• David Kyle Foster is a former homosexual and is a producer of some very powerful videos, featuring compassionate testimonies of former homosexuals and lesbians who have worked through their sexual brokenness and found positive change by faith in Jesus. These video testimonials have been featured on Vimeo, a website portal for well-done videos. Vimeo describes […]

  • Was George Washington a Christian and why does it matter? Dr. Peter Lillback is the president of Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. In a real sense, he is the modern heir of Rev. John Witherspoon, the president of Princeton during the era of American Independence. When Princeton rejected the historic Christian faith in the early […]

  • [Photo of Alexandria, Egypt, sight of a recent church bombing] As we all know, on Palm Sunday, two bombings at Coptic Churches in Egypt killed nearly 50 persons and injured 120 others.  I heard about two of my relatives-in-law, who were near enough to hear and feel the blast at St. Mark’s Cathedral in Alexandria. […]

  • Truths That Transform is the flagship program of D. James Kennedy Ministries and includes portions of Dr. Kennedy’s classic messages. The program is hosted by Dr. Frank Wright. When cultural chaos is descending all around us, many wonder what the future holds. What should be our role as Christians in this seemingly new world, and […]

  • Dr. Cal Beisner is a leader with the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation. He advocates a common sense—not an alarmist perspective—in dealing with climate issues. Recently Beisner was even quoted in Newsweek. He is pleased with Trump’s executive order on the environment, and he notes, “A clean, healthful, beautiful environment is a costly […]

  • There’s a policeman in Oklahoma behind bars, Daniel Holtzclaw. He is 30 years old and was convicted of being a serial rapist in December 2015 and sentenced to 263 years in prison. But was his conviction fair and just? Syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin of CRTV has written extensively about the unfairness of the conviction. Michelle […]

  • The Unstoppable Jesus Christ: How Your Faith Can Triumph in a World Gone Mad by Jerry Newcombe, D.Min. We live in an age of militant atheism. In our days, faith is viewed by many of our elites as a glorified fairy tale. The future does not belong to the Christian religion—or so it would seem. […]

  • [Picture is of Dr. Paul Maier, ancient historian extraordinaire, retired from Western Michigan University] Here is the Easter 2017 version of Truths that Transform. This includes wonderful commentary from Lee Strobel at the front of the program, a portion of D. James Kennedy’s message, “Banishing the Fear of Death,” and a segment (beginning about 15 […]

  • Recently (3/31/17), the New York Times had an article by David Brooks with a title that caught my attention: “The Strange Persistence of Guilt.” Why do we feel guilty and what can be done about it? I’m writing during Holy Week 2017, and as a Christian I’m convinced that Good Friday and Easter Sunday hold […]

  • Bishop Julian Dobbs is involved with the Convocation of Anglicans in North America. He’s also a board member of the Barnabas Fund, a group dedicated to helping the Christians around the world facing great persecution for their faith. Bishop Dobbs has been in Egypt, visiting Christians there. Julian Dobbs joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss the […]

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