Cross and Culture: Can Jesus Save the West? is now just $4.95 in ebook format. Shop here. A revival broke out last week at a chapel service at Asbury University, Kentucky. The Asbury Revival is now spreading to other American universities. A few dozen students lingered in worship after the end of chapel last Wednesday at… Read More The Asbury Revival
Cross and Culture the eBook is now just $4.95. Shop here. A post has been making the rounds on social media this week which juxtaposes two striking photos. The first is from 1956, when a trio of Manhattan skyscrapers had their windows lit up to form three giant crosses over New York City in celebration… Read More Will the New Year Bring Progress or Just More Insanity?
The festive season is upon us — a time to decorate the house, gather with family, exchange gifts, and of course, discuss the pagan origins of Christmas. In recent years, suggesting and suspecting that Christmas has a pagan past has almost become a Christmas tradition in its own right. Now, an increasing number of Christians are… Read More Christmas: ‘Tis the Season to be Pagan?
The following is an excerpt from my latest book, Great Southland Revival. Jesus’ ministry was marked by incredible scenes of revival. According to R. E. Davies, “While most writers ignore the fact, it may also be said that the ministry of Jesus Himself manifested many revival features, as vast crowds also followed Him, and as He… Read More Jesus: The First Revivalist
The US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v Wade is a major victory for the unborn. However, the benefits of Friday’s decision are even more far-reaching than you may have considered. Friday 24th June, 2022, will forever be remembered as the day the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) struck down Roe v Wade,… Read More 12 Reasons to Give Thanks That Roe v Wade Was Overturned
A massacre of Nigerian Catholics last Sunday has gone without comment from BLM. On Sunday, at least 50 Nigerians attending Catholic mass in the country’s southwest were gunned down in a bloody massacre, according to Reuters. Women and children were among the slain at St Francis Catholic Church in the town of Owo. Many more were… Read More Black lives matter, unless they are Nigerian Christians
During Covid, Christians let the newspapers define compassion. We cared for those vulnerable to Covid-19 but often neglected people who suffered under tyrannical health orders. It’s time for us to tune back into God’s heart and extend compassion to all who need it.… Read More Learning from Covid: Why Christians Must Let God Define Compassion
Jesus might return at any moment. This is a clear teaching of Scripture and one that Jesus’ disciples embraced wholeheartedly. That may seem odd to us, given that almost 2,000 years have passed and the church is still waiting. But we were never promised a timeline — just the assurance that He will come back.… Read More Jesus Could Return At Any Moment: Are You Ready?
The arguments given by those supporting vaccine passports sound impressive, but do they really hold water? Last week I wrote 5 Reasons Why Vaccine Passports are an Ethical Disaster. It was met with plenty of praise and agreement—but more than a few rebuttals as well. Some who disagreed with me are in open support of compulsory… Read More The Case for Vaccine Passports is Feeble and Fading
American wrestler Tamyra Mensah-Stock became an Olympic gold medallist on Tuesday after winning the women’s 68-kilogram freestyle wrestling final. Infectiously joyful, Mensah-Stock is an openly Christian athlete who chose to honour God during her post-match interview. “I surprised myself! It’s by the grace of God I’m able even to move my feet,” the American athlete told a… Read More The Most Joyful Athlete in Tokyo is a Christian and She Just Won Gold