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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.”

Latest Episodes


(Part of the NoCo   series).
fastingIs there anything in the New Testament that requires Christians to fast? When should we fast? What does the Bible say? Pastor Mike addresses this issue on today's show.
 
by Mike Abendroth on May 30, 2016 (NoCo).
 
(Part of the Equipping Eve   series).
Equipping-Eve-051-300x154-300x154It’s easy for Christians to become complacent in matters of “familiar” theology, but we must never tire of considering Christ and His work. So let’s talk about the cross. What is it, and why is it so important to Christians?
 
by Erin Benziger on May 28, 2016 (Equipping Eve).
 
(Part of the NoCo   series).
NoCo-Logo-295x1581It is a potpourri show today on NoCo. Pastor Mike first goes over some of his philosophy of ministry and how he interacts with new church attenders and what they can expect if they come to Bethlehem Bible Church. Pastor Mike also discusses the difference between parental and judicial forgiveness, before talking about assurance of salvation. Jesus told the thief on the cross in Luke 23:43 "Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise." Do we all need to have Jesus sitting next to us telling us this so that we can have assurance? No! Unlike Roman Catholics (who teach that you can't really know if you're going to heaven or not) the Bible teaches that you can have complete assurance. Read 1 John 5:2-21 (specifically focus on v 13): "I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God that you may know that you have eternal life." Assurance is not "Jesus plus ..." it is Jesus alone. By grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone to the glory of God alone this is what we trust in and what comprises salvation, not anything we do that would "add" to the finished work of Christ on the cross. Read the book of Colossians if you are struggling with this truth.
 
by Mike Abendroth on May 27, 2016 (NoCo).
 

Latest Blog Posts

  • 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 […]
  • The Word’s Inexhaustible Ministry (4/28/2016) - The Word of God is inexhaustible in its ministry! Its ministry is continuous and abiding. It’s active, operative and at work. Paul said that the Word of God is at work in believers(1 Thessalonians 2:13). So let’s look at the Word’s inexhaustible ministries as outlined by the apostle Paul to young pastor Timothy. “But as for […]
  • The Perseverance of the Saints (4/9/2016) - The theological controversy that was stirring back when I was in seminary was the Lordship Salvation controversy. The issue was whether or not submission to Jesus as Lord is a post-conversion thing or part of the essence of saving faith. I recall vividly fellow students asking me what I thought of Zane Hodges book Absolutely Free. […]
  • Take the Last Step toward Jesus? (4/8/2016) - Talking with a friend recently, he said that Jesus will take 99 steps toward you, but you have to take the last step. Is that really true and Biblical? Is someone’s salvation dependent on that person taking that one final step? Is even God Himself somehow dependent upon man to take the final step before He […]