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CHRISTIAN ETHOS - Is it a 'real thing'?

Updated: Jun 14

"As The Church Goes, So Goes The Nation And The World"?

(And, if we fail to lead, how bad could it get,?)

There is a majority of 'churches' both in America and around the globe, who claim to represent Christ, The Gospel, The Bible and God, who call themselves 'Christian', but are apostate. (And, if I named a few, they wouldn't be concerned or humbled. They would be incensed instead of repentant.)

They are complicit with the world, big business, governments, the media and the educational systems in their attempt to erase God from our minds, our families, our society, our legal systems, our governments, our churches and even our memories.

Don't believe it?

Well, I am providing a video from Cornerstone Chapel, Leesburg, Virginia. Pastor Gary Hamrick, senior pastor, that will give a stark and frightening look at the condition and direction of America on the ground level, where we are headed and why. He also offers what our Bible-centered response must be.


I believe that there are thousands of Biblically sound, Bible centered, Gospel centered Churches teaching and honoring Jesus Christ as the answer for the ills and evils of this world. These Christ-teaching and Christ-honoring Churches are the last (and best) line of defense against the emerging counterfeit gospel and the coming man of rebellion, the antichrist, which spirit is already in the world.

Jesus calls for the Church (all Christians) as being “The light of the world. A city set on a hill (which) cannot be hidden. Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.” (Matthew 5:14-16).

We, the Church, are the bastion of The Light of the World – The Torch of Christ. It is time to hold that Torch high and lead the charge!

Your Brother and Friend,

Mike Young

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