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Over the next 5 months, God affirmed to Kirsten and I that we are being called to plant a new work of the Gospel in Woodland, CA.
With having everything but community, the Gospel need for Brickell is great.
17:9) • Because our children are naturally on the road to destruction, we must proclaim the gospel to them from a very young age.
THE GOSPEL MATRIX UNVEILING THE BIBLE’S HIDDEN CONDEMNATION OF CHRISTIANITY The Gatekeeper Copyright © 2015 The Gatekeeper (Reign, D.) All contents of this book are copyrighted and forbidden from being unlawfully altered, reproduced, or otherwise redistributed apart from the verifiable permission of The Gatekeeper.
Not nessisarily because it is my favorite gospel, although it does have some of the best parts in it.
a blare of trumpets for the Lord Second Reading Ephesians 1:17-23 Gospel Luke 24:46-53 Phone:
FOR REFLECTION Spiritual disciplines must be accompanied by a deep saturation in the gospel.
And those observa tions have led to a careful reconsideration of the entire sub ject of gospel missionary work both from the standpoint of Scripture testimony and from the standpoint of human theory and practice.
Be absolutely honest in your application about physical or emotional limitations. Missions will push you. Give the Brethren the best information you can to help place you where you can best serve. MISSION DEMANDS, RESULTS, AND PREPARATION Domain Demands Results Preparation What will be tested? SOCIAL What will be hard? What will I get from doing it? How can I prepare? • How well will I get along with • others (companion, investigator, • member, other) • PHYSICAL • How well can I take care of myself? • • • EMOTIONAL How well do I handle conflict, difference, stress? • • • • Not everyone will like you, and you will have to learn to get along anyway You will be in close contact with those who differ from you (companions who differ) You will not always agree with those in leadership and will have to still be obedient and helpful You will to have to be patient with crazy people, depressed people, addicted people, and others You have to do your chores (cooking, cleaning, organizing) You will work hard and be physically tired You will get sick and have companions get sick and you will have to deal with it yourself You will have to live within a budget Your buttons will be pushed You will be rejected You will have to let go of traditional sources of emotional strength (music, friends, quiet walks, TV, sports, etc.) You will have to talk to people (be an extrovert) • • • • An ability to talk to and connect with anyone about their issues A gift of caring for others and loving them An appreciation for others who may differ from you An ability to make friends with both men and women, old and young, alike and different • • • • • • • • An ability to be independent and have self confidence An ability to transition and move Discipline and self‐control around time, space, and money • • • • • • • An ability to learn patience and self mastery Awareness of your strengths and weaknesses An ability to face tough challenges and respond well • • • Talk to an adult about serious issues for 5 minutes Learn to ask questions to “know” someone Hang out with someone you are not comfortable with; learn to get along Apologize for something you did that bothered someone else Bring up a problem in a friendly, constructive way For a day or a week do everything for yourself Get in shape … nutrition, exercise, sleep Manage a budget. Know what things cost. Do your family shopping for a week starting with meal planning Do some self discovery: what is my relationship style? What bothers me? How flexible can I be? Practice controlling anger Next time you make a mistake, don’t hide from it; face it INTELLECTUAL • You will have to really learn the How well do I learn? How inquisitive am I? • • SPIRITUAL How well do I receive the spirit? • • • • gospel, not superficial answers, but real insights You will have to master a new culture and work with people to help them, not you You may have to learn a new language or speak English better Your testimony will be challenged You will likely have moments of doubt You will have to learn the gospel and live it You may have to chose between obedience and popularity • • • • • • • An ability to identify and solve problems in depth A capacity for learning that will apply to your academic and professional life An ability to define value through the eyes of others An ability to take risks that take you out of your comfort zone • • • • • • • An ability to have your personal • witness of the truth of the • gospel An ability to hear and recognize • the voice of the Lord An awareness of how you find and feel the spirit in your life • • Bear testimony: because of Really study the gospel: prepare talks, ask why questions (5 whys’), practice teaching Think like an investigator Read and learn about the scriptures … make seminary real Memorize scriptures Study a language Study Preach My Gospel Really pray … loud, list, long Find your spiritual language: what gives me the spirit Challenge yourself to tune in to a spiritual experience 5 days a week Read Hearing the Voice of the Lord Be ready to introduce yourself, teach 1st lesson, give key talks
God’s movement to carry the Gospel Across Ethiopia “But to all who did receive him, who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God...” - John 1:12 After three plane flights, a 15 hour overnight car ride and a little bit of In addition they have helped raise up local evangelists who then in turn do walking our team arrived in the tribal regions of Western Ethiopia ready to meet the Gumuz people.
The ARK initiative is actively involved in proclaiming the gospel of Jesus through the seven states &
The wandering wise man who said “Become passersby!” (Gospel of Thomas 42).
The Church of Pentecost - The Church - History This same jesus, which has been taken from you into heaven, shall come back in like manner as you have seen him go into heaven (Acts 1:11) 5/2/11 11:12 AM Home MISSION STATEMENT The CHURCH OF PENTECOST exists to bring all people everywhere to the saving knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ through the proclamation of the gospel, the planting of churches and the equipping of believers for every God-glorifying >>more If anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation;
BISHOP FOSTER’S NEW GOSPEL On Sunday, September 23rd, Bishop Foster preached before the Pittsburgh Annual Conference of the M.
e., whether the time given them was literal or symbolic tim e], unto whom it was re vealed, that not unto themselves, but unto us [the Gospel Church] they did minister.
Good questions… There are currently over 900 people groups (around 300 million people!) throughout Africa that have never been reached with the Gospel of Jesus Christ!
To the intent that now unto the principalities and powers in heavenly places might be known by the church the manifold wisdom of God,” The great commission to preach the gospel, and now the rulers of the Gentiles (principalities and power in heavenly places) would need to hear the gospel.
with what deep concern and wise forethought he considered all the interests of that body, even to the end of the Gospel Our Lord’s object in selecting the twelve at that time was age— the period of the church’s probation.
In conclusion, since the Apostles urged the church as soldiers, as a priesthood, as disciples or imitators, as the body members, as living stones of the temple, and as "a cha�te virgin, espoused to one husband"-Christ,* we believe that all of these expressions were but variations of the same call, and to the same class, because during this Gospel Age there has been but one-the high calling and all are "called i n ONE HOPE of your calling."
For if he that cometh preacheth another Jesus, whom we have not preached, or is ye receive another spirit, which ye have not received, or another gospel, which ye have not accepted, ye might well bear with him.” —2 Corinthians 11:3-4 Please consider and accept the Scriptural Jesus and His finished work at the Cross and become a fantastic Missionary for the Jesus of Biblical Scripture.
THE CLOSING WORK The transition from the Jewish age to the Gospel age covered a period of a little more than seventy years, reaching from the birth of Christ to the destruction of Jerusalem.
Here Paul was for the time safe from his enemies, the Jews, and free, under the protection of his lenient and favorably disposed captors, to preach the gospel to all who would hear both Jews and Gentiles.