How can local churches partner with Ephesians 4 gifts in a meaningful way?
How can we achieve accountability beyond the local church that is not either stifling control or a form of accountability that really means nothing in practice?
For a week in February, leaders from churches across Europe gathered in Switzerland. Nations represented covered Switzerland, Isle of Man, UK, Poland, Spain and Romania.
Does it matter how we relate with the broader church of God? If so, how should we?
What should you expect if your church has a change in leadership or transitions into a new apostolic partnership?
God still anoints people today with an apostolic gifting so that they can lead churches into His pattern as it’s laid out in the Bible.
During our time with this church I had a turn to share the gospel. I felt the intense weight of the reality that this could possibly be the only time they hear the word of God.
This ‘sheep-fold’ analogy is such a common metaphor that when you come across it in Scripture you may not even stop to ponder – ‘Why are the righteous like sheep, and why are good leaders like good shepherds?’
We have been experiencing an amazing time of the move of the Spirit in 2016 and members are rising up and into greater intimacy in their walk with God.
When someone knows God’s love, they can’t help but see what God sees in others. ‘JoshGen’ is a church full of people who love and value their brothers and sisters.
When we go into the nations and build up His body it as if we get an injection of God’s jealousy for His church, as spoken through Paul in 2 Corinthians 11:2 “I am jealous for you with a godly jealousy”
His Love Church started partnering with Four12 in the middle of 2016 and has since this time welcomed various visits from Four12 Partnering leaders and ministering teams.
In this article we examine the difference between having a spiritual gifting and being an Ephesians 4 gift which God gives to bless the church.
We cannot believe that we have been here for 3 weeks in total already. So much has happened and God has done so much in our lives and in the people here in Aranos.
As a lion’s eye always locks onto the new-born calf in the herd, the strategy of Satan is to crush the life of God when it is still young and vulnerable.
The people in this city work hard, and by “work hard” I mean, just like the city, the people themselves never seem to stand still. That is the biggest thing that amazes me the about “São Paulians”, their capacity for fully living life.
Wow! What a great sense of belonging we have experienced after having finally said yes to the invite to be part of Four12 in the beginning of 2015.
As we will see with Moses, even if you are very gifted, God has His way of reminding us that we need to depend on others.