Blog posts by anthem church


  • the positive force of gratitude

    Gratitude and thanksgiving is a secret weapon for spiritual victory and personal success that every Christian should be diligent to deploy. Let’s consider some ways that a grateful heart will benefit our lives. Read more...

  • the power of the bible-reading christian

    Many Christians get caught in the spiritual death-trap of religious duty, which turns life-giving spiritual activities into obligatory burdens. This legalistic spirit will kill the joy of prayer and drain your love for the Word. It will turn church attendance into a prison sentence and Kingdom service into an unbearable yoke. Read more...

  • Kingdom Impact | 4 People Who Changed My life

    The Bible shows us that interpersonal encounters and relationships are the bridge by which Kingdom substance is transferred from one individual to another. We see this clearly in the life of Paul. His encounter with Ananias triggered his Baptism in the Holy Spirit, and his early relationship with Barnabas served to channel the unpackaging of his ministry. Read more about Kingdom Impact...

  • The power of church in homes

    While it is good to focus on the big picture of the global, national and local church, there are many who have missed the significance of the church’s most embryonic expressions in the form of house church, ecclesia (2 or 3) and even individual believers as God’s Presence-carriers in the earth. Read more about home churches...

  • Kingdom unity during unrest

    The Lord downloaded this message into my heart at the beginning of the Covid-19 outbreak. As I watch the current situation unfold, this word has become increasingly relevant. View more about Kingdom Unity...

  • introducing the 7 mountain mandate

    The 7 Mountain Mandate is a concept that originated from a conversation between Loren Cunningham, founder of YWAM (Youth With A Mission) and Bill Bright, founder of Campus Crusade for Christ, author of The 4 Spiritual Laws and producer of the Jesus Film. The foundational premise states that there are 7 primary spheres that ultimately mold, shape and control the culture of a nation – and whoever governs these 7 spheres (referred to as “mountains”), thereby dominates the culture and has the power to reap a harvest for their cause, whether good or bad. Read more...