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Throughout its turbulent history, the Church has often been diverted from its primary mission. The lure of taking side-roads is tempting, especially in the face of a degenerating culture. We must ask difficult questions and turn to the Bible for answers. In this series, Pastor Erwin Lutzer helps us do …
Idolatry is willful self-deception.
Dennis Prager, Eric Metaxas, and Dr. Erwin Lutzer have a candid, engaging conversation on topics of faith, culture and the fate of our nation.
The destiny of the church does not depend upon the next election.
The Cross Can Do What Politics Can’t I hope you enjoy this edition of the Moody Church Radio News. We want to keep you up to date on God’s blessing on your ministry through Moody Church Radio. Many friends have written, asking about our broadcasts, or wanting to know more about The Moody Church. These pages are sent to you with the prayer that our relationship with you will be strengthened, and that you will be free to contact us if we can be of help to you in some way. As we begin with a new administration in Washington … Read More >
A discussion with Dr. Erwin Lutzer and Eric Metaxas with Wayne Shepherd on the church's involvement in culture.
Dear Friend, When I entered the United States as a Canadian citizen back in 1970, I already had respect for the American flag—long before I became a US citizen. I can honestly say that despite the many faults of the United States—and there are many—I am unashamedly proud to be an America; I gladly say The Pledge of Allegiance and love “Old Glory.” The words in the Pledge, “the Flag of the United States of America,” were intended to make clear to immigrants that his was not the flag of their home country, but a flag intended … Read More >
We live in a time of inverted values, where light is called darkness and darkness is called light.
The city of God will remain even as the world around us crumbles.
The war is raging. Months ago on television, when I saw the body of a two-year-old boy washed up on a shore, the victim of a capsized boat filled with refugees fleeing the horrors of ISIS, I wanted compassion to win. This precious child represented tens of thousands of refugees who are dying of hunger, lack protection from the weather, and are just plain exhausted. With incredulity and sorrow, we watch the hordes of weary immigrants march across rugged terrain, and pray that they can find a new life. In response to the crisis, several European countries have welcomed these … Read More >