Entries by ralph

Dreams and Visions

I am deeply concerned about the current state of the Church where ministries – even anointed men and women of God – are teaching from their dreams and visions and not from the Word of God. They are taking their dreams and visions and calling them the “word of the Lord” when they have not […]

The Prophet

This is an exciting week. I have my friend Dennis Cramer from Dennis Cramer Ministries with me. He is a prophet of the living God and has been coming to the network of churches that I founded, and still oversee today, for the last 14 years. He is a proven and seasoned gift to the […]

The Holy Spirit has retired

If you listen to some preachers today you have to wonder if the Holy Spirit has retired or, at the least, gone away for an extended vacation. Jesus said that He would send the Holy Spirit and that the Holy Spirit would lead us into all truth. Now, we have internationally known “ministers” standing to […]

I Guess I’m Defective

Went to the local Chapters bookstore the other night. I do this once a month – not because I need more books to read but because I want to see what others are reading. Often I buy absolutely nothing. But, I am wanting to know what the average person today is reading … novels, biographies, […]

One young man – one long coffee

None but two! Last night in Saskatoon I had a long coffee with a young man I had the honour of prophesying over several weeks before – the word was for he and his wife. The coffee was planned as two guys hanging out getting to know each other. The start of a discipling and […]

None but one!

Last Sunday while here in Saskatoon I was stood up. I had scheduled some time at DQ to visit with and come to know a young man whom I had trained recently in evangelism and street witnessing. He was a “no show”. So, because I still had another later appointment and then a meeting before […]

A Surprize

I’m in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan for three days. A city of 215,000 people situated on a georgeous river that winds through the city. Dated and married my wife here some 34 years ago. Travel here often as I work with a number of churches in this great city. A three day trip to sort out issues […]

The Fight Continues

A Christian couple in the U.K. has been barred from serving as foster parents because they will not tell children that homosexuality is acceptable. Eunice and John Johns, who have four children of their own, have cared for 18 foster children over the past 12 years. The government council in Derby declared them unfit because […]

Repent – be baptized – and so saved!

Does baptism really save? After Peter’s first sermon he responded to a question from those listening. The Question:”What shall we do?” Peter’s answer: “Repent, and each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” Repenting is fairly […]

Africa and…

There are a number of invitations for this ministry to go to Africa to minister. Two of the most recent being from Uganda and, this morning, Kenya. I appreciate the need that exists in these nations – and elsewhere – for the gospel of Jesus Christ to be preached and people healed and saved. However, […]