Articles, Pamphlets & Sermons
APOLOGETICS and the STATE
June 6, 2007

A popularly held belief amongst Christians in America is that the early church had nothing to do with politics. Nothing could be further from the truth. Even a brief perusal of the writings of early churchmen known as apologists, reveals that almost all of their writings were directed towards the State. They were written to […]

By Pastor Matt Trewhella Church history is important to a Christian’s mind. I’m amazed however at how many know very little of it. Case in point: George Whitefield. George Whitefield was a central figure in the Great Awakening our nation experienced back in the 18th century. He preached in the open field throughout the colonies. […]

The Anguish Of A Young Man In A Depraved America
February 27, 2007

“The tender mercies of the wicked are cruel.” Proverbs 12:10 27 year-old Joel Robison was arraigned on Monday, February 26th, for the charge of attempted murder. Seems he made the mistake after checking himself into a hospital for severe depression of telling his doctor that a week earlier he had driven to the abortion clinic […]

The Government as Extortionist!
November 24, 2000

When a group of men from the Bambino crime family show up at a business and demand that the business “comply” with their wishes or they will be “harmed”, that is called extortion. Why then is it not called extortion when the government shows up and does the same thing to a business? Right now, […]

Why We Did the Billboard Campaign
September 25, 2000

In the Spring of 2000, Mercy Seat Christian Church sponsored a Billboard Campaign focused on the 2nd Amendment of our Constitution: THE RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS. We believe that God’s Word, the Bible, speaks to all matters of life. Therefore, we have a holy duty before God to declare the whole counsel of […]

Deborah Horton Inman This article by Deborah Horton Inman, whose parents are Nazi holocaust survivors, is an excellent reminder that governments are not to be trusted. Her father relates to her the shocking story of the willing submission of German citizens to Nazi laws. These laws were incrementally placed upon the people of Germany. Will […]

Darrell Scott On Thursday, May 27, 1999, Darrell Scott, whose daughter Rachel was killed during the Columbine High School shootings in Littleton, Colorado, was invited to address the House Judiciary Committee’s Sub-committee. What he said to our national leaders during this special session of Congress was painfully truthful. It needs to be heard by every […]