Tell us about yourself and your ministry. I am serving as the coordinator over our junior high ministry at my local church, to which I brag with pride to all of our saints that it's "the best ministry on campus." They may argue that it's the most emotional, which I laugh

Creating A Climate For My Revival

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“Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me” (Psalm 51:10). In David’s prayer we see modeled humility, the beginning of all true worship and the recipe for revival in our own personal lives and local churches. Revival within a local church congregation is not

Finding Truth in the Maze of Tradition

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“Our aim is to enlighten the thousands of perplexed and bewildered souls who are earnestly seeking, amid the maze of men's traditions, to find the true doctrine of our Lord Jesus Christ. Our commitment is to continue to reach out to our city with the soul saving, life changing message

Preaching, A Necessity for Growth

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“For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God” – 1 Corinthians 1:18   We live in a time where there seem to be so many quick fixes, latest greatest books, and other things concerning church growth.

Secret Prayer

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Rev. Danny St. Clair, IN District Supt., ALJC School of Prayer, Brownsburg, IN “As a deer panteth after the water brook, my soul, O God, panteth for thee” (Psalm 42:1). There was something in the heart of the Psalmist that wasn’t content to simply exist. There was a passion in his

Brian Norman – Revival Concepts

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What Are You Hearing and Seeing?   “And Elijah said unto Ahab, Get thee up, eat and drink; for there is a sound of abundance of rain” - 1 Kings 18:41   It is amazing how much of the Bible focuses on our hearing and vision. There are positive and negative things associated with

Connecting Point for Revival

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Connecting Point for Revival Just an hour east of Nashville is the small factory and farming town of Smithville, Tennessee, home of the dynamic congregation of New Life United Pentecostal Church, pastored by IBC alumnus Dwayne Cornelius. “Welcome to the most exciting church in DeKalb County” is the signature phrase at

Revival Inside and Out

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  “A revival pastor has his priorities in the realm of evangelism, will utilize methods of ‘developing and training,’ and will always be looking for harvest opportunities.” This statement was made by Raymond Woodson of Vancouver, Washington. He and his wife, Jill, have been pastoring at the Vancouver United Pentecostal Church

Thank God For The Blood

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Thank God for the Blood by Greg Godwin Romans 3: 23-25 says that all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God; Being justified freely by His grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus: Whom God hath set forth to be a propitiation through faith in His blood.

Expecting Revival

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  What does revival look like? Pastor Michael D. Hook of True Life Church in Waukesha, Wisconsin has this to say, “Every time I’m in the pulpit, I talk about revival. I speak on revival, miracles, deliverance and healing in every service. I expect the miraculous every time we come together.

Navajo Nation Hungry For God

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Volume 23 Issue 5 Navajo Nation Hungry For God If you were told there was a nation within a nation hungry for the gospel but wasn't getting enough truth to feast on, would you believe it? Well, in the states of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah covering more than 27,000 miles of

Faith, Hope and Revival

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  "Without trying to sound oversimplistic ... I think the most important key to having a growing church is to WANT to have a growing church." These are the words of Jimmy Toney, pastor of the recently planted Lexington Tabernacle in Lexington, KY. "I don't think there is necessarily one area of