Author Archives: Ted Brancheau
1 Corinthians 15:2 By THIS GOSPEL you are saved, IF you hold firmly to the word I preached to you. Otherwise, you have believed IN VAIN. There is only ONE Gospel and ONE God and only ONE way to Him: … Continue reading
If You’ve Never Heard A Message On Sin, Righteousness, and Judgement, You’ve Never Heard The Holy Spirit Preach!
Over the past couple of years I have seen some desperate things happening. The church of today in many cases doesn’t even resemble the church of the Bible. If it doesn’t resemble the church of the Bible, and God changes … Continue reading
Over the past few months I’ve posted a few things I’ve come across on Facebook having to do with depression in the ministry. I’ve been amazed at how many times things I’ve shared have been reposted, liked, and commented … Continue reading
It seems possible not everyone who identifies as a Christian REALLY is. It doesn’t take more than a glance to see the church looks more like the world than a people set apart for the Lord; If the Word is … Continue reading
Stop and think about what you’ve read in the Bible about the church, and then compare it to what we know today AS the church. It seems possible not everyone who identifies as a Christian really is. If you DO … Continue reading
You don’t need to look to close at the church to discover ‘Not Everything That Goes Baa Is A Sheep’. Said clearer, not everyone who identifies as a Christian really is. If you DO look close, much of the church … Continue reading
Here’s our 4 minute HELPS video. Take a look and pass it on. Contact www.PastorTed@YourMinistryMatters.com to schedule this vital end time teaching in your church. The Word sets Body free to that their place.
2 Cor. 4:6 For God, who said, “Let light shine out of darkness,” has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ. Stop and think about … Continue reading
There was a time when Christians were referred to as “God fearing people”. There was a sense of reverence, awe, and veneration when you spoke of God or the things of God. People bowed their heads and removed their hats … Continue reading