Yearly Archives: 2021

Family Friendly Entertainment: A World of Options

Family Friendly Entertainment: A World of Options

In 2020, during the COVID economy, Americans spent more than $30 billion on digital amusements, a 21 percent increase from 2019, according to Statista.com. An underreported phenomenon is the rise of an entertainment genre outside Hollywood that appeals to Americans tired of the violence, sex and foul language found in most Hollywood products. Some pro-faith, pro-family viewers are dropping Netflix…

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Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking

With America’s southern border virtually open, traffickers are operating virtually unopposed, shipping women, girls and boys from Central and South America for exploitation in the United States.  With its large share of international traffic and multiple linguistic groups, Florida is considered a hot spot for sexual trafficking. Pastors need to warn their flocks about what to look for:  People who…

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Why Pastors?

Why Pastors?

Beginning with Enoch, God has appointed men to stand strong and proclaim truth in a sinful world. Pastors are not called just to be “church builders,” acting as CEOs who compete with the church down the block. We are called to proclaim the truth of Salvation in Jesus Christ alone to a lost world and to “equip the saints for…

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Sanctity of Life

Sanctity of Life

Sanctity of Life Life is the very first human right granted by God. Therefore, it is of profound importance and outranks all other considerations. Without life, nothing else matters. God made it very clear in His Word what He thinks of human life and where it begins. I call heaven and earth as witnesses today against you, that I have…

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Irreconcilable

Irreconcilable

Part 1/2 (see part two of this two-part series) Transcribed and edited from a recorded sermon by Dan Fisher on December 6, 2020. Well, good morning church. Today’s message is one that’s part one of two. And it’s one that we need to strongly consider because we may be coming to a day where Christianity is no longer free in…

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Irrevocable

Irrevocable

Part 2/2 (see part one of this two-part series) Transcribed and edited from a recorded sermon by Dan Fisher on December 13, 2020. For those who are here for the first time, today’s sermon is going to be a little different than what you are used to. I will be teaching the second part of a two-part series. I hope…

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Black Lives Matter: What It’s All About

Black Lives Matter: What It’s All About

A number of school districts around the nation have adopted a curriculum designed by Black Lives Matter. Parents have a right to know the truth about the group that has garnered so much governmental and corporate support. So, here’s a brief history. Created in 2013 following the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the death of Trayvon Martin, Black Lives Matter’s…

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