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The Steak Soup Miracle


Video footage from the early days of Tic Toc’s feeding ministry! Watch as Gary and Monica document one of the weekly miracles that they experienced. Watch as God provides for a feeding that seems impossible at the beginning of the day. Hear testimony about how the simple ministry of sharing food with people results in a release of God’s power. And most importantly, find inspiration to reach out to your own neighbors with the sincere, sacrificial love of Christ today!

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Prestonwood Baptist Church: “Deborah Would Not Be Allowed To Preach From Our Pulpit”


In this excerpt from their “On The Road” series, Gary and Monica Dennington recount that meeting with Prestonwood’s leadership – in which these men asserted that even if Deborah the prophetess were in their congregation, she would not be allowed to speak from Prestonwood’s pulpit.

Find out the shocking conclusion that Prestonwood came to about Monica’s teaching; how by their own admission their current policies, practices, and obedience to Southern Baptist doctrine take precedence over respect for God’s Word; and why you can be assured that when your daughters prophesy – as the Bible says that they will – they will not be heard from the pulpit of Prestonwood Baptist Church…nor will their voices be tolerated.

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Sister Wives And Pastor Husbands: Who’s “Covering” Who?


Is a pastor the “head” of the congregation he leads? Have you ever said that a particular person, leadership team, church, or ministry is your “covering”? How does Scripture define the terms “head” and “covering”? And why is it so offensive to God (and husbands) for the wrong person to step into this role?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to show you why it is both idolatrous and adulterous to call your pope, pastor, prophet, or religious leader your “covering”.

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Day 27: Small House Church Spreads The Gospel To Thousands: The Story Of Crosswind Comics


Welcome to The Dallas Morning Show, where we are continuing with “How To Have A House Church” week! Join us this morning as special guest Denny Sheafer of Olathe House Church returns to talk about Crosswind Comics, a ministry started by this small group of believers which has impacted thousands with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Can God really use a small home church to make a God-sized impact on the world? Can you really have an effective ministry on a tiny budget? What does it look like when God calls a home Bible fellowship into ministry? And why is the home church model so well-suited to moving with the Holy Spirit in ministry and missions?

Join Monica Dennington and Denny Sheafer as they go straight to the Bible to find out how one home Bible group can can change the world, and how God can use you in the same powerful way.

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Day 18: Family Discipleship: Emulating the Acts Church at Home


What elements of the Acts church made unity possible? Can you apply the principles of the Acts church to bring unity to your family? And how can family discipleship change your life?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to show you how your family can emulate the Acts church—and as she gives you two simple, potentially life-changing family assignments for the week!

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How To Get A Harvest


When we sow a seed into God’s kingdom, what kind of harvest can we expect? Did Jesus or the apostles teach us to look for a material harvest in this world? And if not, what is the harvest we receive when we “sow a seed”?

Join me as we go straight to the Bible for God’s definition of the harvest, and for God’s clear instructions to us on how we are to work for it.

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To Tithe Or Not To Tithe?


Description: Does the Bible require us to give 10% of our income as a tithe to God? Are we under a curse if we don’t give it? Who is qualified to receive the tithe, and what is God’s purpose for it? Join Monica Dennington as she goes to the Bible for the Final Word on […]

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