Who Is Fighting for the Next Generation

Who Is Fighting for the Next Generation

by Mike Riddle Two statistics that should concern every pastor is that less than 5% of Christian youth have a biblical worldview and over 60% are leaving the church. Contributing to this problem is that we are allowing Hollywood to define what love, sex, marriage, and...
A Devastating Report on Christian Education

A Devastating Report on Christian Education

In 2011, the President of Barna Group, David Kinnaman, wrote a book entitled, You Lost Me: Why Young Christians Are Leaving the Church… And Rethinking the Faith. The following are two excerpts from the book. Excerpt 1 Comment from a prominent scientist: “Every week, I...
Challenge from a Theistic Evolutionist

Challenge from a Theistic Evolutionist

July 7, 2019 Hi, in your interpretation of the word “day” in Genesis you have it meaning the same thing [a literal day] as in Genesis 1:14 where the word “DAY” is defined by light and darkness. Pointing out some alleged problems with the word “day” meaning a literal...
Gap Theory- True or Another False Teaching?

Gap Theory- True or Another False Teaching?

Colossians 2:8 By Mike Riddle The first chapter of Genesis provides us with a clear account of God’s creation and what was created on each of the six days. However, not all Christians agree on some of the details. For example, many start with the assumption that...
Fixing Something That Is Not Working

Fixing Something That Is Not Working

by Mike Riddle Why Creation Training Initiative? Three Scriptures are at the heart of what Creation Training Initiative (CTI) does. All three are about evangelism and discipleship. And the things that you have heard from me among many witnesses, commit these to...
Just Preach Jesus

Just Preach Jesus

I sometimes hear people in church-state we need to focus our teaching on Jesus. “Just preach about Jesus, that is all that matters.” This is often said to avoid teaching about the subject of God’s creation. After all, I am told, “creation is just a side issue.” But do...