Category Archives: Paul

John Doe Ministries (Is that biblical?)

Why do some ministers (even some God-anointed preacher’s and teachers) name “ministries” for themselves? That common practice in modern-day independent ministry doesn’t appear to be biblical. I can’t find an “Apostle Paul Ministries” or a “Philip the Evangelist Ministries” or even a … Continue reading

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“The Award For The Best Leading Actor Goes To . . .”

The leading actor plays the largest role in a film, TV show, or play. In the New Testament, the Holy Spirit is the Leading Actor. He gets the Oscar! So why do we confine such an amazing Leading Actor as the … Continue reading

Posted in 1 Corinthians 2:4, actors, Acts 10:19, Acts 11:12, Acts 13:2, Acts 8:29, Barnabas, Bible, demonstration of the Spirit, dramatic production, Galatians 5:25, Go to that chariot, Holy Ghost movie, in step with the Spirit, led by the Spirit, New Testament, Paul, Peter, Philip, Romans 8:14, Set apart for me, the Spirit said | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

2 Models Of Church (The Organizational Model Or The Organic Model)

Historically there have been two primary models of church — the organizational model and the organic model. The organizational model has been the dominate of the two and has resisted (and often persecuted) the organic model. The organizational model sees … Continue reading

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