Crosstalk Radio on VCY America interviewed Mike on how the Pope and the recent Synod of Bishops is attempting to change The Direction of the Roman Catholic Church. The first Jesuit Pope is aggressively pursuing the Jesuit Agenda to bring all separated brethren back home to Rome (unite the world under the Pope), a goal that's been in place since the Reformation 497 years ago. Shortly after that, the Vatican initiated a counter-reformation headed by Ignatius of Loyola who is responsible for starting the Jesuit order. They were commissioned by the Pope to do whatever it would take to end the Protestant Reformation.
Mike Gendron responds to Kirk Cameron comments on Catholic radio station. Next he discusses how Satan is attacking the Christian faith by targeting these biblical doctrines:
Supremacy of God’s Word
Severity of God’s Punishment
Sufficiency of God’s Son
Singularity of God’s Gospel
Sovereignty of God’s Grace
Security of God’s Children
Sanctity of God’s Church
Probably the 2nd most hated doctrine of the Bible is "repentance." What is the definition of repentance? What are some common misperceptions of repentance? Can anyone be converted to Christ without repentance? How is the Lordship of Christ connected to repentance? Why are pastors not telling their congregations about God’s call to repentance? According to the Bible, what kind of sorrow leads to repentance? What are some Scriptures that show that repentance in necessary for salvation? What would you tell someone who has never repented?
Mike Gendron discusses how our country is rapidly degenerating into a post-Christian, godless society. The church is no longer salt and light and is having little or no effect on our country. The church has invited the world into its sanctuary and now the church looks like the world. There is no longer a distinction, no longer is the church sanctified by the truth. Mike tells us wow should Christians respond to the crisis?
The Lord Jesus explained the importance of sowing seed in Mark 13:5-8 And as he sowed, some seeds fell along the path, and the birds came and devoured them. Other seeds fell on rocky ground, where they did not have much soil, and immediately they sprang up, since they had no depth of soil, but when the sun rose they were scorched. And since they had no root, they withered away. Other seeds fell among thorns, and the thorns grew up and choked them. Other seeds fell on good soil and produced grain, some a hundredfold, some sixty, some thirty. Who is responsible for sowing the seed? Why aren't more Christians faithful to the Great Commission? What are some motivations to evangelize that every Christian should consider?