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6 Opinionated Pointers for Preachers

Good preaching is hard work and I have great respect for those who practice this calling on a regular basis. I have already written two previous blog posts with similar titles on this subject, 1,080 more words


Heaven Made Real - A Guide to the Afterlife and Eternity - A Book Review

Heaven Made Real – A Biblical Guide to the Afterlife and Eternity

By: Tim Sheets

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Frequently Asked Questions – Answers on Heaven, Biblical Truths – Straight from God’s Word… 281 more words

Charismatic Interests

Being a Pentecostal

I’ve been reading a fascinating book called “The God I Never Knew” by Robert Morris. He writes:

“If the term describes someone who understands that the fruit and the gifts and fellowship of the Holy Spirit are all available to us today – and that we all are in desperate need of His empowerment to live the Christian life…” 26 more words

Christian Life

When Motherhood Leaves You Wanting...

Enjoy a wonderful article by: Stacy Salbery for Proverbs31 ministries. I am sure many moms can relate!


Apostolic Mommy & Wife

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Bullies with Bibles - Part One


To me, there is not a more beautiful faith than the one whose central figure is the person of Jesus the Christ.  I believe Jesus of Nazareth is the Son of God, and the virgin born son of Mary.   1,669 more words

Though Anointed

There are many times in life something will come to weaken us or try too. 

It is what happens in these moments of hurt, confusion, mourning, and pain that really states what kind of person we may be. 263 more words


Rosebrough misrepresents the anointing

Chris Rosebrough sure knows how to bend a scenario to his own will.

On his radio program, he was critiquing a well-known Pentecostal preacher who was teaching how there is sometimes an anointing to heal, but at other times we need to minister the Word that builds faith in people to receive healing. 1,413 more words