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Kingdom Economics vs Pagan Economics by David Fredrickson

Most of my closest friends are in the middle of some degree of what Westerners would consider a financial crisis. Outgo is exceeding income....

Swimming Upstream ain’t Easy, but Don’t Stop Now! by Don Nori

The forces against you are incredible, but you were made with the strength to buck the tide. Most look at you and wonder what...

Redefining Leadership – To Lead or Not to Lead by Steve...

Redefining leadership - to lead or not to lead that is the question. A leader is not the chief visionary. A leader is not...

Does Five Fold Ministry Exist Today?

I’m often asked: “Frank, do you believe in ‘the five-fold ministry’? And do you believe that God is restoring it today?” In this post,...

True Christian Leadership is Upside Down by George Dunn

"Then the mother of the sons of Zebedee came to Jesus with her sons, bowing down and making a request of Him. And He...

How to Discern False Apostles by Weibold/Newby

In the mid-1990s, there was a movement within Christendom that emphasized the restoration of apostles and prophets. Having just exited the “mega-church” scene, I...

Church Revolution The Need for a Biblical Emancipation

Have you ever wondered why the Church is in the mess it is in? Or maybe you have thought everything is fine it’s just...

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,...

Reduced to Love by David Fredrickson

In a conversation with a friend today I was recalling how many years ago I used to ask God to reduce me to love....

The State of the Church Today; An Apostolic Assessment by Don...

• In America, 3,500 – 4,000 churches close their doors each year. • Churches lose an estimated 2,765,000 people each year to nominalism and secularism. Today’s...

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