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SEDUCING DECEPTIONS

Our preoccupation with Christian pop stars and charismatic personalities has slowly lowered the biblical bar set for leaders in the Body of Christ. The recent exposures of some high-ranking ministers in the Church have caught many off guard because we’ve determined that gifting and influence are king. We’ve allowed appearances to take priority and haven’t been examining the fruit more carefully. As troubling evidence continues to emerge, it’s clear we’ve given platforms to some leaders who’ve been ministering from a polluted stream.

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SHOULD DAVID BE THE STANDARD BEARER FOR A FALLEN LEADER’S RESTORATION?

In the wake of ministry leaders facing allegations of immoral behavior, followers often look to David’s sin with Bathsheba as a reason to forgive and move on. However, this mindset is not limited to followers but also exists among the leaders themselves. The article emphasizes the need for sincere repentance and recognition of the consequences of one’s actions, emphasizing that the greater one’s influence, the greater the consequences for disobedience.

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ONE MORE YEAR!

I was recently challenged by a word that Eric Metaxas brought to a group of over 500 intercessors in Washington, DC. We were gathered to celebrate the 50th anniversary of

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SEDUCING DECEPTIONS

Our preoccupation with Christian pop stars and charismatic personalities has slowly lowered the biblical bar set for leaders in the Body of Christ. The recent exposures of some high-ranking ministers in the Church have caught many off guard because we’ve determined that gifting and influence are king. We’ve allowed appearances to take priority and haven’t been examining the fruit more carefully. As troubling evidence continues to emerge, it’s clear we’ve given platforms to some leaders who’ve been ministering from a polluted stream.

Read More »

SHOULD DAVID BE THE STANDARD BEARER FOR A FALLEN LEADER’S RESTORATION?

In the wake of ministry leaders facing allegations of immoral behavior, followers often look to David’s sin with Bathsheba as a reason to forgive and move on. However, this mindset is not limited to followers but also exists among the leaders themselves. The article emphasizes the need for sincere repentance and recognition of the consequences of one’s actions, emphasizing that the greater one’s influence, the greater the consequences for disobedience.

Read More »

ONE MORE YEAR!

I was recently challenged by a word that Eric Metaxas brought to a group of over 500 intercessors in Washington, DC. We were gathered to celebrate the 50th anniversary of

Read More »

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