“Love, Honor and Obey,” by Dr. James R. Wining

2022 How does God know we love, honor and obey Him? Do we demonstrate to God this by giving, serving and worshiping? Do we know God, Jesus and The Holy Spirit? Who is in charge of man now? Is it man, is it the evil one or is it God. Now is the time of your testimony. Who do you worship? ActsFest culminates your life testimony into four short days. This will not be a Sunday worship service, a Revival for Evangelism. a Christian music festival or a group Bible study.  Instead ActsFest is a “Gathering of Believers,” much like those who gathered in The Upper Room. Different because unlike the Gatherings at the time of Jesus now the Gatherings are at time of The Holy Spirit.  Your testimony will be evidenced by your worship, your service and your giving. Worship means listening during this time for The Holy Spirit to speak to you and listening to those in the Gathering receiving instruction from The Holy Spirit. This will involve concentration, a clearing of your mind and patience…

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“The Higher Calling,” by Dr. James R. Wining

Most Christians have either grown up in the safety of a specific church or denomination or have been welcomed later in life by a church or denomination. In essence these people enjoy the benefits of a group with similar outlooks and perspectives. This includes education, correction and socialization under this same framework. While touching on the Bible from different points or references the development of understandings in Jesus Christ, The Holy Spirit and God maybe quite different. between such groups of people. Obviously, Jesus knew this would happen when he delivered his last prayer in John 17:9-21. He prayed for all of us to come together as one as He was one with God. This is the vision of Acts Ministry in all that it does. Unity, in Christ, through The Holy Spirit. Given the differences between denominations, faiths, churches and non-denominational bodies of Christ the task and road to the vision appears nearly insurmountable. In fact, time and time again ecumenical organizations have tried to accomplish unity but have had little results. Acts Ministry on the other…

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