Category Archives: Nashville

Lay Down The Downside & Ride On Life’s Upside!

Learn 2 lay down the downside and ride on life’s upside! Decide to glide on life’s upside! Learn to ride astride the tide Of the warm and uplifting current Of Christ flowing as a Guide inside you. Push aside all … Continue reading

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Listen-To-Me Leadership vs. Hear-From-Heaven Leadership

Listen-to-me leadership likes to lecture. It makes people dependent on one man’s theology and Bible interpretation. Hear-from-Heaven leadership humbly connects people with the living God so that they can hear directly from Him. You can never hear enough lectures to … Continue reading

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Soaking Prayer / Soaking Music / Spirit-Led God-Gatherings

Soaking prayer is a way of seeking God. The term soaking is a fresh way of talking about the traditional Christian practice of contemplative prayer which has been taught and used though out the history of the church. Soaking prayer involves quietly listening to … Continue reading

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One word sentences (one word church): How effective are they?

One word sentences greatly limit communication, but using many words opens up much greater understanding. Right? (Perhaps church services could be more effective if we moved beyond the 1-word by 1 person format and instead allowed many words by many … Continue reading

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Interaction With Christ or Christian Entertainment

+ A church service should be one of life’s great adventures — being astonished as the living Jesus Christ works in and through the members of His body as they openly demonstrate the culture of Heaven. Can we step beyond the … Continue reading

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Beaching It In The Colorado Mountains (God’s Surprises)

I love mountains, my wife loves the ocean. This year we went to the mountains in southwestern Colorado and came across a beach-like setting near Alamosa. Behind me in the pic above are the gigantic sand dunes of the Great … Continue reading

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God-Gatherings

A God-gathering is a meeting where (2 or more) everyday people come together to each one listen to God and then speak what God tells him, resulting in a divinely orchestrated time in God’s presence. God-gatherings are open and unprogrammed. … Continue reading

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