In this episode, we answer questions from you such as:
Can you be saved but not delivered from an addiction? Or once you say the sinner’s prayer and get baptized then all addictions go as well or is deliverance a process after salvation?In regards to marriage, how do you deal with a young person bringing in an unsaved person to church in the hope that they get saved to marry them?How can a spouse begin to trust again after infidelity?Since my childhood, I wanted to be a pastor and now I...
In this episode we discuss:
- the meaning and types of divination
- identifying churches in divination
- consequences of meddling with the spirit of divination
- steps to being delivered from divination
In this episode, we discuss:
- Signs that a married couple have lost or are losing their emotional connection
- Destructive behavior in a marriage
- How to begin restoring the emotional connection in a marriage
- The dangers of blaming, and the need to take responsibility
Rev. Dennis Balcombe, missionary to China, shares about the arrows of revival in China, and how believers can walk in revival in their own lives. Having personally experienced persecution and revival in China, Balcombe provides a unique perspective on the move of God around the world. As one who has passed on revival to the next generation, he also shares with us how we can ensure that the Spirit of Revival continues in the generations to come.
We interview Bishop Sam Kumar, called the John the Baptist of India by Charisma Magazine, and the leader of the Revival Center of India. Bishop Kumar is a revival scholar, who regularly travels the world to ignite and study revival. He studied missions at Elim Institute in New York and holds two degrees from Regent University. He has traveled to over 55 countries fanning the flames of revival. The interview is about places of revival; the focus in this first part of the interview is on the...
This week we address another AntiRevival Doctrine: Once Saved Always Saved. First, we discuss your assurance of salvation, or security in Christ. Then, we discuss the possibility or not of losing salvation.
Today, there is an increase in doctrines in the church world that quells the hunger for revival. We call these teachings anti-revival doctrines. This episode introduces anti-revival doctrines and focuses on hyper-grace. We answer questions such as: Should believers confess their sins to God; Does God convict or correct the believer of sin; Are our future sins already forgiven? We address these questions biblically.
We continue our discussion on women leading in ministry (pastors, ministers, church leaders) presenting Biblical support for women to lead in ministry including examples from the Bible, the general teaching of scripture, and practical Biblical principles.