Recent Sermons in Revelation 5: I recently preached through Revelation 5 in two weeks. It is truly a wonderful passage about the Lamb worthy to bring to pass God’s redemptive plan and the worship he rightfully deserves.
Just over a week ago at a celebration of his 60th birthday, Pastor Gordon A. Humphrey Jr. of United Ministries bellowed melodiously from the pulpit that "the Lord is good to me…You healed my body, You brought me back from death" as a choir harmoniously affirmed his lilting declarations.
People anticipated something special every time Myles Munroe spoke. Whether it was a beautifully crafted sermon in front of thousands or the quiet advice he offered heads of state and corporate leaders, Munroe, a globally admired evangelist with ties to the Washington area, was known to offer a unique, simple wisdom. Read full article >>
The acolyte of a notoriously anti-LGBT pastor preached a sermon Sunday calling for “queers” and “dirty fggots” to be put to death. Pastor Donnie Romero, founder of Stedfast Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas, carried on the violent message of his mentor, Pastor Steven L. Anderson – who recently...
An unorthodox decision by a Baltimore, Maryland Pastor to invoke a popular hip-hop dance during a recent sermon on righteousness by instructing his congregation to "Nae Nae the hell out" has made his message viral and sparked a debate about whether he went too far to make his point.
Harvest Ministries Pastor Greg Laurie explained in a Sunday sermon entitled the "The Nonbeliever's Favorite Verse", that Matthew 7:1 exhortation to "judge not" does not mean that Christians should not try to judge the actions and intentions of others, rather, Christians must exercise judgment because there will be many false teachers as the End Times draw near.
An Arizona news anchor confronted Pastor Steven Anderson over his horrific views on the LGBT community. Anderson, who spreads his beliefs by yelling during his sermons, was called a “hatemonger” by KPNX anchor Mark Curtis. So why isShow More Summary
In a sermon delivered last weekend, former Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson commented on team owner Joe Lacob's inference that nobody in the organization liked him. Jackson, an ordained minister who was speaking at the True Love...Show More Summary
Jackson called out Warriors owner Joe Lacob for saying many people in the Warriors organization didn't like him. Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob recently explained the reasons for firing Mark Jackson after last season, and theShow More Summary
In an exclusive live interview Friday night, KPNX anchor Mark Curtis spent six minutes questioning a Tempe pastor who says he hates homosexuals and believes they should be killed. “When I heard your sermon, it sounded like the rantings...Show More Summary
I wasn't shocked to see a video that went viral in recent days in which Steven L. Anderson, an Arizona pastor, had given a sermon on November 30, quoting Leviticus and calling for executing gays as a solution to the AIDS epidemic. That's...Show More Summary
A Baptist pastor in Tempe, Arizona, called for the mass extermination of LGBT people on Sunday in a sermon. Faithful Word Baptist Church Pastor Steven Anderson said, "Turn to Leviticus 20:13, because I actually discovered the cure for AIDS. Show More Summary
A Tempe, AZ pastor gave a sermon called “AIDS: The Judgement of God” where he advocated exterminating gays. In the sermon, which was uploaded to YouTube on Monday from Faithful Word Baptist Church, Pastor Steven Anderson said that God has ordered in the scriptures that gays should be killed, and that if humanity wants to [...]
Arizona pastor Steven Anderson, whom some Towleroad readers will remember because he wished for death by brain cancer for President Obama, gays, and Michelangelo Signorile, told his followers in a World AIDS Day sermon that he knows a way that...
A Baptist pastor in Tempe, Arizona called for the mass extermination of LGBT people on Sunday in a sermon entitled “AIDS: The Judgement of God.” In the sermon, which was uploaded to YouTube on Monday from Faithful Word Baptist Church, Pastor Steven Anderson said that God has ordered in...
This post is adapted from a sermon delivered by the author on November 30, 2014. Much these days seems to be whirling, spinning, loosening and unhinging. Perhaps, just perhaps, that unhinging that coming apart is not all bad. For me,...Show More Summary
In a fiery sermon last week, Nation of Islam head Louis Farrakhan addressed the Ferguson verdict and reaction. In his remarks, he suggested retaliation as means for a just end. “We gonna die anyway,” Farrakhan said. “Let’s die for something. Show More Summary
On Sunday at the Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis, the church where Michael Brown's funeral service was held, Reverend Al Sharpton gave a defiant sermon saying they lost the first round but the fight is not over because the resignation Officer Darren Wilson is not enough justice for the Brown family. Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch hit us with the video for “Horror” featuring Tyler Woods. The Trinity: 2nd Sermon is out now on iTunes and The Trinity: 3rd Sermon is available for free here. Previously: The LOX on Battle Rap (Vid...
In the mid-1970s, Dr. George Sweeting, now former president and chancellor of Moody Bible Institute, said in a sermon something that has stuck with me through the years. Dr. Sweeting contended, "An unthankful nation is an unthinking nation, and its people are in mortal danger."