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7 Signs That Help Discern Between Flakey, False Prophets, Part II

The following is part two of my article “7 Signs That Help Discern Between Flakey and False Prophets.” As already stated in the first part of this article, by flakey I am referring to a prophetic leader who has serious flaws in their ministry, but their heart and motive is generally right before God. By…

7 Signs that Help Discern Between Flakey, False Prophets Part I

The prophetic movement and or prophetic leaders have perhaps been the most controversial in the Body of Christ the past several decades. Some of it has to do with the fact that many people are afraid of any move of the Spirit and or criticize that which they do not understand. However, as someone who…

10 Ways to Raise the Level of Your Influence

Many people desire to have a lot more influence than they currently have. Unfortunately, most people do not understand how this can take place. Some Believers have a mystical approach and think that just because a spiritual leader prays over them or gives them a prophetic word – they will somehow be elevated or have…

7 Signs Your Pastor is Preaching Heresy 

Not long ago it was reported that another prominent Protestant pastor now advocates a pluralist belief that there are many roads to God and salvation (Michael A. Walrond Jr. of Harlem’s 10,000-member First Corinthian Baptist Church.) Among other things he said was “People take many paths to God, he argued, noting that he personally celebrates…

Twelve Signs of Abusive Leadership

There has been many articles of leaders in the media lately who take advantage of other people. This is a common pattern of abuse in which leaders use their positions of authority to take advantage of their subordinates or those looking to them for help. There are many signs of abusive leadership, which can relate…

Should the Apostolic Usurp the Authority of Pastors, Churches?

Recently I have been reading some articles critical of NAR (the so-called new apostolic reformation) which (oftentimes) correctly calls attention to some abuses perpetrated in the name of the apostolic. When a friend told me I should respond to one article in particular—I smiled when I read it because I had nothing to rebut except…

Why Pain is a Catalyst for Purpose and Power

Pain is unavoidable in this world. The primary kind of pain I am referring to throughout this article is emotional, mental and psychological. Jesus promised us that in the world we will suffer tribulation John 16:33. (Both physical and emotional in this context.) There are many different reasons for pain: some pain is self inflicted,…

Why Many Mid-Life Marriages End in Divorce

Divorce has become a major plot line in entertainment today. Although we all know the divorce rate is over 50% in the USA, I have observed that many divorces occur with couples who have been married well over 20 years and are each over 45 years of age. This has astonished me. I used to…

Areas to Bridge the Gap in the Church

Since I have been serving God in leadership since 1980 I have observed serious gaps in the church in at least seven major areas. If not corrected, these seven areas will greatly limit the ability of the church to fulfill the great commission which is preparing us for the bodily return of Jesus. To deal…

10 Traits of Spiritually Mature Worship Leaders

Since worship is such an integral part of the church, it is important that worship leaders be spiritually mature in order to be effective. The following are traits of these worship leaders: 1-They are true worshippers in private True worship leaders are effective because their public worship is an overflow of their deep private worship….