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Theology Thursday: Holy Spirit Baptism - Part Three

This is Part Three of a four-part series on Holy Spirit baptism. Please read Parts One and Two before jumping into the middle of the story here! 1,588 more words

LEADERSHIP

RECOVERY FOR CHURCH LEADERS

Dick Hardy, pastoral leadership consultant, writes:
One of the major personal issues for leaders and people in churches is that of pornography. 1,027 more words

Prayer

ELIM 100: "I wouldn't downplay what is in the engine"

Elim turned one hundred recently. It is a milestone in the history of any movement or denomination. Its poignancy is perhaps reinforced by the knowledge that many if not most of the early leaders in Elim never expected Elim to be around one hundred years from its inception, as they believed that the Lord would have returned long before that. 690 more words

Start The Week

Denver Pastor Kicks Lesbian Corpse To Curb Mid-Funeral

Pssssst! Pastor Chavez, weed is legal in Colorado now, and it can really help mellow out those episodes of Closeted Gay Panic Attack Syndrome…

LAKEWOOD — Hundreds of Vanessa Collier’s friends and family gathered Saturday at New Hope Ministries, sitting before an open casket that held the woman they loved, when suddenly the minister overseeing her funeral stopped the service.

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Christianity

The Evil Fruit of Man-Centered Theology

“Can you say, ‘We will first walk in His righteousness, and will observe His judgments, and will act in a worthy way, so that He will give His grace to us’?

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Apologetics

The Continued Growth of Pentecostalism

The link below is to an article that takes a look at the continued growth of Pentecostalism.

For more visit:
http://www.christianitytoday.com/edstetzer/2014/november/why-are-pentecostals-growing.html

Christianity

Discussions with Ex-Pastor Alex

Recently, I have had the pleasure meeting Alexander Sebastian Whitmore. I met him at local eatery before he had too many Coronas. As the night progressed, his drunken stupor did not cloak his intelligence or apathy towards religion; however, he did explain he attended a church around the city, quite regularly. 249 more words

Writing