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    Replacing ugly lies with the beauty of the Truth–Doris’ Story

    Hidden and isolated from the world, Doris grew up in a polygamist family, often held hostage by fear, lies, and abuse. Learn how she discovered the true freedom only found in Jesus Christ! Find freedom from what’s holding you hostage. Find out more of what the Bible says about “how to identify a dangerous religious...

    Escaping the darkness–Kathy’s Story

    God’s Word tells us that our fight is not against things we can see, but rather against the unseen spiritual agents of darkness. Kathy describes her descent into the occult and God’s miraculous rescue from the grasp of evil. Find out more of what the Bible says about “how to identify a dangerous religious group.”...

    How To Identify A Dangerous Religious Group

    Many groups have masked their identity behind religion, offering a spiritual solution to attract those who are searching for answers in life. Author Mart De Haan shares wisdom from Scripture and insights from the experiences of someone who walked the descending staircase of a dangerous religious

    Do You Believe In Magic? Interacting With The Spirit World

    Interest in magic and a fascination with supernatural knowledge and power have become a part of today’s culture. This fascination raises questions in the minds of many. Find out what the Bible has to say about magic, as author Dennis Fisher offers a biblical response to some of the questions you may have regarding popular views of magic, the dangers of experimenting with magic, and the difference between real and make-believe magic.

    Dangerous Faith: A Journey Through Deception

    Robert Newhouse heard about God growing up in church but didn’t know how to touch Him. So Robert gathered his backpack and set off on a quest to find the meaning of life, asking everyone he met the same question, “Do you believe in God?” Hear Robert’s story and find out what he discovered in his quest for God.

    What’s The Appeal Of The New Age Movement?

    New Age thinking has become more visible today in art, music, business, education, and government; however, this increasing interest in “spirituality” is creating a move away from Christ. In this booklet, co-authors Dan Vander Lugt and Kurt De Haan examine the teachings and tactics of the New Age movement. Find out how it differs from biblical Christianity and how you can avoid its path of delusion.

    Desperate For Answers

    A popular afternoon television program a few years ago was hosted by a self-proclaimed medium. He supposedly received messages from spirits of the dead to give to their family members in his studio audience. His readings prompted many people to believe in this occultic practice.

    We live in a culture where people are desperate to know their future, and they’ll turn to psychics and mediums for answers—a practice expressly forbidden in the Scriptures.

    Find Freedom From Carrying The Load Yourself

    “You shall not make for yourself a carved image — any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; you shall not bow down to them nor serve them. For I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children to the third and fourth generations of those who hate Me, but showing mercy to thousands, to those who love Me and keep My commandments” (Exodus 20:4-5).

    A Biblical Warning Against Idolatry Put Into Context For Us Today

    When I learned the Ten Commandments, I felt that there was one that definitely did not apply to me—the second commandment. I had never made a graven image (whatever that was).
    Do you think the people we’ve been reading about in Hebrews 11 would have reacted to the second commandment the way I did?

    Follow The Right Leader

    Follow me!” That was the invitation given by Marshall Applewhite, self-appointed leader of the Heaven’s Gate cult. He promised to those who would become his disciples that he would teach them how they could move on to a higher level of life in a new world. Sincere but gullible men and women heeded his call. They left families, friends, homes, and jobs to live and work together and to obey their leader’s teachings.

    Those 38 disciples followed him even when he told them to commit suicide. He said they would be liberated from terrestrial bondage and enter into an exalted state of being. In March 1997 they followed their leader to death and eternal loss.