Why Seeker-Sensitive Ministries Are So Foolish

Why Seeker-Sensitive Ministries Are So Foolish by JOHN BURTON for Charisma News A move of God in Jesse, West Virginia has left many wondering—how could any pastor promote seeker sensitive ministry? This is what revival looks like. Surrendered hearts, holy fire, relentless worship. Intercession. Chains broken, healing happening, persistent people who are hungry for more. Firebrands. Revivalists. Reformers. Revolutionaries. Pursuing the face of God and His heart. Different states, different intercessors, all coming together with one voice: a cry for the fire of God and revival to hit this land…

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Half of Pastors Worry They’ll Offend Someone if They Preach on Controversial Topics

Half of Pastors Worry They’ll Offend Someone if They Preach on Controversial Topics By Tré Goins-Phillips for Faith Wire GNN Note – This is, at worst, border line a crime and at best disgusting. We need bold rhetoric from the pulpit. ****** New polling has revealed half of American pastors are too concerned they might offend someone to speak out on hot-button social and moral issues, but could that problem have a simple fix? According to research from the Barna Group, the same issues pastors feel most pressured to preach about are…

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THE GRACE OF GOD AND PRAYER (Podcast)

THE GRACE OF GOD AND PRAYER Podcast by Dave Jenkins for Servants of Grace  MP3 Download / Listen HERE>>> WHAT YOU’LL HEAR IN THIS EPISODE Charles Spurgeon on the implications on how Christians are to approach God in prayer. Christ’s High Priestly ministry and the Christian’s prayer life. Christians and coming to God in prayer with great joy. Christians should come to God with confidence in prayer. The throne of grace and Jesus’ High Priestly ministry. Perseverance and trials in the Christian life. More at Servants of Grace

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The Top Reasons Young People Drop Out of Church

The Top Reasons Young People Drop Out of Church by GRIFFIN PAUL JACKSON – Christianity Today Slightly fewer young adults are dropping out of church after high school, but those who do have more serious reasons for leaving than a decade ago. In a 2017 LifeWay Research surveyreleased today, 66 percent of Americans between 23 and 30 years old said they stopped attending church on a regular basis for at least a year after turning 18, compared to 70 percent in 2007. Most young churchgoers skip out on Sundays at some point…

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