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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 »



The Bible and Economics Creationism:  Science or Religion
The Bible and Economics
Donation: $15.00
As Dr. D. James Kennedy notes in this full-length sermon, the Bible is not a textbook on economics, yet it has a great deal to say about how we can thrive economically. What the Bible says about work and private property are foundational to any true understanding of economics. This short book contains eight key messages on the subject of giving, from a man who practiced it in his own life and taught it consistently from his pulpit, Dr. D. James Kennedy. Each message gives hope and promise and shows the way to achieve true Freedom From Financial Fear. In this full-length sermon, preached in 1986, Dr. Kennedy says Christians need to become more informed about the debate between evolutionists and creationists. Evolution is based upon faith and violates so many laws of science it is mathematically impossible. Scientific creationism gives evidence for creation from many branches of science.
The Threat of Radical Islam Purity in an Impure World
God And Money
Donation: $50.00
This set of seven full-length messages by Dr. D. James Kennedy lays out the threats presented by radical Muslims and explains the danger everyone who gets in their way facesespecially Christians. The Bible teaches us how to acquire money, what to do with it once we have it, and how to avoid falling into sin because of it. In the five full-length sermons included in this 5-DVD set, Dr. Dr. James Kennedy covers these topics, and more, with biblical wisdom and depth. We live in an immoral world, but like the white lily blossoming on a dung heap, God calls us to be holy in the midst of an unholy world—to be pure in the midst of an impure world.