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North West Regional Conference – https://thefellowshipnetwork.net/conferences/2019-north-west-conference/Advance 2019 Lodging – https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/group-booking/GSPRG/G-FULGGrand Canyon University College of Theology –...
I believe that we wrestle not with flesh and blood but with principalities and powers. When we do spiritual warfare, we are partnering with the powers of Heaven.
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Don Westbrook Anniversary Celebration - https://www.facebook.com/events/351442888777755/North West Conference in Wyoming - https://thefellowshipnetwork.net/conferences/2019-north-west-conference/Children of Prisoners Project -...
If you pastor a church, you understand the pressure of continuing your education while occupying the pulpit
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I am concerned about the enemy’s use of oppression on those who are in ministry leadership.
It’s a brand new year and a new season for growth in our ministry and relationship with God.
I love Christmas! I love the music, the decorations, the food and special times with friends and family.
Yvonne is looked after by her sister because both her parents are in prison and not due for release for another 17 years. But sponsorship changed her life. Read her words: "I have never imagined that someone besides my parent would love me this much. I use...
Who in your congregation has a special passion for reaching the least of these—the poor, the orphan, the outcast, the fatherless?
Dear TFN Family, Our hearts and prayers go out to all of those families, homes, churches, and businesses affected by Hurricane Florence the East Coast. I am personally experiencing the realities of his historic storm as several communities in our area contain flooding...
Vaughn Walwyn believes in the power of the local church to change communities. As a church planter and pastor, Von Won bring a fresh encouragement about the change we can see when we advance the Gospel...together!
Beverly Weeks is an accomplished speaker, author, and counselor with a wealth of wisdom on healthy relationships and ministry. At our Ladies Luncheon, she encourages us to avoid the trap of comparison and to speak words of life over our lives...
Four steps: 1. Identification, 2. Injection, 3. Involvement, 4. Change
Fred Joob from Christian Life Church in Mt Prospect, IL. 1 Chron 12:33 "...experienced soldiers prepared for battle with every type of weapon, to help David with undivided loyalty..."
When we walk where Jesus walked, we get a new perspective on the Bible! President Holder and Harry Schmidt share about an exciting upcoming trip to the Holy Land and invite you to be a part of it.
We have been entrusted with the most valuable thing God can give: the indwelling of His Holy Spirit. Lee Grady teaching on six pitfalls to avoid as we move out in Spirit-empowered ministry.
Lee Grady exhorts us to think in generational terms, to find the Pauls, Barnabasess, and Timothys that will carry what we carry and take it to the next level.
Scott Hinkle shares the fundamentals of creating a culture that meets people where they are and connects them with the hope of the Gospel.
Franklin Santagate is on a mission to bring light into the darkness through media. His Christian media company PureFlix is bringing wholesome, Christ-honoring content to millions of users worldwide.
Scott Hinkle is a man on a mission: to share the Gospel of Jesus with as many people as he can over the course of his life. Scott shares his purpose, mission, and assignment, as well as five ways that God works in our lives.
President Steve Holder opens our 2018 International Conference with a stirring exhortation about the power of unity. Presentation Slides
The Fellowship is traveling to Israel in 2019! President Steve Holder and Vice President Harry Schmidt will be leading a trip from November 4-13, 2019. We will tour important historic sites such as the Mount of Olives, the Garden Tomb, the...
Those who have fallen fighting for our country gave up their tomorrows so we could enjoy our freedom today.
It’s 7 AM on a chilly, Sunday morning in early February. The parking lot is already filling up at Clements Boys & Girls Club, in Killeen, Texas. As three, 24 foot trailers arrive, Faith Point boldly emblazoned on the sides, people...
We are all on Team Jesus. And because of Him, we are better together than we are apart.
On this last night of the conference, Pastor Phil inspires us to investigate God's wonders and His Word. It takes a decision, action, hunger and time but it leads to revelation, expectation, impartation, and transformation!
Pastor Steve Holder shares an anointed, compelling message on the power of engagement and what that looks like for churches today.
Pastor Kevin Hunter welcomes everyone to the start of the NW Conference and inspires us to "Rise Up" in Jesus in fresh, new ways!
On Saturday, April 7th, my father C.R. Holder went to be with Jesus. He was 86 years old.
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On behalf of The Fellowship Network, I pray that you experience a most blessed Resurrection Sunday.
Our goal is for 50 of our member churches to answer the call by the end of April. Will you rise up to meet the need?
Tuesday, February 6th, 2018
I have a very exciting announcement to share with you today. Our TFN ministry team is EXPANDING as God continues to bless and expand our global Kingdom Impact. A little over two years ago, we embarked on a journey to bring hope to some of the most vulnerable people in...
Begin the New Year with prayer and fasting.
Wins don’t happen by accident. They happen because of teamwork.
I am filled with hope and anticipation for what God is doing.
From all of us here at The Fellowship Network, Merry Christmas and a Blessed Prosperous New Year.
In our hearts and our priorities, we must always make room at the inn.
This Thanksgiving, I am rejoicing for each and every one of you, our members.
“How would you like to take a trip to Zambia?”
That one phone call from an old friend in the ministry changed my life.
It’s important to God. Which is why it must be important to us.
Now more than ever, it is important for us to view life’s circumstances from a Heavenly perspective.
Who knows how your faithfulness will echo into eternity?
A lead minister’s day is never over.
Let’s rise up as a Fellowshipn during this difficult time.
How have you found belonging in Christ?
Psalm 78:4 “We will tell the next generation about the glorious deeds of the Lord…”
I’m encouraged by the growth we have seen as a Fellowship in 2017.
We need to be ok with being uncomfortable in order to gather the Harvest.
Thank you everyone who has volunteered, donated, or supported the disaster relief in any way.
We pray all is well for you, your families, your churches and your ministries as we turn the corner into Fall.
Have you ever been in a field right before harvest? You can feel the anticipation in the atmosphere. The farms are buzzing with activity - tractors getting last-minute tune-ups, silos and barns being prepped to receive the bounty, and people working everywhere working...
The waters are starting to recede in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, but the recovery work is just beginning.
As the greater Houston area grapples with the enormity of the devastation, signs of hope are starting to emerge.
We should be challenged to put actions to our faith – to go beyond ourselves and serve when the need arises.
Jesus showed a remarkable ability to stay calm during stormy times.
Two days of worship and fellowship, with times of in-depth ministry and refreshing.
We need fresh-brewed confidence for the extraordinary circumstances we’ve yet to encounter today
Jesus prayed “Your Kingdom come, Your will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven.”
I want to thank all the dedicated people who made this year’s conference a success.
Photos from the South Central Regional Conference in Mesquite, TX
Scott Hoxworth and Jayde Duncan share an intimate and vulnerable discussion about identity, trust, and honor in mentoring relationships. A must-watch for all shepherds of any age.
Jayde Duncan is the senior pastor of Antioch Church in Colorado Springs, CO.
Brad Oaster is one of the most sought-after church consultants in America.
It’s tempting to think that the next big thing will be the key to taking your ministry to the next level.
An ounce of preparation is worth a pound of cure. Chip Pierce explains the importance of having an emergency plan BEFORE a crisis strikes.
The counseling needs of your community are great! Jo Ann Newton serves professionally in the youth counseling world and brings her unique insight into the challenges of counseling in the local church.
To strike when the iron is hot is to maximize your effectiveness with proper timing.
his week, Family Cathedral of Praise in Mesquite, TX is hosting over 100 pastors, ministers, evangelists, and missionaries for our South Central Regional Conference.