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The Eternal Family Of God: Philippians Series #1

February 22, 2022

I want to ask you a question. What would you say that these people have in common: a Jewish philosopher who hates Christ; a New Ager, who has been deep into the occult; a prison guard, whose heart is filled with malignity and hate against all humankind; a feminist, who, perhaps, never married, who has her own business? What would you say all of those people had in common? They were all members of the church at Philippi. The Jewish philosopher who got saved was the Apostle Paul. The New Ager was a demon-possessed girl who was saved by the Gospel of Christ. The jailer, the prison guard, was the…

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Unhindered: Acts Series #42

February 15, 2022

The last chapter of the book of Acts has been called the last page of the first chapter of the history of the Christian church. It has also been pointed out that the book of Acts concludes with a rather interesting word. The word is not easily apparent within translations, but in the New American Standard Bible, it is the word, “unhindered.” It has often been noted that this is a rather unusual way to conclude a book. This is not how you would normally conclude a book and this has puzzled Bible teachers through the years. There are some who believe that Dr. Luke intended to write a third…

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The Tragedy of The Almost: Acts Series #41

February 8, 2022

There are three kinds of people in this world: there are those who are alienated toward Jesus, there are those who are altogether for Jesus, and there are those who are almost to Jesus. There are those who are hardened toward him, there are those who have a heart for Him, and there are those who are halfway to Him. In Acts 26:24-30, we read: “While Paul was saying this in his defense, Festus said in a loud voice, ‘Paul, you are out of your mind. Your great learning is driving you mad.’ But Paul said, ‘I’m not out of my mind, most excellent Festus, but I utter words of…

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How To Sail Successfully Through The Storms Of Life: Acts Series #40

February 2, 2022

I love the twenty-seventh chapter of the book of Acts. I love walking by the ocean. I love this wonderful story because it’s so graphic. As you open the Bible to this chapter you just feel the salt spray in your face. It’s a story that was written as an eyewitness account of a great shipwreck. I want you to use your imagination. If you do, you’ll taste the salt. You’ll feel the swell of this ship as it rises and falls on the billows. You’ll hear the winds as it moans, and groans, and screams, and whimpers. You’ll hear the booming claps of thunder. And, you’ll see the flashing…

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Final Day of Global Church Network’s Synergize 2022

January 29, 2022

ORLANDO, Jan. 28, 2022 – The three-day bi-annual Global Church Network’s (GCN) Synergize Conference wrapped yesterday in Orlando, Florida, with more than 650 attendees from 100 denominations and 60 countries. Thousands more from 45-plus nations watched online, and all were focused on FINISH 2030 with a goal to complete the Great Commission by 2030. Reminders of the Task Ahead Bishop Sam N. Clements, General Overseer of the Church of God of Prophecy, opened the morning session of the final day by reminding attendees the Kingdom of God is not about physical comforts but rather “righteousness, peace and joy” in the Holy Ghost. “It is time for us to join hands…

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Synergize 2022: More than 100 Leaders Gather To Finish The Great Commission

January 27, 2022

Speakers Challenge Attendees from 60 Nations And 45 plus Nations Online, to Move Forward During These Fearful Days ORLANDO, Jan. 27, 2022 – The biennial Global Church Network’s (GCN) Synergize Conference continued yesterday for its second day with the theme of “Recovering The Cutting Edge.” More than 650 attendees representing more than 100 denominations and 60 countries and thousands more watching via livestream were inspired and encouraged by a diverse roster of international speakers who challenged and encouraged them in the great task ahead of completing the Great Commission. God’s Working Through the Pandemic Dr. Douglas Beacham, General Superintendent of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church, reminded participants that though the…

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The Hybrid Church Model

January 19, 2022

If your movement is not moving, then it is not a movement; but could be a monument. There are cycles to movements and usually movements overtime become the opposite of what they started out to be. There are cyles in movements. The first generation, generates. The second generation, motivates. The third generation, speculates. The fourth generation, dissipates. History is replete with conservatism giving way to liberalism and light giving way to dark. It is not that the darkness has become stronger, but the light has become weaker. This is one of the major reasons, if not the major reason why the Great Commission has not been completed. Instead of the…

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The 10 Qualities Of Plandemic Leadership

January 14, 2022

I have been seriously pondering this global shift that has overtaken the earth in a few short months of time. We have become very comfortable with hearing the word “pandemic.” In the beginning, it was more of a shock and unrealistic. Today, it’s becoming more of a lifestyle. I’ve been thinking about what are the leadership differences between pandemic leadership and plandemic leadership I believe that really, in a nutshell, plandemic leadership summarizes how we’re going to move through this pandemic and get on with life, ministry, and the fulfillment of the Great Commission. With this in mind, I want to lay some thoughts upon your heart, to stir you…

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The Sin of Procrastination: Acts Series #39

January 13, 2022

Do you have trouble with procrastination? I know I do and, starting tomorrow, I’m going do something about it. I believe everyone is plagued with some form of procrastination, but some people have a form of procrastination that is actually harming them. Here are five questions to find out whether or not we are procrastinators. First, do you always hand in work at the deadline, or later, but never early? Second, do you postpone starting a diet until some set time in the future, a time that keeps changing? Third, do you use fatigue or a headache for a reason for not getting things done? Fourth, do you clutter up…

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How to Overcome Criticism: Acts Series #38

January 4, 2022

If we practice the normal Christian life, we are going to have normal persecution. Did you know this? If you don’t know it, you’d better learn it. This chapter will help us to know How to Cope with Criticism. Not just any criticism, but criticism that we will receive if we stand for the Lord Jesus Christ. Are you enduring criticism for Christ? If not, don’t pat yourself on the back, for the Bible says, “Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution” (2 Timothy 3:12). There’s no way in this world of once-born men can you be a twice-born man or woman and survive…

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