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“As before, [Jesus] spoke constantly of the kingdom of God” (Acts 1:3, The Voice). Jesus could have done so many things during His 40 days while risen from the grave, but once again He constantly spoke of the kingdom of God: As before, he spoke constantly of the kingdom of God. Speaking about the kingdom […]
Imagine this . . . You go to a global mission training hoping to learn all you can and the trainer hands you the Book of Acts and then dismisses you, saying, “Here is your manual. Read it. Pray it. Follow it.” What would our mission strategies consist of if we allowed the Book of […]
Five Stones Global, Jean Johnson Since our last blog and conversation, have you been declaring this prayer “God, may your Kingdom come to my neighborhood and may I play an integral part in it’s coming”? Anything happening? We received some insightful comments from those who read our first blog, Taking Initiative Where We Are. I […]
Would you join us in stepping outside your door each morning while declaring this prayer: “God, may your Kingdom come to my neighborhood and may I play an integral part in it’s coming?” In Acts 1:8, Luke writes: You will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you. And you will be My witnesses, […]
We all hear or use phrases like these: Just be yourself. Embrace who you are. Own your story. Let me be me. I am free to be me. This way of thinking is popular in American culture today. We allow great latitude for ourselves to be at home in our own skins and others to […]
By Jean Johnson Macro-compassion projects from the West tend to swallow up micro-compassion lifestyles for the Rest. Compassion in the hands of the few on behalf of the many is extremely limiting. How can we help to reverse this syndrome and make compassion every Christ follower’s natural rhythm of life in their micro-spaces, thus becoming a […]