Category Archives: Revival

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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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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Consecration and Anointing: an Old Testament Case Study

This is an excerpt from our current series of articles in The Enrichment Journal; the series runs for one year, starting with this quarter’s issue. For the full article, you can click here: http://enrichmentjournal.ag.org/200904/200904_120_OTPneumatology.cfm_________________________________________________ Zooming in on charismatically endowed individuals … Continue reading

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A Call for the End of "Perfect Church"

My last post generated quite a bit of discussion (at least on FaceBook); and the comments seemed to share a common desire to return to a more biblically authentic worship experience, along with a bit of frustration for the increasing … Continue reading

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What’s in the Original Pentecostal Secret Sauce and how did we lose the recipe?

Disclaimer: Please excuse the following rant. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF A CHRISTIAN WORSHIP SERVICE IN ACTSSo we’ve discussed some missing elements in previous “Secret Sauce” posts but what are the key elements of true corporate worship gatherings in Acts? The following … Continue reading

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21st Century Pentecostalism: Bland Burgers with No Secret Sauce? PART TWO

Have you ever seen a devotional book that has only a snippet of scripture for each day along with several paragraphs (or pages) of the author’s thoughts and reflections?  Devotional books are a helpful, practical tool to consistently assimilate the … Continue reading

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21st Century Pentecostalism: Bland Burgers with No Secret Sauce? PART ONE

Even if you’re not a hamburger fan, the thought of eating a Big Mac without the culinary clown’s  “secret sauce” seems  sacrilegious.  I wonder just what is in Ronald’s top secret concoction?  Perhaps only Mayor McCheese knows for sure. Recently … Continue reading

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Waldorf, Statler and the Lakeland Healing Revival

In the last blog entry, “What Do YOU Think About the Lakeland Healing Revival,” I explained that I was withholding my opinions and judgment because of the infancy of the movement. This pause was in the presence of some disturbing … Continue reading

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What do YOU think about the Lakeland, Florida Healing Revival?

Now lasting over 50 consecutive days, Lakeland, Florida is once again the topic of both the revival hungry and the skeptic–and everyone in between. With what began as a five day meeting with Canadian Evangelist, Todd Bentley, Auburn, FL’s Ignited … Continue reading

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