Honoring Spiritual Leaders And Mentors

Honoring Spiritual Leaders And Mentors

Honoring Spiritual Leaders And MentorsMentors and honoring spiritual leaders..To have a good spiritual leader or mentor in your life is truly a gift from God. Your response to that gift will determine much of what happens in your future. Scripture says, “Let the elders that rule well be counted worthy of double honor, especially they who labor in the word and doctrine” (1 Timothy 5:17).

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Apostles, Prophets, Presbyteries, Apostolic Church, Apostolic Ministry

Apostles, Prophets, Presbyteries, Apostolic Church, Apostolic Ministry

 

Apostles, Prophets, Presbyteries, Apostolic Church, Apostolic MinistryThe Antioch church was an example of an apostolic model. They came from all classes of society, from the wealthy and privileged to the street beggars, slaves and, yes, even criminals. They came from all manners of religious traditions, pagan sorcery, mystic cults, Greek mythology, idol worship, and Judaism.

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Apostolic Ministry Stage One of Five Stages Apostolic Church

Apostolic Ministry Stage One of Five Stages Apostolic ChurchApostolic ministry is passed on through times of training and mentoring. A strong anointing is obvious in your life and it’s time for you to be sent out into that great harvest field. Oh, happy day! It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood. This is what you have been waiting for all these years. So with great joy and fervent zeal you run toward your high calling to fulfill what you know in your heart is God’s plan for your life and ministry.

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New Apostolic Reformation

Apostolic ReformationNew apostolic reformation is on the move. It seems to me that some churches are free-falling into ineffectiveness. Are we becoming prey to religious spirits? Have we become so inner-focused that we ignore the needs of those around us? If we don’t keep the Great Commission in the forefront of our ministries are we prime candidates for lukewarmness and apathy?

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