Tag Archives: one anothers

Pastor at the wheel or all auto parts working together?

Church? The pastor at the wheel or all the auto parts working together to follow the Spirit? When Christianity is dry and boring, that’s the brakes. Let’s take the brakes off of Jesus. We park our cars in the church … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

It’s time for Bible based reformation!

Don’t be afraid to read and  trust the Book that makes fear disappear! Some people claim to “demythologize” the Bible. I want the Bible to demyth me! The Bible is like 3D movie glasses. It makes the living Jesus jump … Continue reading

Posted in 3D glasses, 500th anniversary, back to the Bible, Bible one anothers, Bible study, Bible teaching, church reform, New Testament, New Testament Christianity, New Testament church, on earth as it is in heaven, one anothering, organic church, the Bible says, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Now hear this: “Be doers of the word!”

–Now Hear This: “Be Doers Of The Word”– What if Christ-followers met to do the word And not just to hear one man give a talk about it? We could take turns doing the more than 50 New Testament one … Continue reading

Posted in Bible one anothers, habitat for huminaty, hearing Jesus, house church, How many one anothers are in the, My sheep hear My voice, Nashville, one anothering, organic chruch, preaching, preaching without words, Prepare the way of the Lord, simple church, Tennessee, The Salvation Army, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Meeting “to do the 2” — the ekklesia 2-step

Ekklesia meets to do the two — to give people hands on practice, training, and experience in living out Jesus’ two greatest commandments. This is the dance of the body of Christ — the ekklesia two-step. Step one: “Love the Lord your … Continue reading

Posted in body of Christ, church, dancing, ekklesia, family of God, heart, heart care, heart of worship, love the Lord your God, Matthew 22, organic church, two or three in My name, Uncategorized, worship dancing | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Beyond laid back lectures to lively one anothering!

Learning by lectures while leaving out supervised, hands on experience, leaves learners unable to effectively do in real life what they learned in the lectures. Examples: Would you trust? 1) A doctor who make As in all her lecture classes, … Continue reading

Posted in Andrew Mason, Andy Stanley, Bible, How many one anothers are in the, Nashville, one anothering, Salvation Army, sermons, simple church, Spirit-led, unprogrammed meetings | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Magnificence of Mutual Ministry

Mutual ministry is the shared, non-hierarchical, back and forth (one to another) ministry between the people in a church.  It’s a beautiful thing to behold, but it is very rare, almost unknown. However, mutual ministry is biblical.  The New Testament … Continue reading

Posted in belief, clergy, Episcopal church, heresies, James C. Fenhagen, laity, Lutheran church, organic church, participatory church, Quotes | Tagged , , , , , | 9 Comments

Spirit-radar — making the invisible, visible!

The work of Christ in one solitary, human heart is invisible. However, when Christ-followers gather together and begin to share from their heart; their words fit together in such a way so as to reveal the living reality of Jesus … Continue reading

Posted in 2 Corinthians 4:18, He speaks and the sound of His voice is so sweet, hearing, hearing God, hearing Jesus, hearing the Holy Spirit, hearing voices, listening, listening prayer, listening skills, listening to God, listening to the Spirit, open church, organic church, random thoughts, sharing, Spirit radar, spiritual listening, unprogrammed church, unscripted church, unseen things, we look not at the things which are seen | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments