Author Archives: Stan Guthrie
Trump supporters such as Mike Gallagher like to contrast Hillary’s proven mendacity, leftist ideology, and incompetence with Donald’s “bombast”–as if “bombast” is the only reason detractors like me don’t like Trump. To tell you the truth, bombast is the least … Continue reading
No trial is so difficult that it can diminish by one iota your ability to walk with God and do His will for that day.
If you like my books but don’t want Amazon to get a cut, you can order them (including the out-of-print All That Jesus Asks) directly from me, using PayPal. The PayPal email address is email@example.com. Or you can get them … Continue reading
Brazil also has a strong and vibrant missions movement. My first book, Missions in the Third Millennium, was translated into Portuguese a number of years ago. Here’s my copy, still in its shrink wrap.
Was I dreaming, or did Donald Trump just apologize? Never thought I’d see the day. A cynic would say his sinking poll numbers gave him no choice but to start acting decently. Did the Holy Spirit convict him, or was … Continue reading
Here’s my Moody Radio Florida interview about “A Rough Road Ahead for Religious Liberty, World Missions,” my latest column for BreakPoint.
The Obama administration’s “guidance” on transgender bathroom policy in schools continues to be felt … even in Wheaton. Yesterday was the first day of school for my son Evan, who is a sophomore at Wheaton Warrenville South High School. In … Continue reading
Donald Trump, who has boasted incessantly that he will hire only “the best people” as president and will start acting “presidential” when the time comes, is now on his third campaign manager (perhaps the third time really is the charm?) … Continue reading
By Eric Metaxas The greater the persecution, the greater the revival. It’s a phrase Chinese Christians are using these days, and with good reason.
By John Stonestreet In once-secular Turkey, Christians have become targets of Muslim persecution. Here’s what you need to know.