Month: July 2018

Four Marking Characteristics Of The “New Faith Movement” Part 3

The last few weeks we’ve been talking about some of the ways today’s faith movement tends to differ with some of the faith and healing movements of the past. (See part 1 and part 2) Today we are looking at

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Four Marking Characteristics Of The “New Faith Movement” Part 2

Last week we started our discussion of how the “new faith movement” differs from several “faith movements” that people are familiar with from the past. We started by talking about how the focus is changing from “getting your healing” to ministering

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Four Marking Characteristics Of The New “Faith Movement” Part 1

When we begin ministering to others and talking about faith and God’s will to heal, it sometimes uncovers a lot of emotional pain. When I started seeing God heal people, I was weeping all the time because of what I

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The Supernatural Grace Of Giving

Last week and the week before, we contrasted the stories of two widow’s who gave offerings out of dire need. One of these widows experienced a miracle of supernatural provision. The other? Jesus grieved over her oppression. Have you ever

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