How Pastors and Leaders Should Treat others. PT1 …by John & Amy Meyer

Part 1. This is a very big issue and a touchy topic in todays Church, worldwide. How should a leader treat those they have influence with? There have been many who have been mistreated, abused and controlled by the hand of an orphan or wounded leader.

We have often said that Leaders in the Church world are not exempt from living out the fruit of the spirit towards others. No, in fact, they should be the example of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, long-suffering, faithfulness, and self-control in the earth.

Listen in on our rant and solution for good leadership to be established in the Church and business world.

Video: Have Fun and The Answer Will Come….by John & Amy Meyer

Ok, you’ve done all the praying, interceeding and striving to make something happen. It’s time to stop worrying and dwelling on how and when your answer is gonna come. It’s time to hand it all over to God and go have fun! It’s amazing how you’ll find that the answers you’re looking for will come in a way and at a time you never would have thought.

Spiritual Warfare is Changing…by John Meyer

Our spiritual warfare is changing. It’s no longer about warring trying to make something happen that we think should happen. We are now beginning to understand that it’s about going higher….to the place of authority in Christ seated right next to Him. Our warfare is now about standing in our tangible identity and letting the power of dunamis peace cast the demons out when they try to come near. It’s the place Jesus lived while walking the earth and it’s now the place He’s walking in oneness with us. – John Meyer

Video: God is calling you back into the game, but it’s not gonna look the same…by John & Amy Meyer

Many people have gone through some very challenging times and seasons over the last decade and longer. They either become shipwrecked in their weariness and pain or they rise from the depths of what they’ve been through to engage the call again. Amy and John share the importance of remaining flexible to change and the grace God is pouring out to jump back into the game. Only this time it’s not gonna be the same.