Men, Stop the Silly Video Games and Kick the Porn Habit | Shane Idleman

from Charisma News Like a bird that wanders from the nest, so is a man who wanders from his place” (Prov. 27:8). Written in 1757, the following lyrics echo with great clarity to a generation that has wandered so far off that we can barely hear God’s call to return to Him: “Prone to wander, […]

Partying, Porn and Pregnancy: Reality Show About Provocative Pastors’ Daughters Called ‘Despicable’

from Christian News Network A new reality television show about pastors’ daughters that has begun airing on the Lifetime Television Network is being called “despicable” by a nationally recognized organization that fights for morality in the media. The organization One Million Moms is especially furious over the broadcast, and is calling for its cancellation. “This […]

Warren, the weird and the wild…

God have mercy on the American church. Mike comments on the Ric Warren message at DGNC; the suicide of an Ohio teen after being bullied by fellow students and the weird and the strange in American “churchianity”, such as “doggie praise”, clips of a Hannah Montana song as worship and a clip of a video […]

That’s not a preacher…it’s an illusion!

What’s next? We have gone from light preaching to light preachers. Christian– Holographic preachers are stirring another technology-gone-too-far debate among Christians. While the dust over beaming preachers on a video screen on multi-site campuses has somewhat settled, the new 3D tool is raising more questions and concerns among some believers. “Since so many of us […]

The Double Reach Of Self-Righteousness

By Tullian Tchividjian|Christian Post Guest Columnist It’s simple: we can become self-righteous against those who are self-righteous. Many younger evangelicals today are reacting to their parents’ conservative, buttoned-down, rule-keeping flavor of “older brother religion” with a type of liberal, untucked, rule-breaking flavor of “younger brother irreligion” which screams, ”That’s right, I know I don’t have […]

Regrets Media Didn’t Memorialize a Soldier Killed Same Day Jackson Died

by Brent Baker, The Washington Post Army 1st Lt. Brian N. Bradshaw was killed in Afghanistan, fighting in a war to protect all Americans, the same day that Michael Jackson died, prompting a letter to the Washington Post, which the paper published on Sunday, from Bradshaw’s aunt, Martha Gillis, who scolded media priorities: My nephew, […]