Ok. Calling all scholars!Have you heard of people praying for the anointing that was on a departed soul? I have been around this stuff regularly. "I declare the anointing of Kathryn Kulman," or…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by John Brown Apr 27, 2012.
But he did. Let's face it, there a lot of things even Christians wish Paul and Jesus hadn't said but why? Is it because of the way we've been influenced by our culture? Yes there is context and…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Marshall Diakon Oct 18, 2012.
I'm not kidding. Wondering who out there has had to deal with people who are "demonized" or harassed by tormenting spirits. I personally see this ministry all throughout the new testament and without…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Marshall Diakon Oct 10, 2012.
We have a situation with a single mom who's just been coming to our fellowship. Her son is 7 and has autism. This means he makes loud noises and literally climbs the walls or anything that will allow…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim London Oct 1, 2011.
My husband Jarrod and I are from a non-denominational background. Been through the poverty gospel, the prosperity gospel, and what I now call the new charismatic church movement the "revival" gospel.
Something didn't seem right a long time ago but I didn't know what other alternatives there were for practicing Christians to gather until I stumbled on home church. The information Jarrod and I found through Barna and Viola's books, a few websites whetted our appetite for an early church experience.
We are a family of five, blended with three kids. Like a mini brady bunch. I'm a writer, editor of a local magazine and my husband is a musician and recording genius by night, a factory worker by day.
We started Pentecost Sunday in June of 2011. I welcome suggestions, invitations, and prayer of course.
Thanks for stopping by.
The Wood Family
Got a question. A friend of mine and I are discussing Jeremiah 23:34-36 where God is rebuking those who prophecy out of their own imaginations. VERY dangerous business to declare God has said something when He hasn't and it leads that person astray (into sin as is the case in Jeremiah).
Don't get me started on the modern prophetic quack movement.
What I told her is that according 1 Cor. 14:9 we're supposed to carefully evaluate when someone brings a prophetic…Continue
Posted on October 14, 2012 at 10:26am — 1 Comment
The new cross does not slay the sinner, it redirects him. It gears him into a cleaner and jollier way of living and saves his self-respect. To the self-assertive it says, “Come and assert yourself for Christ.” To the egotist it says, “Come and do your boasting in the Lord.” To the thrill seeker it says, “Come and enjoy the thrill of Christian fellowship.” The Christian’s message is slanted in the direction of the current vogue in order to make it acceptable to the…Continue
Posted on October 9, 2012 at 10:23am
It's long but worth the read. Found at http://truthinscripture.com/2010/12/28/stanley-frodsham-1965-prophecy/
Great darkness is coming upon the countries that have heard My gospel but no longer walk in it. My wrath shall be manifested against all ungodliness. It shall come with great intensity. My judgments are literal, and not a thing to be…Continue
Posted on October 4, 2012 at 10:38pm