Disciples Not Just Subordinates

There are two types of followers: disciples and subordinates. Christ’s plan for His church is dependent on leaders who empower their followers as disciples, not those who would command and control their followers as subordinates. Jesus said, “…don’t you be called ‘Rabbi,’ for one is your teacher, the Christ, and all of you are brothers.

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How To Become a Priest

Jesus is ready to empower you with a full and unmediated relationship with Him.  In fact, the only limiting factor in your relationship with Him is your willingness to change, your ability to love, your openess to seeing things from His perspective, and your dedication to knowing and accomplishing His will.  His blessings will chase you down

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You Are A Priest

The word “Ordain” means to officially “select” or “choose”. By this logic, business owners and managers ordain employees every day.  Every four years the United States ordains a President.  And many communities, from local churches, to neighborhood associations, to non-profits, and businesses ordain leaders to support and direct their purposes. But more importantly, today and every day,

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A Few Little Keys to the Kingdom

Jesus left more than a few keys of the kingdom in the hands of his followers.  He never intended that anyone would horde them, or intentionally deprive others of them for their own selfish gain.  But starting with the first apostles, and then bishops, and then popes that is exactly what happened — people used the

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Every Believer is a Priest

Setting apart “Holy Men” is not Biblical.  God’s vision for the human race is that every human being will know Him, feel His love, understand His priorities, see His vision for their lives, and study His Word prayerfully for answers to their life’s questions.  The Christian priesthood, in copying the Aaronic priesthood of the Old Testament, set

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