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Ananias and Sapphira

Ananias and Sapphira

Elvis Iverson

www.elvisiverson.com

In Acts 5:1-11 we see the story of Ananias and Sapphira, and when they lie to the Holy Spirit they died. 410 more words

Elvis Iverson

Supervision and Accountability

By Pastor Glem Melo

Comforted by God’s word… and God’s men!

The first time that I met and “fellowshiped” with Reformed pastors was in 2009. It was hosted and organized by the late Rev. 365 more words

Ministry

Glem Melo reblogged this on Pinoy Presby and commented:

Presbyterian polity comforts and builds up.

Supervision and Accountability

Comforted by God’s word… and God’s men!

The first time that I met and “fellowshiped” with Reformed pastors was in 2009. It was hosted and organized by the late Rev. 373 more words

Ministry

Glem Melo reblogged this on New Hope and commented:

Biblical accountability comforts and builds up.

The Church in the Home

The Church in the Home

Elvis Iverson
www.elvisiverson.com

This is the restoration of the church in the home, in the early church, the believers meet in homes, not for the reason that they could not meet in buildings, but meeting in homes is the will of God, for in the home there is love, and fellowship with one another. 531 more words

Elvis Iverson

Wise - #rethinkchurch

(Once again I’m following ReThinkChurch’s prompts for a photo-a-day during Lent.)

John Knox – John Calvin’s protégé who brought Reformed Christianity to the British Isles. Credited with developing the Presbyterian form of church government, particularly in Scotland. 22 more words

Photo-a-day

The Call to Community

The Call to Community

Elvis Iverson
www.elvisiverson.com

Many churches do not have community; only a very few have community, most have no ideal of what community is. 652 more words

Elvis Iverson

The Call of God

“The words of Jeremiah the son of Hilkiah, of the priests that were in Anathoth in the land of Benjamin: To whom the word of the Lord came in the days of Josiah the son of Amon king of Judah, in the thirteenth year of his reign” (Jeremiah 1:1-2). 465 more words