Revolution in the Church

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Dr. Brown explains how before there can be radical change in the society, there must first be radical change in the Church – but some of this will be costly. Are we ready for change, even as leaders? 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: How about we quit pointing fingers and making accusations about how bad it is out there; and how about with the help of The Lord we go about bringing change here where we live!

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: We can preach about Jesus until we’re blue in the face, but when we live this out, when our words match up with our deeds the world will take heed!



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Other Resources:

Why Not Start a Revolution?

A Burning Heart for Revolution

The Separation of Church and State; and The Pressure on Young People Today

  1. ..Christians(b/c of antisemitism-constantine) have “redefined” and changed Gods Sabbath-the 7th day to Sunday the 1st day and ALL that pertains to it. It cannot be found anywhere in Scripture since the beginning of creation that God changed the day. Until we believers take our bibles from the shelf, wipe the dust off, and read what actually God has said and believe it…I believe God is going to allow the “redefining” of all that we hold dear to us….marriage.

  2. David, without a doubt, there is a lot of apathy and backsliding, but at the same time, many are waking up and being stirred. If we focus on what God is doing and who is responding, we will be encouraged; if we focus on what Satan is doing and what people are not doing, we will be discouraged. Yes, for sure, these are difficult times — but God is at work and will revive His people!

  3. @Dr. Brown,

    I really admire your spirit. I struggle to look at things that way. From my perspective, it is like looking at a glass that is 7% full, but instead of becoming miserable about the 93% that is empty, you marvel and say, but just look at how beautiful and lovely that 7% is.

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