Archive for 'Kingdom Notes eZine'
Posted on 23. May, 2012 by Martin Schmaltz.
Many today are spiritually hungry, yet they are turned off by the traditional expression of christianity. Is there a way to present Jesus and his kingdom in a way that is attractive?
Posted on 20. Mar, 2012 by Martin Schmaltz.
We are the sent representatives (ambassadors) of the Kingdom. We have been sent to individually unique cultures as personal representatives of our King, Jesus. It is our privilege and responsibility to speak, with full authority, declaring His will to this world. When we do so, we can expect the miraculous demonstration of the power of His Kingdom!
Posted on 15. Aug, 2011 by Martin Schmaltz.
It is common in the church world to create programs with positions, and then seek to assemble ministry teams based on the needs of the program. Many times individuals are asked to participate in areas that may not allow them to excel in their gifting. Unfortunately, this results in a lack of fruitfulness, which produces frustration and a high turnover of individuals and the program fails. Is there an answer? Can we make ministry more fruitful and fulfilling? I believe the answer is yes! It begins with our foundation.
Posted on 08. Mar, 2011 by Martin Schmaltz.
Apostolic Note Vol 5 No 4 So, I have been told by credible sources that I do not think normal! I guess it is so: I tend to ask a lot of question, searching for the underlying reason of many things. A few years ago I got to thinking: Why did God do the creation […]
Posted on 17. Feb, 2011 by Martin Schmaltz.
Apostolic Notes vol 5 No 3 How many times a week do you get asked for ID? You’re at the store, ready to check out with your card, the clerk asks you, “Can I see some ID please?” So what do you do? You reach for your drivers license. Ok, so what is so different […]
Posted on 31. Jan, 2011 by Martin Schmaltz.
Many are discussing the changes in our society and wondering what it will take for the church to be successful in the 21st century. This apostolic note addresses a couple of ideas that could greatly benefit the church.