C.H. Spurgeon, The People’s Preacher | Film Review

Charles Haddon Spurgeon is remembered as the “Prince of Preachers”. An examination of the life and ministry of this saint of God leads one to quickly understand why. In the remarkable video, C.H. Spurgeon, The People’s Preacher, produced by Christian Television Association in England, distributed by Vision Video in America and provided to me by […]

A Review of Latest Osteen Book, Break Out! | Bob Johnson

from 9Marks.org In Break Out!, God is not glorious in majesty; he is your personal genie and your voice inside. The real power belongs to you. When you speak, things happen. When you believe, things come true. Osteen’s twisting of Scripture to encourage and inspire greatness comes at a great cost, the cost of truth. […]

Missions, Mysticism and Magic-A Closer Look at the Missionary Organization ADVENTURES IN MISSIONS

(UPDATE 20 September 2016- An article has been shared with us concerning this subject. You may read it by clicking HERE.) The Spirit expressly states that in the acharit-hayamim (the last days) some people will apostatize from the faith by paying attention to deceiving spirits and things taught by demons. Such teachings come from the […]

Wild men or obedient servants?

I have heard too many men, including some ministers and counselors, brag on what they feel is the great value of the book Wild at Heart by John Eldredge. I have never felt good about the book and the philosophy it promotes and Daniel Gillespie, pastor of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Wilmington, NC wrote an […]

Revival and Revivalism

This is an excerpt of a review by Terry Chrisope, Associate Professor of History and Bible at Missouri College, of the book Revival and Revivalism: The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism, 1750-1858., by Iain H. Murray, available from Monergism Books The final third of the book describes the popularization of revivalism in American Christianity. […]