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We know that Todd’s behavior is a pattern of behavior that continued for fifteen years, during which time he was in ministry and leading ministries. We know that the people victimized by his leadership were close to him, vulnerable to him because of his anointing, and trusting because he used his role and position to take advantage of them.> Read More
In other words, entering the Roaring Twenties, we should reset our value system to a Biblical point of view about the value of overseers with expertise and experience, both of which are gained by extended exposure to the graphe, rhema, and Logos. We should regain our appreciation and appraisal of the scholar of the written Word.> Read More
The famous phrase from Paul’s discussion of kingdom leadership, “equipping the saints,” ain’t about equipping. At least, not so much. The idea that local church pastors teach people to do stuff so they aren’t doing it all – well, that is so far removed from what Paul discusses that we need to start all over to think about Ephesians 4.> Read More
To the specific point of the urban legend about the original church had no building or budgets, led by one apostle, distributed in house churches is not the model for the New Era Reformation.> Read More