Category Archives: Spiritual Leadership

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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Holy Spirit or Holy Ghost?

Holy Spirit or Holy Ghost? I recently had a person ask me, “Are the Holy Spirit and the Holy Ghost two different beings? You get the Holy Spirit when you are saved, but you get the Holy Ghost when you … Continue reading

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How Tongues Speaking Fits into the Big Picture

Here is an excerpt from our most recent article in the Enrichment Journal entitled, “A Thirty-Something Minister Looks at Initial Evidence.” To read the entire article, click here. _______________________________Did tongues speaking suddenly show up out of nowhere? Is the Book … Continue reading

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NEW Holy Spirit DVD Curriculum for KIDS!

A brand new DVD curriculum about Spirit Baptism for elementary-aged kids is now available from familyactionagents.com. It is loosely based on our children’s book, “Kid Power!”, and contains six interactive 20-30 minute segments suitable for children’s ministry, small groups or … Continue reading

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Teaching Helps on Spirit Baptism as a Separate Event After Salvation

Here is the latest installment in our series of articles in the Enrichment Journal: http://enrichmentjournal.ag.org/201002/201002_119_HS_Separate.cfm This article deals with some practical teaching helps to frame Spirit Baptism as a post-conversion anointing experience. Please take in the EXCELLENT article by Dr. … Continue reading

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The Anointing of Jesus and How It Applies to Us

This is an excerpt from our current article, “Jesus The Anointed One: Our Example for Supernatural Ministry,” in the series of practical Pneumatology articles featured in Enrichment Journal (Fall 2009-Summer 2010).—————–Did Jesus perform miraculous acts purely out of His raw … Continue reading

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Rare Pentecostal/ Healing Books Available Again!

Many dismiss the ministry, experience and contributions of A. A. Allen because of his latter years–which were filled with increasingly suspicious behavior. But, whatever your opinion may be, few doubt the effectiveness of his early ministry. Since his death, the … Continue reading

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Revolutionaries

One of the most encouraging and empowering books I’ve read in a long time is Matt Brown’s Revolutionaries:Men and Women in Every Century Who Advanced Christianity. Revolutionaries surveys over 40 men and women–from the first century until modern times–who laid … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Legacy of Oral Roberts

Today I watched the Oral Roberts memorial service live on TV. Rightly hailed as a central figure in Christianity in general and Pentecostalism in specific, Roberts’ legacy lives on through countless protégé’s, a major Christian university, and many, many other … Continue reading

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