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Controversial

December 7, 2015 in Blog

Controversial is defined as,”giving rise to public disagreement; likely to produce controversy.”

I was sitting last month in a cafe in Indiana with my missionary friend, David Hogan, when he said to our host pastors,”I’m controversial, you know.”
That made me chuckle and I immediately thought of what my British mentor, Arthur Burt, used to tell me about healing evangelist Smith Wigglesworth. Arthur had lived with Smith at one time and said that people either loved Smith or hated him. To most people, he was a strange dichotomy of a man. He could be rough and aggressive one moment, then the next he could weep and sob as he held a sick baby in his arms. In one meeting, a couple with a crippled toddler came forward and set their little boy on the stage for prayer. Smith stepped back, then came forward and booted the boy off the stage. When the boy landed, he hit the ground walking-completely healed! Arthur said,”I saw it with my own eyes, Brother Steve.” When he operated in ways like this, some in the crowd would yell out at him,”You brute!”

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Scotland? Aren’t You A Little Late?

Scotland? Aren’t You A Little Late?

August 13, 2015 in Blog

As I write this we are preparing to send a team of seven to the capital of Scotland, which is the old city of Edinburgh. This team will join a Scottish man and an English lady already there who will make up the nucleus for our new Confirming The Word Bible Training Centre. We invite all Christians 18 and older to come join our school for a saturated time of equipping in the Word and an increase in the power of the Holy Spirit. Our purpose and reason for being there is to help fan the flames of revival in Scotland once again and to be a help and support to the local churches. If you’re interested in our new school–go to www.ctwscotland.uk

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You’re Called To Boulder? Why?

You’re Called To Boulder? Why?

June 11, 2015 in Blog

When I left Bible School in 1979 and told people I was called to start a new church in Boulder, Colorado, more than one person said,’You’re going to that God-Forsaken place?” Others just gave me a look that silently said,”Oh, do I feel sorry for you!”

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The Five F’s

The Five F’s

March 30, 2015 in Blog

The other night I went to bed at 10:30, and at 1:30 my eyes popped wide open. I had that,”Oh no!” feeling inside of me–no more sleep tonight. So, I laid in bed and prayed until 3:30; then, I went downstairs, sat on the couch, and picked up a pen and a piece of paper. I got five words instantly and they all started with the letter F. I knew this was a vital and important message for the church! Here are the five F’s–

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Yield and Flow into Greater Glory

Yield and Flow into Greater Glory

December 1, 2014 in Blog

Read 2 Kings 5:1-16

Our main character here is Naaman the General-the top commander of the army of Syria. He’s powerful, popular, wealthy, BUT he’s hit something that he has no power to fix. He is not a Covenant man. He is not a Jew. The Jews had Jehovah Rapha as their God, hence they had a long history of people being healed.

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