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Revelation: Horses, Beasts, Dragons, Heads & Horns, And The Lamb

Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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The "Book of Revelation" is the revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave Him to show His servants - things which must shortly take place. It is an absolute necessity to understand the end times, eternal judgment, the future of the Saints, and the outcome of the rest of the world. This is a quick, insightful walk through of this important, foundation building book of the Bible.
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"The Real Grace" Book

by Chas Stevenson

Either righteousness comes by obedience, or it comes by faith alone, but it cannot be both. It sounds simple enough, as most Christians would agree on that note. But currently, there is some new enthusiasm over a re-emerging revelation of grace and righteousness. And out of it has developed a certain controversy in the Church today. Pastor Chas’ new book bridges the gap between "frustrating the grace of God" by pointing people back to law-keeping for righteousness and blessing, but also where it is possible to "fall short of the grace of God" by wrong doctrine and lifestyle.

Articles by Chas & Joni Stevenson

Whoo Hoo! I’m Saved!

One day in downtown Philadelphia I visited a mall to spend some leisure time.  Afterwards, I was outside on the sidewalk and noticed a very sad looking young man sitting on the bench.  I went and sat by him and opened up a conversation about the Lord.  He looked up at me and seemed really open to what I was saying.  He acknowledged his state of depression and rehearsed some of the reasons for his hopelessness.  He even described how he had attended church a few times somewhere, but that he didn’t have any relationship with God and felt the burden of guilt inside him.  I assured him that if he would open up and allow Jesus to enter his life, the light of God would be on his soul and his future would brighten up.  He believed the brief words I shared, and he prayed to receive Jesus right there.  As soon as he finished praying and dried his eyes, he looked up at me and started smiling—even laughing a bit.  He said, “I feel it.  I got it.  I’m okay now.  Thank you so much.”  And he jumped up from the bench and took off running down the busy sidewalk shouting, “I’m saved!  I’m saved!  I’m saved!  I’m saved!  Jesus Christ saved me!  Whoo hoo!”  He turned around once as he jumped up in the air, waved to me, and ran off praising and leaping with his hands in the air.  And that was the last I ever saw of him.

Women Preachers? Should It Be So?

Did you know...that God approves of women preachers, and even women pastors? He does. The Scriptures that have been used to silence women in churches have nothing to do with a mandate from God about who is called into pulpit ministry.

Do I Have Faith?, Part 2

Do I have faith?  It is a very important question to ask.  It almost embarrasses people to think the question, but it is imperative to answer if we want to get prayers answered.  Actually, a better question might be, "Do I have faith that is alive?"

Do I Have Faith?, Part 1

If we allow Him, through the Spirit, to rebuke us and instruct us, He'll help us achieve full assurance of faith, and He'll lead us right into victory.  Faith is not some character trait that we gain once and never lose.

About A Faith Walk

A Faith Walk is a media extension of Stevenson Ministries designed to ignite faith in people and send the full gospel truth around the world.  The consistent testimony heard of Chas and Joni’s exciting teaching and preaching ministry is that churches and believers are revived, refreshed, and awakened to God.  Chas and Joni also pastor Houston Faith Church, a Spirit-filled, inspired, growing church in Houston, Texas with a New Testament vision of building solid Christians who can change their world. 

About Chas & Joni Stevenson

Joni Stevenson is an exhilarating preacher, prophet, and pastor with a firey impartation that leaves people burning with love for God.  Upon leaving her CPA career in 2002, Joni and her husband pioneered Houston Faith Church, where they pastor together.  Joni also travels around the world in churches and conferences, demonstrating the power of God with gifts of the Spirit, miracles and healings, and precise, solid, New Testament doctrine.  Joni is a preacher, a kingdom shaker, a true gift of God to the Body of Christ.  From the first moment with Rev. Joni, people are tuned in and expecting, and by the end, they are left in awe of God and in love with Jesus, saying, “what just happened here?”

Chas Stevenson, a stimulating Bible teacher and author of the life-changing book, God, Why?, is also pastor of Houston Faith Church in Houston, Texas.  His ministry to the Church at large is marked with a refreshing demonstration of God’s Word and power that quiets the emotions, stirs the spirit, and brings people back to their high calling of God in Christ.  With New Testament, scriptural logic that feels like bowling balls crashing through glass pins, Chas is a foundation builder of God’s Word in people, holding nothing back in igniting people’s faith toward God while keeping false doctrine and common Christian distractions exposed by the Word of God. …strong, prolific, honest, and humorous…

After leaving his business systems consulting career in 1997, Chas began serving the Lord with a powerful and refreshing evangelistic and healing gift, igniting churches and training believers to win souls and heal the sick.  For several years, he worked with Angelo Mitropoulos in R.W. Schambach’s last five years of tent meetings in the inner cities of America, coordinating street ministry and seeing multitudes saved, healed, and delivered from demons.  Since then, he has successfully imparted into local church members an attitude of personal soulwinning and world evangelism that keeps believers glued to the primary call of the Christian and will ultimately help them earn a “well done, thou good and faithful…” in the end.

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