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The Provocative Church

The Provacative Church: What do I do Now?

Bishop TJ Johnston

The Provocative Church: Who Defines You

August 26, 2018 • Bishop TJ Johnston

The Provoctive Church: We Seek Outsiders

August 19, 2018 • Rev. Shay Gregorie

The Provocative Church: The Priority and Power of Prayer

August 12, 2018 • Bishop TJ Johnston

The Provocative Church: Rooted and Unshakable is what matters most

August 5, 2018 • Bishop TJ Johnston

The Provocative Church: Ananias and Sapphira

July 22, 2018 Teaching • Bill Walker

The Provocative Church: Generously Encouraging Others

July 15, 2018 Teaching • Bishop TJ Johnston

The Provocative Church: A Priority of Prayer

July 8, 2018 Teaching • Bishop TJ Johnston

The Provocative Church: See a Need and Meet It

July 1, 2018 Teaching • Bishop TJ Johnston

The Provocative Church: Life Together

June 24, 2018 Teaching • Rev. Shay Gregorie

The Provocative Church: Relevance or Resilience​

June 17, 2018 Teaching • Bishop TJ Johnston

The Provocative Church: Eagerly Desire Gifts of the Spirit

June 10, 2018 Teaching • Bishop TJ Johnston

The Provocative Church: First Things First

June 3, 2018 Teaching • Bishop TJ Johnston

“There is only one power that exists on this planet that can change a heart. It’s the power of the love of Jesus Christ, the love that conquers sin and wipes out shame and heals wounds and reconciles enemies and patches broken dreams and ultimately changes the world, one life at a time. And the radical message of that transforming love has been given to the church, which is why the church is the most beautiful, the most radical, the most dangerous, the most glorious enterprise on the planet. There is nothing more worthy of our lives investment. There is nothing like the local church when it’s working right. Its beauty is indescribable. Its power is breathtaking. Its potential is unlimited. It comforts the grieving and heals the broken in the context of community. It builds bridges to seekers and offers truth to the confused. It provides resources for those in need and opens its arms to the forgotten, the downtrodden, the disillusioned. It breaks the chains of addictions, frees the oppressed, and offers belonging to the marginalized of this world. Whatever the capacity for human suffering, the church has a greater capacity for healing and wholeness [in Christ Jesus].” Serious Times: Making Your Life Matter In An Urgent Day, James Emery White (148-149).

The Provocative Church

May 27, 2018 Teaching • Rev. Anthony Kowbeidu