Tag: evangelism

Becoming a missional Pentecostal : Message vs Method in a modern Church context

Missiology

I am a fan of being missional. It is important to us to engage the lost and dying world. However, how that happens is and will continue to...

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When the Kingdom comes: Expect repentance in 2018!

Prophecy, Uncategorized

It is a little after noon in Manila, Philippines on New Year Day. 2017 is gone and we welcoming 2018. With that comes new expectations for...

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Church Planting is not the Great Commission

Ecclesiology, Missiology

I am concerned. I am very concerned actually. Far too many people in ministry think the great commission is church planting. It is not....

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Lessons I learned from Mike Francen

Missiology

Some sixteen years ago, I was living in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma working for a large church and doing street evangelism every night in Tulsa....

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Why I started my miracle ministry

Uncategorized

Many years ago, I was raised in Pentecostal church but the focus was soul winning, praying in tongues and making sure the world knew their...

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Stadium Christianity is my Eschatology

Missiology, Revival, Theology, Uncategorized

What is the Stadium Christianity? Why is it my eschatology and why does it matter? Well, it is the study of the End Times and yes we are...

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Why Missions is failing

Missiology, Revival, Uncategorized

Jesus gave us no less than six texts about what our orders were forward. They are found in Matthew 28:19, Mark 16:15-20, Luke 24:49, John...

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People Skills in Missions

Culture, Missiology, Theology

Today’s lesson living as a Christian cross culturally is about people skills and why they are at enemy with the anointing. Did I...

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