A Response Concerning a New Twist on the Doctrine of Dominion
Jan09

A Response Concerning a New Twist on the Doctrine of Dominion

This response comes from the heart of five authors after reading and seeing an increase of a new twist on the Doctrine of Dominion among certain leaders in the Body of Christ. This response both refutes such teachings and issues a warning to those that have been subtly immersed into them. This is only one example of such teachings and it can be found at http://tinyurl.com/krce3pf. Driven by love we find no other choice but to speak...

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Why do Bad things happen to Good people – a Response
Jan07

Why do Bad things happen to Good people – a Response

My Dear Brothers In the Lord, If I thought a christian band aid would help I would say to you (as” did Robert Schuller), “Tough Times don’t Last but Tough People Do….Hogwash!!!!!!!!!  Sometimes tough times are like the EverReady bunny..they go on and on and on…ad infinitum. I no longer subscribe to fairy tale Christianity where there is always light at the end of the tunnel or a happy ending to the story!...

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Apostles and the Apostolicity of the Church by Don Atkin
Jan02

Apostles and the Apostolicity of the Church by Don Atkin

Apostolicity is a word that has been discussed and defined both in Catholic and Protestant Reformation contexts for many years.  It does seem that, in my lifetime, its meaning and essential role have emerged well beyond institutional implications and applications.  Most, if not all, would agree with this simple definition: Apostolicity:  “Having to do with things apostolic; matters concerning apostles.” In biblical language apostles...

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Our True Kingdom Identity — Who Are We Really? by Tim Price
Dec16

Our True Kingdom Identity — Who Are We Really? by Tim Price

One aspect of God’s kingdom deals with who we are as Christ’s followers and where our loyalty, identity and belonging rest… Over the years I’ve heard lots of teaching about our identity in Christ. Notions like we are, “God’s workmanship,” “the Redeemed of God,” or “sons of God.” While I’m not in protest of these articulations; I find them either ethereal or vague in practicum… I am sure most of these ideals are well meant. However, I...

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5 Reasons why Fellowship with Others eludes us by Chip Brogden
Dec09

5 Reasons why Fellowship with Others eludes us by Chip Brogden

If everyone is looking for fellowship, why is fellowship so hard to find?  And once we have found it, why is it so hard to maintain it? When God begins to bring you out of church and into a deeper relationship with Himself, there is a lot of unlearning that has to take place – particularly in the area of fellowship. It has been said that every lost person has a Christ-shaped void in their heart that only Christ can fill.  A similar...

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