What does it mean to be an apostle? Bill Scheidler shows from the Word that an apostle is not someone who dominates and manipulates. No, an apostle is someone who serves the people and is like a father to them. Paul founded the church in Corinth and was like a spiritual father to them. He says in 1 Corintiers 4:15 “...you might have ten thousand instructors in Christ, yet you do not have many fathers”. A father is someone who serves his children, has patience and is full of love! Read on to learn about the true heart of apostleship.
Europe needs more apostolic workers to bring the Kingdom of God. Dick Scoggins shares why he thinks Europe is ready to release more apostolic workers.
The word apostle means “send one”. In the New Testament there are different kind of apostles. For example, Paul was an apostle to the unreached Gentiles (Pauline) and Peter went to the Jews (Petrine). Dick Scoggins writes in this article what the differences between the two groups are and how they could function to bring the Kingdom of God.
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