• German Lutheran Pastor Preaches that ‘God Is Queer’

    “Now is the time to say . . . ‘God is queer.’” Who spoke these blasphemous words, and what was the context of the statement? The words were spoken by Quinton Caesar, a Lutheran pastor in Germany, at the conclusion of the annual gathering of the nation’s Protestant (meaning Lutheran) pastors. The conference theme was […]

  • Don’t feel worthy of God’s call on your life? Don’t worry, He uses imperfect people

    It is not just outside the Church, in the secular realm, that God uses imperfect people. Even within the Church, in the spiritual realm, God uses imperfect people. But there’s a simple reason for that. Imperfect people are the only kind of people that exist. Who else can God use? There’s an old joke about […]

  • Christian Leaders, You Should Have a Target on Your Back

    A few years ago, I offered to help an organization I had worked with in the past. They were excited by my offer, since they had followed my work for years and agreed wholeheartedly with the positions I had taken. I had also made clear that I was not concerned about compensation. My goal was […]

  • 5 Reasons to Rejoice for the Overturning of Roe

    As pro-life believers across America are shouting for joy and giving thanks for the overturning of Roe, others are saying, “Look, we don’t like abortion either. But so many women in America are terrified right now, as if others can dictate what they with their own bodies. So, let’s be a little more muted in […]

  • Now Roe v Wade is Overturned, What are the Consequences?

    Remember where you were on Friday morning, June 24, 2022, a few minutes past 10:00 AM, Eastern time. History was made this morning. The seemingly impossible happened. At last, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade. To be sure, this is just the beginning of a new battle to be fought for the unborn, state […]

  • Which of These Three Christians Does More Spiritual Harm?

    Allow me to introduce you to three, contemporary professing Christians, each of whom represents a composite picture rather than a specific individual. The first we will call Famous, Nice, and Toothless. The second we will call Orthodox and Angry. The third we will call Progressive and Woke. Which of them does more spiritual harm? Our […]

  • Compromised Preaching Contributing to Our Cultural Rot

    For many years, I have stated that a major reason America is so messed up is that much of the American Church is also messed up. And a major reason that so much of the American Church is messed up is that so many Christian leaders are also messed up. The domino effect is quite […]

  • Fentanyl, the Drug Killing 100,000 Young Americans Each Year

    The statistics are shocking, even devastating. In 1968, in the thick of the counterculture revolution and the heyday of “sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll,” there were 5,033 recorded deaths by drug overdose in America, amounting to 2.5 deaths per 100,000 people. In 2019, there were 70,630 recorded deaths by drug overdose, amounting to 21.6 deaths per […]

  • Is Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson the next in line to face cancel culture?

    The plot thickens as our contemporary cancel culture gets into a feeding frenzy. Who will the next victim be? First, there was an attempt to cancel Joe Rogan’s massive podcast because he was allegedly spreading misinformation about COVID and vaccines. Next, acting superstar and former professional wrestler Dwayne Johnson (aka the Rock), stood up for […]

  • Grammy-nominated Christian hip hop group artist renounces his faith

    As reported by Josh Shepherd on the Roys Report, Brady ‘Phanatik’ Goodwin, founding member of Grammy-nominated Christian hip-hop group, The Cross Movement, and in recent years an apologetics teacher, stated Monday in a video posted online that he has renounced his Christian faith.” As he stated in his Facebook video, “I sent a letter to […]

  • The 20th Anniversary of 9-11: A Sobering, Yet Motivating, Reality

    Any anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001 is painful, especially to those whose lives were directly affected. That includes my wife Nancy, whose brother Douglas died in the World Trade Center, leaving behind his precious wife and two children. Yet this anniversary is especially painful, not simply because it marks 20 years […]

  • When Harvard Hired an Atheist to Be the Chief University Chaplain

    Harvard University was founded as Harvard College in 1636. Its stated purpose was: “To train a literate clergy.” Among its mottos were, “Veritas Christo et Ecclesiae” (truth for Christ and Church) and “In Christam Gloriam” (to the glory of Christ). Now, Harvard has hired an atheist as its chief chaplain. And no, this is not […]