Join Dr. Brown on the Line of Fire today for a look at the gospel: is it a different message than the mainstream message today? What does the great commission mean for us today?
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: I absolutely agree with Tozer: if we preach the old cross, we will see the old power, the biblical power: transformed lives, people set free from sin, people turning from the power of Satan to the service of God! That’s the gospel: Jesus saves us from our sins, so we can live a new life in God.
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jesus died for a dying world; He left us here to do His work. It is our sacred privilege to go into our neighborhoods and to go into the ends of the earth to make Him known. We have no higher calling, no better thing to do, than to glorify Jesus through the winning of souls and the making of disciples.
Dr. Brown Interviews Mark Mittelberg on Evangelism and Apologetics; and Repent: The First Word of the Gospel
_The End of The American Gospel Enterpriseby Dr. Brown: This book is for: Everyone hungry for more of God… Everyone jealous for the true glory of God… Everyone who knows that something great is missing from the American Church.
The Gospel of Martyrdom vs. the Gospel of Success VOR Article by Dr. Brown
Stephen stood before the Sanhedrin. The appointed Jewish leadership confronted this anointed Jewish believer. They glared; he glowed. They were enraged; he was enraptured. Their faces were contorted with anger; his was like the countenance of an angel. “Men and brothers,” he said […]
As an atheist, I truly believe Africa needs God VOR Article by Marcus French
An atheist reluctantly admits that Jesus is the answer in Africa in this December 27th Times Online article:
Before Christmas I returned, after 45 years, to the country that as a boy I knew as Nyasaland. Today it’s Malawi, and The Times Christmas Appeal includes a small British charity working there […]
Press Release on New Book Confronting Charismatic Church posted on VOR by Marcus French
Financial scandal. Faulty theology. Moral failure. The last few years have shown that the Church and her leaders are not immune to scandal and corruption. The real problem, however, is that no one is holding them accountable. Until now.
Charismatic insider and contributing editor to Charisma magazine, J. Lee Grady has been a voice crying out against the abuse of the gifts of the Spirit in his weekly, award-winning column “Fire in My Bones.” Though an avid proponent of the charismatic experience, he has observed trends that both distress and anger him. And now he is overturning the money tables. […]