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Campaign Africa – Uganda Empowerment

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Partner with us as we travel to Uganda, East Africa January 2013.  We will be ministering daily in Kampala at a conference of pastors and church leaders from many East and Central African nations. The following week we will be ministering at several country churches throughout Uganda and a final service back in Kampala. Top of Form Bottom of Form Background: While attending Kenneth Copeland’s 2009 Southwest Believers convention, we met Gerald K.  That year we brown bagged our lunches; at Tuesdays lunch break, we noticed Gerald and asked him what he was doing for lunch.  He indicated he couldn’t so we invited him to join us with our lunch. For the rest of the week he joined us and shared his story of his trip to convention and about his ministry, Alpha Orphanage Project, in Kampala, Uganda.  As the week progressed a significant event occurred that established a particular bond between us.  Friday evening we parted company after we traded names, address, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses. By Christmas we traded the obligatory Christmas greetings and thought that was pretty much all the contact we would have with him.  Not so; the Holy Spirit had a grander plan in mind.  While we were readying for the day around Thanksgiving time 2011, as we were watching our favorite preachers there was only one theme we were hearing: “FEED THE POOR” – of Africa.  We have never been particularly inspired to partner  with any of those efforts but this time was different.  We sought the Holy Spirit and this is what He told us to do.  He said, “Find the rain!”  So we began studying the world map we have on the wall in our kitchen and we began to recall the reports of flood rains across New Zealand, Australia, the Philippines and Southeast Asia.  The we went to Romans 8:19 which say that all creation awaits the manifestation of the Sons of God.  That with the several years of listening to and hearing the WORD concerning the BLESSING as taught by Brother Kenneth Copeland, we stood on Romans 8:19 and ordered the wayward rains to return to Africa, NOW!  Since then we are hearing reports of unusual and out...

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Teaching Notes

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The following links open up a *.pdf document.  We recommend that Adobe Reader Be installed on your computer. Although no copyright protection is invoked on this creative work,  there are referenced material that are protected by US and foreign copyright.  We ask that you respect the applicable copyright owners.  To that end, we have sought and received permission to use specifically copyrighted material and have so stated heading the copyrighted material.  As such, all laws governing the use of copyrighted material are fully applicable and enforceable. This index arranges Alphabetically and by First Presentation Date You may need to press “F5” to refresh the new window. On August 6th through the 11th, 2007 we attended Kenneth Copeland’s Southwest Believer’s Convention in Fort Worth, Texas. The general speakers were Kenneth Copeland, Gloria Copeland, Jessie Duplantis, Jerry Savelle and Creflo Dollar. If we any had doubt about their integrity and more importantly their love for God the I AM, their love for His Word and their genuine love, care and concern for All peoples, that has been done away. I lack the words to adequately describe the humility these people live their lives. If it were to be ever our place to defend them we would be at the front of the line; and that place is not ours to take. God Almighty is their vindicator; they need none other. We know; we were there. Since 2007, we have attended the 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 Southwest Believers Convention.  This pilgrimage has become our vacation.  We arrive the Saturday before so we can attend Eagle Mountain International Church on the campus of Kenneth Copeland Ministries in Newark, Texas about 20 miles north of downtown Fort Worth on the northwest side of Eagle Mountain Lake.  At the end of the regular service there is a meet and greet for the e-members and out of town visitors where we have the opportunity to meet members of the Copeland family.  So far we’ve met Pastors George and Terri (Copeland) Pearsons their son and daughter with their spouses; Steven and Kellie (Copeland) Swisher and most of her children and spouses as appropriate. We have not yet met John and Marty Copeland except from afar or...

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Humble Yourself Beneath the Mighty Hand of God.

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I desire to challenge you to consider this definition: To Be Humble: To agree with another what that person says about you.  To often, though, humility is misconstrued as becoming subservient to another.  In the Grace of God, when He directs us to be humble, that humility is not debasing, embarrassing or depredating.  As much as Father God detests the proud and haughty – based on their own measure – Father God desires you to walk proud in Him.  He greatest desire is for you to be everything He created you to be.  The following list is one that was given to me very early in my Christian walk.  Because of childhood issues, it was very difficult for me to receive from God all these good things HE was asking me to accept about myself – and, only because He called these attributes to be even though they had not come to fruition. Perhaps the greatest revelation that convinced me of Father God’s desire for me to humble myself before Him was to come to understand that Jesus, the Christ, sits at the right hand of Father God as a human being – as in flesh and bones – not some ethereal being.  Now, it makes sense Jesus would care for me the way His word says He does; now it makes sense why Father God desires to lavishly bless us and love us without restraint. Additionally, as we become aware of the Jewish sin sacrifice, we learn that when the “sinner” desired atonement he would bring his perfect lamb to the High Priest of the temple.  The High Priest did not judge the “sinner”, he knew why he was there; the High Priest examined the lamb to be sure it met the standard to be used as the sacrifice to atone the “sinners” sins. In this same manner Jesus, the Christ (THE BLESSING) is our perfect sacrifice before Father God.  HE considered the sacrifice and counted Jesus worthy not to merely atone for our sins, but more importantly remit our sins. WHO I AM IN CHRIST JOHN 1:12           I AM GOD’S CHILD JOHN 15:15         I AM CHRIST’S FRIEND ROMANS 5:1      I HAVE BEEN JUSTIFIED 1 COR 6:17          I...

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Our Authority in Christ

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Right now, look up Genesis 1:28 and Romans 8:19.  Read them out loud and hang on to them; because I am about to tell you a story that brings these two verses to life. Around Thanksgiving time (USA) of 2011, my wife and I were watching Christian TV.  We flipped through the channels only to hear several prominent Christian ministries running their annual appeal to “feed the starving poor in Africa.”  We looked at each other and asked. “whay after 60 years are we still feed the starving poor in Africa?”  We had heard about the “drought” in Africa, but it still didn’t answer the question.  We had been listening and hearing the teachings of Kenneth Copeland concerning the believer’s authority.  We connected the two verses that we just opened with. Earlier in August 2009 while at Kenneth Copeland’s Southwest Believer’s Convention in Fort Worth, Texas, USA, we met Gerald.  Gerald is from Uganda and was sort of begging for something to eat.  We invited him to join us for lunch He told us his situation that he had flown in from Entebbe, Uganda to Houston Texas, not knowing he had to get his way to Fort Worth.  That he had spent what money he had to get to Fort worth and had no eating money and needed a way back to Houston.  He had brought some necklaces that Ugandan widows had made that he intended to give as gifts.  But now he was trying to panhandle them off to raise fare money. The ushers came to me and asked me to advise Gerald that his panhandling was not acceptable.  When he told me what was going on, I sought the Holy Spirit for guidance.  The Holy Spirit instructed me to have Gerald select the most valuable necklace; and that he was to run it up to the platform when the next session started (Jerry Savelle) and shout Kate, Kate (Now, Now).  The next day, Gerald came up to me and announced that someone had given him fare to be able to return to Houston and thusly back to Uganda. Back to Thanksgiving 2011:  We took hold of Romans 8:19.  We had already been standing on that verse in dealing with...

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