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From Prison to Ordained Minister

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We are thrilled to announce that a CLU student who completed a Master of Divinity from Christian Leadership University while in prison, is now out and has been ordained and become active in ministry! Thank You, Lord, for Your amazing grace.

CLU Graduation - Togo 2017

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Congratulations to all graduates of Leadership Training Centre who received their CLU degrees in 2017! Special thanks to Gbadamassi Hansindé Inoussa, the director of the school in Togo, West Africa, who has successfully led it for many years. Bless you all for your diligence, persistance and excellence. May God continue to anoint you as you go forth to minister His grace to others!

High Praises, His Presence & Roaring

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The verses below were presented in The Furious Sound of Glory by Jeff Jansen. This inspiring book shares many examples of miracles being released as a result of roaring sessions. I highly recommend it to you.

500 Blogs Topically Categorized & Linked: Trusted Information at Your Fingertips

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Full Listing of ALL Mark and Charity's Blogs AVAILABLE HERE. Discover 36 high-interest, topical categories. This is a hyperlinked index to key articles Dr. Virkler and his daughter Dr. Charity Kayembe have written over the years. Explore and share with your friends these free, practical, biblical, trusted, training resources which guide you into Christian spirituality and health.  A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver (Prov. 25:11).

Take God's Medicine Three Times a Day

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Derek Prince tells his story of being healed by taking God’s Word as medicine three times a day. He was in the British army in World War II in an Egyptian military hospital, lying sick with a chronic skin infection for 12 months. Derek was newly baptized in the Holy Spirit and he felt he was short on faith for healing, so God opened this Scripture to him: “Faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God” (Rom. 10:17). So faith can come. Derek asked God: “How can I ‘hear’ what the Bible has to say to me so that faith can come?”

How Faith & Love Flow Together

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God's abiding realities include faith, hope and love (1 Cor. 13:13). In this article we will explore two of these three. In the twenty-six verses below, you will see that faith and love are linked. We maximize the release of the anointing of the Spirit of God when we are living in both faith and love. Faith arises as God speaks and grants vision (Gen. 12:1-3; 15:5, 6; Rom. 10:17). Love is expressed when a wave of God’s compassion flows out through you (Matt. 14:14; Jn. 7:37-39).

Participate in a Journey of Compassion to Kenya

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My life was transformed when I went on a Journey of Compassion with Steve Stewart to India several years ago. Everyone on the team prayed and saw healings take place. I LOVED the 10-day trip, and wrote several blogs (listed here) about the various days’ activities and ministry.

Calling All Prayer Warriors to Unite!

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Please immediately read this blog by Elijah List: "Hurricane Irma and North Korea—Declare a Supernatural Turnaround!" Let's not just watch. Let's pray and change history!

Can Unsaved Children Hear God's Voice?

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My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me (Jn. 10:27). Question from Sue: In the Tent Time, it's encouraging kids to learn how to hear God's voice. I think this is awesome. But the thought crossed my mind and I wanted your answer – Is it possible for someone who has not yet received Jesus to in fact be able to hear Him? I'm thinking of the Scripture, "My sheep know My voice." I'm wondering if children who have not been led into salvation with Christ will still hear from Him?

Does the Bible REALLY Say “Study to Show Yourself Approved”?

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I sure hope the Bible says to study, because when I was a young Christian, I memorized this important command from the King James Version: “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth” (2 Tim. 2:15 KJV). This resulted in me devotedly applying my mind and intellect to the acquisition of knowledge of the Bible for many years. However, one day I discovered that the New King James Version replaced the word “study” with the accurate meaning of the Greek word spoudazō, which is, “Be diligent.”


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