Are We Finally Ready to “Get Real?”
Wm. Paul Young’s best selling novel turned movie, “The Shack,” has stirred almost as much controversy in the church as Donald Trump’s election as President. Most Christians either love it or hate it, depending on how “religious” their personal beliefs happen to be.
So which is it? A heretical treatment of the Godhead and fundamental Biblical theology, or a feel-good story of one man’s painful journey toward a meaningful relationship with the Lord?
In the parable of the Prodigal Son, the elder brother was very critical of the younger. Despite this, the welcoming love of the father provided a safe place of healing for his young son. On this episode of Strategic Insights, Gary and Russ share what God the Father is doing in this season for His wounded prodigals who are returning to Him.
Gary and Russ share what God is doing to shake the Church through the restoration of apostles and an apostolic focus. Are there truly apostles alive today, and what impact does this have for your life and destiny?
Gary and Russ share what God is saying and doing to release awakening/revival upon the next generation, and how spiritual mom & dads are crucial to establishing a kingdom culture where young people can thrive and become fire-starters wherever they go.
On tonight’s Strategic Insights Gary and Russ share revelation about the orphan spirit, and the rise of spiritual mothers and fathers who are gifted and anointed to bring healing and freedom to those who suffer the effects of living like abandoned children.
How well do you handle offense? Most of us find it very difficult to overlook people’s bad attitudes and behavior toward us. One of the most remarkable examples of an “unoffendable” heart is seen in the Father of the prodigal son, who didn’t take his son’s bad choices personally.
How does God really feel about you? The story of Esther gives us some amazing insights into this question. Experiencing this truth will change how you see God… and yourself.
The Old Testament ends with God’s promise to restore a very special relationship: fathers and children (Malachi 4:5-6). What’s His plan for us, and why is the spirit of Elijah involved?
In the Book of Esther, Esther is a picture of the bride of Christ. She went from an orphan girl to being chosen as queen. In the same way we fatherless but now we are children of God and have Jesus who is King of Kings as our bridegroom. How can the love of God the Father help us overcome brokenness that has resulted from issues with our natural fathers?