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Jabez and the Soft Prosperity Gospel– After all, his prayer doesn’t point to a secret mantra for material blessing. It calls sufferers to trust that the covenant God of Israel loves to comfort those who come to him in faith.
Is IHOP a Cult? One Intern’s Story– I’ve been reporting about and warning of the dangerous teaching of Mike Bickle’s spiritual influence over young vulnerable students…The following videos – particularly the first one – are the most disturbing images you will ever see.
How the Bathing Suit Killed the Bathing Skirt– They do represent a national shift that wasn’t just about fashion but also practicality. In that way, they stand for all women who wanted more from their day at the beach: mainly, an opportunity to actually swim.
A Bear Family Takes a Dip in Our Pool– And I thought snakes in the back yard were bad…
Evaluating Beth Moore’s Upcoming Live Simulcast– When I watch the simulcast this year, I am hoping and praying that I will not see the same types of things that I saw last year including a heavier focus on women than on God, problems with Bible interpretation and verse usage, and emphasis on personal revelations. Knowing about these things, my discernment radar will be active.
Calling Something Christian Doesn’t Make it Christian– Many belief systems in our day go by the name of “Christian.” Many people call themselves “Christians.” But just like calling a structure a house doesn’t make it one, so calling something Christian doesn’t make it Christian.
10 Commandments for Using iPads in Church– When you are thinking about using a smartphone or tablet during the church service, here are 10 humorous, but important commandments to keep in mind.