Category Archives: Nashville

Whose Control Should Church Be Under?

To congregate under Christ’s direct control (to come together and allow the living Jesus, Himself, to lovingly lead us without the aid of a human program or agenda) releases the power and presence of God, like nothing else on earth. … Continue reading

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3 Church (Corps) Innovations: Passionate Preaching By Ordinary People / Expanded Mercy Seat / Curriculum-Free Sunday School

Here are 3 church innovations for the 21st Century: 1) Passionate preaching by ordinary people: I heard a Salvation Army Divisional Commander preach with passion last night. You could feel fire, excitement, and inspiration flowing from his heart-felt words. –Our … Continue reading

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Veggie Cans, Church, & Christ In You

These cans of veggies illustrate two ways to do church: 2 ways 2 do church: 1) Line everybody up in nice rows like shelved stacks of canned vegetables and let one person give a talk from the platform.  This traditional … Continue reading

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Why Don’t We See God Do More Miracles In The 21st Century?

Why don’t we see more of God’s miracles in our lives and in church meetings, when God is doing mighty things today? All over the world, God is touching everyday people deeply in order to release His presence, His peace, … Continue reading

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Are You Lost In A Lonely Crowd

We don’t have to be lost in a lonely crowd — feeling alienated and alone! In this crowded world, we can experience heart-to-heart unity with other people. One could make the claim that a ball of yarn is an example of unity. … Continue reading

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Roundabout/Round Robin Meetings Release Creativity & Power

Roundabout/round robin meetings are powerful tools for being healed from life wounds, overcoming issues, and experiencing freedom and joy. (Some people call them support groups.) –The battle between good and evil is not nation against nation or law enforcement against … Continue reading

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Testimonies, Salvation, #Boundless2015 & The Salvation Army’s 150 Anniversary!

–More than 15,000 Salvationists (members of The Salvation Army) from about 126 countries met in London, United Kingdom, last week for an International Congress called Boundless 2015. The emphasis wasn’t on social services. The focus was on faithfulness to the living, … Continue reading

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