Category Archives: Spiritual Growth

The Art of Leaving

Is there such an art? I sure didn’t grow up knowing about it.  We just left! By the time I was 40, I had moved 27 times, often from one continent to another.  It was simple.  We set the date.  … Continue reading

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Three Kinds of Gifts

Consider the differences among these three pictures. -Team X pays a gazillion dollars to acquires the rights to Super Star player. -Team Q signs a player just out of high school and sends him to their training camp. -Saturday morning, Fred, … Continue reading

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Fathering your Spirit

One of the givens when working with the portions of the human spirit is that they do better at recognizing truth than describing it. So when someone has brought all seven portions to the Seat of Dominion, the rescue process … Continue reading

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Three Facets of Being in a Spiritual Office

The Five-fold Offices get a lot of attention these days, but there are many other spiritual and social offices available to us outside the construct of the local church. Many times a person is in the role represented by an … Continue reading

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Death or Sheol?

One of the big issues for us as we wandered around the issue of alien human spirits (AHS) was how they could still be there in people who had gone through so much deliverance.  The answer is found in Isaiah … Continue reading

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Ten Things I Learned from Dad

1.     Move the ball.  Always. We lived in Quatipuru from 1964 to 1969.  It was a small farming/fishing town of less than 2,000 people, 20 miles up the eponymous river from the Atlantic coast.  There was a dirt road connecting it … Continue reading

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Finding the Mother Fractal

What is your reference point? The metric you choose is absolutely critical for achieving a right process. The Bible provides a good collection of reference points. Faith?  Abraham is your man, along with the rest of the Hebrews 11 tribe.  … Continue reading

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The Challenge of Authenticity

I had breakfast with Kean today which was a treat. He was a well established drug dealer in Hawaii when the King made him an offer he couldn’t refuse.  I met him when he was pastoring. I spent a busy … Continue reading

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