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  • On Being The Church Of The Living God Series

    Contributed by Eloy Gonzalez on Jun 7, 2009
    based on 11 ratings
     | 3,083 views

    An introduction to a new ministry vision. In this message, the context for the Church is set and the four pillars of the new ministry vision are introduced: Discipleship; Assimilation; Biblical Peacemaking; Leadership Development.

    Yesterday, the events of the Normandy invasion – D-Day – were remembered. On that day, the largest amphibious invasion of all time was launched by the allied forces in order to retake Europe. On D-Day, about 160,000 troops landed on the beaches of Normandy. The planning and logistics were ...read more

  • The 4 Spirits Operating In The Church Today Series

    Contributed by Melvin Maughmer, Jr. on Sep 27, 2007
    based on 65 ratings
     | 40,176 views

    The church was ushered in in a blaze of glory changing everything and everyone it cane in contact with. It is against God’s will for it to be a lifeless, ritualistic practice that it has become today.

    “The Four Spirits Operating in the Church Today” By District Elder Melvin L., Maughmer, Jr. Subtopic: Enee, Meene, Miney, Moe. Scriptures: 2nd Timothy 3:1, 2nd Timothy 4:3&4, Romans 12:2, Amos 6:1, Revelation 3:11, Revelation 22:12. TEXT COMBINED:- “This know also, that in the ...read more

  • On Being Hospitable Series

    Contributed by Eloy Gonzalez on Jun 19, 2009
    based on 12 ratings
     | 6,001 views

    Part II of the Four-Part Vision: God instructs his people to practice hospitality. What does this mean as we receive guests in our congregations? Are we ill-prepared to welcome our guests? Or do we receive them as the blessing and gift that God intended?

    Congregations are families. The longer that they are together, usually the harder it is to let other people become part of the inner circle of the church. And yet, we know that – just as we are to be hospitable as families – we are also called to be hospitable as groups of believers. The writer ...read more