Category Archives: Spiritual Warfare

1. Warfare: Mother/Daughter Conflict


There is a lot of friction between mothers and daughters that is due to poor circumstances or poor social skills. That said, there is another group of people where one or the other has really solid social skills, deep connection … Continue reading

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How Much Can the Tribe Do?


The Sapphire Tribe has been transitioning from individuals with a common focus to a community with significant collective, focused engagement. The first major milestone was the first live stream we had.  For the first time, I felt the emotional connection … Continue reading

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When You Feel Disconnected


Take the test. -Have you ever been in a crowd of familiar people but felt utterly disconnected from that community? -Have you ever had a profound experience with God, but when you looked back on it months later, it was … Continue reading

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Silence and Spiritual Warfare


Is it absolutely necessary to speak out your spiritual warfare for it to be effective? There has been a lot of theological debate about that, specifically centered around the question of whether the devil can hear our thoughts.  I will … Continue reading

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Is this Truth?


Recently I was with a group of Christian businessmen, celebrating with them the life of God that was flowing to one of their products.  It was a special time since “Fred” had been carrying this vision for years and was … Continue reading

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Triage for Spiritual Warfare Wounds


With physical wounds, pain and danger are not equivalent.  I have heard that on a pain scale of 1 to 10, kidney stones rank about a 15.  Most of the time, they are not deadly. On the other hand, bleeding … Continue reading

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Stopping Division in the Team


Fred and Sally are in leadership on one of our plethora of teams.  The city they are engaged with has a loooooooong history of division.  It is an ideologically driven city.   When someone in the church, government, education or marketplace … Continue reading

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