Pastor Shavon Smith fuels kingdom flames as she leads in faith and action.
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What should be our purpose and emphasis in fulfilling His vision for this season?
Has our nation passed the point of no return? Is there anything we can do about it?
There's no shortage in the kingdom.
Unsurety steals our confidence.
"God is doing something, and many people are being distracted by what the enemy is doing because they don't see what God is doing."
It is intimate fellowship that G-D will reveal the prophetic plans He has for us, as He does with Abraham.
The grace and liberty that came to God's people through Jesus was not meant to replace the law.
Our role is paramount, and our calling is one that has eternal results in life and death dynamics.
Since He left us here when others were taken, we still must have something to accomplish in His kingdom.
A prophecy given at 'The Return' promises a powerful move from God.
She's warning—even begging—for people to wake up so they don't get left behind.
The Father is more than willing to release the outpouring we all long for—but are we ready?
What is happening in Chicago, for starters, is truly miraculous.
Considering His magnificence, isn't it only natural?
And as Pastor Shane Idleman points out, "You're not trying to win a popularity contest."
Many of us feel tired, overwhelmed and even numb. But it doesn't have to be that way.
Now would be a good time to take hold afresh of the beauty of the cross and the gift of eternal life.
Pastors don't have to abandon our ethics or compromise our principles to be involved in politics.
Discover why communion with God is one of the most urgent needs in the kingdom.