The Solution to Denominationalism


The missions movement and the prayer movement are combining. Consider the International House of Prayer in Kansas City, Youth with a Mission, Campus Crusade for Christ, Operation Mobilization, Inter-varsity, and others. These are locking arms with the understanding that radical prayer and radical missions cannot be separated.

Jesus isn’t coming back so we can have more pastor-planned smallgroups. He’s not coming back once we get enough houses of sermons and monologues. He’s coming back to set up His Kingdom, once we reflect His Kingdom in the earth. The main obstacle standing in the way is not the new, fancy building fundraisers that have yet to collect all their pledged donations.

Church without denominations is almost unimaginable, but it is both necessary and possible. There are many different streams that may be considered. The first is the Local Church movement from China.

The Local Church of Watchman Nee has an administration that operates locally and without clergy.  · · · →

Are Conspiracy Theories Real?

Truth told, we’ll never know. That’s why they’re called theories. But let me give you my take…

A friend once asked me, “Do you believe in those conspiracy theories?”

Dollar BackMy reply was simple, “Are there any bad people in the world? Do any bad people ever engage in bribes or dishonesty behind closed doors? Are there any bad people in government who take and give bribes in secret? Of course bad things like that happen. The question is: What bad things happen? And, the truth is, we’ll never know. But, more importantly… We don’t need to know. God already has things under control. So, don’t worry and live your life.”

A while back, I finally started to X-out the kookery video suggestions I got on YouTube. Triangle this, banking that… Who cares? Alex Jones isn’t someone I want to be like—and neither should you.

My dad was a conspiracy kook.  · · · →