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August 7, 2020 • Wilderness Survival Guide Bible Study


Wilderness Survival Guide - TIP #6: FIND NOURISHMENT PART 2 of 3

Just as God disciplined Israel, so would He discipline them if they continued to disobey. Suffering a difficult season was no excuse for violating God's Word.

July 30, 2020 • Wilderness Survival Guide Bible Study


Wilderness Survival Guide - TIP #6: FIND NOURISHMENT PART 1 of 3

Finding a source of food in the wilderness helps the survivor keep energy and focus. There are different kinds of plants that can be eaten in the wild, but some are poisonous. So a person must take great care in what he or she eats when stranded without provisions. That’s why it is ideal to learn what is edible before an emergency situation. Unfortunately, not everyone gets this luxury.

July 30, 2020 • Bible Study


What is spiritual warfare?

Have you ever felt like you were meeting with resistance and obstacles, like someone or something was actively working against you? Do you understand the role of spiritual warfare in your own life?

July 24, 2020 • Wilderness Survival Guide Bible Study


Wilderness Survival Guide - TIP #5: DRINK WATER

Hydration is essential to survive a natural wilderness. It is also essential to survive a supernatural wilderness. Just as drinking clean water is urgent in hot, dry weather, we must drink in God's presence during desert seasons.

July 17, 2020 • Wilderness Survival Guide Bible Study


Wilderness Survuval Guide - TIP #4: BUILD A FIRE

Experts say that fire even has the psychological affect of boosting morale during a survival situation. Its warmth and light give comfort and restore confidence. This helps the stranded person calm down and think more logically.

July 10, 2020 • Wilderness Survival Guide Bible Study


Wilderness Survuval Guide - Tip #3: FIND SHELTER

Someone stranded in a physical survival situation must immediately find or build a shelter. The first great danger is exposure to the desert’s harsh elements. It’s crucial to maintain your core body temperature in order to endure. Direct sunlight and extreme heat cause heatstroke. Rain and cold cause hypothermia. A good shelter provides the necessary shade or warmth to keep your body temperature as stable as possible.

July 9, 2020 • 45 brief facts about CfaN


45 Years - 45 Facts

CfaN is now 45 years old. For 45 years, we have been on a truly remarkable journey with Jesus! Four and a half decades ago, in the smallest way, Reinhard and Anni started a ministry which would one day impact the face of Christendom in Africa like no other.

July 3, 2020 • Wilderness Survival Guide Bible Study


Wilderness Survuval Guide - Tip #2: ASSESS YOUR SITUATION - Part 5

Israel’s “wilderness of opposition” actually began as a “wilderness of promotion.” Their disobedience delayed their promotion for forty years. God’s original plan, however, was to train Israel in the desert only for a short time – no more than two years. But why would God train His people in a desert?

July 1, 2020 • Evangelism Boot Camp 2021


Equipping Evangelists for a Decade of Double Harvest

If you are called into evangelism, especially mass evangelistic crusades in the nations, what I’m about to share with you is a once in a lifetime opportunity that will never come around again! I’m looking for a small, elite group to train this coming year - this coming January.

June 26, 2020 • Wilderness Survival Guide Bible Study


Wilderness Survuval Guide - Tip #2: ASSESS YOUR SITUATION - Part 4

Not all “wilderness” experiences are the same. Some are caused by sin or disobedience, and some are Holy Spirit training exercises. We must know what kind of “wilderness” we are in so we can know how to respond. Let’s take a look at each one.