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The Demographics of Irrelevance

December 30th, 2009 | by Bojidar Marinov

Not long ago my family and I attended a wedding. It was a wonderful Christian wedding, the bride is a daughter of a family in our church, the bridegroom is a committed Christian, young missionary in Eastern Europe. Both were homeschooled, both love the Lord, and the wedding ceremony was planned by them to be both a worship service to God and a witness to the unbelievers among those present. It was a delight to attend

If You Preach It, They Will Fall

December 16th, 2009 | by Bojidar Marinov

Exactly 20 years ago, on December 15, 1989, a small crowd of parishioners of the Hungarian Reformed Church in Timişoara gathered in front of the church flat where their pastor lived. The occasion was the eviction orders to their pastor set for that day by a Romanian civil court. The group formed a human chain around the flat. When the police arrived to remove the pastor from the flat, the crowd had grown to several hundred strong; they were singing hymns in the brutally cold weather and from their words the police guards understood that the people were determined to stay and prevent the eviction of their pastor

The Pulpit and Politics

September 23rd, 2008 | by Gary DeMar

While driving to Charlotte, North Carolina, yesterday, I heard John MacArthur encourage Christians to vote. It wasn’t that long ago [&hellip

Pastoring Your Pastor: Helping Him Make Sense of the Homeschooling Movement

July 23rd, 2008 | by Dr. Richard A. Jones

Pastors, just like the rest of society, hold various views on homeschooling. Even so, I assume most visitors to the American Vision website would not be willing to submit to shepherds who only view homeschooling as a passing phenomenon or who might suggest that homeschoolers are somehow substandard

Veteran’s Day

November 14th, 2007 | by Dr. Richard A. Jones

In honor of U.S. veterans, and in honor of all Christian soldiers

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