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Goliath’s Sword

Goliath’s Sword As I’ve written in past blogposts that I’m a HUGE fan of King David. After Jesus, David is the first one I want to sit with in heaven and ask a bunch of questions. David is probably most

Posted in Christianity, My Story, Pastors, PsMartyFreeman

Leading from a Distance

I read an article several years ago by Bishop TD Jakes entitled, “Leading from a Distance.” He aptly explained the need for true leaders to not become “too common” with those that they lead. Certainly, we can be friends, fellowship,

Posted in Church, Leadership, Miscellany, Pastors, PsMartyFreeman

Church Government

Today I share a re-post from Pastor Loren Sandford.  His verbiage may be a bit stronger than I would use, but the importance of proper church government is such a passion of mine, I decided to post it anyway. A

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The Anointing

I’ve always been drawn to seeking out what “the anointing” truly is.  In Pentecostal/Charismatic circles, we often throw the term around without regard to historicity or context.  I discovered some notes from a message I delivered years ago about anointing

Posted in Christianity, Church, Holy Spirit, Pastors, PsMartyFreeman, Spiritual Pursuits

Fasting for Results Pt. 1

As we enter into our 21-day fasting and prayer time, I always anticipate what God is about to say and reveal to us as a church family. He promises to speak to us individually and corporately. It’s an exciting time

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Fasting for Results Pt. 1

As we enter into our 21-day fasting and prayer time, I always anticipate what God is about to say and reveal to us as a church family. He promises to speak to us individually and corporately. It’s an exciting time

Posted in Christianity, Church, Pastors, Prayer/Fasting, PsMartyFreeman, Spiritual Pursuits

How Important is Worship?

How Important Is Worship?                        Moses Was a Worshiper Exodus 33:11-13 So the Lord spoke to Moses face to face, as a man speaks to his friend. And he would return

Posted in Christianity, Church, Holy Spirit, Pastors, Prayer/Fasting, Spiritual Pursuits

Making Up Stories

It’s nobody’s fault. It’s how we are made. We make up stories. Everyday we make up stories. Why? Because we are creatures of reason. We can’t help it. Things need to make sense to us. We need to “fill in

Posted in Christianity, Church, Family, My Story, Pastors, PsMartyFreeman, Spiritual Pursuits

Unoffendableness

Unoffendableness I didn’t make up the word “unoffendableness.” I first read the word in a staff meeting at Bethel Life Center many years ago. Our youth pastor asked if he could lead a team-building exercise. Each one of us were

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Me and King David

I am a student of King David. Of course, I am a student of God’s, but King David seemed to have had God’s heart, so emulating the relationship David had with the Father has always been a desire of mine.

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