Tag: national revival

IRRECONCILABLE DIFFERENCES

Before I responded to the call to the ministry I was successfully developing a career in mechanical design and engineering. One might think that would be totally inconsistent with a calling based on faith. After all, isn’t faith the opposite of engineering and science? What I’ve learned over the years is that my background in …

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The End of Good Faith?

Everyone is crying out for unity, but there is none. Why? It’s simple. We’ve lost our North Star, the one shining light that led us all in the same direction toward that more perfect union. It is expressed clearly in the motto, “One Nation Under God.” That is the stabilizing factor that allowed us to …

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Democrats Reveal the Real Threat to Our Constitution

Today’s announcement of the presentation of Articles of Impeachment against President Trump illustrate a clear threat to our Democracy, and it isn’t the President; it’s the radical Democrats who place themselves above the Constitution they claim to protect. Rather than an allegiance to our Constitution, their situational ethics mentality justify twisting the Constitution like a …

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GOD OR NO GOD?

The reason this next election is so absolutely pivotal in the life of our nation is that it will determine the fundamental nature of our society moving forward. Will we remain faithful to our national motto, or will we discard our allegiance to God, and His order of right and wrong in order to adopt …

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WHAT IS REALLY BEHIND THE POLARIZATION IN AMERICA TODAY.

“So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.”-– 2 Corinthians 4:18 When I read of clergy joining the cacophony of voices calling for the impeachment of President Trump my heart is grieved, and genuinely concerned about …

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Mission 2014

Considering the gravity of our time, and the message I sensed the Lord was speaking to me about His Church, I have been somewhat slow to publish what I believe to be the mission for the Church in 2014. I needed more time than usual to meditate on God’s Word and soak it in prayer as …

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