Category Archives: religion

People Pleasing, the Flesh and Resisting the Devil

By Pastor Pam Consider Jonah and his disobedience and sudden flight from God to a ship filled with men about to be shipwrecked because of Jonah’s folly. So to find out why they suddenly entered into a severe storm, the … Continue reading

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Is Psychology “Biblical?”

Consider the following quote from the late Dave Hunt, a prolific Christian writer, found  in his book entitled “”Psychology and the Church:” Christian psychology is an attempted marriage of the Bible to theories of the atheistic inventors of psychology (who … Continue reading

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Born Again? Or Are You Following Sananda? By Pam Sheppard

The Lord Jesus Christ of Nazareth asked an interesting question.  How many believers would He find on earth when He returns.. The rhetorical answer can be inferred to be  “not many.” Why?  Because of false conversions. A false conversion occurs in … Continue reading

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Fake News, Religion and the Church

In an article entitled “the Religious Origin of Fake News and Alternative Facts,” a finding is presented that suggests that Fundamentalists and Charismatic Christians are more susceptible to deception than others, indicating  that it’s because of yet another factor called “truthiness.” … Continue reading

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Recovery for the Religious Addict

“…From 90 days to 6 months, perhaps a year, the church or religious  addict’s mind must be re-trained. This is an important part of end-time preparation—the healing of the mind. False doctrines and practices that the churchgoer has believed in … Continue reading

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