Have you ever wondered what the word "apostle" meant to those living in the time the New Covenant was written? [...]
Philippians is one of the prison epistles of Paul and as a prisoner, he did not know whether he would [...]
Lou Engle Several years ago I was attending a OneThing gathering in Jerusalem. My friend who has been a prophet [...]
The message of Yeshua not only changes us personally, it also changes the whole world. The message of personal change [...]
For 35 years our ministries have taught the Gospel of the Kingdom in a way that connects us to the newer “Seven Mountain/Pillar Teaching”. This teaching is now becoming popular in both charismatic and evangelical streams.
Where is the Kingdom of God promised by the prophets? In Yeshua the Kingdom had come in such a way that it could be embraced and entered into. Yeshua demonstrated that the Kingdom really had appeared and was available even though the final fullness of this Kingdom established over all the Earth would still await a future intervention.
The book of Acts chronicles the expansion of the gospel from Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria and to the ends of the earth. What had started in one geographic area had in thirty years expanded through Asia Minor, into major European cities and was tens of thousands strong in number. This expansion can be seen in a six-stage pattern, each stage concluding with a progress report.
This understanding of the gospel as a presentation of all the dimensions of the kingdom of God, starting with repentance and salvation, yet ending up with Yeshua ruling and reigning on this planet, will have more and more significance as we approach Yeshua's return.