From Dr. Jim Denison:

“Courteous conduct honors Christ”

Consequently, the way Christians engage in politics is crucial to our witness and the eternal destinies of those we influence. Max Lucado was right: “Those who don’t believe in Jesus note what we who believe in Jesus do. They make decisions about Christ by watching us. When we’re kind, they assume Christ is kind. When we’re gracious, they assume Christ is gracious. But when we’re dishonest, what assumption will an observer make about our Master?

“No wonder the Apostle Paul says, ‘Be wise in the way you act with people who are not believers, making the most of every opportunity. When you talk, you should always be kind and pleasant so you will be able to answer everyone in the way you should’ (Colossians 4:5–6 NCV).”

Lucado therefore noted: “Courteous conduct honors Christ. It also honors his children.”

Will your political engagement today honor both?

“Be wise in the way you act with people who are not believers.” —Colossians 4:5 NCV

FGGAM Shares a Biblical Worldview Everyday:

“The Biblical worldview says there is a God—One who is personal, powerful and caring—who created the world and everything in it. It states unequivocally that man is created in God’s image, living in essence as God’s co-regent over creation. Mankind—born and unborn, rich and poor, able and disabled—has intrinsic worth. Almighty God is a sovereign God, ruler over nations, states, empires, and governments. He is to be worshiped and obeyed through the precepts and principles revealed in His infallible Word. He not only exists, but He is sovereign over all of history according to His wisdom and purposes, and He is intimately involved in every aspect of life.”


Thank you Jesse T. Jackson and CHURCHLEADERS!

On Oct. 7, John MacArthur and John Piper sat down at the Puritan Conference hosted by Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, for a question and answer session, answering questions about the Puritans, their respective ministries and books, politics, and persecution.

Piper, who was formerly Bethlehem Baptist Church’s senior pastor, and MacArthur, current Grace Community Church senior pastor, have a combined 86 years of preaching experience.

MacArthur and Piper were asked how American Christians can prepare for persecution that may come in a culture hostile to Christianity. Without hesitation, MacArthur stated that he believes American culture no longer has any vestiges of Christianity, saying, “They’re gone.” Story Here

Today is Election Day! What to Watch For!


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