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Who is Jesus?

  • Mon, Dec 21, 2015

Who do you say Jesus is?  It is the question, isn't it?

In his Christmas Day message for "The Garlow Perspective," Jim Garlow says,

Homelessness.  World hunger.  Terrorism.  The economy.  What's the biggest issue of our time?  Of this season of the year?

"Who do you say that I am?" Jesus asks.  Until you know the answer to that question, you're not equipped to focus on all the other questions of life.

Until you're ready to answer Jesus' question, how will you ever answer the life questions of who you are, why you're here, and ...

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How to Engage

  • Tue, Nov 24, 2015

We are entering into a season which is probably the most social time of the year.  And, quite possibly, a time when we're given the best opportunity to share about Christ over a holiday meal or while visiting with a neighbor.  I've personally found that it's a time when people are more open to sharing and listening than usual.  But, what's the best way to engage a friend or a co-worker in a meaningful conversation about Christ?

Pastor Jim Garlow would say, you engage with others by listening.  As Jim shared recently on "The Garlow Perspective ...

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Believing in Absolute Truth

  • Mon, Oct 26, 2015

Jim Garlow, speaker for "The Garlow Perspective," is a Pastor and strong advocate for religious liberty.  I thought that Jim's perspective was expressed well on this program that originally aired on October 16th--hear what he said:

The fact is . . . no nation can exist without a fundamental belief in absolute truth! It's absolutely imperative that we believe in absolute truth--biblical truth.

Judges 17:6 says: "Every man did that which was right in his own eyes." . . . referring to the behavioral and moral fiber of the people being addressed.

It's the same "non-belief" in absolute truth that ...

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