Jonathan Falwell Quotes
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Jonathan Pate Falwell is the Senior Pastor of Thomas Road Baptist Church (TRBC) in Lynchburg, Virginia. He is the son and successor of the late Reverend Jerry Falwell, and the brother of Liberty University Chancellor Jerry Falwell, Jr. He has served at TRBC under the leadership of his father and Founding Pastor, Dr. Jerry Falwell, since 1995.
Rev. Jonathan Falwell serves as the Executive Vice President of Spiritual Affairs at Liberty University. He also oversees the School of Religion and Liberty Theological Seminary programs.
Rev. Falwell is the host of a weekly nationwide television show called Main Street Today. He interviews leaders from all sectors of society about their faith and how they use their faith to make a difference in our society. Rev. Falwell has also appeared as a guest on numerous television and radio programs nationwide including Oprah (syndicated), CNN and the Fox News Network.
| Since we have become culturally dispassionate regarding abortion--and the reality that living humans are killed largely for the sake of convenience--it is small wonder that contemporary Big Brother would also target the elderly.|
| If you know people in your church or your neighborhood that are facing adversity, I encourage you to offer a hand of friendship to them. That is what Jesus would do.|
Topics: Adversity, Friendship
| Nowhere in Scripture do I read where we are to discuss hospice care with seniors so they're willing to get out of the way and let younger folks live more expediently.|
| When one considers our nation's educational foundations -- Harvard, Yale, Princeton and most of our respected institutions were originally Christian -- it becomes evident why we, as Christians, maintain a passion about remaining true to the foundations of Scripture.|
Topics: America, Education
| Our President has given symbolic support to the National Day of Prayer but I believe that our nation needs an impassioned call to our collective knees.|
Topics: America, Prayer
| It is time that conservative people of faith jointly commit to praying for our nation (daily, fervently!) and also rise up hand in hand in an effort to raise up a new generation of Franklins and Washingtons and Lincolns and Reagans.|
Topics: America, Prayer
| As God's followers, we must be ever watchful not to allow diluted teachings or secular philosophies to creep into our doctrine.|
| As we witness our religious freedoms being lost and our congregations getting itchy, it is time for our churches to again become relevant within our culture.|
| It is so important that our churches, our Christian schools and we, as individuals, do not allow non-Christian influences to influence our beliefs.|
Topics: Compromise, Education
| When diversity is forced upon us--specifically, when it overrides parental authority--it becomes dangerous, especially to those of us who hold to values that counter much of the modern cultural diversity craze.|
| Instead of being wishy-washy people who will selfishly counteract our ethics or our doctrines on a whim, we must live joyous and holy lives that point to Jesus Christ as the lone source of our personal conduct.|
| Being a godly father requires much perseverance and prayer as we seek God's guidance in being the types of fathers He wants us to be.|