Relativism, political correctness, and cancel culture increasingly permeate our world. None of this is new – consider Genesis 3 and a passage such as Psalm 2. Ultimately, relativism is impossible and untenable, forcing its own absolutes on the world. Better to fear the Lord which is the beginning of wisdom. To those who say “all truth is relative” a first response can be “are you absolutely sure”?
Tag: christian theology
Many people have experienced shame in their life, or maybe even now live with shame. Shame is very “internal” and over time has a corrosive effect on our soul. I invite you to listen to an audio message to better understand the “dynamics” of shame to help realize healing and freedom from shame.
The Presence of Christ is central and absolutely necessary for the ministry of healing and transforming prayer. No method, no technique, no analysis, no system – a complete “paradigm shift”. Then the questions become – what are the sorts of things that Jesus does when he “shows up”? How do we discern His voice and his true presence? An audio message seeks to answer these questions along with examples from ministry sessions.
Our emotions function as indicators of our souls, pointing to our personal pain, inner conflicts, beliefs about God and much more. We need to listen to our souls as part of our healing and personal transformation. This is in stark contrast to psychiatric medication that typically numbs the soul, prevents lasting healing and undermines spiritual growth.
A “divine wake-up call” in Cairo, avoiding an accident with a semi-trailer, and more, has helped me to know God as Father. This is all part of our spiritual wholeness and at times comes up in healing prayer sessions.