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Prophet: Prophets as Leaders

June 16, 2017

A prevailing sense of isolation among prophets and seers, produced, by erroneous interpretations and implementations of “intimacy with God”, leaves us with people operating in a vacuum who should be fully engaged in open, leadership level, public dialogue. Prophets as leaders escapes us. Some apostles even assume prophets are mouthpieces with no more responsibility than…

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Prophetic Self-Talk

May 13, 2017

Internal Prophetic Communication Every believer has a conversation going on inside, talking to and with themselves as the mind carries on internal dialogue. The conversation is often composed of positives and negatives, or comparisons and contrasts, as the mind analyzes thoughts, combines them into concepts, make decisions, reaches conclusions. Believers argue with themselves a way of…

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Prophet: The Meaning

April 23, 2017

We begin with the basic root word, phe, and add the prefix, pro, to arrive at the most basic meaning of “speak openly.” The basic meaning of the prophetic is “to speak what is hidden openly.” Prophecy communicates hidden, mysterious, or unknown into the open, known, and understandable. We forth tell or foretell, but we…

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God’s Big House: God’s Oikos is a Matrix of Spiritual Eco-systems

March 25, 2017

“You no longer wander as vagabonds outside as illegal immigrants or tourists of God’s kingdom; you are now authorized citizens of God’s oikos.” Ephesians 2:19 God has a big house, the oikos of God. All citizens of the kingdom, born into that citizenry, are authorized to be called “God’s children,” so they live in His…

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Sifting, Added-value, and Restorational Leadership: Moving with Momentum from Season to Season

March 9, 2017

The testing of leaders is necessary, for only in the testing do we measure reality. We don’t test leaders to see if they are called since we’ve determined that before we recognize their calling. We test leaders to measure function and sustainability. Testing is necessary to all concerned with the leadership role they fulfill. Leaders…

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Do You Control Your Focus?

February 25, 2017

Always be Sober In a Leviathan-dominated spiritual condition, controlling the focus of your thinking is vital to maintaining your leadership and representation of heaven. “Always be sober, Timothy,” Paul says. Some people say, “Focus on the positive.” That can also be a dead end of avoidance where responsibility requires us to be problem-solvers. Of course,…

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Blueprint Leadership: Executing God’s Strategies

January 31, 2017

The Blueprint Room I once visited a construction company’s offices to review blueprints, and the company had an entire room dedicated to blueprint storage. Large-drawered cabinets dominated the room, clearly marked, collecting a vast museum of proposed and previously constructed building projects. The person I was with went to a drawer and lifted a set…

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Identity: Ministry, Marriage, and Family

January 7, 2017

An observable pattern in ministry often reveals a pathology in the leaders: many ministry marriages and families fail to the point of discrediting or destroying ministry, and many ministry leaders ignore the more important and fundamental foundations upon which kingdom leadership rests. For example, a preponderance of leaders who find identity in ministry undermine the…

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Reconciliation and Restoration, Matthew 18 and more…

January 5, 2017

You know you have kingdom cultural problem when the basis for relationship reconciliation and restoration has no basis in principle, procedure, or protocol. Reading the analysis of commentators and pundits on the breach between Barnabas and Paul over John Mark, one would think their relationship met a suddenly when it would be more consistent to…

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Reconciliation and Restoration

January 5, 2017

You know you have kingdom cultural problem when the basis for relationship reconciliation and restoration has no basis in principle, procedure, or protocol. Reading the analysis of commentators and pundits on the breach between Barnabas and Paul over John Mark, one would think their relationship met a suddenly when it would be more consistent to…

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