Monthly Archives: December 2011

Books for Hell Fire Preachers

UPDATED BIBLIOGRAPHY: 7/1/12 Puritan, Methodist, and Evangelical Books on Hell Clearly the greatest Hell fire preacher in all of church history was, and still is, Jonathan Edwards (d. 1758); the man who preached the sermon “Sinners in the Hands of … Continue reading

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Inviting Strangers Into Your Home for Bible Study

“I was a stranger and you invited me in.” –Matthew 25:35 Recently, I believe the Lord Jesus graciously gave me a revelation of how to start a house church in an apostolic way, within the 21st century context. And that … Continue reading

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Wesleyan Evangelism vs. Modern Methods

After considering the evangelism options before me, I believe what the modern church desperately needs right now is a renewal of 18th century Wesleyan evangelism. Real, true blue John Wesley style evangelism. But why such a narrow view? I will … Continue reading

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The Pursuit of Prophetic Accuracy

Each of these books deal with the much needed area of “prophetic accuracy.” They should include some very reliable pointers to avoid “missing God.” 1. Bill Hamon’s Prophets Pitfalls and Principles 2. John Tetsola’s Developing Prophetic Accuracy 3. Cindy Jacobs’ … Continue reading

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The Prophetic Movement and the Open Air Preaching Movement

I believe that there are two moves of God going on right now that every Christian should try to be involved in–to some extent. The PROPHETIC MOVEMENT and the OPEN AIR PREACHING MOVEMENT. Only now am I realizing that each of these two … Continue reading

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Good Locations for Open Air Preaching

1. Downtown City Parks. Every city has its own “central park” just like Manhattan. Raleigh, NC has its Moore Square. And many other towns have places like this. Target audience: homeless, beggars, sick, poor people. Sometimes you will find elderly … Continue reading

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He Wondered At Their Unbelief

“Jesus said to them, ‘A prophet is not without honor except in his hometown and among his own relatives and in his own household.’ And He could do no miracle there except that He laid His hands on a few sick people and healed them. And He wondered at their unbelief” (Mark … Continue reading

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