How does God’s grace work to create transformation in our lives? Learn how you can avoid the false beliefs that hinder your growth, and how to respond more consistently to His life-changing presence.
In Mark 11 Jesus curses a fig tree and it dies. He uses this incident as an illustration of the authority we’ve been given to speak to situations that are not in alignment with Father God’s heart and will. What does it mean for you to “speak to your mountain” and see it move?
Most Christians have been taught how to worship using Old Testament scriptures that describe various physical actions. While those are all valid expressions of praise and worship, there is so much more that is possible for us to experience and participate in under the New Covenant.
Discover the differences between Old Covenant vs. New Covenant worship and what it means to be part of the Royal Priesthood.
Jesus made it clear that worship was and is the Father’s idea. Yet so many Christians have been taught and influenced to see worship as something we initiate and control, according to our particular beliefs, culture or traditions.
Discover what is (and what isn’t) true worship, as described by someone who ought to know – Jesus.
Most believers are unaware of the personal preparation that is necessary if we are to effectively exercise our authority in Christ. This goes beyond what we typically call deliverance ministry, because our true calling involves declaring and enforcing the actual manifestation of our King’s will here on earth (Matthew 6:10).