Archive for month: February, 2011

Live From Chattanooga

Categories: All Posts, Video Teachings

This video teaching was done at Perry Stone's Main Event Campmeeting in Chattanooga TN. As many of you know, I've known Perry for over twenty years and, at one time, worked for him as a researcher and writer. This message intended to emphasize the misconceptions that many Christians have about how God views time; how He presents His Word and how it is to be understood. I also went on to discuss the issue of mixing and mingling and how it has undermined the intent of many churches and leaders. I have to tell you that this is one of my favorite video teachings that we have. I hope you will enjoy it as well. (2-part Approximately 70 minutes)

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Preparing for the Coming Food Crisis

Categories: All Posts, Audio Teachings

Shalom everyone and thank you for your support. This post is an audio teaching and discussion about the concerns many, including myself, have about an impending global food crisis. The recent uprisings in Egypt, Tunisia and Algeria may be harbingers of more to come. The case for why we should be concerned and the Father's purpose is covered in part 1 while part 2 focuses more on the practical ways in which we should prepare for this possibility. (Approximately 90 minutes)

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Crisis in Egypt: Mingling With the Seed of Men

Categories: All Posts, Audio Teachings

This teaching is our "End Time Observation" concerning the recent events in Egypt. Specifically, I address the possible role of the Muslim Brotherhood in these protests and how the Brotherhood is attempting to cloak its goal - the establishment of a fundamental Islamic state with Sharia as the law of the land - with the robes of "democratic" reform. They are attempting to mingle Islamic principle with self-rule principles - two things that don't mix. Is this possibly what Daniel alluded to when he spoke of the last kingdom before the Messiah (the feet of iron and clay)? Daniel tells us that the ten kings of that kingdom "mixed with the seed of men." Hope you enjoy! (Approximately 60 minutes)

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Report on Sweden Trip

Categories: All Posts, General, The Gleaning Corner

Last month was very busy for us but also very exciting. On December 28, Beth, Alan, Allison and I left for Stockholm, Sweden on our first ever European speaking engagement. We were warmly greeted (quite ironic considering the snow was up to your eyeballs and the temperature was close to Zero) by our hosts, the Forslunds and Enbloms. The conference was, in my opinion, a great success. It was amazing to see how many people showed up in the midst of a weather system that was constantly dumping snow. Some people traveled as long as 7-8 hours on a train from the northern part of Sweden, Norway and even St. Petersburg, Russia! It was both exciting and humbling. All the meetings were filmed and plans are underway to air these sessions on Sweden’s only Christian television network, perhaps as early as March. Also, there have been thoughts of trying to air them on the largest European Christian network – Gospel Television Europe – which would reach into the entire European continent. Pray that the Father’s will in this matter be accomplished.

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Going to the Mountain

Categories: All Posts, Audio Teachings, General, The Gleaning Corner

This is a recent message recorded at New Life Christian Center in San Antonio, TX. As you will hear, this group is rather lively and so it was easy for me to get somewhat lively myself. In this message I share some of the distinctions between Esau and Jacob as well as the principle of learning to walk as Israel so that we may overcome the Adversary. In the process, we oftentimes discover that to bruise his head means that our heel must also be bruised. Finally, I concluded with a personal testimony of some events in my life that have left me with this impression: the level of commitment that was sufficient for yesterday's test will not be sufficient for the test that lies ahead. I hope you enjoy the message. (Approximately 75 minutes)

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