ONLINE CHURCH! The very words bring strong emotion to the hearts of many Christians and ministry leaders.

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Eventually, Christian leaders will have to do what they’ve done for 2,000 years. We will have to lead the flocks to which Christ Himself has made us overseers. We cannot permanently abdicate responsibility to temporal powers.

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It really doesn’t matter if you’re a Republican or a Democrat. You could be a diehard Dallas Cowboys fan and find that you’ll agree with a Philadelphia Eagles fan, at least on this one point. Even the redneck and the socialite will find common ground here. I think we can all agree. During this COVID-19 […]

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301 years ago, Robinson Crusoe, widely considered the First English Novel, was released in England to enormous praise.  Audiences loved the simple story of a castaway who spends 28 years on a remote tropical island near Trinidad.  Poor Crusoe encounters prisoners, mutineers, and even cannibals during his adventurous stay.  Yet the first foes he would face would not come […]

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Today’s Blog is a guest post from my wife, Heather. Enjoy! “Two men went up into the temple to pray; the one a Pharisee, and the other a publican. The Pharisee stood and prayed thus with himself, God, I thank thee, that I am not as other men are, extortioners, unjust, adulterers, or even as […]

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Something’s Missing

January 23, 2013

I have often sat with those in our church who have recently come to faith in Jesus Christ, as they retell the story of their conversion there is almost without fail a reference to “something missing.” “I had a job, a family and a home. My life seemed good but something was missing. Then I […]

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Preparing to Pray

January 19, 2013

This is a guest post from my father Dr. David Teis. Dr. Teis has been the pastor of Liberty Baptist Church in Las Vegas for over 30 years. His wisdom and insight is a tremendous help to me and I pray it will be to you as well. Check out his blog at davidteis.com The best […]

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Who Cares Who Wrote What When?

January 17, 2013

As a student of Scripture begins to go deeper into the realm of Bible study he will begin to ask or be asked the most frustrating questions.  Such as, who wrote this specific book, to whom was it written and when specifically was it written?  If we are not careful we will look at these […]

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5 Essentials to Sharing Your Story

December 20, 2012

After spending the last 10 years in ministry in Las Vegas I cannot tell you how many times I have asked a person, “Are you a Christian?  or How did you become a Christian?”  And though I have heard many solid testimonies of God’s saving grace and genuine stories of Biblical conversion, I quite often […]

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Why Did They Kill Him?

December 5, 2012

When we think of Jesus we think of a man who helped many.  He healed the lame, fed the hungry and received the rejected.  Then why would they kill him?

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The Four Views of Baptism

November 29, 2012

I suppose the issue of baptism has been so divisive within the church because of man’s proclivity toward tradition.  We hear this most often in the phrase, “Well, that’s just how I was raised.”  As if that is an authoritative argument.  I propose that we ask with Paul, “What saith the Scripture?” (Rom. 4:3)

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