Silent Saturday

Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Silent Saturday, names so significant defining the days in the history of our faith! I try to understand the emotions and tension on the day of Jesus’ “death”. The pain of His family, the despair of His followers, the struggle of His betrayer... While death was the actual physical situation …

When the Lord has touched your Mouth…

To those that carry the New It’s amazing how well received you are if you play along and help maintaining the Old, although carrying the New. But the moment they realize you didn’t come to confirm the Old but to Declare the New, silence and rejection becomes your part. It’s hard when the values of …

The Restoration and Rise of Families!

By Katie Barker "I am raising up families who will minister together. These families will be markers of all I will bring forth in My Body, for I desire to see spiritual mothers and fathers equipping and releasing those coming after them into the fullness of the destiny I have for them. I desire to …

Who Can I Send?

Destructive sounds have invaded the atmosphere and caused the world to give in to darkness and the demonic powers. Called to be the Light, the Word, the Provision, the Church has become silently irrelevant and therefore gave away, neglected the assignment and the calling of the Lord to go and make... Complaining about “the darkness”, …

The Synergy of the Generations

If the Church hopes to be relevant and meet the needs of the twenty-first century and beyond, it must be willing to undergo a paradigm shift. The Elijah to Elisha Revolution confronts the status quo by challenging the Church to reexamine many of its assumptions. One of these assumptions is what could be called the …

Teacher vs. Father

By Joshua Horak “For though you have countless guides [teachers] in Christ, you do not have many fathers. For I became your father in Christ Jesus through the gospel.” (1 Corinthians 4:15, ESV) It was my 13th birthday. Tragedy struck. My parents announced to my sister and I that they were getting a divorce. My father …

This Generational Faith

Deuteronomy 6:4-9: Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home …

Is There a Son in the House?

I am reblogging an amazing post today from Ryan Elward. My son (!) send me the link yesterday, just an hour after I posted my blog "This "my" is God! ------------------------------------------------------- For though ye have ten thousand instructors in Christ, yet have ye not many fathers: for in Christ Jesus I have begotten you through …

The Strength of (a) Family

I know, it it my favorite subject as it is so close to my heart. I know I have been writing about it over and over and... even will keep writing about. Family is an unending inspiration to write about and mostly a treasure-box to live it! Diverse, creative, fun, inspiring... it's all there, right …

What fathers must understand!

As I try to express my real heart in serving this new powerful generation, I would like to define the boundaries of the vision. It has everything to do with fathering, empowerment, honoring, impartation, recognizing and setting free. It is giving them the resources that The Father stored in our lives, so they can live …

Living a Kingdom Legacy, Part 2 (devotion)

By Jasmine Green on June 17, 2013 This devotional is the second of a three-part series about living a Kingdom legacy. Last month, we looked at Ruth’s choice to live a Kingdom legacy life and how it benefited from spiritual kinship – by positioning herself alongside a ‘spiritual mother’ who would share her knowledge, wisdom …

Waiting

One of the skills I still have not developed to the full is the art of waiting! I mean, I know what waiting is as for the past so much years I have spend much time in waiting. Waiting in the car, waiting on a certain appointed place, waiting during a meeting before everyone shows …

Living a Kingdom Legacy, Part 1 (devotion)

By Jasmine Green on May 19, 2013 This devotion is the first of a three-part series about living a Kingdom legacy. As I prepare to become a first-time parent in August, the distinction between leaving alegacy and living a legacy has really challenged me. Leaving a legacy is, generally, positioned in the future tense. It’s usually placed on …