Making Disciples (Part 2)

In my previous post, I explained the importance of making disciples, and shared a few things that disciple-making isn’t. So then, what exactly does it mean to make disciples? How do we make this happen? Here are a few suggestions that might help. 1. Making disciples is relational How did Jesus make His twelve disciples? . . .
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The Testimony of Tears

Hezekiah was a good and godly king who was used of God to lead a time of spiritual revival and reformation in the land of Judah, among God’s people. Then years later, he encountered a personal crisis that involved being “sick unto death” (2 Kings 20:1), or “sick to the death,” as it says in . . .
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Serving Like Jesus

Kevin Miller, a pastor, asked this question on Facebook. “What makes it hard for you to serve other people?” Here are some of the answers people posted as their reasons for why it was hard to serve other people. “Serving is hard when it doesn’t fit in to my schedule or plan. Like when I . . .
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Winning From The Inside Out

“And David’s anger was greatly kindled against the man…And Nathan said to David, Thou art the man…” (2 Sam. 12:5-7). Isn’t it amazing how easy it is to give advice and how difficult it is to hear instruction? What is just as amazing is how well one can advise others while ignoring even larger needs . . .
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Not One Time

“But fornication, and all uncleanness, or covetousness, let it not be once named among you as becometh saints” (Eph. 5:3). Paul’s instructions to the church at Ephesus reveal to us that every generation has had to deal with the issue of purity. His command and challenge in this verse is summed up in a simple . . .
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2015 Awakening Conference, Nov 3–5

God prefers to revive rather than to judge. Church history revolves around the seasons of refreshing that revive saints and awaken sinners. As the world accelerates into unprecedented evil marking the approach of end-times events, there is the opportunity for unprecedented awakening. Based on the increased global population, more people could be saved in a . . .
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Christ Life Clinic 2015 Conference CD

The Christ Life Clinic for this year is over, but you can still be blessed by the tremendous preaching! We have put twenty-two of the sermons preached at the Christ Life Clinic 2015 on a single CD. You can order these at the Revival Focus Store. Note: Sermons are in .mp3 format.


New CD! Christ Lives in Me

Ephesians 5:19 says, “Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord.” One of the Christian’s greatest assets in the revived life is ready access to an abundance of beautiful, wholesome Christian music. Christ Lives in Me, Mary Lynn’s most recent vocal recording, includes . . .
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I’m Excited About This Year’s Christ-Life Clinic!

Are you excited about attending the 2015 Christ Life Clinic at Ann Arbor Baptist Church? I know I am! My family and I look forward to fellowshipping with other believers who are seeking the Lord for revival. My wife and I look forward to walks around the lovely, wooded campus of Ann Arbor Baptist Church . . .
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Christ Life Clinic 2015

This year’s Christ Life Clinic focuses on the provision of Christ in you and you in Christ. The Christ Life Clinic is to be held in Ann Arbor, Michigan August 3–6. All of the speakers will focus on the Spirit-filled life, and this year we are delighted to have Otto Koning as a special guest. Brother Koning served . . .
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