A Review of “Thundering The Word: The Awakening Ministry of George Whitefield” by Kurt M. Smith

I feel inadequate and unskilled to be able to offer you this humble book review. I am so privileged and blessed of God, in His unmistakable providence, to have read Kurt M. Smith’s new book, “Thundering The Word: The Awakening Ministry of George Whitefield”. This book arrived only last week and I could not help but to lay my current seminary reading… Continue reading A Review of “Thundering The Word: The Awakening Ministry of George Whitefield” by Kurt M. Smith

Facebook to About-Face: Birth of a Texas based Missions

AFM History  About-Face Missions Facebook to About-Face: Birth of a Texas based Missions a·bout-face /əˌboutˈfās/ noun (chiefly in military contexts) a turn made so as to face the opposite direction. “he did an about-face and marched out of the tent” synonyms: turnaround, turnabout, ‘repentance’ The undertaking of About-Face Missions came about through a series of events that … Continue reading Facebook to About-Face: Birth of a Texas based Missions

Christian Men’s Meetings in the Bartlesville Area – MARCH 2015

Recently I have been privileged to meet many men from several different churches in the Bartlesville area. The amazing part is that our Lord is only just beginning to call us together (see some of what happening below). There is a great need for the men of our community to rise up to the truth and find out just where we really stand in regards to our Lord (2 Corinthians 13:5).
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Have We Drunk the Dregs of Commonality?

Have We Drunk The Dregs of Commonality?

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I find that it is almost preposterous regurgitating the obvious and most recent sins among men in cup thornsthe world today, but unfortunately the present realities of spiritual deadness and hellacious atrocities against Christians has not yet rallied the men in the church of Jesus Christ in our culture to attention. Here let me be straight forward: God is calling the men who make a profession to the Christian faith to rise up and “act like men.”[1] It is not enough to simply drive the family to a building on Sunday and maybe Wednesday night. Now more than ever true biblical Christianity must come forward being led by godly, humble, meek, contrite and prayerful men. Continue reading “Have We Drunk the Dregs of Commonality?”