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“ It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the … Continue reading
Today’s installment of Principley Speaking touches on the Third Principle of Unity, the Principle of Perception. Marcus Norris is a previous member of the Executive Board of Christian Unity Ministries and has taught 5 Principles of Unity both here and … Continue reading
Today, Dr. Ann Farris, assistant city manager for the City of Killeen, teaches on the Principle of the Enemy. Ann is a gifted communicator, longtime teacher for 5 Principles and appears on our audio training materials. Ann has traveled to both the … Continue reading
Today, It’s my turn. For those of you just tuning in to our new video segment, we are featuring several teachers of 5 Principles demonstrating how they might teach a particular principle. We’ve heard some great stories so far! Please … Continue reading
Please enjoy as Pete Barker talks about the Principle of the Enemy and donning the full armor of God!
In this segment of Principley Speaking Revisited, Marcus Norris uses an introductory illustration to talk about Relationships. It is the strength of the Relationships among us that will fortify and bind us or weaken and divide us. Enjoy this week’s … Continue reading
Marcus W. Norris September 10, 2012 “All this is from God who reconciled himself to us through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation: that God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not counting men’s sins against … Continue reading
The bottle was a simple little bottle….plain, plastic, something you could buy at any corner drugstore. It was certainly not worthy for something as sacred as blessed oil for healing. But it sufficed. It started in a tiny little church … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Today’s post was written by Andrew Guthrie, a team member of our South Africa 2012 trip. As you can tell from his post, he was the perfect team member and invaluable to our efforts! Hi, I’m Andrew, … Continue reading
Today’s lesson on accountability features Blake Coffee discussing the concept that we each have some responsibility for each other’s relationship with Christ. Want to know what that has to do with scraped knees? Watch and see!