Conversation with Homosexual Journalist
By Laurie Higgins   |   05.23.18
I was part of an extended Facebook conversation with Chuck Colbert, a homosexual journalist from the Boston area who graduated from Notre Dame University but has renounced his Catholic faith and converted to Reform Judaism. He expressed virtually every...
Intolerant Journalist Demonstrates Biblical Ignorance
By Laurie Higgins   |   05.21.18
Dahleen Glanton, columnist for the Chicago Tribune, recently penned a column about homosexuality that began with this ironic statement: “It is painful to acknowledge one’s own intolerance.” Glanton doesn’t say who’s experiencing this pain, but one thing’s for sure: It’s...
Praying for Renewal in Illinois
By Monte Larrick   |   05.17.18
Christians are uniting in prayer for Illinois and the nation as lawmakers press for an anti-life, anti-family agenda that threatens our culture with even further decline.
Pray for Ireland’s Babies
05.15.18
On May 25, 2018 there is a very important referendum taking place in the Republic of Ireland (pop. 4.68 million people). The referendum is over whether the Eighth Amendment, which recognizes the right to life of the unborn child, will...
Special Screenings of Ray Comfort’s “The Fool”
05.08.18
What do you do when the world’s most famous atheist mocks you internationally on television and throughout social media? What consolation can you find when you’ve become known worldwide as atheism’s celebrity idiot? You look to the Scriptures and take...
A Prayer for Illinois
By Kathy Valente   |   05.04.18
With about 4 weeks left of the Illinois General Assembly’s session and several bad bills that still could be voted on, it is very fitting to appeal to “Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine,” (Eph. 3:20) and Him through Whom “all things are possible.” (Matt. 19:26)
The Father I Want to Be
By Jonathan Lewis   |   04.28.18
My wife is about to give birth to our fourth child in six years. Our first two—both boys—were born just seventeen months apart. Our third—a girl—came just over two years later. Now, we’re about to become parents again. Becoming a...
When Christian Conservatives Are Compared to the 9/11 Terrorists
By Dr. Michael L. Brown   |   04.27.18
You may have thought I was overstating things in my recent article, “Will California Go from Banning Religious Books to Burning Them?” You may have thought I was exaggerating when I referenced LGBT activists who compared Christian conservatives to ISIS...
Worldview Work Isn’t Optional
By John Stonestreet   |   04.25.18
Some are saying that Christians have lost the culture. But what if it was never a war to win, instead it was a calling to embrace? If there is an overarching theme for BreakPoint—starting with Chuck Colson and now with ...
Censoring Christianity: How We’re Being Silenced, and How to Cope
By Oliver Perry   |   04.23.18
If you are planning to assault a stronghold, you’d want to weaken its defenders prior to your attack. I discussed a weakening strategy in my prior post [i] about patriarchy and gender roles. I described how reducing the public’s valuation...
Free Speech: Use It or Lose It
By Dr. Michael L. Brown   |   04.20.18
For many years I’ve said that, when it comes to America, I’m more concerned with the absence of light than with the presence of darkness. In the same way, I’m more concerned with our failure to speak freely than with those who are trying to silence us.
Don’t Miss Breakpoint’s John Stonestreet Teaching Worldview – May 5th!
By David E. Smith   |   04.17.18
Every day the established media and pop culture assault traditional Christian beliefs and values with messages in direct opposition to the precepts conservative Christians hold dear. But even less overtly hostile people and organizations in our modern world seek to...
The Final Word
03.30.18
Several years ago, I stood in a hospital room by my father's bedside. He was alive, but only because of modern technology, which did the work his body could no longer do. With his assent, we had decided to take him off life support. My mother, my siblings and I watched as technicians removed the tubes, fluids, and devices connected to his body. For a moment everything remained as it was: his breathing, the beeping of the monitors, the sterile air, the fluorescent lights, the white sheets, the quiet bustle of the medical staff.
Why Your Worldview Matters
By Jonathan Lewis   |   03.28.18
Although the subject of worldview has become a hot topic among Christians, there are many in the church who still don’t understand what a worldview is and why it matters. At best, it can often seem like an entirely theoretical topic with little bearing on the practical realm. In reality, nothing could be further from the truth.
Defying Hollywood, ‘I Can Only Imagine’ Soars at the Box Office, Resonates with Viewers
By Tami Jackson   |   03.23.18
Hollywood stands as an eclectic, self-congratulatory private club, whose mainline members flaunt wealth and hedonism, pontificating re guns and violence and the #MeToo scandals, while simultaneously producing films overflowing with guns and violence and promiscuous and perverse sex. That coastal...
IFI Featured Video
Praying for Renewal in Illinois
IFI Action Alerts
Take action before 06.30.18
Take action before 01.10.19
Take action before 05.31.18
Take action before 01.05.19
Take action before 01.10.19
Get Our New App!