For him, the connection is personal—and more menacing than those his parents faced in Europe.
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Dr. Michael Brown and Bishop Dr. Joseph Mattera have united with others to help increase accountability.
One of the most significant examples, he says, is a church he'd never heard of.
"We knew this wasn't about science or medicine. It was about power and politics," he says.
And the Biden administration is hastening its progress.
But he says amidst what seems like a dire situation, the doors for the gospel have opened wider than ever.
"It was inevitable. It was right. And it would be successful."
"The shekinah glory would be even stronger and would do more than the Azusa Revival had done. It would be ever-stretching or farther-reaching."
The internet plays a key role in this, he says.
But this Washington insider says we must fight back against the cancel culture.
"If we cancel culture, we're taking away a society that's grounded in and founded upon Christian principles," Ken Fish says.
Here are some practical ways to live out the biblical mandate.
"God has His men and women in place, and all is not lost."
"We tend to feel, 'Well, Iranians are our enemies,'" Clive Calver says. "But in reality, Iranian believers should always be our friends."
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, the ministry continues its broad evangelistic efforts.
It's the one theme he says we can never stop singing about.
It began with a story of the greatest missionary offering a church had ever received.
Mike Lindell Says the Cancel Culture Is Stealing Our First Amendment Rights, but We Must Not Live in Fear
And the MyPillow CEO is fighting back. His new social media platform, "Frank," launches soon.
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Founders Willard Mason and Jim Kirby first brought Oral Roberts' ministry to 85% of American households via television.
The evil one enters, cultural commentator Charles Crismier says, by way of a vacuum created by cancel culture.