An important step in making disciples for Jesus. You don’t have to be a graduate of a Bible College to conduct these Bible studies. Family as a Mission to Make Disciples.
In this video, Torben introduces you to three simple steps you can take to see a Bible Discovery Group begin! These three steps provide a simple but amazing tool you can use to host your own Bible Group. Last Reformation (L.R.) is already seeing many new groups start all over America!
Last Reformation plans to network with groups who are ready to start a Bible Discovery Group or host THE KICKSTART PACKAGE. The goal being to see a reformation of the church, back to the REAL JESUS FELLOWSHIP – just like the early church, with love, power, and growth! Then they will make disciples and see Jesus build HIS church!
L.R. expects this is going to explode! I think they are right! So watch the video! Share the video!
The following is a report from Pastor Charles Otieno Owino founder and a leader of the Kenya House Church (KHC) Movement. This is their second visit to this village in Tanzania. They went in at the request of Christians there who were aware of what KHC is achieving in Kenya. There is a request for funds at the end of the report for FOOD and BIBLES. If you are able to help please make a donation via the icon on the Home Page Donations. It will be much appreciated even small amounts go a long way in both Kenya and Tanzania.
Our meeting here in this small village of Nyamuzi in Tanzania, is progressing well.
Yesterday we had multiple out reach, moving from house to house, teaching and praying for those unable to come to our meetings for various reasons. We were able to share the word with the sick, lame, even blind and met various people who were held in the bondage of sin, and in the spirit of religion for a long time. We were able to share with them the word of God and through the power of the Holy spirit many were set free.
We have been witnessing a powerful move of God, and the Holy spirit has been at work, touching and convicting many souls of their sins bringing them to repentance and salvation.
We are able to meet and minister to a large number of people, and the daily attendance at the meetings is good.
1) Famine out break. There is a great food scarcity in this area, and people are seriously suffering, in nearly every home we visited, we found a family who had been two days without food to put on the table.
2) Lack of Bibles- The members don’t have Bibles, we happened to have only one person with a copy, but with several missing pages.
1) FOOD: We kindly request your prayers and support for these people here, so that we may buy food for them ie maize flour, beans and rice.
2) BIBLES: We request you to help us buy for them even 10 copies of Bibles.
We have done the little we were able to afford, but it is not enough and many people were left out.
If you may feel led to help, kindly let me know so that I may direct you on how the money can reach us here.
The following email was received from Pastor Charles Otieno in Migori Kenya. I connected with Charles two years ago via this website and due to the fact we both believe the “end-time” church will be like the church in the Book of Acts, small groups, no buildings, and no paid pastors. All about making discilpes who make disciples.
Once again, I’m very thankful to you and to the community of believers you have in the living eternal network, for the funds you have been sending to me.
I appreciate you for the recent fund you sent to me, to help me buy a bicycle. It has been so much help to me, and it has contributed a lot to my general body health as was advised by the doctor, besides this, it has helped me economically, by reducing the high cost of fuel I was using on my vehicle, now I’m able to visit nearby places and home church groups, ministering using my bycicle. Thank you ALL!
I have attached to you a PDF for the bicycle.
I have also attached a picture & a video of a needy child whose parents died of HIV/AIDS.
This boy was naturally born crippled from his mother’s womb, without feet, and he cannot walk or stand upright, he is just crawling on his knees and moving with the help of his hands. (please see the attached photo & watch his video).
The boy’s future seems hopeless, no way he is able to walk go to school or to places.
I kindly request you to share the boy’s condition and problem with our brothers and sisters with you there, so that we may be able to help buy him a wheelchair.
May you prosper and be in health,just as your soul prospers.
You will note I have added a DONATIONS page on the Home Page.
If you would like to help Charles buy a wheelchair for the crippled boy then you can do so by clicking on Donations and opening the page. I will keep you informed with updates and pictures on this website.
Darrin Patrick, a megachurch pastor, author and speaker, has died. He died of what appears to be a “self-inflicted gunshot wound,” according to a statement from the church. No official cause of death has been released.
Sadly this is not the first, I know of four in the past two years. Jarrid Wilson at 30 years of age was probably the most tragic. One has to ask what is the reason for this large number of suicides. Read what Darrin Patrick had to say about celebrity pastors -” It was recipe for disaster“.
Patrick had been a rising star among Reformed evangelical circles and was serving as vice president of the Acts 29 church planting network. He was fired from Journey for what church elders called misconduct including “inappropriate meetings, conversations, and phone calls with two women” and an abuse of power.
Patrick talked about losing his church in a podcast interview that was published this week. He talked about being part of a group of young pastors who became celebrities with book deals, speaking gigs, fame and money but little spiritual maturity.
“It was a recipe for disaster,”he said.
Patrick said his early success led to an obsession with keeping up his image rather than his soul.“I was spending a lot of energy creating and sustaining my image,” he told podcast host Charles Smith. “It’s so subtle; I am trying to influence people for the gospel—you have to have a social media presence, you have to speak at conferences.”
Patrick said he eventually became isolated from many of his friends when he was pastoring Journey Church. “I stopped pursuing friendships,” he said. “Another way to say that, I stopped being known. And that was the beginning of the end.”