Left Behind, Revival, and Organic Church | Podcast

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Left Behind, Revival, and Organic Church | Podcast

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:00:16 — 27.7MB) Subscribe to our Podcast iTunes | Android | RSS | More Subscription Options This week we finally have Dave Edwards back on the podcast and talk about some of the latest going on in theological internet-land. We recorded this episode a few weeks ago and the Left Behind reboot had just tanked at the box office, so naturally we get talking about it a bit and how much our eschatology shapes our worldview....

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Ramblings, Revelations, and Rabbit Trails | Podcast with David Edwards

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Ramblings, Revelations, and Rabbit Trails | Podcast with David Edwards

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 53:17 — 24.6MB) Subscribe to our Podcast iTunes | Android | RSS | More Subscription Options Join Steve Bremner and David Edwards as they discuss micro and macro revelations and share the things the Lord has been revealing to them out of the Word of God. Steve also shares some wedding updates. Basically just another episode where we both were on Skype and got talking and recorded it not knowing where the Holy Spirit...

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Are We Supposed to Stand in the Gap?

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Are We Supposed to Stand in the Gap?

So, I totally got spammed on Facebook by someone claiming to be “so and so, big name preacher” that I had recently added as a friend. Honestly, I was surprised that I was able to add him as a friend since ministries of such size rarely have yet to exceed Facebook’s friends limitation number of 5000. To my shock, this morning I received a message from him wanting to chat. My first thought was that this had to be bogus. Recently, however, I was contacted on...

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Becoming Holy

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Becoming Holy

When one hears the word “holy” it usually dials up preconceived ways of thinking. The picture of a monk may display in the mind, or a saint, even Santa Claus, and of course Jesus. For others, it may be objects such as the Holy Grail, Holy Bible, or a relic. I think for many, the general consensus is that holiness is something either unattainable, reserved for a select few, or only accomplished through rigorous religious disciplines. The way I viewed it early on,...

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A New Renaissance

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A New Renaissance

Lately I’ve been thinking about how to change society for the kingdom. At Bethel Atlanta School of Supernatural Ministry (BASSM), we teach students how to minister in a supernatural kingdom by way of activating them in healing, prophecy, and the miraculous. This isn’t, however, just so they can minister behind a pulpit or in a church setting only. We teach them to be supernatural no matter what environment they are in, whether they are in ministry or...

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