700 Club and CBN News Interviews

It was a true honor and blessing to have had the chance to recently appear and share a bit about my book Mideast Beast on the 700 Club as well as CBN News.

The Jim Bakker Show

I recently had the opportunity to visit with Jim and Lori Bakker, and their whole family and community in southern Missouri. I truly fell in love with everyone there. Jim and Lori are both tremendously gracious, genuine, humble, down-to-earth folks, with real pastoral hearts. I look forward to visiting with them again in the weeks,Continue Reading

Marietta, Georgia March 20-22

March 20-22, 2015 Restoration Life Church 2692 Sandy Plains Road Marietta, GA 30066-0136

What Comes Next in the Middle East?

While recently visiting northern Iraq, just miles from the Iranian border, I sat down to discuss what I call the “Consistent Futurist” interpretation of Daniel 8. If this interpretation is correct, then it may very well hold the key to what comes next in the Middle East.

Strengthening the Underground Church in the Middle East

When working with the underground Church, there are obviously many things that simply cannot be said publicly online. So I am extremely limited in sharing the full details of my next ministry trip. Later this summer, I will be spending several days training, teaching, and equipping a team of underground church leaders who are laboringContinue Reading

Better Friends Than Mountains

A documentary about ISIS, the Kurdish people, and the Gospel is now available to stream or download for free. Go to Frontiers Alliance International to learn more and to watch the film.

Brother of two Christian victims of ISIS calls in to SAT-7 live

Responding to the beheading of 21 Christians in Libya

On February 15, 2015, the Islamic State in Libya released another gruesome video of 21 Coptic Christians being beheaded on the beach in Libya. A screen shot below captures the scene moments before the men were beheaded by the Muslim mujahideen. Having watched portions of the video, my emotions are profoundly stirred. I rarely weep.Continue Reading