TruthTalks: Wrapping Up – The Church Jesus would Attend Series

  Here is the audio of the last in the TruthTalks series: The Church Jesus would Attend. In this TruthTalk I take you through my final 3 criteria and give an overview and general conclusion. If you have missed this series and would like to start from the first post, click HERE,

Wrapping Up The Church Jesus would Attend Series

In this eighth and final post in the current series, I intend to wrap things up by summarising a little and by dealing briefly with the last three items on my original list of indicators of and responses to the presence of God. Right up front, I stated that in this series I would

Anointed Leadership: The Church Jesus would Attend Series

God anoints men and woman to lead; this fact is indisputably taught and demonstrated in both the Old and New Testaments. Unsurprisingly then, anointed leadership is one of the evidences and criteria for the presence of God in a Sunday church service. In this series, I am considering only what happens in a corporate

TruthTalks: Ministering in the Power of the Holy Spirit – The Church Jesus would Attend series

Why are gifts of the Spirit, signs of the presence of the Lord Jesus among us? What do we do when we are prompted by the Holy Spirit during a church service? In this podcast, I clarify and expand on last weeks post which can be found HERE. This is part of “The

TruthTalks: What Church would Jesus attend?

Following last weeks post, I talk briefly about the nine indicators of the presence of God in our church services. After that, Karen and I and have a lively (as always) question and answer session. Click on the play button below to listen and, as always, your comments and questions are most welcome 🙂

What Kind of Church would Jesus Attend?

My daughter suggested I write about the kind of church Jesus would attend. I have been thinking about it and I think it is something all Christians, and especially church leaders, need to consider. Attend is a rather formal word that evokes thoughts of annual general meetings and other formal business-like occasions, but it is

Exposing ourselves in public

When we expose someone in public then we often end up exposing ourselves in public. A big-name pastor says something that smacks of heresy and dozens of church teachers rush to denounce him as a false prophet. A local church preacher says something that offends someone’s entrenched doctrine and he might well receive an

Spiritual Warfare – does the church need to be delivered from this?

Wherever I can, I like to write articles out of current experiences, and if it were not for a recent conversation with a congregation member, I would not have thought that the subject of Spiritual Warfare was still relevant. In 2010 I wrote on the armour of God and in 2016 on the weapons

TruthTalks: Women’s role in the Church

Dr. Christopher Peppler and I discuss women’s role in the church as it was, is, and should be. Apart from really enjoying and gaining (in my opinion) much needed insight into my faith when I do these TruthTalks with Christopher Peppler, it can still feel disheartening when I think of how few people know

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