A deeper, weightier revelation of God's love is coming—and it will look much different than we realize.
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"For the most part, people aren't leaving the church out of bitterness, the influence of college atheists or a renunciation of their faith."
Jean was appointed and served six years as associate pastor of Angelus Temple, Los Angeles, following the death of Aimee Semple McPherson, who had been her pastor and mentor.
"Our hearts and prayers go out to the families of those who died due to senseless acts of violence today and our continued prayers and support go out to all of the families who have suffered at the hands of senseless violence in this city," the mayor says.
Many of these teachings are so commonly believed and or are assumed that the average Christian embraces them without examining the Scriptures.
"IHOP has been radically changed. We're deficient in flowing together as a family. The Lord used them to wake us up. We reset our entire vision to include a homecoming dimension."
"It is the Church's responsibility to act in a way that doesn't create divisions but heals them."
I'd encourage you to recalibrate your expectations of the church and of pastors with Scripture.
This is rebellion in the name of God.
"You can see the work of the Holy Spirit from the beginning to the end with production, musicians, marketing and even a documentary film from our time in Iraq."
"LORD, cover the families with YOUR peace!!"
Many modern churches do it, but is it right?
Christ is knocking at the door. Will we hesitate?
If you don't see these at your church, you may need to make a decision.
God has a promise for each person at Willow Creek, the executive pastor said. There can be a lot of time between a promise and its fulfillment, he said, but God doesn't waste the wait. He uses it.
But people are not happy.
It is vital that the body of Christ understand the personality and ministry of the Holy Spirit.
True apostles are not preoccupied with titles, status, rank, significance and honor.
Some have a reputation of being alive but are not.