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Malachi And The Tears Of Our Forefathers

Published on August 9, 2012 at 8:30 am by

by Carl Diener (A personal letter written to Wayne C. Anderson from Carl Diener) I can’t be with you for the conference at Vero Beach, Florida, this coming August, but my heart will be with you all there. It is already there in a sense. I couldn’t sleep tonight; the words kept coming to me, “For our posterity”. Ok, so hang with it; I know where this is going. I am not going to get any sleep tonight until I ... View Article »

Wayne C Anderson

The Place of Faith

Published on May 30, 2012 at 3:37 pm by

There is a place that the Father of us all has prepared for you to dwell. It is there that His blessings are the atmosphere which you breathe. It is there that you abide right now. It is of great value to you that you acknowledge His presence every moment and consider the dwelling place that He has prepared for you. Look for Him. You will see Him. Then feast your eyes upon the beauty of HIS majestic presence and ... View Article »

Wayne C Anderson


Published on April 14, 2012 at 10:14 pm by

Covenant plays a strong functional, foundational, and yet silent role in the creation of all things. Matters of physical, as well as spiritual, social, and even celestial existence remain in place and force by the gripping power of covenant. It is by covenant that atoms and molecules remain together and form substance. Even the role of the individual particle in any mass has to do with covenant. When the Lord God created, He did so by the force of His ... View Article »

Kathleen Peck

Practical Ideas For Outreach In Your Community by Kathleen Peck

Published on March 5, 2012 at 6:39 pm by

It often seems the people who we want to reach are just out of our reach and it requires wisdom and counsel from the Lord to discern how to fish our pond. If we are to be sent where we are planted, we need to know our region and the community in which we live. We need to know its “personality” so we may effectively communicate with the people God wants us to reach with Good News. Any cookie cutter ... View Article »

Charity Gustke

Reaching the Lost – Resolute Love by Charity Gustke

Published on March 5, 2012 at 6:38 pm by

– Jesus came to seek and save that which was lost. This is significant for many reasons.  Many think that this scripture is only in reference to salvation from sin, but the reality is that it is all inclusive to the whole finished work of the cross. When He hung on the tree, He redeemed all, and all authority that was lost was redeemed. When my heart ponders the Lord and what He has done for me, I am undone. ... View Article »

Steve Price

Cultivating Our Spiritual Senses by Steve Price

Published on February 3, 2012 at 3:25 pm by

THEN JOB said to the Lord… I had heard of You [only] by the hearing of the ear, but now my [spiritual] eye sees You.  AMP Job 42:1-5 Job said that he saw God with his spiritual eyes.  Each one of us have been given spiritual senses to understand and know the things of God’s Kingdom.  Like Job, we tend to discount these abilities that have been given to us by Holy Spirit.   This discounting of our spiritual senses ... View Article »

Cynthia Ford

What Do You See? by Cynthia Ford

Published on February 3, 2012 at 3:05 pm by

We read in Genesis 1:26, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness,” and again in Genesis 2:7, “The Lord formed man, and man became a living being.” As Jesus has asked the question to me, I now ask you, “What do you see?” We know we are created in His image and the seed will reproduce after it’s own kind. He is the creator, and through us, He creates! Because He sees, we can see also! ... View Article »

Wayne C Anderson

Giving & Receiving Correction Correctly

Published on January 6, 2012 at 2:49 pm by

Sometimes the scripture is really blunt. I think that a good example is in Proverbs 12:1, which says, “Whoever loves instruction loves knowledge, but he who hates correction is stupid.” Wow! I’m not sure I would have said it that way but that’s the scripture,… as is. As a team builder I have to understand a lot of the base issues of human personal behavior. I try to let teams know that behavior rules will be broken by someone near ... View Article »

Wayne C Anderson

The Communications Black Hole

Published on December 2, 2011 at 5:31 pm by

Mankind has never experienced anything close to the era in which we find ourselves. Media has the ears, eyes, minds and hearts of cultures of the globe. This is a day of “social networking” and media technology. Politicians, marketing gurus, network television and even governments are fearful of the freedom of communications that the people of the world have. The world is planning their self-expression of communication. The “controllers” of the world fear the lack of control in communications. We ... View Article »

Rich Carey

Using Language as a Weapon

Published on December 2, 2011 at 11:14 am by

Words are powerful.  Wars are waged and entire nations are conquered by the power of words.  It’s important that we understand that the pen truly is “mightier than the sword”.  We find ourselves in the midst of a culture war. One of the most critical elements of success in any military campaign is communication.  If you can confuse or hinder the channels of communication of your opponent, you can gain an advantage that can ultimately lead to your victory.  The ... View Article »