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Fauquier County Constitutional Rally Speech (Transcript & Video)

By |2020-03-03T14:23:28-05:00March 3rd, 2020|Uncategorized|

https://www.facebook.com/PastorJasonGarwood/videos/2226150297680578/?__xts__%5B0%5D=68.ARC-d3ZigdCLkKxQ7yEcxy16T0ErNo6gfNoXxHaiYDIkwv-7sXIESCwH_3Vrj0p_1kaXgrbdF8yDM1t0RUjyKyH8uX6AK1ihR1d9JKsV_GhmJmu0CsL96U6oXmEn8aYeXdVPITznge1Oq5oqOtoYGZPGqzRIgitrWLJZ_tkDbeccupxXRw2ON_McUO6vtkqcTJ7RrgipwTaj9zbJXeetICi_5uiBpJj9g9ifS-UrjL1IcMSw5AfDp_rCsijtDZYVCX2BqFni1NQdMosVGpjSNr-G31BnuLPcrr12UcnaCi5kjaxYy7Gb0np_vSR9DJVexy4RK0YjBIFey2nb5150LL8K4Wr9k6FaFtbyLg&__tn__=-R   Speech Transcript Greetings in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ! I am Dr. Jason Garwood and I serve as an elder and teaching pastor of Cross & Crown Church here in Warrenton where we teach and promote all of Christ for all of life. I am a smitten husband to Mary and the father of three remarkable children. I love Fauquier County and I hate tyranny. [Can I just tell you how remarkable it was to be with the thousands of you who gathered at the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors meeting back in December when [...]

New book release: The Politics of Humanism

By |2020-03-01T06:10:50-05:00March 1st, 2020|Blog|

I am pleased to announce the release of my latest work, The Politics of Humanism: A Christian Response to the Humanist Worldview. This book, I believe, is incredibly important as we advance the kingdom of God in every area of life. In it I address hot topics like gun control, government education, the drug war, and immigration. A word of caution: the book will undoubtedly irritate both sides of the political aisle and I consider that a 'win'. Enjoy! From the back cover: 'The Politics of Humanism' is both a theological and practical look at the abhorrent philosophies and doctrines [...]

A Brief Word on Aversions and Our Need to Actually Fight

By |2017-12-09T18:38:01-05:00December 9th, 2017|Blog|

One thing the Church is good at is lobbing water balloons over the trenches during battle (thinking that somehow we are doing something helpful), all the while the enemy's .50 cal is mowing us down. Worse yet, many stand back thinking that they shouldn't even throw a water balloon, let alone engage in any form of battle. Unfortunately, at this point, I've already offended someone with the analogy. Our aversion to cultural engagement comes from a thorough conviction that Jesus would't want it that way, which is fueled by a quasi-Gnostic dualism that rejects any material "victory" in history. After all, [...]

The Gospel and the Ethical Imperative of Abolition

By |2017-02-26T21:05:41-05:00February 26th, 2017|Blog|

We live in a culture of death. A world where little humans are assassinated every single day. We live in a world where pre-born children have their limbs torn from them, and their body parts sold for gain. We live in a world where the most helpless neighbors among us are poisoned and then disposed of. This world we live in allows murder to take place while simultaneously making attempts at redefining what is actually taking place. Abortion is murder, and the butchering continues unabated. We live in a world where little men and women have their skulls crushed on [...]

Biblical Worldview Seminar

By |2017-02-02T13:57:37-05:00February 2nd, 2017|Blog|

This past Saturday night I joined up with my friend Pastor Eric Stewart from ONElife Church in Flint, MI to teach on what it means to have a covenantal, biblical worldview. I taught two sessions, called "Worldview Foundation," and "Worldview Application." Eric and his wife Lori walked through what it looks like to understand family (and church) in a covenantal way. The videos are all below.

Vote for Trump? Nope.

By |2016-08-03T20:49:41-05:00June 6th, 2016|Blog|

*Also featured on New City Times* "They made kings, but not through me. They set up princes, but I knew it not. With their silver and gold they made idols for their own destruction." (Hosea 8:4) Given the fact that Trump-euphoria has swept the nation (where it's going is TBD), I thought I'd opine for a moment. Keep in mind a couple of things before your blood pressure elevates: 1) You came here. I didn't make you continue reading or stay. If you're going to comment, do so with at least some sort of courtly behavior. I'm fine with the delete button [...]