• The Battle Is The Lord’s

    As the armies of Israel trembled at Goliath’s roars in the valley of Elah, so we as God’s people may tremble at what lies before us in the year ahead. The enemies of Christ have been loud in the past year; Satan’s vicious agenda against Christ and His Church appears to be getting louder each year. […]

    TheEditor No responses March 11, 2018
  • No Fake News

    Fake news is the latest in sensational journalism, deliberately designed to mislead. The media may say they fact-check their news stories, but often put so much “spin” on them they are capable of turning black to white, or white to black. To gain instant advertising dollars, tech savvy manipulators have the ability through the internet […]

    TheEditor No responses November 7, 2017
  • Bible Answer Man Duped by Wrong Orthodoxy

    I was personally shocked and alarmed on the day after Palm Sunday when I heard Hank Hanegraaff pronounce on his radio program that he had been chrismated (prayed over for the anointing of the Spirit) into the Greek Orthodox Church. Better known by his programs on an array of radio stations in North America as […]

    TheEditor No responses August 8, 2017
  • The Call to Evangelize

    It is reported of General William Booth, when he was officiating at a graduation ceremony for Salvation Army evangelists, that he said, “If I had my way, I would have you suffer three hours in hell for it would have saved these three years of study.” Have we lost the burden to evangelize? Did we […]

    TheEditor No responses May 1, 2017
  • The Man Who Ignited the Protestant Reformation

    This year we celebrate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s stand for the gospel of Christ against the soul-destroying falsehoods of the Church of Rome. The name, Martin Luther, cuts through religious lines even today. Because he started more than a cultural movement and more than a political movement his stand for the gospel revealed […]

    TheEditor No responses February 5, 2017
  • Doctors Of Death

    As you read this issue of Current the clock is ticking for the introduction of new legislation in Canada and some states in the U.S. to legalize physician-assisted suicide. These new laws are to grant the right to die by medical intervention if patients are under physical or mental suffering that cannot be alleviated. It […]

    TheEditor No responses May 4, 2016
  • Consecration Is Not Optional

    The gospel of Christ radically changes lives, homes, and even nations for it demands death to the old life and enables believers in Christ to live in the power of a resurrection life unto God. In our last issue of Current we focused on spiritual awakenings in America when multitudes of ungodly sinners were converted […]

    TheEditor No responses January 27, 2016
  • Revival: Our Hope of Survival

    Dark days and tough times are nothing new to the church of Christ. For generations godly pastors have lamented the decline of the church. Empty seats, careless souls, disgruntled members, and a spirit of worldliness in areas of music, dress, and behavior have prompted them to cry, “Help, Lord, for the godly man ceaseth.” The […]

    TheEditor No responses October 28, 2015
  • Reaching Our Children For Christ

    It has been a great joy to receive photos of so many children from our churches and mission works. Each picture tells its own story. Behind each face is a precious soul with untold future potential. These photos show us the impact the ministry of our denomination is having upon children in various parts of […]

    TheEditor No responses July 28, 2015
  • Calvary: The Greatest of Days

    This issue of Current is about Calvary. Its very name calls us to remember the place where the plague of sin’s curse was met by the power of God’s cross. On that lonely hill, known in New Testament times as Golgotha, for it bore the shape of a skull, our Lord Jesus purposely offered up […]

    TheEditor No responses April 28, 2015
  • God’s Calling: The Hope for the Lord’s Church

    Notwithstanding his strict Jewish upbringing and the rigors required to reach the status of Pharisee, it was his dramatic conversion to Christ on the road to Damascus and God’s call to minister to the Gentiles that set Paul apart as an apostle, an evangelist, and a senior pastor over many New Testament churches. On his […]

    TheEditor No responses January 28, 2015
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