Posts Tagged ‘Pentecost’
Start the New Year with Renewal!
Featuring a host of the nation’s finest Pentecostal preachers, this conference is a Spirit-filled gathering of lay leaders, pastors, evangelists, and missionaries who come together with unified purposes: prayer, power, worship, and fellowship.→ Read More
Worship Wednesday Series
Leading worship together and individually over the past 25 years of marriage and ministry has been a tremendous honor and sacred responsibility.→ Read More
What do you do when you know that God told you to do something or that He was going to do something…but it takes days, weeks, months, years, or, gulp, even decades to see it come to fruition?→ Read More
Found in Translation
As the service time approached, I stood up from my place at the altars to see the very same faces as in previous services. With a deep sigh and resolve to obey the Lord, I followed through with His directive. “These people will think I don’t know how to preach on anything else. Surely another message would serve them better.”→ Read More
Let’s celebrate Pentecost!
As we anxiously anticipate this great celebration of the birth of the Church as we know it, let us begin now to prepare for the entire month of May as Pentecost Awareness!→ Read More
A Call to Come Out
Why are we ashamed of the most amazing decision ever to be made by man? It seems that many in today’s churches are apologizing for calling out those who must determine to follow Christ. Had Jesus not called His disciples out, one by one, they would have been totally ill-prepared for this historic moment!→ Read More
Profession & Possession
Jesus was teaching His disciples, both then and now, that this tree was making a profession of bearing figs, but had no possession of figs. If it had leaves, it was supposed to have fruit.→ Read More
An experience that leaves no doubt
Through an experience that leaves no doubt a lost world comes in contact with the living Jesus.→ Read More