Dear friends of our ministry from around the world! Some of you have been to Bulgaria and have visited our ministry’s base there, some of you haven’t. I saw this building first in a vision on New Years’s Eve in 1994. The Government had just shut down our church in June ’94. By December, from […]
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Bringing the message of God’s eternal love to our generation might be more of a challenge than what most of us realize. This is partly due to the fact that today’s popular culture seems to be constantly pushing people into the pursuit of ‘originality’. This post is an exhortation from a Biblical standpoint. According to […]
You and I have been created with the energy to create energy. This energy will either be wasted, or put towards the purpose of God in your life. For example, according to FactRetriever.com, “every day, the heart creates enough energy to drive a truck 20 miles. In a lifetime, that is equivalent to driving to […]
By Samuel Rivers, Jr. for Threefold Christian Alliance Today, the Church is losing its influence in American culture, and Apostles, Prophets, and the Saints should do something about it. It is time to take action and ready ourselves to go through the Gates of Our Nation, States, Counties, and Cities to serve the world. For […]
In this first of a series of posts I will feature under the category “Great Leaders”, I want to share with you the story of how the famous “Roaring Lion” Churchill photograph came about. Turns out Yousuf Karsh, the photographer who took the shot, is largely responsible for the famous face Churchill made on that […]
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So what does ‘revelation’ mean anyway? Let’s take a look at some texts in the New Testament and try to get some clarity on this. The apostle Paul wrote about the importance of revelation knowledge on a number of occasions. However, it’s worth noting there is, of course, a whole entire book in the New […]
Someone asked me recently how I define a micro-church. I think this has yet to be determined and defined, but there are some basics attributes of what makes a healthy micro-church that shouldn’t be too difficult for us to understand. First off, it’s probably a good thing to ask ourselves how do we define “church”, […]
I’d like to take this opportunity and share with you not only this picture, which my friend had just uploaded on Facebook, but also share in brief the story of one of the most amazing people I’ve come to know in the last 2 decades. Meet Peter Peev, who is, amongst other things married to […]
May 11, 2015 Here I am in a small plane with my buddy Chris, (to how many places around the world have we been together now, Chris?) approaching Masbate – one of Philippines’ 7,000 islands, home to some 85,000 people. We’re coming here trusting the leadership of pastor Roy. Why do I trust pastor […]