Many view prophetic ministers as folks who merely float from one place to the next as itinerant ministers who give “words of the Lord”...Read More
In February, Apostle John Kelly and I had several notable meetings with apostolic, church and governmental leaders in Managua, Nicaragua.
On Friday, we met with many of the most influential apostolic leaders in Nicaragua at Guillermo Osorno’s beautiful villa. We discussed the benefits and formation of a coalition for the nation. Everyone present agreed with excitement to begin the Nicaraguan Coalition of Apostolic Leaders (NCAL). Roberto Sarria is the new Convenor. Apostle Sarria and his uncle, Guillermo Osorno, are the owners of Enlace TV, a very influential broadcasting station that reaches the nations, http://www.enlace.org.Read More
Over the past decades of working with people to establish ministries and enterprises, I have observed individuals who are “toxic” leaders. Sadly, it is not always easy to identify a toxic leader, too often we will not realize it until we see the destruction they cause to the team - and ultimately to the mission.Read More
Apostle Paul was comfortable using various analogies to describe how he interacted with people ranging from being a father, a mentor and even a mother to many! His apostolic building mandate included investing in others. Whilst we would probably all agree that conferences and programmes have their place, nonetheless we would also assert that our churches grow by investing in people and as we seek to help them achieve their leadership potential we will see growth. The following are just a few principles on how we can create a ministerial framework to invest in people and see our people develop as Kingdom communities.Read More
Momentum has been building with Apostolic Leaders across Canada, as plans are well under way to conduct the CCAL Congress. We are meeting in Ottawa. Lance Wallnau is our keynote speaker, says Convenor George D. Johnson.Read More