The kind of leadership God is bringing to the church as new nations and people experience revival.
Dr. Don's Latest
So, we started down this American path of updating the Bible to fit the 1960s and started looking for a way to make Jesus say, “Don’t judge.” We can only do this by ignoring the passage in context, the remainder of the words of Jesus, the instructions of Paul, and the behavior of all apostles and kingdom leaders in the new covenant portion, and the principle, processes, and protocols of kingdom culture.> Read More
Modern church-growthism cannot be judged any less guilty of syncretism than Dark Ages Roman error. By combining Renaissance thinking and humanism – the autonomy of Man – with its contemporary, limited “authority of the Bible” hodge-podge. Blending existing culture into church-anity is the opposite of kingdom culture. You will find this basic to church-growthism but contrary to the strategy of the King.> Read More
The “Not Yet, but Later” idea misses the entire point about the kingdom of God. It says the spiritual kingdom is not as real as the physical manifestation of the spiritual kingdom. That kingdom will always be spiritual with a physical manifestation. The issue at present isn’t whether or not we have the kingdom or the manifestation of the fullness of the kingdom, but the hiddenness of the glory of the kingdom. We must discuss the influence of the kingdom of God in the Earth as a kingdom instead of ignoring the kingdom of God as if “church” substitutes for it until the physical return of the King.> Read More