Week 8 Recap: Dominion and Identity

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November 10, 2019 to November 16, 2019 After learning about demons and deliverances last week, interns deepened their knowledge about the spiritual realm through learning about their dominion and identity. Interns began the week with guest speaker and Pastor George Daviduk on learning about wisdom, hearing God’s voice, and about why God does things or allow events to happen. Throughout …

4 Lessons in Christmas

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Around 221 A.D. Sextus Julius Africanus Christianized the “day of the birth of the unconquered sun”, a popular holiday in the Roman Empire that identified December 25th as the birth of the Son of God, however, it is most likely that Jesus was not born on December 25th. Even though the culture has shifted the focus of Christmas towards Santa, …

Some Assembly Required

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God likes puzzles. You are one of them, and He wants to make you resemble His greatest work of art, the life of Jesus. It will take faith and patience on your part, but if you will keep looking to His design, He promises that you will become what He has designed.

How to Find a Spouse (Example of Shoes)

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For those of you who work out or go running, you know how important it is to have good shoes. You can’t work out or run while wearing dress shoes. Women know how painful it is to wear high heels for an extended period of time. There are shoes that are intended to make you look good and then there …

Week 7 Recap: Demons and Deliverance

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November 3, 2019 to November 9, 2019 This week, interns learned about the demonic influences on the physical world and the practical steps of deliverance. Interns learned about different ways Satan can tempt and trap us in our daily lives through offenses, curses, legal rights and strongholds. In addition, interns were taught about bitterness and that the bait of Satan …

No Longer Lesbian

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At the tender age of four, Geovanna was victim to molestation. This tragic event would result in devastating consequences throughout her upbringing. Depression and anxiety would soon come to wreak havoc on Geovanna’s relationships, her ability to sleep, and her self-esteem. At the age of twelve, Geovanna began to notice other girls and felt attracted to them. When high school …

Declared Dead. . . Brought Back to Life.

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Brian grew up in a broken home where his parents got divorced when he was only six years of age. His family would go camping every weekend, where alcohol was the order of the day. At a tender age, it became normal for him to see so much drinking. By the age of 14, he began to do exactly the …

Week 6 Recap: Guest Speakers

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October 27, 2019 to November 2, 2019 This week, interns had the opportunity to learn from various guest speakers share about purpose, destiny, and how to defend their faith. Interns began the week with guest speaker Andrey Shapoval, sharing the message about accessing the kingdom of God after salvation. Then, pastor Vas Yarosh from Next Beginnings church taught the class …

Becoming a Grateful Person

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I’m sure this is the 100th blogpost you came across about Gratitude, since Thanksgiving just happened a few weeks ago and we all had to stay true to the Holiday that focuses in giving thanks for everything you truly are blessed with. However,  being grateful shouldn’t be a once a year occurrence or the only time to really consider how much you should …

Why we “TALK” to Demons?

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Is it okay to talk to demons? Why do your pastors ask demons questions during deliverance? These are a couple questions we get regularly.  There are a few things we must keep in mind. In the Bible, we are commanded to cast out demons – that requires speaking. To be clear, we are NOT encouraged to have conversations with demons. …

The Power of Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated in Canada, the United States, some of the Caribbean islands, and Liberia. It began as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. Similarly named festival holidays occur in Germany and Japan. We all have many things to be thankful for:Got drinkable water? About 1.1 …

Lonely and Married

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Isaiah 54:5-6 “For your Creator will be your husband…” I know the title captured you and that’s why you are here. Feeling lonely in marriage seems like a paradox. Saying “I do,” to a life long partnership, should automatically mean you’ll never be alone again. Building a life side by side, for better or for worse, it meant together. However, …