Friday, June 2, 2023

No Man Knows the Hour: Biblical Studies in the Coming Kingdom (Kingdom Citizens Series)

 In this publication, we will discuss the coming Kingdom of heaven. We are now part of the Kingdom of God, but there is yet a greater manifestation of the Kingdom in store for us. We have must examine how to live in the Kingdom of God at present, but we must live in hope of the coming of the Kingdom of God in all its majesty.

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Friday, May 26, 2023

The Teaching Ministry: Exploring the Teaching Office and Gift (Kingdom Stewards Series)

The focus of this book is to bring clarity and understanding to the teaching office and the teaching anointing. This information will help individuals to recognize the operations of this anointing in their lives and in the lives of others. It is our hope that believers will develop a greater respect and appreciation for the teaching office and gift.

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Friday, May 5, 2023

The God of Another Chance: Overcoming Your Failures, Possessing Your Divine Destiny (Restoration and Recovery Series)


God is the God of another chance. He will ensure that the good work that He has started in you will be completed. In this book, we will examine the failures and ultimate successes of biblical characters. If they overcame, then, the Christian today can come out of any personal Egypt and enter into their promised Canaan. Their examples provide hope and strength for the Christian today.

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Friday, April 28, 2023

He Gave Gifts Unto Men: God's Plan For Ministry In The Kingdom (Abundant Truth Leadership)


Ministry is a valuable part of the Kingdom. God anoints individuals in the Church with ministries and gifts to glorify Him. However, as the day of the Lord hastens, we find many believers entering into ministry with wrong motives. In addition, others are pursuing gifts for their own personal gain. This publication will give believers a pure perspective for ministry. 


God chose Israel to be a special people unto Himself. This was done so that all nations would accept Israel’s God as their own. They were to participate in the salvation of the world. 

Ye are my witnesses, saith the Lord, and my servant whom I have chosen: that ye may know and believe me, and understand that I am he: before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me. I, even I, am the Lord; and beside me there is no saviour. I have declared, and have saved, and I have shewed, when there was no strange god among you: therefore ye are my witnesses, saith the Lord, that I am God. (Isaiah 43:10-12)

God told them that they were His witnesses that He was God. Israel was supposed to display God to the world, and thus turn the nations unto Him. 

When Israel disobeyed God, He anointed men to aid in their salvation. God anointed men and women that would help them remain in right standing with Him. The priests were anointed by God to make sacrifices for the sins of the people. 

The judges were anointed by God to deliver the people. In addition, the prophets were anointed by God to cause the people to return to God rather than face His judgment. God anoints us today for the same purposes:

1) We are anointed to intercede and pray for one another as priests.

2) We are anointed to help restore and deliver one another as judges.

3) We are anointed to encourage one another to serve the Lord as prophets.

God anointed individuals in the Old Testament for Israel’s benefit. All in the Body of Christ are responsible to fulfill the charge given to Israel; we are to be witnesses to the world. In addition, believers are instructed to encourage and exhort one another in their salvation. However, we find that Israel failed and God promised that He would send a Messiah. This Christ would not only come for Israel, but for the world. 

Friday, April 21, 2023

Book of the Week: I Will Give You Pastors: Examining the Pastoral Office in the New Testament Church


The Facts of Pastoral Ministry

Pastors help the people of God to grow/prosper through their ministry. They do this through their ministry of the Word. Their congregants should be able to feed and mature. 

And I will set up shepherds over them which shall feed them: and they shall fear no more, nor be dismayed, neither shall they be lacking, saith the Lord. (Jeremiah 23:4) 

Pastors lead by instruction and example. We must follow. Along with the ministry of the Word, pastors must be examples. 

A natural shepherd does more leading than talking. Even if the pastor has not said one word, the people of God should see the Word demonstrated in his lifestyle. 

Remember them, which have the rule over you, who have spoken the word of God: whose faith follow, considering the end of the conversation. (Hebrews 13:7) 

Pastors are to represent the heart of God and care for the Church. Pastors should take on the nature of the Good Shepherd. They are protectors over the flock of God as watchmen. 

And I will give you pastors after mine own heart, which shall feed you with knowledge and understanding. (Jeremiah 3:15) 

Pastors must guard against the Pharisaic spirit: preaching and teaching only for the praise of men. They have to remember they are privileged to lead. 

They must not look upon the people of God as their servants, but rather be ready to serve. In doing so, they and the people of God will grow into the fullness of the stature of Christ.

Friday, April 14, 2023

Book of the Week: The Apostolic Ministry: Exploring the Apostolic Office and Gift (Kingdom Stewards Series)


The focus of this book is to bring clarity and understanding to the apostolic office, the apostolic anointing. This information will help individuals to recognize the operations of this anointing in their lives and in the lives of others. It is our hope that believers will develop a greater respect and appreciation for the apostolic office and gift. Available Here and


There are individuals in the Church who are not apostles, but there is a definite apostolic touch on their lives and ministries. These individuals are said to possess an apostolic anointing. This is the next level of apostleship. How does this differ from someone who has an apostolic gift? In simple terms, the person who has an apostolic gift will demonstrate apostolic grace and ability occasionally.

However, an individual with an apostolic anointing will demonstrate apostolic power, grace, and authority regularly as they minister to the Body of Christ. Possessing an apostolic anointing does not place one in the office of the apostle, but it does make them a part of the emerging apostolic company of believers.

The apostolic anointing is seen oftentimes in believers who are called to the five-fold ministry. They will operate in their respective offices while exercising apostolic power and authority. The apostolic anointing adds a depth and dimension to their ministries. In addition, one does not have to be called to a ministry office to possess an apostolic anointing (discussed earlier). These individuals are strategically placed in the Body of Christ that all may be partakers of the apostolic ministry.

Individuals who possess an apostolic anointing will manifest the revelation and power of the Spirit consistently. They will have encounters with the Lord frequently. This may be in dreams and visions or in visitations of the Holy Spirit. In addition, they will be able to help others grow in their relationship with the Lord. Some will function like missionaries (sent ones) between churches. They will travel from assembly to assembly, strengthening pastors and leadership through their service.

Friday, March 31, 2023

Book of the Week: The Grace Factor: A Brief Examination of the Doctrine of Eternal Security (Kingdom Contenders Series)

Can Christians be assured of their salvation? Is it true that once someone is saved, they are always saved regardless of their lifestyles? What do the writings of the apostles and prophets say about these things. In this publication, we will examine the doctrine of eternal security and its validity in Christian thought and practice.

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Friday, March 24, 2023

The Ministry of the Elder: Practical Guidelines for Ordained C.O.G.I.C. Ministers

In this publication, we will discuss the ministry of the C.O.G.I.C. Elder. It is our endeavor to help those entering ministry having supplemental support as they navigate the execution of their ministries. In addition, we will provide basic protocols for the Elder’s purpose and function.

Friday, March 17, 2023

The Mandate of the Expeditor: A Brief Guide to the Protocols of C.O.G.I.C. Expeditors and Masters of Ceremonies


In this publication, we will discuss the ministry of the expeditor and the master/mistress of ceremony in C.O.G.I.C. religious services. Protocols and procedures are given for the execution of this duty. In addition, spiritual guidelines and practical application are provided. The information will provide clarity and instruction for those fulfilling the ministry in the church.

Friday, March 10, 2023

Book of the Week: Clouds Without Water: A Brief Study of False Ministers in the New Testament Church (Kingdom Contenders Series)


In this publication, we will explore the subject of false ministers. Jesus said that many would come in His name. As Christians, we need to be able to identify false ministers. Though some may appear like true Christians, the scriptures provide guidelines for their identification. It is our hope that these angels of deception will not deceive any believer.

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Friday, March 3, 2023

Book of the Week: Teach Us to Pray: Biblical Studies in Prayer (Kingdom Citizens Series)


In this publication, we will discuss how to approach God in prayer. Christ gave us access to the Father. The Bible is full of prayers and admonitions to God’s people to trust Him in prayer. Through prayer, we can receive comfort, hope, strength, and help in the time of need. As a kingdom citizen, you can go to God in prayer.

Friday, February 24, 2023

Book of the Week: The Promise of the Father: An Introduction to the Baptism of the Holy Spirit and the Gift of Tongues


The ministry of the Holy Spirit is the prominent feature of the New Testament church. In the Old Testament God promised that His Spirit would be outpoured upon all flesh. On the day of Pentecost, God’s promise was fulfilled. In the pages of this book, the dynamics of the promise of the Father; that is, the baptism of the Holy Spirit and the gift of tongues will be explored.

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Friday, February 17, 2023

Book of the Week: Interpreting Dreams and Visions: A Biblical Approach to Interpreting Dreams and Visions (Kingdom Stewards Series)


When Jesus made us citizens of the Kingdom, it came with advantages. As members of the kingdom of God, we are eligible to partake of the outpouring of the Spirit. The books of Joel and the Acts declare that the direct result of the outpouring of the Spirit of God would be revelation. Men and women could receive and communicate by the Spirit of God; two ways this is done is through dreams and visions. In the second book of this series, we will discuss the interpretation of dreams and visions. We will examine the different symbols of dreams and visions, and how to apply them in the Christian life. Book 2 of 2.

Friday, February 10, 2023

Book of the Week: Kingdom Citizens Deluxe Edition (6 Mini-Books in1): Precepts for Victorious Kingdom Living (Abundant Truth Deluxe Editions)


Jesus told the disciples that He would give us the keys to the Kingdom. We know that He spoke of authority and access. The Kingdom Citizens series is designed to help believers live daily as followers of Christ. Kingdom Citizens gives brief and vital information teaching Christians how to live under God’s rule in a world that is opposed to Christ. It is our prayer that you will be blessed by the materials presented. Jesus said that it is our Father’s good pleasure to give us the Kingdom.

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Friday, February 3, 2023

Book of the Week: Book of the Week: Keys to Patience: Understanding the Patience Factor in the Christian Life (Kingdom Keys Series)


Faith, hope, and love are foundational to the Christian experience. These will abide forever. Yet, there is one more element crucial to the Christian's walk: patience. Because trials, tests, and troubles are common to life and the Christian experience, patience is needed to maintain stability and joy. In this publication, we will discuss "the patience factor." We will discover truths about patience and its importance in the Christian life.

Friday, January 20, 2023

Book of the Week: Keys to Understanding the Process: Understanding God's Preparation (Kingdom Keys Series)


How many of you remember when you were young and your mother or someone would be cooking something that you liked? They sometimes would yell or smack our hands if we would go into what was being prepared. As a mother watches over her cuisine, the Lord watches over us with care. The same level of care, caution, and concern a person uses in the preparation of a meal reflects God's care, caution, and concern for us. Learn how to recognize and submit to God's preparation in your life.

Friday, January 13, 2023

Book of the Week: Keys to Pastoral Ministry and Recovery: Help for Wounded Healers (Kingdom Keys Series)


In this issue, we will discuss the need for ministry among pastors and leaders. Jesus was referred to as the Wounded Healer. In spite of rejection and sorrow, He ministered to the needs of others. Today, we find leaders throughout the Body of Christ who are wounded healers. They minister to others without receiving ministry themselves. This has caused many leaders to suffer burn-outs, sicknesses, and even early deaths. In this issue, we want to briefly examine the influences surrounding this problem in leadership.

Friday, January 6, 2023

Book of the Week: Prophetic Ministry, Misery, and Mishaps: Rediscovering the Purpose of the Prophetic Gift

The gift of prophecy is an awesome gift. Paul instructed us to covet to prophesy. However, some men and women have used this exhortation to pursue the operation of the gift rather than the function of the gift. This has produced erroneous prophetic ministry in the Church. Many lives have been negatively influenced. Misery was a product of these Mishaps in ministry. The focus of this book is to bring clarity to the gift of prophecy and understanding of the pitfalls associated with prophetic ministry. This information will help individuals to rediscover the purpose of the prophetic gift in the Church. For a full examination of the gift of prophecy, see my book, "The Prophetic Mantle: The Gift of Prophecy and Prophetic Operations in the Church Today."