Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Election Sermon Series (Paul McDade)

"First in a series of Election Sermons prior to the 2012 elections, this sermon lays out the fundamental realities of Civil Government, tracing the rise of tyrrany and evil to apostasy in the Christian Church."

"In Exodus 19 and other cited texts it is clear that God's purpose in polling the choice of the people for civil ruler is that they would either affirm of deny that a certain man would rule over them. Today our mandate is the same. Is the candidate Biblically qualified and do you consent to be ruled by him?"

"Leading up to the election of 2012, this special sermon deals with the biblical requirements for civil ruler while also emphasizing God's purpose in selection and providential appointment despite men's pragmatic ideas. What is our duty in this matter? Scripture teaches us more than one might think."

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Petition: Give third-party presidential candidates a voice in 2016

"Sign the petition to urge the national media to give third-party presidential candidates an equal voice this election year by covering their campaigns and including third-party nominees in the debates for the general election."

Read more and sign the petition here


Thursday, April 7, 2016

Should We Prosecute Women for Abortion? (Generations Radio)

"Why should a Los Angeles woman get 14 years of prison time for abandoning a one-day-old child, when she could have willfully killed the baby the day before and received state funding for her abortion?  Shall we prosecute women for murdering their babies?  We encourage our listeners to refer to Scripture ...first and foremost Genesis 9:6.  We take a look at Donald Trump’s suggestion (and subsequent retraction) about prosecuting women for having abortions.  Also, we challenge Christians to be consistent on the 6th, 7th, and 8th commandments, especially Christians who support communism."

Through Deep Waters: Trusting God Through the Seasons of Grief

Through Deep Waters - Trailer from Jonathan Einwechter on Vimeo.

Learn more about the DVD here