• “Churches have always served as the moral compass—to confront, challenge, and contend for the truth. But through the years, we’ve drifted from being confrontational to being popular” ~Shane Idleman

  • One of my great concerns is for the pulpits of America. Many are exchanging truth for tolerance, boldness for balance, and conviction for cowardliness…they are not aflame with righteousness. We don’t want to offend; we might lose our audience. We are not to seek the applause of men but the applause of God ~Shane Idelman

  • God’s Word says to confront, confess and turn from our sins, whereas relativism encourages us to ignore, overlook and continue in them. Relativism says, “If it ‘feels’ good, do it.” That may be a great marketing slogan, but it’s dangerous. Truth is not relative. No other decision will impact our lives more than who, or what, we choose to follow. For this reason, lay aside feelings and opinions as you embrace absolute truth. Feelings and opinions change—truth does not. It’s a hill on which to die. ~Shane Idleman

  • One of my great concerns is for the pulpits of America: Many are exchanging truth for tolerance, boldness for balance and conviction for cowardice. Pastors who are called to defend the truth often run from it. We don’t want to offended lest we lose our audience. But truth is controversial—it convicts and challenges. We are not to seek the applause of men but the applause of God. The pulpit inevitably sets the tone of the religious climate of the nation. ~Shane Idleman