Tag: worship

Rock Band Skillet’s John Cooper On Apostasy Among Young Christian Leaders

Apostasy is nothing new in Christianity and defending herself from heresies is something the Church has been doing since it’s birth. John Cooper, lead singer for the rock band Skillet, responded to the litany of recent apostasies among young Christian leaders. In a Facebook post titled ‘What in God’s Name is Happening in Christianity?’ put up on

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Hallelujah is Thanksgiving

All Praise belongs to God. “Hallelujah! Praise the Lord.” God Our Father instituted it as the seat of His authority long before Jesus entered the Scriptures and long before Catholics, Protestants and Pentecostals branded it “Charismatic.” Blessed be the name of the Lord from this time forth and forevermore! From the rising of the sun

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Guest Blog: Going From Glory To Glory In The Word Of God by Ivonne Sherman

When we first start out on the journey of faith, we are like a baby. We don’t know much and we have a very limited experience of God, if any at all. If we don’t choose to expand our faith, we stay the same and possibly even digress back into unbelief. When we choose to

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The Sound of Heaven: Lost in Translation

There is so much debate among Christians, and even non-Christians, over the meaning of words. In fact, whole sects of division have come from disagreement over translating the word. For a secular example of this, one just has to look at our judicial system. Clearly mankind has concern over the interpretation of words. Sadly, what

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Revealing Heaven – Part 2: Sacred Imagination and Worship

“From the days of John the Baptist until now the kingdom of heaven has suffered violence, and the violent take it by force” (Matthew 11:12). We are the one’s with the power to bring Heaven to Earth. To do this, we must learn to lay hold of it in its invisible form and partner with

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