How to Grow in Spiritual Authority

How to Grow in Spiritual Authority

Spiritual authority, in the Christian sense, is an authority that comes from God alone. No person can conjure up this kind of authority. It’s not the same, and it doesn’t work the same as the world, like with business or politics. Spiritual authority doesn’t necessarily translate into big crowds, large influence or lots of money. Just because someone is the leader of a big church doesn’t necessarily mean that they have lots of spiritual authority (though that could be the case). Spiritual authority is not easily measured; rather, it is spiritually discerned. Here is a definition of spiritual authority that I think is profound,

“A hand upon the throne” (Exodus 17:16), the capacity to touch heaven and change the outcomes on earth.’ – Rob Reimber

God’s Authority or Mine?

One year ago, in the middle of a year turned on its head because of COVID-19, I experienced a fresh drawing of the Lord. My relationship with Jesus at the time was like old bread, stale. This fresh wave of God’s presence was wonderful, but little did I anticipate how painful this process of renewal would be. Two months later, and still in the wonderful new space in my walk with God, the Holy Spirit convicted me of unrepented and undealt with sin in my life. It was sin that I had confessed, but I realised the seriousness of my offence against God. In that moment of conviction, I was confronted with a choice. Do I confess and repent to someone over me in the Lord, or do I keep this to myself? While contemplating this, the Lord asked me a question: “Christopher, do you want to walk in My authority, or do you want to minister in your own authority?”

I know myself well enough to know that I cannot do anything of eternal value in my own authority. I know myself well enough to know that I’m not that impressed with ‘me’. I need Jesus to truly make a difference! When the Lord asked me this question, I also knew that there was only one answer and that that answer would lead to a ‘painful’ journey of discipline. The following day I picked up the phone and phoned one of the elders over me in the Lord, I repented to my wife, and I repented to the congregation I led the next Sunday. That week was one of the most painful weeks of my life and the months that followed were not easy. I stepped down from leading a congregation, and my wife and I took a break from ministry to go through a process of healing and restoration.

To walk in spiritual authority is to walk by the Spirit.

The Difference Between God’s Authority and Man’s 

It’s now nine months since the Lord asked me in whose authority I wanted to walk and I have seen the restoration of God in multiple areas, including serving on eldership again. Recently, I went out cycling in nature by myself. I was experiencing Jesus really close, with Him sharing His heart with me (something that doesn’t happen regularly while I’m cycling). God reminded me of how important this theme of spiritual authority is. It’s all over the Bible – Moses, David and Jesus, to just mention a few. I was reminiscing over my journey the past year and my decision to choose God’s authority over mine.

Suddenly, God (through nature) showed me a profound example of the difference between God’s authority and man-made authority. In the distance, I saw four bird-like figures flying quite high above in the sky. At first, they all looked the same as I was too far out to make out precisely what they were. As I came closer, I saw it was, in fact, a pair of eagles and a pair of crows flying close to each other. The eagles were gliding effortlessly like eagles usually do, using the wind. The crows, however, were flapping their wings all the time. I immediately knew God was showing me something profound. The eagles represented believers walking in God’s authority. They rely not on themselves but on the air to be up there. The crows represented believers walking in their own authority. I’m not exaggerating that for every one flap from the wings of the eagles, those crows probably flapped 100 times, if not more. I thought, “these crows won’t be able to stay up there for long with all the effort it takes for them to be up there”. Not even three minutes later, only the eagles remained. To walk in spiritual authority is to walk by the Spirit.

Spiritual authority is not just for leaders in the church. God desires for every believer to walk in His authority.

 

Spiritual authority is not just for leaders in the church. God desires for every believer to walk in His authority. In the end, we will either be an eagle or a crow, spiritually speaking. We will choose to trust in God and fly by the wind of His Spirit, or we will try really hard, flapping wildly so that we can soar with the eagles. The Christian life was never designed to be lived in our own strength and effort. In our strength, we will fail miserably and come up way short. Obedience will become tiresome and heavy. Many Christians find themselves here, and this is where I was only a year ago. Why? I was running, or should I say flapping, in my own strength. I had forgotten, in this Covenant, the Lord is the one who never gives up pursuing me, who never goes a day without desiring to be close with me. The way up is the way down, or the way down is the way up.

Sustained by the Wind of the Spirit

The other massive difference that I immediately thought of between the eagle and the crow: the eagle is a hunter. The eagle is ‘self-sustainable’ in a good way. Spiritually speaking, the eagle is someone who knows how to find God’s presence daily. Their relationship with Jesus is not from Sunday to Sunday. The crow, on the other hand, is dependent on others’ leftovers. This is a person who does not find God’s presence for themselves daily. Their only spiritual food is what others feed them.

“Even youths shall faint and be weary, and young men shall fall exhausted; but they who wait for the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.” – Isaiah 40:30-31 (ESV)

You’ve probably seen this Scripture quoted on a coffee mug, your Facebook feed, or some verse of the day. It’s one of those well-known and frequently referenced Scriptures that Christians use for a quick boost. But nothing about this verse suggests anything quick. We don’t like the word ‘wait’. It goes against the grain of our culture. But with the Lord, that is the only way to renew our strength. To trust and wait on the Lord. This is where the biggest difference between these two birds lies. The eagle, as it soars, has a posture of being at rest while gliding; it appears to be effortless. However, the crow is working hard to be up there with the eagle and has a posture of striving and flapping, doing everything in his own effort. If our relationship with Jesus is about us trying very hard, then we are flapping like the crow and not gliding by the wind of the Spirit.

If our relationship with Jesus is about us trying very hard, then we are flapping like the crow and not gliding by the wind of the Spirit.

 

One clear example of this for me is how many years ago the Lord showed my then-girlfriend and me that we were going to be married. We were dating at the time, but He then asked us to put our relationship on the altar and to offer it to Him. We broke off the relationship completely. We moved on to the point where we both individually committed not to pursue the relationship until the Lord clearly spoke to us. It was a hard and difficult journey, but today in our marriage, we walk in the blessing of the Lord bringing us together, and we know that His authority rests on our marriage and family. We know that we did not hold onto our relationship in our strength. This knowledge brings us rest for the duration of our lives; God will be the one upholding us because our marriage started in His will and with His authority.

Brother and sister, I encourage you to put your trust in the Lord. Regardless of your function within the body of Christ, wait on the Lord daily. In terms of your calling and gifting, wait on the Lord to raise you up. Wait for Him to release you in His authority. We desperately need His authority to do what God has called us to. Our strength is not enough. When we wait on Him, He renews our strength; He gives us eagle wings, and He provides the wind of the Spirit.

Christopher is the lead elder of a Joshua Generation Church congregation in South Africa. He is married to Lize and they have two children. Christopher is passionate about Jesus and His church and loves mountain-biking and reading in his spare time. Follow him on Facebook for more.

SHARE THIS ARTICLE

Facebook
Twitter
WhatsApp
Telegram
Email
The Fruit of Your Generosity | May 2022
How the generosity of those who gave to the Four12 Partners Relief Fund impacted the lives of an Eastern Cape church in South Africa.
08 Growing in the Prophetic
What are the focus areas for growth in the prophetic?
07 Testing a Prophetic Word
What does the Bible say about testing a prophetic word?
SEARCH
Generic filters
Filter by Topics
Death
Tribulations
Partner
Overcoming
Humbleness
Immorality
Prophets
Fornication
Planting A Church
Christian Leaders
Debt
The Word
Discipline
Condemnation
Bear Fruit
Complacent
Recalibrating
Teaching Kids
Partners Relief Fund
Apostolic Partnering
Netherlands
Marriage Training
Church
Apostolic Field
Administration
Racism
Church Partnering
Christian Values
Cosmological Argument
Christian Authors
Review
Husband
Isle of Man Conference
Accountability
Doctrine
Healing and Miracles
Money
Social Justice
Youth
Depression
Online Church
Spouse
Conflict
Meekness
Lust
Prophecy
The Gospel
Purgatory
Control
Finances
The Word of God
Modesty
Judgement
Bearing Fruit
Comfort
Divorce
Teaching Children
Four12 Partners Relief Fund
Pastors Training
The Poor
Letting Go
Values
Partnering
Heart of God
Justice
Church Partnership
Great Commission
Existence of God
Christian Literature
Old Testament
Romance
Apologetics
Elders
Heaven and Hell
Obedience
Spiritual Gifts
Caring for Others
Doubt
Church Involvement
Wife
Reconciliation
Overseers
Lying
Deception
Hell
Raising Children
Godliness
Miracles
Word of God
Ordained
Equality
Breakthrough
Defending My Faith
Covenant
Teenagers
Four12 Churches
Training Pastors
Needy
Rastafarian
Translations of the Bible
Preaching
Authentic Community
Relationship with God
Faith and Works
New Christian
Creation
Reading
Worldviews
God's Love
Apostles
Evangelism
Holiness
Partnership
Stewardship
Caring for People
Eternity
Community
Wives
Bishops
Shepherd
New Believer
Greed
Immaturity
Raising Kids
Parenting
Poor
Bible
Ordinance
Unforgiveness
Refreshing
Defending The Gospel
Matrimony
Teenage Years
Four12 Church
Youth Leaders
Ireland
Redemption
Godly Leadership
Disciple
Church Discipline
Church Health
False Teachers
Fatherly Love
Tongues
Goats
Fear God
Godly Love
Body of Christ
Apostolic
Faith
Holy Spirit
Pastoring
Suffering
Brotherly Love
Grief
Compromise
Blueprint
Character
Addiction
Pornography
Signs
Christening
Starting A Church
Parents
Poverty
Study the Word
Stewarding
Punishment
Being Hospitable
Sharing The Gospel
Restoration
Training Kids
Malawi
Leading Youth
Surrender
Testimonies
Christ
Delegating
Servant
Social Gospel
Character of God
Worth
Gift of Tongues
Godly Elders
Big Churches
Salvations
Sacrificial Love
Authority
Faithfulness
Holy Spirit Baptism
Patience
Teaching
Character of a Deacon
Hardship
Fellowship
Holy Living
Character of an Elder
Adultery
Rebelling
Signs and Wonders
Baptise
Infant Baptism
Power
Possessions
Study the Bible
Steward
Hatred
Hospitable
Spreading The Gospel
Relationships
Training Children
Health
Youth Training
Counting the Cost
Healing Equip
books
Raising Leaders
Shepherds
Contentment
God's Character
Affirmation
Judaism
Enlightenment
Building Deep
Prostitution
Godly Team
Baptism
Fear of God
Hospitality
Peace
The Bible
Church Leaders
Heaven
Fellowship of Believers
Leading Church
Diversity
Church Accountability
Rebellion
Witchcraft
Baby Christian
Kassie du Plessis
Protector
Tithing
Envy
Quiet Times
Retaliation
Lessons
Spreading The Word
Cheating
Training Teenagers
Cancer
Youth Ministry
Following the Call
Four12 Equip
Eldership Training
Community Leading
Pastors
Rest
Sacrificial Serving
Sonship
Jewish
Reason
Selling Out
Prostitutes
honour
favour
Breaking Bread
Festivals
Idolatry
Prayer and Fasting
Theology
Foundations
Illness
Principles
Living for Christ
Government
Discipling
Sancti
Words of Knowledge
Babies
Prayer
Sexual Purity
Christmas
Jealousy
Meditation
Promises
Loss
The Cross
Persecution
Unfaithfulness
Sacrifice
Brazil
Prophetic Training
Healing Conference
Identity
Small Group
Biblical Pattern
Systematic Theology
False Gospel
Testimony Apostolic
Jews
Reasoning
Watering Down
Reaching Out
Children
Forgiveness
Income
Prophetic
Tithes
Helper
Mortality
Christian Family Values
Lukewarm
Home Group Leaders
Exhort
Sanctification
Dominionism
Beliefs
Praying
Celibacy
Fathers
Comparison
Training
Bible Study
Tests
Cross
Fear of Man
Find Forgiveness
Sacrificial Service
Brazil Churches
Prophetic Equip
Voice of God
Team
Home Group
Change
Servant Leadership
Apostolic Leaders
Authentic
Religions
Intellectual Pride
Ambition
Fruitfulness
God's Favour
Christian Character
Generosity
Jesus
Purity
Trust
Helps
Infirmity
Family Values
Righteousness
Leading
Exhortation
Self-Righteousness
Kingdom of God
Commands
Provision
Sex Before Marriage
Mothering
Women in Leadership
Halloween
Honesty
Testing
Crucifixion
Conversion
Guilt
Sacrificial Giving
Church Merger
Equipping
Saints
Leadership Team
Priesthood
Jehovah's Witnesses
Women In Ministry
Fruit of the Spirit
Womens Ministry
Messiah
Mind Idolatry
Megachurch
Biblical Paradox
Honouring God
Christian Living
Gentleness
Joy
Repentance
Unity
Loving People
Living for Jesus
Covenantal Relationships
Division
Accusation
Flesh
Sexual Sin
Scripture
Customs
Provider
Living for God
Mothers
Female Leaders
Calling
Christian Fellowship
Backsliding
Easter
Witnessing
Infidelity
Biblical Culture
Merging Churches
Prophetic Equipping
Gift of Prophecy
Apostle
Priesthood of All Believers
Finance
Servanthood
Biblical Church
Praise
Atheism
Church History
Living the Gospel
Paradoxes in the Bible
Honouring People
Church Leadership
Church Life
Giving
Kindness
Revival
Water Baptism
Servant Heart
Protection
Dating
Decisions
Eldership
Fleshly Desires
Shame
Truth
Traditions
Works
Morality
Wisdom
Women Leaders
Ordaining Elders
Christian Community
Backslidden
Resurrection
Testimony
Masturbation
Communal Culture
Partnering Churches
Prophesy
New Churches
Five Fold Gift
Trinity
Tithe
Relationship
Employment
Thanksgiving
Atheists
Old Testament Prophet
Ambassadors
Truth in Tension
contradictions
Treasure Hunting
treasure
Church Planting
Community Leaders
God the Father
Leaders
Salvation
Women
Afterlife
Self-Pity
Courting
Forgiving
Anger
Freedom
Submission
Gifts of the Spirit
Get Baptised
Works and Faith
Morals
Gift of Wisdom
Females in Leadership
Ordaining
Defence
Commitment
Hearing God
Consequences
Receive Forgiveness
Leadership Training
Living Hope
Zimbabwe
Start a Church
Prophet
New Believers
Being Generous
Study Scripture
Jobs
Entitlement
Misotheists
New Testament Prophet
Work Values
Deacons
Culture
Good News
Maturity
Self-Control
Word of Knowledge
Bitterness
Sickness
Courtship
Friendship
Church Plant
Hope
Trusting
Gifts
Baptized
Fasting
Overcomer
Words of Wisdom
Leadership
Encounter
Repenting
Challenges
Listening
Caring for Children
Four12 Partners
Training Leaders
St Johns
Relief Fund
Building Church
Evangelist
Dreams
Communion
Being Accountable
Occupation
Rejection
Misotheism
The Case for Christ
Kingdom Priorities
Biblical Contradictions
Movement
Family
Devotion
Goodness
Men
Serving
Word of Wisdom
Brokenness
Suicide
Desires
Lies
Fathering
Vulnerability
Accountable
The Apostolic
Kids
Intercession
Singleness
Fear
lead
Life
Repent
Anxiety
Obey
Child Care
Four12 Partner
Volunteer
Taiwan Church
Israel
Healthy Church
Teacher
Multi-site Church
Perseverance
Loving Others
Profession
Social Media
Hopelessness
Lee Strobel
Kingdom Living
Refining Fire
God's Glory
Love
Discernment
Gospel
Mercy
Shepherding
Work
Caring
Trials
Husbands
Offence
Humility
Idols
Pride
Evangelising
Obedient
Christian Leadership
Singles
Healing
Direction
Revelation
Conviction
Complacency
Recalibration
Guidance
Transformation
Volunteering
Taiwan Churches
Providence
New Testament Church
Pastor
Church Structure
Feminism
Apostolic Partnership
Vocations
Distractions
Christian Books
Christian Movies
Covenantal Love
Storms of Life
resilience
steadfastness
uncompromising
Four12 Conference
Marriage
Discipleship
Grace
Ministry
Sin
Worship
Confusion

PRIVACY POLICY

We respect your privacy and freedom to choose, so if you continue to use our Website then you agree to be bound by the terms set out in this legal notice & Privacy Policy

SEARCH
Generic filters
Filter by Topics
Death
Tribulations
Partner
Overcoming
Humbleness
Immorality
Prophets
Fornication
Planting A Church
Christian Leaders
Debt
The Word
Discipline
Condemnation
Bear Fruit
Complacent
Recalibrating
Teaching Kids
Partners Relief Fund
Apostolic Partnering
Netherlands
Marriage Training
Church
Apostolic Field
Administration
Racism
Church Partnering
Christian Values
Cosmological Argument
Christian Authors
Review
Husband
Isle of Man Conference
Accountability
Doctrine
Healing and Miracles
Money
Social Justice
Youth
Depression
Online Church
Spouse
Conflict
Meekness
Lust
Prophecy
The Gospel
Purgatory
Control
Finances
The Word of God
Modesty
Judgement
Bearing Fruit
Comfort
Divorce
Teaching Children
Four12 Partners Relief Fund
Pastors Training
The Poor
Letting Go
Values
Partnering
Heart of God
Justice
Church Partnership
Great Commission
Existence of God
Christian Literature
Old Testament
Romance
Apologetics
Elders
Heaven and Hell
Obedience
Spiritual Gifts
Caring for Others
Doubt
Church Involvement
Wife
Reconciliation
Overseers
Lying
Deception
Hell
Raising Children
Godliness
Miracles
Word of God
Ordained
Equality
Breakthrough
Defending My Faith
Covenant
Teenagers
Four12 Churches
Training Pastors
Needy
Rastafarian
Translations of the Bible
Preaching
Authentic Community
Relationship with God
Faith and Works
New Christian
Creation
Reading
Worldviews
God's Love
Apostles
Evangelism
Holiness
Partnership
Stewardship
Caring for People
Eternity
Community
Wives
Bishops
Shepherd
New Believer
Greed
Immaturity
Raising Kids
Parenting
Poor
Bible
Ordinance
Unforgiveness
Refreshing
Defending The Gospel
Matrimony
Teenage Years
Four12 Church
Youth Leaders
Ireland
Redemption
Godly Leadership
Disciple
Church Discipline
Church Health
False Teachers
Fatherly Love
Tongues
Goats
Fear God
Godly Love
Body of Christ
Apostolic
Faith
Holy Spirit
Pastoring
Suffering
Brotherly Love
Grief
Compromise
Blueprint
Character
Addiction
Pornography
Signs
Christening
Starting A Church
Parents
Poverty
Study the Word
Stewarding
Punishment
Being Hospitable
Sharing The Gospel
Restoration
Training Kids
Malawi
Leading Youth
Surrender
Testimonies
Christ
Delegating
Servant
Social Gospel
Character of God
Worth
Gift of Tongues
Godly Elders
Big Churches
Salvations
Sacrificial Love
Authority
Faithfulness
Holy Spirit Baptism
Patience
Teaching
Character of a Deacon
Hardship
Fellowship
Holy Living
Character of an Elder
Adultery
Rebelling
Signs and Wonders
Baptise
Infant Baptism
Power
Possessions
Study the Bible
Steward
Hatred
Hospitable
Spreading The Gospel
Relationships
Training Children
Health
Youth Training
Counting the Cost
Healing Equip
books
Raising Leaders
Shepherds
Contentment
God's Character
Affirmation
Judaism
Enlightenment
Building Deep
Prostitution
Godly Team
Baptism
Fear of God
Hospitality
Peace
The Bible
Church Leaders
Heaven
Fellowship of Believers
Leading Church
Diversity
Church Accountability
Rebellion
Witchcraft
Baby Christian
Kassie du Plessis
Protector
Tithing
Envy
Quiet Times
Retaliation
Lessons
Spreading The Word
Cheating
Training Teenagers
Cancer
Youth Ministry
Following the Call
Four12 Equip
Eldership Training
Community Leading
Pastors
Rest
Sacrificial Serving
Sonship
Jewish
Reason
Selling Out
Prostitutes
honour
favour
Breaking Bread
Festivals
Idolatry
Prayer and Fasting
Theology
Foundations
Illness
Principles
Living for Christ
Government
Discipling
Sancti
Words of Knowledge
Babies
Prayer
Sexual Purity
Christmas
Jealousy
Meditation
Promises
Loss
The Cross
Persecution
Unfaithfulness
Sacrifice
Brazil
Prophetic Training
Healing Conference
Identity
Small Group
Biblical Pattern
Systematic Theology
False Gospel
Testimony Apostolic
Jews
Reasoning
Watering Down
Reaching Out
Children
Forgiveness
Income
Prophetic
Tithes
Helper
Mortality
Christian Family Values
Lukewarm
Home Group Leaders
Exhort
Sanctification
Dominionism
Beliefs
Praying
Celibacy
Fathers
Comparison
Training
Bible Study
Tests
Cross
Fear of Man
Find Forgiveness
Sacrificial Service
Brazil Churches
Prophetic Equip
Voice of God
Team
Home Group
Change
Servant Leadership
Apostolic Leaders
Authentic
Religions
Intellectual Pride
Ambition
Fruitfulness
God's Favour
Christian Character
Generosity
Jesus
Purity
Trust
Helps
Infirmity
Family Values
Righteousness
Leading
Exhortation
Self-Righteousness
Kingdom of God
Commands
Provision
Sex Before Marriage
Mothering
Women in Leadership
Halloween
Honesty
Testing
Crucifixion
Conversion
Guilt
Sacrificial Giving
Church Merger
Equipping
Saints
Leadership Team
Priesthood
Jehovah's Witnesses
Women In Ministry
Fruit of the Spirit
Womens Ministry
Messiah
Mind Idolatry
Megachurch
Biblical Paradox
Honouring God
Christian Living
Gentleness
Joy
Repentance
Unity
Loving People
Living for Jesus
Covenantal Relationships
Division
Accusation
Flesh
Sexual Sin
Scripture
Customs
Provider
Living for God
Mothers
Female Leaders
Calling
Christian Fellowship
Backsliding
Easter
Witnessing
Infidelity
Biblical Culture
Merging Churches
Prophetic Equipping
Gift of Prophecy
Apostle
Priesthood of All Believers
Finance
Servanthood
Biblical Church
Praise
Atheism
Church History
Living the Gospel
Paradoxes in the Bible
Honouring People
Church Leadership
Church Life
Giving
Kindness
Revival
Water Baptism
Servant Heart
Protection
Dating
Decisions
Eldership
Fleshly Desires
Shame
Truth
Traditions
Works
Morality
Wisdom
Women Leaders
Ordaining Elders
Christian Community
Backslidden
Resurrection
Testimony
Masturbation
Communal Culture
Partnering Churches
Prophesy
New Churches
Five Fold Gift
Trinity
Tithe
Relationship
Employment
Thanksgiving
Atheists
Old Testament Prophet
Ambassadors
Truth in Tension
contradictions
Treasure Hunting
treasure
Church Planting
Community Leaders
God the Father
Leaders
Salvation
Women
Afterlife
Self-Pity
Courting
Forgiving
Anger
Freedom
Submission
Gifts of the Spirit
Get Baptised
Works and Faith
Morals
Gift of Wisdom
Females in Leadership
Ordaining
Defence
Commitment
Hearing God
Consequences
Receive Forgiveness
Leadership Training
Living Hope
Zimbabwe
Start a Church
Prophet
New Believers
Being Generous
Study Scripture
Jobs
Entitlement
Misotheists
New Testament Prophet
Work Values
Deacons
Culture
Good News
Maturity
Self-Control
Word of Knowledge
Bitterness
Sickness
Courtship
Friendship
Church Plant
Hope
Trusting
Gifts
Baptized
Fasting
Overcomer
Words of Wisdom
Leadership
Encounter
Repenting
Challenges
Listening
Caring for Children
Four12 Partners
Training Leaders
St Johns
Relief Fund
Building Church
Evangelist
Dreams
Communion
Being Accountable
Occupation
Rejection
Misotheism
The Case for Christ
Kingdom Priorities
Biblical Contradictions
Movement
Family
Devotion
Goodness
Men
Serving
Word of Wisdom
Brokenness
Suicide
Desires
Lies
Fathering
Vulnerability
Accountable
The Apostolic
Kids
Intercession
Singleness
Fear
lead
Life
Repent
Anxiety
Obey
Child Care
Four12 Partner
Volunteer
Taiwan Church
Israel
Healthy Church
Teacher
Multi-site Church
Perseverance
Loving Others
Profession
Social Media
Hopelessness
Lee Strobel
Kingdom Living
Refining Fire
God's Glory
Love
Discernment
Gospel
Mercy
Shepherding
Work
Caring
Trials
Husbands
Offence
Humility
Idols
Pride
Evangelising
Obedient
Christian Leadership
Singles
Healing
Direction
Revelation
Conviction
Complacency
Recalibration
Guidance
Transformation
Volunteering
Taiwan Churches
Providence
New Testament Church
Pastor
Church Structure
Feminism
Apostolic Partnership
Vocations
Distractions
Christian Books
Christian Movies
Covenantal Love
Storms of Life
resilience
steadfastness
uncompromising
Four12 Conference
Marriage
Discipleship
Grace
Ministry
Sin
Worship
Confusion

Share with the world

Facebook
Twitter
WhatsApp
Telegram
Email