Happy New Year!

In 2014, how could one truly and radically live out the mission of the Church?  We still have a lot of work to do, and we must earnestly advance the mission of the Church. The Church has to recognize that their primary mission is to advance the Kingdom of God. Jesus prayed for the Church…… Continue reading Happy New Year!

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Thank You Pastor

I have had the great pleasure of working with pastors from different denominations and diverse theological and doctrinal positions. I have walked away with great admiration for pastors. We have pastors that genuinely care about advancing the Kingdom of God. Pastors are often grouped with a general classification, good or bad. Looking from the outside…… Continue reading Thank You Pastor

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Easter Challenge: The Cross and the Grave

The challenge of Easter that Jesus faced was a triple challenge; He faced the Gethsemane Challenge involved submitting to His Father’s will, Calvary’s Challenge was about paying the ultimate price and the Grave’s Challenge was to leave a lasting evidence of the completed work of redemption and His promised return. Luke documented this in Acts…… Continue reading Easter Challenge: The Cross and the Grave

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The Challenge of Easter: The Gethsemane Challenge

Acts 10:38-41 & Matthew 26: 36-46 Have you ever had to perform a task that was very challenging? This task tested your will power, you were not sure that you could accomplish the steps but you determined that you would pursue the task no matter how difficult it might get. I remembered accepting the task…… Continue reading The Challenge of Easter: The Gethsemane Challenge

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Speaking into the Next Generation (1 Samuel 3: 1-21)

The church is faced with a challenge, this challenge will determine the kind of church that we will have in the future.  The ability to speak into the next generation is crucial and the challenge we face.  It is hinged on the relationship between the “now” generation and the “next” generation as demonstrated between Eli…… Continue reading Speaking into the Next Generation (1 Samuel 3: 1-21)

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Kingdom People Living By Kingdom Principles – Part 3

Part 3 As the Church develops a comprehensive and practical understanding of missions, this will propel Christians to act out their missional call.  For example, this message of hope and salvation through Jesus Christ transforms not only Cornelius, but his entire family, and Peter as well, as stated in Acts 10.  God was the underlying…… Continue reading Kingdom People Living By Kingdom Principles – Part 3

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Kingdom People Living by Kingdom Principles – Part 2

As we deal with the issue of living out the missional call  the Church has to effectively deal with the attitudes of the congregation to be more “holistic” in their approach to missions, while being theologically consistent with the Biblical mandates. It will require an understanding of the theology as it relates to missions: Church,…… Continue reading Kingdom People Living by Kingdom Principles – Part 2

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Book Review – David Kinnaman, and Aly Hawkins. You lost me

David Kinnaman, and Aly Hawkins. You lost me: why young Christians are leaving church– and rethinking faith. Grand Rapids, Mich.: BakerBooks, 2011. This is a must read for Senior Pastors, Youth Pastors and anyone that works with youths.  You Lost Me is a frank look at the reality of the church and the relationship with…… Continue reading Book Review – David Kinnaman, and Aly Hawkins. You lost me

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Kingdom People Living By Kingdom Principles – Part 1 of 7

Reflection of Missions The challenge to be truly missional requires that persons consider themselves to be disciples, and begin to engage their communities in their everyday life, to be incarnate.  This has posed a challenge to the church and seeks to answer the question: how will missions and being missional in the 21st century be…… Continue reading Kingdom People Living By Kingdom Principles – Part 1 of 7

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