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Diverse Tongues and the Apostolic: Tuning our Desires to the Sound of God’s Yearning (Part Three)

Recently in my travels, I have been spending time with a family who has a 17 month old baby. Developmentally, she faces an important transition point as she navigates the pressure to learn words. Often, she points to objects, makes eye contact with her parents or sisters, and wordlessly groans, moaning until her family respondsContinue reading “Diverse Tongues and the Apostolic: Tuning our Desires to the Sound of God’s Yearning (Part Three)”

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Diverse Tongues and the Apostolic: Love, Hunger, and Beginning to Prophesy in Different Languages (Part Two)

In coming days, God will make it increasingly common for prophets to prophesy in known and unknown languages. Through dreams, spontaneous/ecstatic prophesy, and a variety of creative means that only God knows, God will impart tongues to prophets and prophetic people so that sons and daughters in EVERY NATION prophesy. He will raise up pocketsContinue reading “Diverse Tongues and the Apostolic: Love, Hunger, and Beginning to Prophesy in Different Languages (Part Two)”

Diverse Tongues and the Apostolic: Types of Tongues (Part One)

Have you ever noticed that some people just seem to have a knack with learning different languages? How is this affinity for learning human language similar and different to gifts related to “tongues” in the the New Testament? Today we will examine the category of the gift of tongues, which exists establish and communicate theContinue reading “Diverse Tongues and the Apostolic: Types of Tongues (Part One)”

Restoring the Desolate Inheritances: The Church’s Responsibility to the World

As I’ve been traveling, the Lord keeps drawing me to the book of Ruth. Ruth, who gives up her nationality in order to become a foreigner. Ruth, who chooses solidarity with the widow over being a bride again, Ruth who was willing to risk her reputation, Ruth who wasn’t expecting to be received with favor,Continue reading “Restoring the Desolate Inheritances: The Church’s Responsibility to the World”