Category Archives: Prayer

Why Vote?

A USA Today article, quoted Ralph Reed, saying that evangelical Christians made up 27% of the electorate in 2012. However, 17 million of them stayed home, allowing President Obama to win by some 5 million votes. As we approach the … Continue reading

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New Year/ New Hope

At the beginning of 2015 we wondered if we might be seeing the dawning of the “Third Great Awakening.” The previous year had brought some exciting spiritual news. 2014 had been called the “Year of the Bible at the box … Continue reading

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Look Up: Your Redemption Draws Near!

 “And there will be signs in the sun, in the moon, and in the stars; and on the earth distress of nations, with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring; 26 men’s hearts failing them from fear and the expectation of … Continue reading

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Our New Book – Red Skies

We have just published our latest book, Red Skies: Bible Prophecy and World Events. It is a new kind of book—the outgrowth of our yearly summary of recent prophetic developments. It combines basic teaching about Bible prophecy with some of … Continue reading

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Obama’s Morality

I hate to say anything negative about the President of the United States. I respect the office, and have always tried to give any president the benefit of the doubt when I disagreed with him. After all, he must know … Continue reading

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Signs of Revival

My wife Barbara and I watched the Dove Awards for Christian music last night. We enjoyed it more than ever, and toward the end of the event, it occurred to us that the whole evening was more like a beautiful … Continue reading

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My Thanksgiving Notebook

I found a treasure last week! It was one that I had buried ten years ago by accident.  It was a project that I had started twenty years ago. I called it my “Thanksgiving Notebook.” Having discovered over the years … Continue reading

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The Darker the Night, the Brighter the Light

Looking out the window from my workspace at home I see an incredibly beautiful mountain view. It’s a bright and glorious day! But when I turn on the television, everything becomes dark and gloomy. Terrorism at the Boston Marathon, Ricin-laced … Continue reading

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Bible Prophecy: Who Can You Trust?

  Why we wrote “Connecting the Dots: A Handbook of Bible Prophecy” There are so many ideas floating around about prophecy in these fascinating times. How does one know what is true and what is just speculation? Fourteen years ago … Continue reading

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You Should Have Been There!

We participated in an outstanding conference last week-end.  Jay Smith was our speaker.  He is a missionary in London who devotes all his time to study, writing, and lecturing on the differences between Christianity and Islam.  He has had an … Continue reading

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