Welcome to Leaving Laodicea

The Survival Manual for the Coming Underground Church
Bad Day at Black Rock *

Bad Day at Black Rock *

A report was just released from the Barna Research Group.  Among other things, the new data from Barna shows, based on the most recent stats from a random sampling of more than 1,200 adult respondents across the country, that one of every five households has decreased...

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Podcast 231:  The Mistake of John the Baptist

Podcast 231: The Mistake of John the Baptist

When John the Baptist saw the sky crack open and the Holy Spirit descend on Jesus like a dove all he could utter was, "Behold, the Lamb of God that takes away the sin of the world." And then John sent two of his disciples to follow Jesus. Did you ever wonder why John...

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Reasons to Stop Evangelizing My Friends… Not!

Reasons to Stop Evangelizing My Friends… Not!

By now you have probably guessed that I firmly believe we are currently living in the Laodicean age, the last and final age of church history.  Every day I am bombarded with more evidence of that fact. Today is no different. Think about it, the Laodiceen church age is...

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Rock Star Christianity

Rock Star Christianity

As a former Events Coordinator (that's concert promoter in the real world) for a Christian radio station for almosts ten years, I have seen both the good and bad side of Christian music.  Uh, let me elaborate if I may.  When I say the good side of Christian music I...

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Coming Close to the End of an Era: Billy Graham

Coming Close to the End of an Era: Billy Graham

On Monday I had the opportunity to visit the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, NC.  While there I noticed the following engraved on a plaque in one of the display rooms.  It reminded me of the words of Paul to a much younger Timothy. Paul's words went like this: The...

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Beware of Pride

Beware of Pride

In reading Psalm 11 today, I was struck by verse 4.  It says, "The wicked, in the haughtiness of his countenance, does not seek Him.  All his thoughts (or plots) are, 'There is no God.'" So what is this menacing thing called Pride?  How far reaching are its tentacles...

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Gaius, Demetrius and Diotrephes

Gaius, Demetrius and Diotrephes

The Everlasting Stain of Pride It is not good to eat much honey, nor is it glory to search one's own glory.  Proverbs 25:27 In other words, just as people get sick and nauseous and ready to hurl from eating too much honey, they also get sick, real sick, of listening...

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Clear the Stage

Clear the Stage

Leonard Ravenhill once said, "I think they should tax churches.  Most churches are amusement centers anyhow.  And you have to pay taxes on amusement." But maybe church doesn't have to be that way.  Watch and enjoy. Clear the stage and set the sound and lights ablaze...

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You want to go grab a grub?

You want to go grab a grub?

Remember the dream Pharaoh had about the seven cattle and the seven ears of grain?  It seems that in Pharaoh's dreams he saw seven cows, full, fat and healthy, and then seven other cows, gaunt and sickly-looking.  As he watched in his dream, the gaunt cows devoured...

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Daniel Nash: Prince of Prayer

Daniel Nash: Prince of Prayer

Daniel Nash pastored a small church in the backwoods of New York for six years, and traveled with and prayed for a traveling evangelist for seven more years until his death.  As far as we know, he never ministered outside the region of upstate New York during days...

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Something About Us

This is a collection of the many questions I have struggled with and the answers I have found regarding the relationship between authentic faith in Christ and much of what is portrayed today as Biblical Christianity.  Especially with the coming darkness looming over all of us, including the church.

Come with me.  It should be a wild ride!

To find out more about us and what we believe, just continue reading…

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“I know your works, that you are neither cold nor hot. I could wish you were cold or hot.  So then, because you are lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will vomit you out of My mouth. Because you say, ‘I am rich, have become wealthy, and have need of nothing’—and do not know that you are wretched, miserable, poor, blind, and naked.”

Revelation 3:15-17

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Come and join us as we discover the joy of Leaving Laodicea behind.