A Christian Musician Fired By a Christian Friend for His Moral Stand and Christian Families Fight Back in Philly

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Dr. Brown interviews Christian rock musician Mike Reynolds, fired from his Christian band for taking a moral stand concerning homosexuality, and then interview a Christian family leader in Philadelphia who is taking a stand against immorality and the breakdown of the family. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.


Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jesus never said following Him was a matter of convenience. Jesus said that we don’t follow Him when its popular; we take up the cross, we follow Him, we do what is right because He is God, and because it’s right!

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: It is time for the people of God to be characterized by having hearts that are broken but backbones of steel! Let us love and let us stand strong!



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  1. 80% of divorces are done by the female. Is that true?
    If it is, is is true at the same percentage among the believers?

    How could I ever trust someone to do a covenant of marriage if the mathematical percentage is that I will be divorced even against my own will?

  2. This is an issue whose time has come. I listen to what is called Christian Music from time to time. The lyrics are so vague, the CIA’s best analysts wouldn’t be able to find the Christian references therein. You have “Christian artists” like Flyleaf going on tour with Drowning Pool whose best known song ‘Bodies’ is about violence to the point it was used to torture Gitmo prisoners and psyche up the troops when they laid waste to Fallujah. It is no wonder they would bow down to the gay marriage crowd.

  3. Worship is important. What we worship we open our heart to. Whatever we have opened our heart to can come out during worship. Haven’t I heard that what we worship we become? I think so.

    It’s important for Christian musicians to hold the line against the darkness of this world.

    Songs have been sung, O so many times,
    Songs of this or that, I’ve heard so many rhymes.
    I’ve heard it said, “Why does everything have to make sense?”. “Let’s just sing for fun. Who cares what consequence?” “Jumble this or that, what matters the meaning thereof?” “Let the people figure it out, from beneath or from above?”
    Not sure just what we say, or what we do confess,
    partly this and partly that, peculiar way we dress. As if we were not pilgrims, or pilgrims not in deed, as if we were not rightous, though righteousness we seek.

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