Dr. Bob Eckert and Nancy
Several of us are involved in sharing Dr. Bob Eckert with you. I will do my best to keep you updated with a pre-recorded teleconference. Here are the few already. Please feel free to join in on a live teleconference following the instructions below. Blessings!
Here are the Pre-recorded Thoughts on the Previous Conference Calls:
Bob leads us in a "Transforming Thoughts" discussion for Life application, Intentional following of Jesus Christ as Lord, and our roles as Christians in the Church today.
What are some of the factors that led to the Jesus movement and charismatic renewal of fifty years ago? How did people hear the Lord so clearly and succeed in transforming the American culture? What kind of radical trust did they practice, and what are some of the secrets they learned about answered prayer and the way God loves to work if he’s given the opportunity?
Dr. Bob Eckert was a leader at the famed Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, which in the 1970s was one of the top renewal churches in the world. His fresh insights illustrate how believers tapped into God’s power and presence back then and how they can still do so now.
Once when I entered an examining room to see a patient, she immediately said, with a broad smile, "Look, I'm clean," while holding her arms out, palms up, I understood her terminology; meaning that she had no needle marks and was off of intravenous drugs. Her blouse was sleeveless and upon examination, I could see that indeed, her arms were beautifully smooth. But, I didn't recognize her.
The rest of the story can be found in
Thoughts of July 2019
Thoughts of April 2019
Thoughts of March 2019
Thoughts of September 2010
Thoughts of February 2010
Thoughts of January 2010
Here is your Zoom invitation link:
Our group meets at 11:30AM CDT.
Leon has created the link below for those who are having trouble with the original invitation .
Dear Family and Friends,
We look forward to seeing you there as Dr. Bob continues to discuss the Spirit led life of the church.
Please continue to pray for Dr. Bob and his family. If you call him, please remember to keep your visit short.
Also, please continue to pray for Bill and Kate. Life for all of us is uncertain, and they have chosen to make every day a comfortable, quality of life here until Jesus calls us home.
Blessings to all,