Where am I today? Where do I desire to be? My Christian journey can be charted into five progressive stages, categorized in terms of how much I invite Christ into my life. Very often, God places cloud of witnesses in my life to challenge me, showing me that there is more, inviting me to go … Continue reading Where am I on my journey? (1 of 5)
That Sunday morning after worship service, we gathered to fellowship in Christ and shared our journeys in pursuing God’s sovereign destiny for each of our lives. Like other fellowship gatherings, it came the time to pray for one another. The instructions we followed were quite simple: Each person prays for the person on the left … Continue reading Blessed by the Gift of Prophesy
The Kingdom of God is not a matter of talk but of POWER [1 Corinthians 4:20]. This incomparable great POWER — the same power that raised Christ from the dead — is available for each and every one of us who believe [Ephesians 1:19-21]. And for those of us who believe, Jesus Himself said in … Continue reading Power Not Talk
The Utmost Importance of the Great Commission Jesus commanded all His disciples to go into the world, to all nations, to share the good news of the repentance and forgiveness of sins, to baptize those who believe, in the name of the Father and the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and to teach them … Continue reading Making Disciples By Spirit Power
Fasting in prayer is the least taught and modeled spiritual discipline in the Body of Christ. Why fast and pray? Here are some insights for considerations: To Breakthrough impasses of situations and strongholds To Expose hidden darkness To Deal with the deep root of doubts and unbelief To Grow faith that can move mountains To … Continue reading Why Fast and Pray?
No one ever teaches intentionally that worship is a church program. Yet the notion that “worship is a church program” is so implicitly and strongly conveyed, from the way we speak about worship, and from its model of practice that most churches share, as we live together as a faith community. What do I mean … Continue reading Worship is not a church program