A Kingdom Ministry
From Pam Kohler
"I am a Daughter of the King and a Citizen of the Kingdom of God on earth. I am an Ambassador of Heaven and represent my Savior, Jesus Christ. I have been called to an Inner Healing Ministry and to spread the Gospel of the Kingdom throughout the earth -- to help Him set the captives free and heal the broken-hearted. To that end, I am constantly renewing my mind to perceive and experience this life from God's perspective. I will boldly proclaim the Truth of my Faith, and share the journey that my Lord is taking me on. I am not afraid to challenge old OR new belief systems, always using the Holy Scripture as my guide. I am firmly committed to being "in the world", but not "of the world". There is a purpose for my life, and I am determined to fulfill it. Join me on this journey in this crazy world, and let's see where God takes us!"
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THROUGH A KINGDOM LENS
by Pam Kohler
"I wrote it with the intention of encouraging all those who have wondered about the "deeper" things of their existence and their relationship with Jesus, just as I have throughout my life. It has not been a question of my faith, but rather a desire to feed that hunger inside of me for "more" than what I received from my Church's doctrine. From the moment I realized I had unanswered questions, I wasn't going to be satisfied until I received the answer from God."
From Salvation and Survival: October 26, 2020
You would think that we American Christians would be grateful that we still live in a free society where we can practice our faith without overt persecution and that we would support and encourage each other in the incredible freedoms we enjoy to explore and grow in our relationship with Christ. You would think that, wouldn't you?
But, just as Jesus faced constant challenges from the religious Pharisees, I am still seeing opposition, and even hostility, towards Believers, like myself, who have been called to offer encounters with Jesus that are unconventional and outside the boundaries set by religious traditions. As I have shared many times in past posts, the Inner Healing Ministry [to which the Lord called Mark and I] has been the subject of many attacks by Christians who object to it as "un-Biblical" or "un-Scriptural". But is it?