Sunday, September 30, 2007
Friday, September 21, 2007
Hope it proves interesting as I found it. Here is the transcript of it;
New Wine: In your last Update, you shared about the tremendous improvement in your health. What further improvements have you experienced since then?
Ern Baxter: First of all, I would like to express my pleasure at the positive responses I received from New Wine Magazine readers regarding my Update in the January 1980 issue. It was exciting to see the concern among Christian men - perhaps more specifically among their wives, who were concerned about the welfare of their husbands. My wife Ruth enjoyed responding to enquiries and kept quite busy sending out bread recipes to many of the wives.
As far as my personal health is concerned, my sugar has stabilized and there is no sign of the diabetes. It is such a relief not to have to poke myself with a needle every morning for an insulin injection. Up to now I have lost forty pounds. In fact I have been without those forty pounds for several weeks now and I am keeping them off. Ruth and I are walking regularly - morning and evening.
I am also getting in some vigorous racketball. So as a result of these improved developments and activities, I am very alive and alert physically - much better than a year ago when it was difficult for me to even walk without angina pain. I don't want to give the impression that the remarkable measure of restoration I have experienced is some kind of return to youth. I have very significantly upgraded my physical condition but I am still semi-bald, the vacancies in my mouth have not sprouted new teeth and this upgrade of health has not eliminated any wrinkles. But I am praising God for my ability to age a little more gracefully than I was a year ago. Because of all this I continue to be a bit evangelistic about the necessity for taking care of your health, especially to young people.
New Wine: Could you enlarge upon the importance of paying attention to good health when you're young?
Ern Baxter: The problem is (and I experienced this myself), when you are young you can abuse your physical machinery and seem to get away with it. But it is amazing how much it catches up with you. It's like sin. Paul says that you are heaping up wrath against wrath. It piles up and then all of a sudden it hits you. This is happening to many servants of God. My concern is to find a way to get young men and women to see that now is the time in their lives to build some real life insurance into their physical bodies.
New Wine: Could you let our readers know some of your reasons for moving to Mobile?
Ern Baxter: First of all, let me say that moving is always rather painful and traumatic; but this move was made much easier by my improved physical condition. I am amazed at my physical responses as opposed to the last move we made when I was not well, which was terribly burdensome. We're in the process of getting settled and enjoying our new home.
I think that my coming to Mobile was something in the spiritual evolution of God's purpose for me. I had moved from Fort Lauderdale to Southern California a couple of years ago to do some teaching at the Morris Cerullo School of Ministry. About six months before we decided to move again, Ruth and I had been talking and we felt that a change was coming for us, and we both felt very strongly that we ought to consider Mobile as our permament home. I mentioned this to Charles Simpson, who is senior pastor of Gulf Coast Covenant Church in Mobile, while he was visiting with us during a time of ministry in California and his response was a very, very positive one.
For several years I have felt a closeness to to Brother Charles - in fact that feeling dates back to our first meeting at the Seattle Charismatic Conference in 1971. Later on when I came into covenant relationship with the other teachers, including Charles, a real warmth developed between us as our relationship continued to grow. While I am the oldest member of the teachers and Charles is the youngest, I have no problem looking to him as a pastor in my life. I don't want to sound audicious, but I also hope to be able to serve him in some way through my pastoral experience and support by moving to Mobile.
I also felt that in my latter years of life I need to be in some kind of stable situation which could serve as a base for whatever service was left in me. Through the years of covenant relationship with the teachers, I have also grown close to Don Basham, Editor of New Wine Magazine and have had an interest in the success of the New Wine Magazine. When God providentially brought Don to Mobile with New Wine's move here, I felt that there was some significance in that for me - and when the opportunity and time seemed to be right - Ruth and I made the move.
There was another factor in our decision to move. Having moved around the country and the world for so many yeasr, being responsible for establishing and strengthening churches, we often missed out on the kind of church life in which we could take refuge and find security, rather than bearing the main responsibility for the church. We felt that Mobile offered us the personal sense of spiritual and church security that we were in need of.
Since coming to Mobile I have only been confirmed in feeling that Gulf Coast Covenant Church is a most unique church. It pretty well represents what I have personally envisioned as a community of Christian people in church life through the years.
New Wine: What are the practical outworkings of your role in the ministry here in Mobile?
Ern Baxter: The brothers have graciously received me. I'm serving in the leadership of Gulf Coast Covenant Church which permits me the opportunity of sharing from my pastoral experience and the ability to lend what support I can to Brother Charles and the elders. From time to time I will be sharing with those who are part of the church in it's public meetings. I hope to become more involved in New Wine Magazine as opportunity affords, and I also hope to have the chance to do some writing.
New Wine: What subjects will you be directing your attention to in future writing and study?
Ern Baxter: As soon as I get settled from our move, I want to zero in on two things presently in my mind. The response to the January Update stirred me to the point of feeling that rather than trying to answer lettersabout my remarkably improved health on an individual basis, I would like to put something out in book form - reporting my own experience, offering some concrete suggestions and giving some counsel as to how people can upgrade their physical, spiritual and mental health.
I also carry a concern to examine biblical facts concerning nations. We are presently witnessing a great deal of interaction and conflict among the nations, and as we search for reasons for this, we wonder about itand take sides on the issue. But the Bible is very clear that behind national and international problems is one Whom the Bible calls the "God of the nations". These are the two subjects that I have assigned myself to for the year.
Also the other teachers have asked me to work on the preparation of a training curriculum - training material for men who are emerging into various aspects of Christian leadership. We don't know at this point just what form that will take.
New Wine: Do you have any upcoming speaking engagements around the country that you are particularly excited about?
Ern Baxter: My travelling has been reduced considerably due to my move and due to what I feel are more demanding priorities. However I am looking forward to spending the month of September in South America. I am also doing some travelling and speaking at leadership conferences. But at the present I would like to apply myself to getting settled here, finding more about what God wants me to do.
New Wine: What priorities do you see facing you personally on the national level with the Body of Christ?
Ern Baxter: My personal priorities probably fall into two categories. First I feel that in the beginning God called me to be a proclaimer and this is what I must be involved in. My field has been preaching and proclaiming and I'm looking to God for the kind of platform that will enable me to best proclaim the Word of God.
I especially feel it is a priority to proclaim some of the great objective truths of redemption. So often we get bogged down in the "how-tos" and lose sight of the great objective realities that give us the ground to build up the Body of Christ.
Then I feel it is a priority to prepare the people of God for whom I am responsible to face the obvious world crisis in which we find ourselves - one many Christians are ill-prepared to face.
New Wine: Do you feel a responsibility for the Church on a national level to speak to the nation in some way?
Ern Baxter: Yes but I believe that proclamation without a solid platform can sometimes be just a noise and that's why I am greatly concerned about the disunity among the people of God. It's great to be able to declare the concepts of the Kingdom and declare the sovereign purposes of God - His right and intention to reign - but if in actuality we don't form behind those concepts a solid block of unanimity then the concepts fall to the ground for a lack of a platform. I sincerely believe that God will precipitate whatever crisis is necessary to bring that kind of unity about because I believe it is His purpose to have a voice to the world through the redeemed community.
If the world is going to hear the voice of God, they're going to hear it through the people of God. It's not going to be some voice out of the clouds - it's going to come through a very real living witness and demonstration of God's people as they relate to one another under the Lordship of Christ. I believe the bankruptcy of the unregenerate community makes them a ready audience for what we have to do and teach.
Thursday, September 20, 2007
"Many people have said that it was the single most powerful meeting that they ever attended, and that the message was the most inspiring that they had ever heard".
Whatever the ultimate results, one thing is evident. God chose September 23rd through 26th in Kansas City, Missouri as His appointed time to instill in 4, 500 Christian leaders a fresh vision of the Kingdom of God and of the Body of Christ, joined together by covenant love, functioning in a balance of diversity and authority. May the same cry that was formed on the lips of the shepherds who gathered in Kansas City be transported into the hearts of all those who seek Jesus' Lordship; "Thy Kingdom Come!".
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
It seems to me that one of the key problems facing any understanding of eschatology is deciding how to interpret Scripture. Because Romans 11 makes a very clear and decisive statement in v25;
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
William John Ernest Baxter was born 1914 in Saskatchewan, Canada. He was born and baptised into a Presbyterian family. His mother had some dealings with a Holiness church and following his father’s conversion they went into classical Pentecostalism. Their city was visited by a Scandinavian itinerate minister who was blessed by signs and wonders accompanying his word. While in the Baxter’s home city, he taught on the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. Ern Baxter’s mother was the first in those meetings to receive the baptism of power. Ern recalled seeing his father help her into the house drunk in the Spirit – an unusual event as she was so strictly tee-total! Later in his teenage years Ern went through a period of backsliding from the legalism of religion and became seriously ill from pneumonia through excess. Two events brought him back to God – a miracle of healing and the words of a friend;
“Ern, being a Christian isn’t about what you do for God, it’s about what God in Christ Jesus has done and will continue to do for you”.
On the 24th May 1932 he entered full time service for God as a musician travelling across Canada with an apostle.
While travelling Ern and his companion came to a conference held in Trossachs in Canada. It was there at 3:40am on July 2nd 1932 that Ern Baxter received the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. Trossachs was an unusual conference for the delegates were not Pentecostal in the classic sense – they were very biblically orientated with a hunger for the experience of the Holy Spirit. This was Ern’s first exposure to what was to become a central passion in his life and ministry – Word and Spirit or Reformed Doctrine and Charismatic life and power. The morning after he had been baptised in the Holy Spirit God spoke to him and called him to the ministry; “I want you to preach My Word”.
Ern Baxter noticed that many following the Trossachs conference made choices to follow either the Word or the Spirit and to compromise that balance or tension. He himself initially attempted to do the same as there was no clear role model to hold Word and Spirit in proper tension before. He spent some time ministering within classic Pentecostalism but found his Reformed theology was not acceptable at that point. It was then he received an invitation to a small independent Baptist church in Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. It was here he put into practice those principles that he had experienced at Trossachs and built the largest church in the city and area.
In 1947 Ern and his church began to hear about an unusual travelling evangelist called William Branham who was filling the largest arenas in America with dramatic displays of the power of God. God promised Ern at that time; “You will meet this man”. On the grounds of that promise he refused several arranged meetings with Branham. However it was William Branham himself who approached Ern and told him that he had been praying and had met the angel of the Lord who had appeared to him and told him to invite Ern Baxter to become his companion and manager. They worked together for seven years. While Ern saw some of the greatest miracles, signs and wonders during his time he began to become concerned at the error that was coming out from the Healing Movement. In 1957 Ern found it necessary to withdraw from ministry with Branham.
Movements of the Spirit
One of the remarkable features of Ern Baxter’s life was that he lived through no less than four major movements of the Holy Spirit in the 20th century – the Pentecostal Movement (which began in Azusa Street, Los Angeles), the Healing Movement, the Latter Rain Movement and eventually the Charismatic Movement (which began involving Dennis Bennett, a contemporary of Ern Baxter’s). The Latter Rain Movement has also been shrouded in controversy. It started in Ern’s home town of Saskatchewan, Canada and was started by men who were hungry for God and for genuine gifts of the Holy Spirit and as these men prayed and fasted God visited them sovereignly in power. Ern went to their second convocation in Canada and said;
“I never saw such a concentration of the power of God”.
However like the Healing Movement, the leaders of the Latter Rain seemed to show disregard for the disciplines of the Word of God and it too declined into obscurity. When Ern read of the beginning of the Charismatic Movement his initial reaction was one of cynicism from having seen this before but he went on to meet Dennis Bennett who had been moved up to Seattle. As the Charismatic Movement spread throughout the world Ern was privileged to be in the position of being an experienced man of God who had seen the mistakes of the past but still hungered for more of the Presence and Spirit of God.
Ritch Carlton, Ern Baxter’s Administrator wrote post-humously of Ern;
“ … A seasoned, mature man of God who laboured in Word and doctrine and who spent the majority of his life travelling in public ministry. He was involved in most of the major moves of the Spirit experienced in this century … He was a witness to Christianity’s divisions – from the inside and the outside. With disappointment he cried “Where is the Church?”. He knew that the Church is God’s instrument in the earth to declare His glory and righteousness. He loved the Church”.
Many other church leaders have become disillusioned with Pentecostal/Charismatic excess and have responded by calling for no use, effectively becoming functional cessationists. Ern Baxter did not give in to such a temptation. Rich Carlton wrote;
“Above all else Ern still believed that God had a purpose for the Church in the earth that would be realized in ultimate and complete victory”.
Maturing in the Spirit
Ern Baxter is possibly most known for being part of what was called the Shepherding/Discipleship Movement. While there is no denying that excess and harm was indeed present in this movement, the original vision and heart of the five men who led the movement were for God’s highest best and so that moves of the Spirit of God would be maintained and heightened. Don Basham, Derek Prince, Bob Mumford, Charles Simpson and Ern Baxter all came from different theological and religious viewpoints and backgrounds yet realised that there is nothing biblical or healthy in independence. In no way whatever did any of the five men support unbiblical heavy shepherding but they did call for a need for accountability and discipleship. The five men held several major key conferences at Montreat and at Kansas which attracted many thousands of men – suggesting that their message was meeting a need. The Kansas City Shepherds Conference in 1975 was especially historic – attended by some 40 to 50, 000 men. Ern Baxter closed the conference preaching possibly his most historic message – “Thy Kingdom Come!”. Many men testified to seeing angelic manifestations and signs and wonders. The sense of unity brought an awesome and heavy manifestation of the anointing of the Presence of God.
Ern Baxter had a major influence not just in the United States but also across the world particularly in Australia and the United Kingdom. He came to the United Kingdom in 1975 and preached keynote addresses at the main charismatic conferences – the Lakes and Dales Bible Weeks. Professor Andrew Walker wrote of; “the powerful influence of an American, Ern Baxter”. The Bible Weeks were run by UK charismatic leader Bryn Jones and his team of apostolic churches. Andrew Walker wrote;
“Baxter’s influence was sensational; the audiences went wild every time he appeared … during the first Bible Week at the Great Yorkshire Showground in 1976, Baxter was the great attraction and as in the previous year excitement was at fever pitch”.
Ern’s ministry did not just affect Bryn Jones’ churches. Terry Virgo, the father of the Newfrontiers family of churches wrote;
“Ern Baxter was a powerful prophetic preacher, able to paint a huge picture of the magnificent end-time church. He was deeply rooted theologically, very widely read but also profoundly steeped in a powerful Pentecostal background … the influence of Ern Baxter and his friends was growing even greater in the USA and their monthly magazine New Wine became their radical trumpet voice was now being read all around the world”.
Ern did not limit himself to being “simply” a conference speaker. He believed deeply in the principles of discipleship and took on 12 men – pastors – to care for and to teach and support where he could. Each of these men would travel over to meet him in his home firstly in Mobile, Alabama and then in San Diego, California to spend time hearing him teach. He too travelled as much as his health would allow supporting and visiting his “sons” and their churches. He did not only teach from his experience but from a massive library of 9, 000 plus books and journals that are now housed in a Memorial Library in Mobile, Alabama under the auspices of Charles Simpson Ministries.
By the end of his life, Ern was taking an interest in imparting all that he had learned to younger men – his “Timothys”. It is surprising therefore that more of Ern Baxter’s ministry has not been published. It is our sincere hope that this website may be a small step towards this prophetic statement of Charles Simpson’s being fulfilled.
“Ern has a profound preaching and teaching ministry. He is a preacher’s preacher. It is important that the taped and printed records of his ministry be preserved and propagated” – Charles Simpson, New Wine Magazine – November 1986.
“Autobiography and Introduction” – by Dr Ern Baxter – from the tape series – “Things Most Surely Believed Series” – Alethia Ministries audiotapes.
- “A Daring Biblical Approach to God’s Agenda” – by Ern Baxter – Destiny Image, PA (1995).
- “A Statement” by Charles Simpson – from New Wine Magazine – November 1986 – CGM Ministries.
- “A Demonstration of His Glory – A Personal Report of Ern’s Recent Ministry in Great Britain” – by Dr Ern Baxter – from New Wine Magazine – December 1977 – CGM Ministries.
- “Restoring the Kingdom” – by Andrew Walker – Eagle Books, Surrey (1998).
- "Restoring the Balance between the King, the Kingdom and the Holy Spirit” – by Ern Baxter – Destiny Image, PA (1995).
- “No Well-Worn Paths” – by Terry Virgo – Kingsway, Eastbourne (2001).
Sunday, September 16, 2007
"The Centrality of the Resurrection - A Study in Paul's Soteriology" by Richard B Gaffin Jr.
Monday, September 10, 2007
And here she is in the final.
Sunday, September 09, 2007
Thirdly I am reading Nigella Lawson's latest cookbook release; "Nigella Express". No I joke not. I really enjoy cooking and I have been fascinated to learn a "Nigella" tip to cook chips in a new way. You get 250g of new potatoes and put them into a freezer bag and bash them with a rolling pin and then deep fry them! How cool is that?!
2. What I Am Listening To Right Now ...
I love listening to sermons - I could listen to them all day if I could. I have two main sources at the moment for my sermonic input.
Rob Rufus and City Church International, Hong Kong - I just absolutely love the blend of preaching and teaching on the grace of God - the true grace of God not just a name - and the glory and Presence of God by His Holy Spirit. I am listening to a sermon that Rob preached on the 10th June 2007 called; "Aligning Our Allegiances For The Annointing To Flow At Full Volume". It's particularly interesting because he had a Chinese translator so the sermon was 2 hours and 6 minutes! I urge any and everyone to listen to at least one sermon of Rob Rufus's. It will change your life potentially.
Church of Christ the King, Brighton - anyone who has followed this blog for a short period of time know the profound affection and love I have for this church. Like Rob Rufus, they seek to preach the "whole counsel of God" but it is infused and set alight by a passionate desire for the Holy Spirit to come down and touch their meetings, their lives. Joel Virgo is really establishing himself as the lead elder and his sermons are outstandingly prophetic.
3. What I Am Browsing Now ...
Jesse Phillips has started posing "Questions of the Week" which are excellent for posing serious issues to the church. The charismatic renewal is over 30 years old and it isn't enough to ride on the laurels of our fore-fathers. I know of at least 3 churches that call themselves "open to the Holy Spirit" but haven't had a spiritual gift or a manifestation of His Presence for over a year. It isn't enough for us to hear our fathers talk about the battles they fought and won. The devil doesn't rest or give up just because some aspects of the Holy Spirit's work has been restored to the church. He will be RELENTLESS in attempting to get that work quenched and stopped and has been extremely successful. Jesse's blog is vital. "Earnestly desire" is a command of Scripture not a secondary option.
My fellow Newfrontiers friend Luke Wood is blogging more regularly this month and it isn't to be missed! He is settling into his new church in Southampton - Life Church - which is on my list of churches I really want to visit. Waiting for an invite first though Luke ... hint, hint. ;) Like me he has learnt from the dangers of legalism creeping in on our blogging and said this. I love it! I LOVE it!
"To be living in the grace of God, diving into the Bible and lingering in His presence is pretty much what it's all about".
That is it. End of.
Finally I must draw attention again to my best friend Pete's blog. The title says it all; "The Best is Yet to Come". Pete isn't and can't be a regular blogger due to his pressurised work commitments in his church in South London but when he does blog, boy is it worth it! I plead with you to make it a point to try and check as often as you can. I will also do my best to point out when he has blogged if that will help people also. His posts are prophetic - because he prays earnestly through everything he writes and posts. His latest post is; "Who Will Speak For Us?". He ends by saying this;
"Who will speak up, who will help? Will it be us? We are to be the joy of the whole earth (Ps 48v2). Our Master set the example as He went about "doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil". We have the power and authority, and the call, to follow in His footsteps".
So there we have it - that's what I am upto in my life at the moment! I am so incredibly grateful to God for giving me a time in my life when I have regular access to the internet, to books that I can read, for eyes and a brain that can digest what I read. I pray that what's going in will be of service somehow to the extension of His glorious Kingdom.
Thursday, September 06, 2007
The Editorial Board of Restoration is also quite interesting. Most of the key Charismatic leaders in the UK featured at some point.If the picture isn't totally clear, the Editor was Bryn Jones and the Copy Editor was Hugh Thompson. The Editorial Advisors were Arthur Wallis and David Mansell. The Associates were David Tomlinson, Keri Jones and Peter Parris and the Associates in Script were Philip Powell, Charles Pocock, Stanley Jebb and Harold Owen.
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
"...essential for an accurate history of the Shepherding movement is a complete collection of New Wine. The magazine published from 1969 through to 1986 was the principal publishing voice of the five teachers and the movement."
I am well on my way through the Archive of magazines available so far and I thought it would be a useful resource to catalogue each magazine so there is a quick and easy reference list to see which New Wine teachers wrote in which magazines and which topics they dealt with. Like the New Wine Magazine Archive this will be a cumulative post that I will add to as I print off more.
New Wine Magazine - June 1969 - "New Wine in New Wineskins".
New Wine Magazine - October 1969 - "Empty Tomb - Jerusalem".
New Wine Magazine - November 1969 - "A Body Thou Hast Prepared".
New Wine Magazine - December 1969 - "Baptism".
New Wine Magazine - January 1970 - "Christian Television".
New Wine Magazine - January 1971 - "A Highway for the Lord".
New Wine Magazine - January 1974 - "Morals and Ethics".
New Wine Magazine - February 1974 - "Unity".
New Wine Magazine - November 1974 - "The Holy Spirit".
New Wine Magazine - January 1975 - "And He Shall Reign".
New Wine Magazine - February 1975 - "Deception".
New Wine Magazine - March 1975 - "Holiness".
New Wine Magazine - April 1975 - "Prayer".
New Wine Magazine - September 1975 - "Becoming a Servant".
New Wine Magazine - October 1975 - "The Restoration of Manhood".
New Wine Magazine - January 1976 - "Grace".
New Wine Magazine - February 1976 - "The Body of Christ".
New Wine Magazine - June 1976 - "Yielding to Change".
New Wine Magazine - July/August 1976 - "Evangelism; Personal and Global".
New Wine Magazine - October 1976 - "Unforgiveness".
New Wine Magazine - December 1976 - "Christmas".
New Wine Magazine - January 1977 - "Prophecy".
New Wine Magazine - March 1977 - "Binding the Strongman".
New Wine Magazine - July/August 1977 - "Kansas City Conference".
New Wine Magazine - September 1977 - "Overcoming Rejection".
New Wine Magazine - October 1977 - "Jesus Exalted" - Conference Transcripts.
New Wine Magazine - January 1978 - "Balancing the Goodness and the Severity of God".
New Wine Magazine - February 1978 - "Embracing Suffering".
New Wine Magazine - March 1978 - "Overcoming Fear".
New Wine Magazine - December 1978 - "Fruit".
New Wine Magazine - February 1979 - "Secular Humanism - Part 1".
New Wine Magazine - March 1979 - "Secular Humanism - Part 2".
New Wine Magazine - January 1980 - "Preparing for the 80's".
"Hit by a Greyhound Bus" - Bob Mumford.
"The Conflict of the Ages" - Howard Carter.
"The World's Second Oldest Religion" - R J Rushdoony.
"New Wine Interviews Ern Baxter".
"Facing Your Insecurity" - Jim Reid.
"The Trials of Life" - Bob Mumford.
"The Mystery of Suffering" - Francis Martin.
"What Makes God Angry?" - Ern Baxter.
"From Rejection to Acceptance" - Derek Prince.
"Christ's Ministry Today" - Ern Baxter.
"Waging War in the Heavenlies" - Jim Croft.
"What is a Prophet?" - Bruce Yocum.
"Levels of Prophecy" - Bob Mumford.
"Bible Study" - Prophecy.
"Breaking out of Your Shell" - Dennis Moses.
"Stepping Out in Prophecy" - Don Basham.
"Sustained by Prophecy" - Tom Redmond.
"Questions and Answers" - Prophecy with Don Basham and Ern Baxter.
"A Stormy Christmas in the Holy Land" - Derek Prince.
"A Visit to CGM/New Wine".
"Bible Study" - Christmas.
"Hopes and Fears" - Bob Mumford.
"Intercessors Report" - John Beckett.
"Index of Feature Articles".
"What's a Nice Person Like You Doing off the New Wine Mailing List?" - Dick Leggatt.
"Echoes of the Spirit".
"Forum" on CGM/New Wine with Bob Mumford, Derek Prince, Don Basham and Charles Simpson.
"The Barrier of Unforgiveness" - Derek Prince.
"God's Time is Near" - Charles Simpson.
"Spiritual Progress" - Bob Mumford.
"Repentance" - Ern Baxter.
"Bible Study" - Change.
"Echoes of the Spirit" - Significant Events.
"Keeping Up with the Times" - Howard A Synder.
"Removing the Mask - Essay of the Month" - Pam Ezell.
"Abuse of Authority" - Don Basham.
"Questions and Answers" - Don Basham.
"Mutual Care" - Ern Baxter.
"The Word of His Grace" - Ern Baxter.
"Behold the Man" - Derek Prince.
"Who is the Greatest?" - Bob Mumford.
"The Prayer Life of Our Lord" - W J Ern Baxter.
"Deceived? Who Me?" - Bob Mumford.
"Christ's Eternal Lordship" - Ern Baxter.
"Who is the Holy Spirit?" - Ern Baxter.
"Echoes of the Spirit" - Significant Events.