Equipping Your Reimagine Journey
Phil Miglioratti and John Armstrong talk about the limited view of Church
that is killing churches!
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From my archives...
Preacher, Are You a Descendant of a Greek Orator or Hebrew Prophet?
Prophets, not Orators
And I have put My words in your mouth; I have covered you with the shadow of My hand, that I may plant the heavens, lay the foundations of the earth, and say to Zion, “You are My people.”
The Christian minister, as someone has pointed out, is a descendant not of the Greek orator but of the…Continue
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It's not church we need to stay away from, it's churchianity . . .
Churchianity takes the life out of real church and
replaces liberty in Christ with laws and legalism,
justice is eclipsed by judgmentalism,
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this might be a good idea to adapt and implement in churches and ministriesContinue
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I’m grateful I was introduced to prayer evangelism as a process, not a program; a strategy rather than a series of events. At some point in the 1990s, prayer and evangelism were reintroduced to one another and became the “prayer evangelism movement,” with notable messengers and a myriad of new ministries. God only knows every tributary that flowed together to form a great river…Continue
#ItSeemsToMe...COVID Pandemic Exposes Church Identity Crisis
"The church is a building."
Not in the holy scriptures. Not to the earliest Christ -followers,
But the mind of everyone who hears or reads or speaks the word, "church" produces a mental image of a…Continue
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National Pastors' Prayer Network
INNER ~ VIEWS #011 Rick Warren Interviews Bill Bright
ARCHIVES ~ Aug 2003…Continue
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Observations on Three Mega-Firings
For me, this past year has been the best of times and the worst of times.
The best? I’m a Great Commission-meets-Great Commandment guy who is radically blessed by a collaboration of nearly one thousand…Continue
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Some people have never been in a church but indicate they might go if they received a personal invitation.
@ExploreGodChi -cago! @BackToChurch @Outreach @40daysoflove @MakeLoveYourAim…Continue
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This book shows what it means to be the church, the new humanity in Jesus Christ, as Paul writes about in Ephesians 2:15. This is the biblical basis for our understanding of what it…Continue
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What I learned from the worst prison in Mexico:
My dear Mexican pastor friend Emilio Beltran (who has lived in the most notorious prison in Mexico for the past 6 years) handed me two Mustard Seed Foundation grant applications while we were meeting together in Reclusorio Oriente prison last month. I work for this Foundation, seeking out projects…
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