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We seek to communicate through media, and in “ways yet undreamed of,” the Gospel, the Lordship of Christ, and a biblically informed view of the world, so that “Jesus Christ be known throughout all of the Earth and that everywhere He might be trusted, loved, and served.” More about us »



Evolution and You America's Greatest Hero When the Towers Fall
Evolution and You
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America's Greatest Hero
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When the Towers Fall
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This is a speech delivered by Dr. Kennedy at the 2nd International Conference on Creationism, held July 30 to August 4, 1990, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In this full-length message, preached on the text of Proverbs 14:34, Dr. D. James Kennedy unveils America’s “greatest Hero,” the one who did more for America’s freedom than any other: God. This sermon was preached on September 16, 2001 and was Dr. D. James Kennedy’s first Sunday message after the infamous 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center Towers.
Traditional Motherhood is Oppressive America: A Christian Nation Lord, Teach Us To Pray
Lord, Teach Us To Pray
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Dr. D. James Kennedy, in this enlightening full-length sermon, refutes the myth that motherhood is oppressive and limiting to women. Contrary to the depreciated role that feminists assign to motherhood, Dr. Kennedy uses Scripture to give evidence of a greater purpose for it. In this full-length sermon Dr. D. James Kennedy presents evidence of America’s Christian origin. Then he challenges the viewer, in light of these foundations and the bedrock of Scripture, to be willing to sacrifice so that once again our nation might become a “city set upon a hill.” In this full-length sermon preached in 1996, Dr. D. James Kennedy shows how the first three petitions of the Lord’s prayer challenge us to do all to the glory of God … and to remember our brothers and sisters who are being persecuted for their faith in Jesus Christ.