"Trends Pointing to a New Apostasy" by Ron Halbrook. Available at CEI Bookstore for $5.99. "Trends Pointing to a New Apostasy" was originally a sermon preached by brother Halbrook in 1989 that sounded a warning call to all who listened and later read it; brethren, we are drifting. Even though this sermon was preached six … Continue reading Book Review: Trends Pointing Toward a New Apostasy
Today's post is an article written by Dee Bowman. I honestly believe that the most commonly committed sin is that of lying. Which of us has not, at one time or the other, told an outright lie? Oh, we dress it up and say it was simply “an untruth,” but when the finish with which … Continue reading The Sin of Lying
This past week Dee Bowman, faithful Christian and preacher, left this life and went on to his reward. While I never had the privilege of meeting him, I have benefited greatly from his sermons and articles. For today's post I want to share one of Dee's articles for your reading.
It is hard to believe that it is time for school to be back in session. Starting a new school year is always an exciting time with new teachers, new supplies, and seeing friends again. While I am sure, every student here is fully equipped with all the paper, pencils, and boxes of Kleenexes to … Continue reading Back to School
In the first week of my daily Bible reading plan for 2021, I read through Genesis 1-15. Something that grabbed my attention in the reading was how quickly the world falls apart once sin enters the picture. The rapid succession of bad to worse in Genesis 1-11 has led many Bible students to call this … Continue reading The Avalanche of Sin
Dave Ramsey, financial common-sense advocate, on his radio program recently said that “the same region of your brain that causes someone to become addicted to pornography causes them to become addicted to fear.” This is why fear sells better than hope. Fear drives up ratings and profits. It does so because once we get that … Continue reading Living in Fear
We read in Mark 11:11-21 of Jesus cursing a fruitless fig tree, cleansing the Temple for a second time, and the fig tree dying from the cruse. This fig tree represented Israel during Jesus’ day and time, fruitless. The lesson of the fig tree is clear, that those who do not bear fruit will face … Continue reading Bearing Fruit
I recently went to go see Infinity War and while I have been trying to keep up with all of the Marvel movies that have come out I have not seen them all. So, while I did enjoy the film there were inevitably some characters and plot references that I did not recognize or understand. … Continue reading Why Study the Old Testament?
NBC use to have a public announcement service where some influential person would give a short announcement informing those watching about some vital piece of information (Drugs, Child Abuse, Hunger, etc.). And at the end of the PSA a shooting star would shoot across the TV with the words "The More You Know." The idea … Continue reading The More You Know!
After a break we are picking up right where we left off with a series of follow up post to "You Ought To Be Teachers". Every day I get into my car and drive the six miles across Tucson to my office. I am able to do so because I have a car and a … Continue reading Authority