Tag Archives: apostles

The Queen Who Wouldn’t Come: The Purpose Of Revival / The Sunday Morning Service: October 14, 2018


What is the purpose of revival? In a time when “revivals” seem to die down as quickly as they flare up, how can we keep ourselves from being disillusioned? Is this the best plan that God has for the church, or is there a more powerful change coming to the Body of Christ?

Join Monica Dennington as she looks to the story of Esther in the Bible to find out how to be the kind of queen that pleases the King, the proper use of grace, and the purpose of revival.

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Up From The Grave!: The Great End-Times Revival / The Sunday Morning Service: October 07, 2018


Welcome to Session 3 of The Great Awakening Seminar. Does the Bible prophecy a great end-times revival of the Church? If so, how can we discern the difference between authentic revival and the counterfeit movements described in Matthew 24?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the words of Jesus Himself, for the definition of the word “revival”, and find out exactly the kind of revival we can expect in these end-times.

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The End-Times Outpouring Of The Holy Spirit / The Sunday Morning Service: September 30, 2018


What is the end-times outpouring of the Holy Spirit? Is that the same thing as the revival of the church which we are expecting before Jesus returns? How can we tell when that outpouring has begun, and how can we be sure not to miss it?

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The Great Awakening: Can These Bones Live? / The Sunday Morning Service: September 23, 2018


. The Sunday Morning Service . The Sunday Morning Special!   The Great Awakening: Can These Bones Live? Welcome to Tic Toc Ministries online seminar, The Great Awakening: The Return Of The Acts Church. In session one we take a look at the legendary “early church” – it’s unique and amazing characteristics, and the vast […]

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Practical Steps To Physical Healing / The Sunday Morning Service: September 16, 2018


“All these people were still living by faith when they died. They did not receive the things promised; they only saw them and welcomed them from a distance,admitting that they were foreigners and strangers on earth. People who say such things show that they are looking for a country of their own.” ~Hebrews 11:13-14

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Sin, Sickness, And Evil Spirits: How To Avoid The Blame Game / The Sunday Morning Service: September 09, 2018


Can sickness be a result of sin? Is disease or dysfunction in your body sometimes brought on by evil spirits? If this is the case, does it mean that illness is an indication of personal fault? And if it is, does that mean that Jesus can’t heal you?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to discover the relationship between sickness and sin, and to learn how to avoid the blame game when seeking healing from Jesus.

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Practical Steps To Physical Healing


What do we do with God’s promises for healing when we don’t see an immediate miracle? Does your church tradition handle this question by dismissing miracles and healing, calling them heresy? Or is your church on the opposite end of the spectrum — claiming it’s God’s will to heal every person immediately, and anyone who isn’t healed is either “not receiving”, doesn’t have “enough faith”, or hasn’t been aggressive enough to seek out the right special minister who has the favor and “anointing” to get God to act on your behalf?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out that tough questions about healing are not too tough for God, the practical steps you can take towards physical healing, why you can trust that God’s healing for you is guaranteed— whether in this life or the next— and why there is no condemnation for you while you wait.

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Do You Need A Fresh Start?


Good morning everyone, this is Monica Dennington with your Monday morning heart check, and this morning we’re going to be asking ourselves the question, “Am I really as spiritually mature as I think I am, or is it time to begin again?

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