All posts in "Praise and Worship"

Effective Preaching

By James Thornton / a couple of days ago

EFFECTIVE PREACHING: This study is for equipping the minister for ministering the Word. We will entitle this study, Effective Preaching. If the minister expects to have success at winning souls to God, and equipping the saints to live a Christ-like life, he must preach the word of the Lord. We need an increase in the use of […]



By Martin Schmaltz / 4 weeks ago

Do We Have Expectations or Are We Expecting? In our previous article “Why We Don’t See The Power,” we defined how tradition is one of the greatest hindrances to the operation of the apostolic authority.  One of the dangers of these traditions is that they form our expectations, which in turn, affects our faith and […]


Leaving Your First Love

By Sheri Boulet / a few months ago

Leaving Your First Love During the period that Paul wrote to the Romans, there were those there teaching that because grace brought salvation it was not necessary to include obedience to Christ in that saving faith. They believed that you could live in sin, reject God’s moral law, and yet possess eternal salvation. Romans 16:17-18 […]


The Death Of Dreams

By Sheri Boulet / a few months ago

The Death Of Dreams I had the opportunity to meet an extraordinary mother yesterday. We received a referral for a 25-year-old man who was in need of some help. His mother agreed to meet us at his apartment after she finished work, so off we went. What we found was heartbreaking and as we completed […]


Endless Love

By Lynne Conley / a few months ago

Endless Love We all have seen people who have no love, compassion or even mercy on our fellow man. They walk pass them, and look down their noses on them they don’t show any love for anyone. Why are we here on this earth if not to show the love of Jesus? Did you know […]


It’s a heart thing

By Nathan Cox / 7 months ago

It’s a heart thing All power of God worked in our lives comes from the enactment of faith, and yet no matter the amount of faith one has, it must flow the same as God’s will. While we have the power to move mountains, we must remember that sometimes God put the mountain there for […]


Get Real

By Martin Schmaltz / 8 months ago

Get Real There are many theologies and philosophies in the world that men ascribe to. Wars have been initiated and continue to be propagated over these various beliefs. It is interesting to note, however, that many of these ideologies have overlapping “truths” which ultimately become confusing to the “outsiders.” A frequent comment of individuals is […]


Love is an Action!

By Debra Jones / 9 months ago

Love is an Action! I could not remove my eyes from them, I knew I was staring, and it was rude. Yet my eyes were locked on a picture you rarely if ever, see in today’s world. I could feel the love that a man and woman, who obviously were married, showed one another during […]



By Martin Schmaltz / 11 months ago

Speak Recently, I was in service and someone defined the church as, “Those that are called out of darkness into His light.” While this is true, I believe it is only a limited part of what the true church is and its authority. In a previous Apostolic Note, “The Real Church,” we presented the original […]


Awakening, Arming, Acting

By James Thornton / 11 months ago

Awakening, Arming, Acting   Romans 13:11 “and that, knowing the time, that now it is high time to awake out of sleep: for now is our salvation nearer than when we believed. 12 the night is far spent, the day is at hand: let us, therefore, cast off the works of darkness, and let us […]

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