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Thanksgiving, Earthquakes and Emotional Breakdowns

Yesterday I was reflecting about the meaning of being thankful. My mind went to the usual–and accurate–places; I am thankful to God, for my family, friends, etc. However, the more deeply I thought about it, a vivid memory surfaced–one that … Continue reading

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Announcing Humanitarian Partnership with WSI

It is our joy to announce a new, strategic partnership with WSI, a leading provider of clean water solutions in impoverished areas of East Africa. We had been praying about how Enloe Ministries could be more involved in humanitarian outreach … Continue reading

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19 Years Ago…

Nineteen years ago this May, Rochelle and I graduated from Central Bible College in Springfield, MO.  We did not know exactly what God had for us except that we were called to teach on the Holy Spirit in itinerant ministry. … Continue reading

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Disengaged from Corporate Worship Experiences: A Study in Humility

Our experiences with the Holy Spirit generally happen in one of two venues: in a group setting or when we are alone. While we value and appreciate all experiences with God, many times we neglect to see a major positive … Continue reading

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Interview with Dr. George Wood

Here is our recent interview with Dr. George Wood, General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God. We discuss issues relating to the rational mind and the working of the Holy Spirit, particularly Spirit baptism.

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Missions project in Indonesia

Hi everyone. Many of you know that we as a family and as a ministry are deeply invested in Indonesian missions and humanitarian aid. Click here to see the exciting project that is almost completed! This Children’s House is a … Continue reading

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Aftertaste: The Lakeland Healing Revival

In my two previous posts on Lakeland and Todd Bentley, I encouraged prayer for the leadership there–particularly Bentley.  I want to continue that call and add another subject to that prayer list: disillusioned people. Since the apparent fizzling of the … Continue reading

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