

Handbook for Battered Leaders

– Janis Bragan Balda & Wesley D. Balda. Praxis. “Believing that leadership is a critical factor for any manager or executive and that all truth is God’s truth, we thought that a leader as wise as Paul might have some mature insights to share with us. This study is designed to be a tool for […]

A Book of Prayers

– Arthur A. R. Nelson. InterVarsity Press. “In the spirit of the Book of Common Prayer, Arthur Nelson provides a new collection of public and private prayers to help us meet the uncertainties of life with the dignity of prayer. This is a difficult and uncertain time for individuals, communities and nations. These timely and […]

Do You Want to Be Usable to God?

Written by: Bill Elliff Every genuine follower of Christ wants to be used. And in the day in which we live, we desperately need men and women who are in a position to be mighty instruments for personal and corporate revival and awakening in our day. So, how do I cooperate with God in ways […]

Leaders Aren’t Afraid of Change (Part 1)

As I read the book of Acts, I see the lives of great leaders. I’ve just completed a series entitled WORLDCHANGERS where I singled out six great leaders in the Book of Acts. They were worldchangers because they seemed to always look for opportunities, despite opposition. Peter overcame the fear and failure of past mistakes […]

God Is Still Seeking

Read John 4:19-26 God is not only seeking fruit in the lives of His children, but He is also seeking true worshipers. We commonly think of worship in terms of stained-glass windows, choirs,and an order of service, but Jesus said nothing about these things. To Him, the most important factor was the condition of the […]