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Andreas Karlstadt (Luther’s Organic Church/Ekklesia Guy)

Before Martin Luther wrote his 95 Theses and nailed them to the door of the Catholic Church in Wittenburg, Germany; Andreas Karlstadt (1480-1541) had written 151 Theses and delivered them to the Pope in Rome. When the Protestant Reformation began, Karlstadt and … Continue reading

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The Lost Word Of The Bible — “Ekklesia”

A foundational word of the Greek New Testament was lost when the Bible was translated into the English language. That word is ekklesia. How was it lost? And what does it mean? There are two ways to move a word from one language … Continue reading

Posted in assembly of God, ecclesiastical, ecclesiology, Greek city-states, Greek words, I will build my church, King James Bible, Matthew 16:18, Middle English, mistranlations, New Testament, Old English, organic church, the Lord's house, William Tyndale | Tagged , , , , | 10 Comments

What The Church Can Learn From The Anabaptists

The following quotes are from the book, The Secret of the Strength–What Would the Anabaptists Tell This Generation? Why not read through them and see what the 21st Century Church can learn from the 16th Century Anabaptists? “The Spirit of Christ teaches … Continue reading

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Millennial Town

Millennial town Unmoved for 1,000 years, Longest continually inhabited Multi-family dwellings In the entire world; Sitting in a beautiful valley On both sides of a roaring river; Resisting terrorism For hundreds of years, Surviving disrespect, persecution, Abuse and genocide; Containing … Continue reading

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Santa Fe, NM Lives Up 2 It’s Name!

Santa Fe means Holy Faith in English. My wife and I discovered that Santa Fe, New Mexico lives up to its name! Our first morning in Santa Fe we went downtown and parked. The first thing we saw was a huge … Continue reading

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America’s City Named For Trusting Christ

Living during a time period that persistently promotes political correctness and considers the sincere mention of Christianity to be one of its few remaining taboos, perhaps we should think about the city named for trusting Christ — Santa Fe, New … Continue reading

Posted in Assisi, faith, faith-based, it is in giving that we receive, Lord make me an instrument of Your peace, meaning of Santa Fe, New Mexico towns, Quotations, religion, Saint Francis of Assisi, Spanish, where there is hatred let me sow love | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Church Restructured As An Xtreme Army by William & Catherine Booth

Xtreme sports are a recent invention; however Xtreme church has existed from time to time since the earliest Christ-followers were scattered out of Jerusalem, became extreme, and turned the world upside down. One example of Xtreme church began 150 years ago (this year/2015) … Continue reading

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