A few days ago, my wife and I were watching television news. As we cringed at another video of “protestors” screaming and gesticulating in the face of police officers, we were struck by the hatred that spewed out. Unreasoning, shrieking, and red-faced, the black-clad young people seemed to be driven by some dark force beyond … Continue reading Verbal Vitriol? That’s Unacceptable!
“Moving Christians from the pew to the harvest.” Matthew 9:36-38 May 1, 2020 Are you ready for what comes next, Friend? For many of us, the entire month of April has been spent in a sort of suspended animation. This is a unique time. I pray you are well, and have found ways to be … Continue reading April Update from Pastor Virgil
Seamos personas de sustancia. Hacienda obras de poder ¡Unámonos, Amigos! Un hombre con lepra vino y se arrodillo frente a Jesús, rogando que le sanara. “si tú quieres, sáname y límpiame,” dijo. Movido por compasión, Jesús se acercó a Él y le toco. “si, si quiero” le dijo, “!se sano!” (Marcos 1: 40-41 NTV) Luego … Continue reading De la abundancia del corazón – Edición Especial 2
This is the first video in what I hope will be a series of conversations with people who have been part of the ministry of Faith Ministry Training Institute or other arms of pastorvirgil.com. Our constant goal is to move people out of the pew and into the harvest. Rather than tell you about these … Continue reading From the Pew to the Harvest: Use What’s in Your Hand
But you forgive us, so that we should stand in awe of you. I wait eagerly for the LORD's help, and in his word I trust. I wait for the Lord more eagerly than sentries wait for the dawn--- than sentries wait for the dawn.Psalms 130:4-6 GNB Here we are at Sunday again. For most … Continue reading Sunday Supernaturally: Thoughts from the Bunker