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Three Obstacles to True Forgiveness

By Renee Dallas

For a wife who is dealing with her husband’s sexual sin, part of the process of forgiveness includes coming to an understanding of what she has truly lost by the betrayal, and then beginning to release the debt of the offense against her. If she doesn’t go through this process,… Read More

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Homosexuality, Home, and the Holidays: How Can We Best Celebrate the Season with an Openly Lesbian, Gay, or Transgender Loved One?

By Joe Dallas

“Too often we limit God by focusing upon our need in the present hour rather than how the Lord provides across the span of our entire existence.” ― George O. Wood Generally, when we’re viewing a Western film, we don’t expect to see a spaceship appear. We expect conflicts,… Read More

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4 Straight Facts about ‘Gay Conversion’ Therapy

By Joe Dallas

prop·a·gan·da noun 1.derogatory – information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view. Last year’s Gallup poll on American attitudes towards the media showed that less than a third – 32% – had a high or even… Read More

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Three Concepts that are Choking our Conversations

By Joe Dallas

“The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum….” ― Noam Chomsky The Christian Church by its nature should be both counter cultural and culturally engaged. Counter cultural, because we’re not of this… Read More

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“I’m Invited to a Same-Sex Wedding. Yes or No?”

By Joe Dallas

Let each be fully persuaded in his own mind. Romans 13:5 There’s an ongoing buzz in the Christian community over whether or not believers should attend same-sex weddings. As buzz goes, this one’s awfully relevant, as more of us are facing this dilemma” do I accept the invitation, even though I don’t… Read More

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Jen Hatmaker: Hermeneutics, Hurt, and Human Affection Part II

By Joe Dallas

In yesterday’s post  we looked at what can be a dry topic – hermeneutics – and applied it to what’s definitely a hot topic: Jen Hatmaker’s recent announcement that she believes homosexual unions can be holy, and that the church needs to not only welcome lesbians and gays,… Read More

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Jen Hatmaker: Hermeneutics, Hurt, and Human Affection (Part I)

By Joe Dallas

Popular author and speaker Jen Hatmaker’s declaration that she now condones same-sex marriage is another cog in an expanding wheel of leaders who are changing their views on sexuality. It’s becoming routine: renowned Christian has an epiphany, says the church is getting it all wrong, and therefore comes out… Read More

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How Do You Determine Gender?

By Linda Seiler

This week was full of controversy about the government’s role in determining policy related to transgender people. What has surfaced is how illogical it is to believe gender is a mental construct that can differ from one’s biological sex. In a recent interview with a pro-gay activist, Tucker Carlson… Read More

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The Intolerance Of Tolerance (Part 4): Aiming At The Wrong “Target”

By Linda Seiler

In my last post, I addressed the fact that strongholds are by nature illogical because you cannot oppose the God of Truth and operate in logic. Second Cor. 10:5 defines a stronghold as “arguments and every pretention that sets itself up against the knowledge of God.” In other words,… Read More

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The Intolerance Of Tolerance (Part 3): The Real “Target” Of The Bathroom Policy

By Linda Seiler

Regardless of whether you believe people should continue shopping at Target or not, the controversial bathroom policy gives us a window into what’s happening in the spirit realm. As recent as five years ago, no one would have imagined gay marriage would be legal in all 50 states—let alone a… Read More

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