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Between Two Kingdoms

Many today are feeling overwhelmed with all the  challenges facing our nation and the world.  They feel dry and weary; stuck in the wilderness; wondering what to do and where to go to find a way out.  Are you there? You might be struggling through stress, anxiety, sorrow, depression, even concerns about the future. But […]

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The Centrality of the Cross

One Blood, One New Man, One Accord It only takes a glance at social media or the news these days to see the prevalence of hate-filled language and unbridled anger almost everywhere. It is human sin nature to put up guards, defend our positions, and rip into those who disagree. But if we are in […]

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WHAT IF? An Appointed Time to Gather for Resurrection Power

What if we would commit to a corporate focus on the Lord, as they did in Jerusalem the ten days from ascension to Pentecost? What if the Lord came upon us in a suddenly moment as He did then, 2,000 years ago?  GATHERING AT THE APPOINTED MOUNTAIN Whenever I read Matthew 28:16-20, I am reminded […]

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Ministry of Reconciliation: A Call & Prayer

Thursday, May 7, 2020 was National Day of Prayer. Christians throughout the land prayed together corporately for the nation. We need an Awakening and Healing in the Church if we are to see the healing of the Soul of the Nation.  It will take a united Church voice and Church leadership if we are to […]

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“It takes the supernatural to break the bonds of the natural.”

The significance today of Kislev (Nov/Dec) to Nisan (March/April) in Nehemiah’s Time by Doug Stringer  “It takes the supernatural to break the bonds of the natural.” Duncan Campbell Beginning in late November into December 2019, we began to hear about the coronavirus/Covid19 that began in Wuhan China and has now become a global pandemic causing […]

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Crown of Thorns for Crown of Life

The sign in the tomb reads, “HE IS NOT HERE – FOR HE IS RISEN!” Each time I’ve visited Jerusalem, I’ve gone to the empty tomb. When leaving the tomb the inscription on the door says “He is not here, for He is risen,” as you can see in the video above. Throughout the Middle […]

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Plagues, Passover & The Power of the Cross

Jesus, our Passover Lamb, grants us bold access into the Presence, Protection, and Peace of God by Doug Stringer In Exodus 12, Moses and Aaron speak to Pharaoh and say, “Let my people go.” Yet he keeps denying them even through all the plagues. Before the final plague, which is a plague of death, God […]

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Discernment to Rise Above

In late October of 2019, I had a vivid dream that stirred my spirit. It was a bit disturbing and unsettling. In the dream, I was invited to do some sort of invocation before the men and women of Congress. I remember thinking to myself, “I don’t know if I want to share what is […]

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The Word Works!

At the National Prayer Breakfast in 1983, President Ronald Reagan announced that the year had been declared National Year of the Bible. He had been authorized to do so by a Senate joint resolution, which cited that the Bible has made a unique contribution in shaping the United States as a distinctive and blessed nation. […]

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The Tragedies of Covetousness: The Golden Rule Part 4

In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus used the commandments prohibiting murder and adultery to illustrate the truth that obedience begins in the heart. The religious leaders of his day didn’t understand this truth; they believed a person was obeying God if he simply refrained from committing the physical acts of murder, adultery, and stealing. […]

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