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No Compromise Radio is a ministry dedicated to the ongoing proclamation of Jesus Christ, even Him crucified (1 Cor 2:1), His exclusive and saving gospel, and His inerrant Word. Our theme verse is Galatians 2:5 where the apostle Paul said “But we did not yield in subjection to them for even an hour, so that the truth of the gospel would remain with you.”

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  • Regeneration Precedes Faith (8/23/2016) - “You must be born again.”(emphasis added) John 3:7 These words from the lips of the Savior still ring true today as when He first uttered them to Nicodemus. Like a clarion call, Jesus makes it unequivocally clear that one must be born again in order to enter the kingdom of heaven(John 3:5). This is not a suggestion. […]
  • The Sinfulness of Sin (7/13/2016) - Recently at a wedding someone was telling me how there is to too much negativity preached from the pulpit today and that what we need is more positive and uplifting messages. So would it be safe to assume she would not be a fan of this particular blog on the sinfulness of sin? One of […]
  • I Am The Greatest (6/6/2016) - With the recent death of Muhammad Ali, many of the morning shows on TV were paying tribute to him. Whether it was the Thrilla in Manila when he fought Joe Frazier, or the Rumble in the Jungle when he fought George Foreman, Muhammad Ali was known for his self-proclaimed “I am the greatest.” BUT… The only […]
  • Mother’s Day or The Lord’s Day (5/12/2016) - Mother’s Day, which we just celebrated this past Sunday May 8, is one of the most celebrated holidays. Hallmark and FTD look forward to this day annually with salivating anticipation. So while our regular calendars say Sunday was Mother’s Day, our church calendars say Sundays is the Lord’s day. So what’s a pastor to do? […]
  • Save the Planet…or Your Soul? (5/1/2016) - As a manager of a retail store, when I offer to put customers’ items in a plastic bag, they refuse the bag with the retort “Save the planet.” Now don’t get me wrong. In our home we recycle, but in our church you would not find us practicing church discipline on someone for failing to recycle […]