A High-Stakes Battle for Every Christian
Jesus warned that deception would grow worse as we draw nearer to the end times, saying, “Take heed that no one deceives you” (Matthew 24:4). Distinguishing truth from error has become an increasingly challenging task—even in the church.
We live in a time when falsehoods assault us from every direction. Packaged with just enough truth to make them appear trustworthy, these counterfeits have grown more and more difficult to detect and avoid.
Living in the Daze of Deception explores the many ways error is masquerading as truth—and how you can discern the difference. From pastor Jack Hibbs, you’ll learn
- the characteristics of deceivers and how they have brought harm to both secular culture and the church
- the many deceptions that are altering and replacing the truth, and how to recognize them
- the keys to standing strong as the spiritual battles surrounding us intensify
The greatest antidote to deception is truth. Equip yourself now to grow in discernment so that you can protect yourself from error and remain steadfast in your faith!
About the author
Jack Hibbs is the senior and founding pastor of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills, based in Southern California, the Founder & President of Real Life ministry, and a nationally syndicated TV & Radio host.
Jack and his wife, Lisa, began a home fellowship over thirty years ago with just six faithful souls. Today, the church ministers weekly to over ten thousand people on campus and millions worldwide through daily media outreach programs.
Pastor Jack is well known for his passionate, verse-by-verse expositional Bible teaching; in addition, he is a frequent conference speaker and a nationally syndicated Radio and Tv host. His numerous ministries counting television broadcasts, podcasts, and radio reach from West Africa to the South Pacific.
Jack and Lisa have been married for over forty years and are the authors of the book Turn Around At Home – Giving A Stronger Spiritual Legacy Than You Received. They reside in Southern California where they enjoy time with their children and grandchildren.