Category Archives: institutionalizing the church

Peace On Earth

“Do you think I came to bring peace on earth? No, I tell you, but division.” Jesus, Luke 12:51.  Or… “Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, … Continue reading

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What is a “Usurp Authority Over her Husband” kind of Woman?

What does a “usurp authority” woman look like? I’m not sure any of us really know, even those who are constantly warning us about the dangers of this somewhat unidentifiable person. We are thrown elusive hints and innuendos about questionable … Continue reading

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Church Leadership, or what leadership is not!

I no longer consider someone to be a “church leader” simply because they hold a title or position, whether it be the position of pastor, deacon, or head of ministry etc… In fact, I believe many “leaders” today are self … Continue reading

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{Guest Post} testing the spirits–critical; Gifts of the Spirit #3

{There is a younger generation rising up. And with all force of the Holy Spirit they speak boldly. This post is one of those voices crying from the wilderness. To keep from focusing on the writer, this person prefered a … Continue reading

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{Guest Post} participating with the Spirit–a healthy Body, Gifts of the Spirit #2

{There is a younger generation rising up. And with all force of the Holy Spirit they speak boldly. This post is one of those voices crying from the wilderness. To keep from focusing on the writer, this person prefered a … Continue reading

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{Guest Post} sick churches are missing their parts; Gifts of the Spirit #1

{There is a younger generation rising up. And with all force of the Holy Spirit they speak boldly. This post is one of those voices crying from the wilderness. To keep from focusing on the writer, this person prefered a … Continue reading

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he that fears God and works righteousness is acceptable

…. in every nation he that fears him, and works righteousness, is acceptable to God. Acts 10:35 There it is again! That awful word, that downright nasty word, that stinky ole word, “works“! “Works righteousness” sounds like something I’m responsible … Continue reading

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just how dangerous are “strong and controlling” women?

Today I was taken back when I read some comments made by a fellow Christian. Some comments about “strong and controlling women”. I was taken back several years to a time when I struggled to find freedom as a woman … Continue reading

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setting an example of leadership and willing to work

In continuation of my posts concerning the subjects of money and the deception of tithe teaching, I want to take a look at several Scripture passages that are relevant. 2Thess 3:5-16 is one such passage and is a glimpse into … Continue reading

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you’ve quit tithing, now what?

For many people who make the decision to turn their backs on the wrong teaching of the 10% tithe, the question becomes, “How and where do I do my giving now?” In sharing some of my personal experiences over a … Continue reading

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