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You Know You Need A Revival When... Part 2

by: Kevin Swartzendruber

It's pretty difficult to watch the news or read through my social media feeds without finding controversy. Political correctness has become the dividing point between those who fee they have the right to speak freely, and those who are giving way to censorship. The most difficult part is the church is embroiled in the battle, not against the world, but against itself. The church needs to wake up to our country's need for revival.

You Know You Need A Revival When... Part 1

by: Kevin Swartzendruber

After relocating across the country, my family and I have tried many churches. It's been disheartening to witness the "seeker sensitive" nature of the church in America. Here are a few things I've actually witnessed and wept over as we've tried church after church.

The God of the Now

by: Kevin Swartzendruber

Don't live by past knowledge, but in the present with the person of Jesus Christ.

Should Christians Drink?

by: Kevin Swartzendruber

Jesus drank alcohol. John the Baptist did not. A quick weigh in on a timeless debate.

Real Friendship

by: Kevin Swartzendruber

Friendship, as believers, is not something we should look for with just those who we have things in common with. Instead we should pattern our friendships after "the friend of sinners."

The Message

by: Kevin Swartzendruber

I have become increasingly convinced, through my own experience in life that although words have their place, obedience to Christ is the real key to the transformation of our society. It's not just about what you speak, but how you live that can make the biggest impact on a lost world.

False Gifts and Manifestations

by: Kevin Swartzendruber

A Biblical perspective on discerning the difference between true and false gifts and manifestations.

Knowing the Will of God

by: Kevin Swartzendruber

A Biblical perspective on the will of God.

Religion’s Most Insidious Sin

by: Kevin Swartzendruber

A look past the obvious sins in your life to one you may not have identified.

Servant or Friend?

by: Kevin Swartzendruber

Are you living as a servant of God or one of His friends?

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