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The Link: Are We Drifting Backward, Methodist Church Ban on LGBT Clergy, Street Preacher Arrest & More

By March 4, 2019April 22nd, 2022The Link2 min read

“Are We Drifting Backward”
“If you have repeatedly asked God to ‘fix’ something still broken, it’s time to ask why. Ask the Spirit to bring you to the place where you can see the cause.”

CGN GoodLion Podcast NetworkGoodLion
“Introducing the CGN GoodLion Podcast Network! GoodLion is a new ministry of Calvary Global Network and is partnering to bring you Christ-centered podcasts. Visit to enjoy all available content!”

“United Methodist Church Strengthens Ban on Same-Sex Marriage, LGBT Clergy”– Reuters
“The United Methodist Church voted on Tuesday to uphold and strengthen its ban on same-sex marriage and LGBT clergy in a move likely to alienate large numbers of followers who had pushed for reform.”

“‘I was Never Given an Opportunity to Spread the Gospel’, Street Preacher Speaks Out After Arrest”Premier.
“A street preacher arrested in north London at the weekend says he was denied an ‘opportunity to spread the Gospel.'”

“Capitalism vs. Socialism”PragerU
“Decades after capitalism seemed to have triumphed over socialism, politicians are once again arguing about the merits and drawbacks of these opposing economic systems. Why are we still having this debate? Andy Puzder, former CEO of the parent company of Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr., explains the misconceptions that keep the debate alive.”

“Episode 36 – The Preacher as Historian, Linguist and Mystic”Expositors Collective
“Mike talks with Dr. Andrew Stopyra about the role of academic study as well as historical and grammatical specificity. They speak about common mistakes that preachers make concerning Greek and Hebrew words and how proper study and waiting upon the Lord can come together and result in transformative and accurate soul stirring sermons.”

“Tim Keller: Evangelism Is Harder Now Than It Was a Generation Ago”Relevant Magazine
“Redeemer Presbyterian Church founder and author Tim Keller recently penned a column for The Gospel Coalition, explaining why evangelism is getting harder.”

“The Jesus Movement and Calvary Chapel”Enduring Word
“The story of the Jesus Movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s (Tony Alamo, Arthur Blessitt, Linda Meissner, Ted Wise). The story of God’s remarkable work through Calvary Chapel and Chuck Smith (John Higgins, Lonnie Frisbee, House of Miracles, Love Song, impact of Calvary Chapel).”

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