Category Archives: experiencing God

Keepsakes of the heart (inner connectedness)

Connection happens when people meet up with one another in a Christ-led environment. To collaboratively hear & obey the Spirit with others, is an incredible experience! If people are kept silent about their faith while attending church, they’ll have little … Continue reading

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When God flows like Niagara Falls (Seeing is believing.)

Since I was a child growing up in Arkansas, I’ve heard about Niagara Falls. However, everything that I have heard and all the pictures I have seen of Niagara Falls couldn’t convey the reality of the falls to me. When … Continue reading

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The power of interacting to share God’s inner actions!

There’s nothing quite like a group of people interacting to share God’s inner actions. It’s an amazing thing to experience! (God’s inner actions include: spiritual insights, Scriptures that drop into the mind, the working of the conscience, the “still, small … Continue reading

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Tag-Team-Blog #1 — When are you most aware of God’s presence?

Someone suggested to me today that since my blog is frequently about participatory church, perhaps I could make it more participatory. I agree! Of course people are always welcome to make comments on any post on my blog. However, in … Continue reading

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American money says “In God we trust,” but do we?

America’s official motto is “In God we trust.” It’s even printed on American money? Do we trust in God? Do we really trust . . . In the Deity or in the dollar? In God or in government? In faith … Continue reading

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Can God Speak Through Coke Cans?

I was with my mother most of the day today. She is on the verge of going to be with Jesus. (In The Salvation Army it is called being “promoted to glory.”) She couldn’t speak today, but would open her … Continue reading

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Safe Church — Unlocking God’s Glory!

In the New Testament church was awesomely filled with the Presence of God.  How can the 21st Century church recover the lost combination for God’s glory in our meetings? While thinking about this, a scene suddenly came to my mind.  I … Continue reading

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