Spiritual Fathering Mothering

SPIRITUAL FATHERING & MOTHERING PART 1

SPIRITUAL FATHERING & MOTHERING PART 1

By St2 Steven

28 June 2020

It’s about a father who has created an environment of love so that a son can come home to an environment of Sonship, identity, empowerment and authority. If we are truly following Jesus we should never be standing still. We cannot overtake Him and you must not lag behind Him. And often it is difficult to keep up with Jesus. And Jesus is still committed to leading us if we are willing to follow. If we are not listening to the noise around us but responding to the voice within us. It is not about getting people to church, it is about getting people to God

 

SPIRITUAL FATHERING & MOTHERING PART 2

SPIRITUAL FATHERING & MOTHERING PART 2

 By St2 Steven

5 July 2020

 

There is a generation is not long for a better denomination, but who are looking for family. They want a place where they can be fully undone so that they can become fully alive.
This is a story of two sons, a son is lost to rebellion and there is a son lost to religion. It is a story about an orphan who left home and an orphan who stayed home.
We are the most loved people and the planet becoming the most loving people on the planet. Church is a party and you do not become a spiritual father and a spiritual mother until you receive the party and learn to release the party.

 

SPIRITUAL FATHERING & MOTHERING PART 3

SPIRITUAL FATHERING & MOTHERING PART 3

 By St2 Steven

12 July 2020

 

Now more than ever we need to equip and empower so that believers know wherever they are they create atmosphere and environments for people to come home before they come to church.
No longer can we lead with a mindset that God revolves around the church, the church revolves around God

There is far too much confusion and polarisation in the structured church today that it overrides the relational foundation of Kingdom. There are too many people who avoid church because they do not want to be found guilty by association.
We are not just learning to embrace people when they come home, we are learning to embrace God’s people when they become undone.