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Passionized or pacified?

Christianity should activate people with fire in their soul. Instead it too often seems to pacify them rather than passionizing them. If Christ is dead, a church meeting following Him leads to anarchy. If Christ is alive, following Him leads … Continue reading

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Perhaps church could “Let go and let God.”

Human control isn’t what it’s cracked up to be. By letting go of worship services and letting God, Himself, control and personally direct them, church can move into a supernatural dimension. Jesus wants to use you, and all of His … 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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Some Things Are BAN (Beyond the Ability of Nature)

If nothing can’t do anything, how could it make everything? Some things are obviously beyond the ability of nature (BAN). * A turtle on a fence post? BAN. * Cave wall writings? BAN. * The origin of life? BAN. * … Continue reading

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Can The Contempory Church Say “This Is That”?

Can the contemporary church say, like Peter did in the Book of Acts, “This is that which was spoken by the prophet Joel,” as we point, like Peter did, to something supernatural that God is doing in our midst? It … Continue reading

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Christmas Claim — Angels

The popular, traditional Christmas carol, Angels We Have Heard On High, points out one the astounding claims made by Christmas — that supernatural beings from God were communicating to humans and celebrating Christ’s birth with them. The New Testament does … Continue reading

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George Barna’s 9 Challenges For American Christians

George Barna, founder of the Barna Research Group, issued nine challenges for American Christianity in 2002.  Here is a paraphrase of his nine challenges along with how a church in Nashville, Tennessee, The Salvation Army Berry Street Worship Center, is attempting … Continue reading

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