Andy Stanley


Sermons & Discussions

  1. Skin in the Game – Full, Unedited Conversation
    Your Move with Andy Stanley
    Guests :- Sam Collier & Joseph Sojourner
    Published On :- 2016-Sept-20th

  2. Exposed: Michael Leahy and ex-wife Patty talk with Andy Stanley about Michael’s sex addiction
    A compelling interview my ex-wife Patty and I did years ago at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, GA with Senior Pastor Andy Stanley. I’m posting it here so more people will watch it and reach out to me for help as we mentor men who struggle with sexual addiction and their hurting spouses. To learn more about our mentoring programs, visit
    Published On :- 2014-May-3rd
  3. Leadership, Preaching, & Cultural Engagement
    Conversation between Russell Moore and Andy Stanley at the 2016 ERLC National Conference
    Published On :- 2016-Sept-20th



Skin in the Game – Full, Unedited Conversation

  1. As Police Officers we want control
    • If people will just understand that they should do what we want them to do


Skin in the Game – Full, Unedited Conversation

  1. Bible Verses
    • But put on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make no provision for the flesh, to fulfill its lusts. ( Romans 13:14 )

Damon Thompson – 2017-March



  1. Damon  Thompson – Cycle Of The Supernatural
    The Place, Lyndon Amick, Brad Kuster, or Damon Thompson
    Published On :- 2014-Jan-16th
    Added On :- 2017-March-1st
  2. Damon Thompson- Remaining in the Wilderness
    Damon Thompson encourages us to continue in the process and outlines the benefits of a wilderness season in this Launch service message.
    Published On :- 2013-Oct-7th
    Added On :- 2017-March-1st
  3. Damon Thompson- Colliding With Trouble
    At Rochester First Assembly of God
    Published On:- 2102-Sept-7th
    Added On :- 2017-Mar-2nd
  4. Damon Thompson- In The Right Position
    Featured on Celebration Church podcast
    Uploaded On :- 2012-Feb-23rd

Sermons & Discussions for 2017-March



  1. Paris Reidhead
    • Satanic Strategy By Paris Reidhead
      Published On :- 2014-Jan-5th
  2. Damon Thompson
    • Damon Thompson- Discerning Transition and Receiving Direction
      Published On: 2013-Feb-3rd ( Super Bowl Sunday 2013 )
      Added On :- 2017-Feb-27th
  3. Live Your Song. | Jon Foreman | TEDxUniversityofNevada
    Published On:- 2016-Feb-8th
    Added On:- 2017-Feb-27th


Daniel Davis – Bruce Jenner’s Transformation Is A Lose-Lose For Liberal Ideology



Admittedly I have listened in on Juanita Bynum’s take on Eddie Long’s untimely transition a few times.

And, I summarized her comforting words here.

A short, less than 10 minutes, segment that talks of the Work of the Holy Spirit is here.

She mentioned a name Daniel Lamont, I think it was.

As I am not familiar with that name, googled it, but did not find correlative matches.


Daniel Davis

But, found an interesting article by my Tocayo, Daniel Davis.

I think listening into his thinking will help yours.



Bruce Jenner’s Vanity Fair coming-out party reaffirms traditional gender norms, even as he attempts to flee from them.


By Daniel Davis

JUNE 3, 2015

Judging from the new cover of Vanity Fair, it appears that Bruce Jenner’s highly publicized transformation to purported womanhood has finally reached its climax. The title reads, “Call me Caitlyn.” The actual meaning? “Call me woman.”

As we’ve seen in recent months, the transgender movement sees itself as the next civil-rights frontier. It clearly hopes to copy the LGBT movement in winning public approval by securing more and more media exposure. But as the movement makes its public appeal, some internal contradictions in liberal sexual ideology are quickly emerging. One major contradiction looms large for the transgender movement, and it deserves attention.

For years, a major aim of the sexual revolution has been to deconstruct gender differences as being “social constructs,” mere cultural projections of what maleness and femaleness are and mean. This critique evacuated gender of any physical meaning and reduced it to an existential feeling—a feeling of being male or female, regardless of one’s sexual biology.

The effect of this critique has been to relativize gender, and thus to abolish it as a meaningful category. Because you can no longer tie “femaleness” to a normative set of traits or acts (for example, wearing dresses or marrying men), the category itself cannot help but lose its meaning. To call any particular act a “male” or “female” act would be to revert back to antiquated, repressive, patriarchal norms—norms that only serve to foster social inequality.

This is the ideology that governs liberal sexual philosophy, and it collides head-on with major aspects of the transgender movement. Transgenderism is unavoidably based on a kind of gender essentialism. It recognizes gender identities as being associated with certain socially accepted norms. What does it mean, for example, that Jenner’s “gender” is female? It means that he gets a sex change. It means that he poses in traditionally female attire for the cover of Vanity Fair. It means that he reaffirms traditional gender norms, even as he attempts to flee from them.

So Now Femininity Has Meaning?

In fact, he cannot help but reaffirm them, for they are the only tangible way of expressing gender. Inner feelings must inevitably take on flesh, and gender—understood as a mere feeling—must inevitably express itself in material form.

This is a problem for the broader liberal sexual movement. It wants to celebrate transgenderism, but it cannot do so without referring to—and thus, at least tacitly affirming—gender norms. To celebrate Jenner’s femininity is actually to commit a liberal heresy: to revert back to a form of gender essentialism.

There’s a flip side to this coin. As we noted, liberal sexual philosophy strips the term “gender” of all normative meaning. It reduces gender to a cultural phenomenon. In doing this, it robs transgenderism of its key claims to gender authenticity, and therefore of its right to moral affirmation. Consider it this way: If gender has no real connection to biology and certain social traits, then someone’s claim to a gender identity is virtually meaningless. And if it is meaningless, how can we be morally obliged to recognize it—let alone even understand it?

Marc Lamont Hill of the Huffington Post caught on to at least part of this problem on Twitter recently. After making clear that he supports for Jenner’s new gender identity, he wrote:


Between the Vanity Fair spread and “she’s so pretty” convos, we’ve smuggled in the same old cis/Eurocentric narratives about womanhood.


If we only celebrate and welcome Caitlyn Jenner bc she conforms to tradition cis/and European standards of beauty, we are making a mistake.


Hill understands that affirming someone’s gender identity involves affirming some cultural instantiation of that gender identity. As a post-colonial liberal, he wants to tear down those standards because, in his view, they perpetuate social injustice and gender inequality. Hill wants to affirm people’s gender identity in the abstract, but refrain from affirming the particular instantiation of that identity.

Unfortunately for Hill, the transgender community is seeking an embodied affirmation, one that sees gender identities as rightly fitting with a certain biology, a certain set of clothes—a lived femininity. Caitlyn Jenner doesn’t want to be affirmed in the abstract. He wants America to affirm his gender identity in terms of a lived femininity, and that means affirming his sex change and clothes as feminine. Those cultural norms are exactly the kind of “repressive” gender norms that Hill and other progressives want to abolish.

Hence, the liberal contradiction. If you truly celebrate Jenner’s transition, you have to do it by recognizing some cultural narrative about womanhood, thereby perpetuating gender “inequality.” But if you’re committed to the abolition of gender norms, there’s no way you can affirm Jenner’s femininity, except in the meaningless abstract. It’s a lose-lose.

What Is Gender, Anyway?

The root problem that led to this contradiction was the divorcing of gender from sexual biology and social traits. Having critiqued gender norms as being social constructs (and oppressive ones at that), gender has now become a free-floating abstraction that is wholly disconnected from material norms.

For gender to actually mean anything, it must instantiated in particular ways of being—a particular biology, particular clothes, and a particular way of relating to the opposite sex.

Even if these ways of being were all socially constructed, they would be essential to any meaningful understanding of gender. When gender is unhinged from biological sex and from generic social traits, it is an empty term, devoid of content and meaning.

The transformation of Bruce Jenner into Caitlyn Jenner only proves this reality. For Bruce to actualize his “true gender”—his femininity—he had to get a sex change and dress up as a woman. His “gender” had obvious implications for how he would live.

There’s no getting around this connection between gender and sex, between gender and social traits. It testifies to the eternal fact that human beings are fundamentally soul and body. However much we might try to be gender Gnostics and suppress this objective connection between the body and the soul, we cannot achieve the separation. Just as the soul depends on the body, gender depends on biology. If we wish to speak of gender, we must speak of the body—and that’s not going to change.

Daniel Davis is editor at, a Christian journal dedicated to contemporary cultural issues.


  1. Oswald Chambers
    • The Privilege of Conviction
      Conviction of sin is one of the rarest things that ever strikes a man. It is the threshold of an understanding of God. Jesus Christ said that when the Holy Spirit came He would convict of sin, and when the Holy Spirit rouses the conscience and brings him into the presence of God, it is not his relationship with men that bothers him, but his relationship with God.
  2. Leonard Ravenhill
    • Holiness
      • The greatest miracle that God can do today is to take an unholy man out of an unholy world, and make that man holy and put him back into that unholy world and keep him holy in it.
    • Church
      • The early church was married to poverty, prisons and persecutions. Today, the church is married to prosperity, personality, and popularity.
      • The Church used to be a lifeboat rescuing the perishing. Now she is a cruise ship recruiting the promising.
    • How we live
      • One of these days some simple soul will pick up the Book of God, read it, and believe it. Then the rest of us will be embarrassed. 
      • Why is there this criminal indifference to the lostness of men? Our condemnation is that we know how to live better than we are living
  3. Mary Peckham
    • Lewis 1949 Revival Testimony by Mary Peckham
      • Conviction of sin in a season of revival is too terrible for words
      • The Spirit of God witnessed with my Spirit and I knew I was saved

Other good write-ups from

  1. Josh Holler
    Josh Holler is a graduate of Wheaton College with a B.A. in International Relations and a current student at Covenant Theological Seminary

    • Children as Vessels of Sanctification
  2. Matthew Arildsen
    Matthew Arildsen is pursuing an MDiv at Princeton Theological Seminary and is the associate editor for Ecclesiam

    • Voting Advice for Christians

Dr. Juanita Bynum


Music Videos



  1. Juanita Bynum
      Published On :- 2017-Jan-21st

      • Small Segment on the Role of the Holy Spirit
      • Full
  2. Bishop Neil Ellis, Nassau Bahamas
    • BEFORE THE SCANDAL Neil Ellis Prophecy for Eddie Long and New Birth Missionary Baptist Church
      Uploaded on :- 2010-Oct-01
      Prophetic message that Bishop Ellis ministered during Bishop’s 22nd Anniversary Celebration PRIOR to September 2010. 
  3. Eddie Long
    • Eddie Long – Last Full Sermon
      Published On :- 2017-Jan-17th



Neil Ellis

BEFORE THE SCANDAL Neil Ellis Prophecy for Eddie Long and New Birth Missionary Baptist Church

  1. A faith that has not been tested, is a faith that can not be trusted
  2. When it stops it is graduation and celebration




  1. If you do not know my pain, you can not understand my praise
  2. I had a nervous situation and the Doctors said I will never get well
  3. I had a divorce
  4. I was on welfare
  5. I found him to be
    • A Doctor in the sickroom
    • A Lawyer in the Courtroom
    • A healer
  6. Whatever situation you find yourself in
    • Praise you way out
  7. I don’t care how long it takes, I don’t mind waiting
  8. If any man be in Christ, he is a new creations
  9. Not just waiting on Christ
  10. He knows the way that I take and after he has tried me, I shall come out
    • Job 23:10
  11. Early one morning after I had made the sacrificial offering
    • The presence of the Lord filled the room


  1. Think enough of me to sow anything to me
  2. Birthdays
    • Are a reflective time for me
    • Reflective time for me
  3. Situations Arise
    • See a lot
    • Hear a lot
    • Yet, you have to be very careful
  4. When issues arise
    • Is it any of my business?
      • No Gossips
      • No backroom of  Churches
      • If food prepared, then I say can you wrap it up
    • That is beneficial
      • Stay true to self
      • Walk around fragmented
      • What you think or so is your idea or someone else
  5. Things going on in the body of Christ
    • Conquer Christianity
    • Enemy captures the essence of Christianity and make it look as if we were lack unity
  6. John 3-11
    • Truly, truly, I say to you, we speak of what we know, and bear witness to what we have seen, but you do not receive our testimony.
      If I have told you earthly things and you do not believe, how can you believe if I tell you heavenly things?
      No one has ascended into heaven except he who descended from heaven, the Son of Man.
      ( John 3-11 )
  7. You can not talk about anything
    • Requirement
      • unless you know what you are talking about
      • Are you an eyewitness to what actually happened
    • Disqualification
      • That said, it disqualifies many people
  8. When attack we teach
  9. When something is being said, then sometimes you have to speak to it
    • If the shoe fits, wear it
  10. James 1:19
    • Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger;
      ( James 1-19 )
  11. I wrote down 4 pages of notes
    • When I see that those many notes are required over one isolated situation ..
      • Then I think that the situation may have a thread that runs through it, but if the thread like a piece of yarn unravels itself 
      • Then there is no way an intelligent person, a spiritual intelligent person, can grab one item and being to harp on that one item
      • Because there is too much
      • It does not include one conversation
      • Not one dialogue, but so many dialogues
    • We have to see how we have conducted ourselves
    • What we say and how we say it
    • And, I saw from my notes that is something I leave alone
  12. I live my life out loud
  13. I live right
    • No one is coming to my hotel room
  14. My silence  { Segment 16th Minute }
    • My silence does not mean fear
    • It means that I respect you too much to disagree with you in public
  15. People say you have to stand for the Gospel { Segment 17-19th Minute }
    • And, I have done that, and I have been doing that for many years
    • And, standing with people who feel the choices they have made in their lives was not God’s Choice
    • But, you can only do that for people who feel convicted
    • Not for people who feel they are right and this is their personhood
    • We cannot believe that everyone is going to want Jesus
    • We cannot be so self righteous that everyone is gonna want salvation
    • I am called to those who are in question about their decision
    • Called to those whom God has giving an ear and they are hearing something in their Spirit
    • And, they are hearing that their own Spirit is in disagreement with their lifestyle
    • And, so when they come seeking, I am there to love them
  16. Preaching at Bishop “Goldstein?” Church
    • Went initially to teach on Prayer for 6 weeks
    • Was there all year, because God took over
    • 6 Months
    • Daniel Lamonte? came in
      • Dressed as a woman
      • Go get him and hug him
      • Hug him until he feels the presence of God
      • Till this day he is a man of God
  17. There is a system that was put in place many years ago
    • A system where people are dealt with in avery harsh way to deliver the word of God
    • Preached symptoms rather than they preach the Gospel
    • Preach precepts
    • Rather than preach on to get people better
      • We preach on what they are doing
      • How they are doing it
      • Whom they are doing with it
      • And, what they look like
  18. Authority
    • Who has the authority to get people better
  19. Different people called at Different Seasons
  20. If instruction not properly impacted
    • Anger if given in Anger
  21. But, people are so damaged in these hour ( Segment 25 )
    • They are hurting in ways, we know not of
    • People love God and I know that they do
    • We see people some people can accept God and God takes them out
      • Not everyone that loves God can live for him
        • Not everyone has that will power
    • Every one don’t have that kind of Strength and that is why we are to praise God when he strengthen us

Chuck Missler – Spiritual Gifts


  1. Spiritual Gifts Session 03

Chuck Missler – Spiritual Gifts – 03

  1. Psalm 2
    • All three ( God the Father, Son, Holy Spirit ) speaking to each other
  2. In a conference, someone asked “Are these seats saved?”
    • Chuck replied, “They are not even under conviction
  3. Gifts of Tongues
    • Common Wrongs
      • Cessationist – In Christianity, cessationism is the doctrine that spiritual gifts such as speaking in tongues, prophecy and healing ceased with the apostolic age.
        • Taught in most conservative seminaries
          • Dallas Theological Seminary
      • Overemphasis both the gift and the experience
        • Substitute Aspiration for Inspiration
  4. Healing
    • The goal is healing not exhortation
  5. Inspecting
    • We will do better to be Fruit Inspector than Gift Inspector
  6. Koinonia House Ministry
    • Core Mission is not evangelicalism
    • But, to repair the biblical illiteracy and abuse in the Church
  7. The great calling of your life is to discover what God has called you for


Works of Elohim



Doctrine of the Holy Spirit



Our relationship with him


Function and Role


Gift of Tongues


Gift of Tongues In the New Testament


Prophecy Over Speaking in Tongues


Gift Inspector Versus Fruit Inspector



Place For Tongue



Gifts of Prophecy



Agabus (Greek: Ἄγαβος) or Agabo was an early follower of Christianity mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles as a prophet.
He is traditionally remembered as one of the Seventy Disciples described in Luke 10:1-24.

According to extra-biblical tradition, Agabus appears to have been a resident of Jerusalem. He is said to have been one of the seventy disciples, mentioned in the Gospel of Luke, commissioned to preach the gospel.

It is said that Agabus was with the twelve apostles in the upper room on the day of Pentecost.

According to Acts 11:27-28, he was one of a group of prophets who travelled from Jerusalem to Antioch.
Agabus had received the gift of prophecy, and predicted a severe famine which the author of Acts says occurred during the reign of the Roman Emperor Claudius.

Also, according to Acts 21:10-12, ‘a certain prophet’, (Greek: τις) named Agabus met Paul the Apostle at Caesarea Maritima in 58 AD. He was, according to the Jamieson-Fausset-Brown Bible Commentary, ‘no doubt the same’ Agabus as had been mentioned in Acts 11:27-28, and Heinrich Meyer stated that ‘there is no reason against the assumed identity of this person with the one mentioned in Acts 11:28.

Agabus warned Paul of his coming capture; he bound his own hands and feet with Paul’s belt to demonstrate what would happen if he continued his journey to Jerusalem, stating the message of the Holy Spirit:

So shall the Jews at Jerusalem bind the man who owns this belt, and deliver him into the hands of the Gentiles“.

Paul, however, would not be persuaded to stay away.

Other Voices

  1. Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa
    Strange Fire – Friendly Fire an Interview with Brian Brodersen
    Published On: 2014-Mar-31