How do you handle disappointment?
For generations Christian women were told that their services in the Church were few and well-defined: things like minding the kids or working in the kitchen preparing food. But what does the Bible actually say about the role of women?
The Pharisees of Jesus’ day held many of God’s people in a prison of impossible-to-follow rules, religious ritual, dead works and controlling elitism. Not surprisingly, the same religious spirit which dominated their philosophies is still alive and kicking in much of modern-day Christianity.
In his newly updated book, Distorted Images of God’s Heart: Phariseeism in the Modern Day Church, Gary Fishman exposes the workings of Phariseeism so that we can begin to walk in the glory, power and holiness that the Lord intended. Click here to purchase your copy now: http://amzn.to/2uctH3S
Guilt, shame and condemnation are destiny killers. These powerful lies have destroyed so many lives by convincing people that there is no hope for them to have a better life.
But God’s truth and grace are greater and He will not only set you free and heal you, He will restore what was lost… as if it never happened.
Chaplain Jackie Carrero is our special guest on this episode of Strategic Insights.
There are only two possibilities: either you are controlling your mind, or your mind is controlling you.
For most people, the sad reality is that they are being controlled everyday by negative thoughts, temptations, bad feelings or worse.
How can you break free? Only through God’s kind of “mind control.”
Is it possible to live in such a way that no matter how crazy things get, you remain in a place of total peace and rest? On tonight’s Strategic Insights we interview Miguel Alvarez, who will share his testimony and the truth he has learned about abiding in the secret place of God’s love.
En este episodio de Rompiendo Esquemas Religiosos, Julissa conversa con Joe Lescano sobre la Identidad Cristiana. Joe Lescano explica como ha logrado comprender su verdadera Identidad Cristiana, y habla de algunos de Los esquemas erroneos religiosos que ha vivido en la iglesia evangelica, desde sus 18 anos de edad.
Who was this brave woman who boldly took to the streets and alleyways to proclaim the word of the Lord? What did she accomplish that forever changed the lives of those who heeded her call and found the freedom God created them to enjoy? And why is her story SO important for us here in this 21st century?
What does a biblical concept of freedom encompass? Is freedom only an inward spiritual state or are political and social freedom also biblical ideals? Are issues such as oppression and slavery important to the Father or is He only concerned with our lives in the world to come?