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It's not gibberish, it's the language of Heaven.

I hope you all had a wonderful Easter weekend filled with love, friendship, and family. I have been lucky enough to be able to spend the weekend with some family friends, and they have been extremely receptive and welcoming towards me. 402 more words


Snake-Handling Pastor Shoots At Estranged Wife's "Friend"

Via WBIR Knoxville:

A Campbell County pastor who has made national headlines for snake-handling during worship services was accused Sunday of firing a gun at a friend of his estranged wife, while she and her four kids were nearby.

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Video: Gangsta Iowa Pastor Threatens Murder During Sermon

Watch Bishop Jeremiah Reed, pastor & CEO of Des Moine’s Christ Apostolic Temple, Inc., articulate the boundless love of Jesus:

“And I got folks that will hunt you, and put you in the corn field, or drop you in the river with a weight on you, or cut your tongue out and leave it on your chest.

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The Spirit of Power and Love: Jonathan Edwards and Pentecostals on the Spirit (and Holiness)


Jonathan Edwards’s can assist Pentecostals to further develop their understanding of the Holy Spirit. Edwards believes that Scripture confirms his view that the Spirit is the love of God. 492 more words

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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



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


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

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