A Matter of Faith – Pastoral Review

Dear Pastor, Perhaps you are considering screening A Matter of Faith at your church or encouraging your people to use the big screen release as an opportunity to evangelize your community.Ai?? The producers of the film make convincing arguments why you should.Ai?? After all, people do remember movies long after they’ve forgotten your sermons.Ai?? And […]

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In Which President Obama Becomes A Radical Pro Lifer

In Which President Obama Becomes a Radical Pro-Lifer

On Friday night as I was working on my sermon, I had the NPR station on rocking some classical music when the station took a break from its programming to give us the news. The piece was on the reaction over the botched execution in Oklahoma of Clayton Lockett. Lockett and two accomplices kidnapped Stephanie […]

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A Review of Apocity: A Book By George Alvarado

Apocity: The Greatest Omission by George Alvarado Lately at Gospel Spam we’ve been getting some requests to review books by the authors.Ai?? As a guy who loves books I have only one requirement: send me a free copy and I’ll determine whether or not we want to review it here.Ai?? One such request came from […]

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NPR Gets My Money Before KLOVE

This week I sent our local classical music station a donation, WCNY Classical FM.Ai?? I’ve rediscovered classical music in recent days.Ai?? I’ve always enjoyed it and have a few good CD’s but it’s an area I want to pursue.Ai?? Giving this station a donation gives me some financial motivation, an investment.Ai?? Thus far, it’s paying […]

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Selling Jesus: Regeneration Guaranteed

One of the many streams of funding I use to support our family as we do church planting ministry is sales.Ai?? Specifically, I sell newspaper subscriptions.Ai?? I have done it in a couple of different markets: one large and one small.Ai?? I’ve found it to be a great way to make money on a part […]

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God’s Not Dead but Christian Screen Writing Is

The Good I went to go see God’s Not Dead this weekend.Ai?? I’ve read some of the early reviews and have to admit to being skeptical when I went to go see it.Ai?? It’s not the best way to go see a movie with the intent of writing a review, but for the sake of […]

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Martin Luther King Jr, Banned from Facebook?

This morning after I took care of some preliminaries, I sat down to my computer to login to Facebook and see what’s going on. I’d been off line for awhile since I fell on Tuesday and sustained a minor concussion. Which, by the way, is no fun. I’m feeling better today, I can focus, and […]

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Ukraine: Why You Should Care

The eyes of the world are now focused on a region that most Americans could probably not find on a map a few months ago: Ukraine’s Crimea.Ai?? This region has long been a source of conflict in the region, since it serves as the base for the Russian navy and gives a huge, largely landlocked […]

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Getting a Seat at the Pro-Life Table: A Response to Clinton Wilcox and Jill Stanek

UPDATE: During the time of writing this blog, Clinton Wilcox postedAi??a responseAi??to his first post admitting that he has never seen Babies Are Murdered Here and should not have made the comparison. He has since from as far as we can tell, seen the first twenty minutes. In his response he claims we only offer […]

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40 Days for Life Stinks

40 Days for Life Stinks There. I said it. Let the evangelical world hear this loudly and clearly: 40 Days for Life is not a Christian organization. It’s not. I know there are some professing Christians involved. I understand that it’s supported by 16,500 churches. I think it’s religiously motivated. And I also know that […]

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