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Overcoming Regret

Posted by Steve Irvin , 15 May 2018 - - - - - - · 343 views

2 Corinthians 7:10 "Godly sorrow produces repentance that leads to salvation without regret." 
Many people live with regrets for past failures. They can never seem to break loose completely from the chains of those past failures. I have sometimes struggled with feelings of regret. 
But regret alone redeems nothing. 
Repentance is the necess...


Singing that Honors God

Posted by Steve Irvin , 20 August 2017 - - - - - - · 967 views

We just returned from a worship service where the Word was preached and God was exalted. The testimonies were inspiring, and the fellowship was warm. The congregational singing was exceptional. Whether overseas or in North America, whether in Spanish or in English (or some other language), we’ve experienced various forms of corporate worship. All of them,...


The One Constant Need

Posted by Steve Irvin , 09 August 2017 - - - - - - · 682 views

I read many prayer letters from International Workers from different parts of the globe. They (and mine!) contain reports of God’s working, the challenges the workers face on the field, and, inevitably, prayer needs. Prayer requests can be for spiritual breakthroughs in people groups and in individuals. Often there are projects that require God’s financia...


Contentment is not Complacency

Posted by Steve Irvin , 10 July 2017 - - - - - - · 1215 views

Contentment can be defined as a state of happiness and satisfaction. In this sense, God is perfectly content, the most joyful being in all the universe and beyond. Complacency, on the other hand, is a smug satisfaction accompanied by unawareness of dangers. The complacent individual is indifferent and unconcerned, “resolved to be irresolute” as Winston...


How Should We Then Mourn?

Posted by Steve Irvin , 18 April 2017 - * * * * * · 1067 views

We have walked through deep waters with our children recently. Our oldest son and his wife had been foster-parenting a special needs baby for five months. The child needed constant care, yet they joyfully gave themselves to her well-being. They grew to love the baby, and had decided to adopt her as their very own daughter. She had become their little gir...


A Testimony of God's Grace

Posted by Steve Irvin , 19 July 2016 - - - - - - · 1327 views

God has been working greatly in our youngest son's life. Bobby (though he prefers to go these days by "Robert") shares his heart in this testimony through spoken word poetry. It is transparent and powerful and, above all, Christ honoring. Your can view it here .


Premillennialism, Passion for Christ, and the C&MA-AWF

Posted by Steve Irvin , 05 July 2016 - - - - - - · 1721 views

Premillennialism in the Statement of Faith
of the Christian and Missionary Alliance
and of the Alliance World Fellowship
Steve M. Irvin
July 2016  
Introduction  From its inception, the Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA) has affirmed premillennialism in its foundational documents and in its statement of faith.1 T...

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