I had this forwarded onto me… Thanks! – S&P ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sydney & Canberra This Weekend: Guest Revivalist at The Wine Barrel this Sunday A note from Matt in Sydney… Dear Partner’s and Friend’s, Blessings on you! We have been having an amazing time in Sydney… everyone at the meetings is having crazy money miracles happening. … More Matt Ford Wont Like T’his Church: Religious & Money Focused!
Odyssey80 has sent me an article, ‘Truth, Reality, and the Anointing’ by Art Katz. It’s about the state of the Pentecostal church in particular, raising some interesting questions. Here’s a couple of paragraphs which introduce the train of thought in the article: I think I’m sensing something of the Lord’s grief for the condition of … More The State of the Anointing
Just got this e-mail from a friend. Your thoughts? ======================= Patricia King Hi Friends! As most of you know, we are hosting the Phoenix International Christian Film Festival (PICFF) in Phoenix next year from August 23-28, 2010. We are looking for short promotional adverts to promote PICFF that will be aired on GOD TV (USA, … More Pat King Hole – Film Fame Fervor Promotion
Here is a VERY interesting site. http://www.spiritlessons.com/ I wont say much because a friend of mine will be possibly be browsing some of the articles on Signposts02 and he offered me this link. He liked the sites contents. I simply want to know what you think of the website. What are your thoughts? Do you … More An Eye-full Of Christian Material
There’s nothing like a good end times discussion, based on events happening now. In that vein… I received a timely email from Odyssey80 regarding the GFC and Jubilee mere hours before Bull raised the concept of Jubilee on another thread on this site. Here are Odysee80’s musings on the GFC and Jubilee – is the … More The GFC and Jubilee
I am just hoping that these schools are free so that no one is wasting their money on such baloney. (BTW – “G” bomb is a glory bomb, direct lingo from the IHOP Prayer24/7 cult.)
I found this article in the Mennonite Weekly Review, ‘Praying at the Mosque’, fascinating. It’s about a Christian who prayed at a mosque in Bethlehem twice a week for three months. He built friendships, was invited to homes, and learnt how Christian’s were viewed by those particular Muslim men. He was entirely clear that his … More Bridging the Gap between Muslims and Christians
In the last thread, Wazza wondered if: “IT entails a particular way of thinking that perhaps is incompatible with the way some church leadership think.” Is this possible? For any uninitiated readers, ‘IT’ stands for ‘Information Technology’ which covers the broad field of computing in all its permutations. Who else here as well as Wazza … More For the IT crowd… and those that know them
This subject comes up from time to time. In the last thread, I commented in passing that there were significantly more single women in my ex-church than single men, probably contributing to the difficulty some women found in meeting a future husband from people attending that church. Since then I came across this article from … More Why are there less men in church?
Bull wrote: I think that we (the body of Christ in the western world) are really rubbish at being family. We don’t tell it like it really is. (Usually so that we don’t offend anyone!) We are not honest with one another. We don’t ask difficult questions, unless we don’t know it’s a difficult question. … More Church As Family