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Vital & Timely Sermon: Christians in America
Pastor Johnson of Gospel Fellowship Church in Wheaton recently preached a powerful sermon for such a time as this titled “Christians in America: Persevering Faithfully (Part 1)” regarding the blessing of self-government and how Christians should steward that blessing today. He makes clear that through the promotion of abortion, homosexuality, riots, and gubernatorial abuse of power, we are living in a time in which evil is celebrated as good. Pastor Johnson’s sermon is exactly the kind of sermon for which Christians all across the country pray their pastors and priests will preach.
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Faith Leaders Confuse Christians
Before the sexual revolution took root in America’s cultural institutions, there existed pervasive agreement—both explicit and tacit—about sexuality, marriage, children’s rights, and religious liberty. Sexual immorality of all forms existed but was appropriately stigmatized... Now such forms of immorality are not merely out of the closet, in city and suburban centers, and in broad daylight but in our schools and even houses of worship.
Posted in Sexuality Tagged Denny Burke, Eve Tushnet, Greg Coles, Greg Johnson, Joel Belz, Kevin DeYoung, Michael Johnson, Nate Collins, Pastors, Presbyterian Church in America, Revoice Conference, Rob Rienow, Rosaria Butterfield, Sam Allberry, The Sexual Revolution, Wesley Hill Comments Off on Faith Leaders Confuse Christians