Jonathan Ammon teaches about prophetic ministry and prophesies over each person present at the meeting. The ministry continued for another 30 minutes after the camera stopped. This meeting took place in Shade Gap, Pennsylvania, at Fair Ridge Assembly of God. To invite Jonathan Ammon to your church or event, please visit JonathanAmmon.org.
Gifts of the Spirit are powerful tools that God gives Christians to accomplish His mission in the world. They’re not stage-shows relegated to church meetings; they’re practical demonstrations of God’s love and power that can be a normal part of your life as a believer. In this video, Art Thomas teaches a group of believers […]
Real fellowship has a supernatural source, requires supernatural gifts, and has supernatural results. For this reason, fellowship cannot happen apart from a genuine relationship with our supernatural God. In yesterday’s post about real fellowship, we talked about how the Greek meaning of “fellowship” used in the Bible implies partnership, community, participation, and deep social intimacy. Today, […]
Last night I witnessed something that sickened me. I was asked to lead a time of worship at an interdenominational gathering of Charismatic Christians. As I was carrying my keyboard into the banquet hall, a homeless man jumped off a bus and approached me. “Hey man, you got any pop bottles or change on you?” […]
Hello everyone, A few months ago, I shared a testimony that included God instantly healing a woman of arthritis in her knees at a Meijer store. If you want to read it, go to “Treasure Hunt Evangelism…” The book that inspired us to take this little trip is The Ultimate Treasure Hunt by Kevin Dedmon. I […]
I received a great question last week from William, who asked, “What is the difference between spiritual gifts and natural talents?” The answer is really very simple: Natural talents reveal your human ability whereas spiritual gifts reveal Christ’s supernatural ability. That’s the answer; but if you want some explanation, read on! This concept comes from the words of […]
I was raised in a Pentecostal church. The scene was all too familiar: At a certain point in the worship and singing, the music would break, and someone would shout out, “My people, My people….” What followed was generally a declaration of love, encouragement, or admonition spoken in the first-person as though God Himself were […]