Introduction

When Jesus was on the earth in the first century AD, He was on a rescue mission.  His mission largely consisted of three main activities:

  • Preaching/teaching the gospel of the Kingdom of God
  • Healing the sick
  • Casting out demons

He rescued people that needed to be rescued.

If they were lost, He forgave their sins and led them to relationship with God.  If they were sick, He healed them.  If they were under demonic oppression, He set them free.

In addition to this, He would also train His followers to do what He was doing, then He would send them out to represent Him.  And whenever He sent out people to represent Him, He always commissioned them with authority and power to do those same three activities:  heal this sick, cast out demons, and preach the gospel.  He wanted more people rescuing more people.

Then, He told these people to go out and make new disciples, and to teach the new disciples to do the same things…leading to more and more people rescuing more and more people.

If you are a Christian, then this is for you too.  You have been rescued and adopted into the family of God.  You have been given citizenship in the Kingdom of God.  And you have been given authority and power to enable you to participate in the rescue mission.

The purpose of this site is to provide materials and resources to aid those seeking to learn about their position, their standing, their equipment, and their mission as children of God.

Thanks for visiting

Neal

4 Responses

  1. I have been looking for a church for my daughter and son-in-law to attend in North Carolina. They live in Clemmons. I noticed on one video that you said you were teaching at your home church in Apex, NC: Hope Chapel. I also saw a Hope Chapel in Greensboro. Which church are you affiliated with? Also, I have been studying the Bible since 1978, when my life took a radical turn to be completely committed to Jesus as not ONLY my Savior, but my Lord as well. When I was baptized in the Holy Spirit in early 1979, I began to see things I had not seen before. What is interesting, until today when I read your posts, that my daughter sent to me, I had never read articles quite like yours which corresponds to revelations that the Lord had shown me regarding these same scriptural subjects. It was comforting to see that the Lord had revealed these same truths to someone else who is a very balanced teacher. I know there are other teachers who teach healing, baptism in the Holy Spirit, etc. But the clarity that you have presented these subjects is so refreshing. I too grew up in a Baptist church in South Carolina, even though now I live in California. I also noticed several Hope Chapels here on the west coast. Is your church affiliated with any of them? I live in Irvine, and would like to find a church like yours:) Thanks for answering my inquiry at your convenience. Until then, I will watch your videos!!!

    1. Hi Kathryn. Thank you for the kind words!

      The church that I mentioned in the videos is Hope Chapel in Apex, NC…somewhat near Raleigh and Chapel Hill. The website is http://www.hopenc.org.

      There are some Hope Chapels in California that belong to the same denomination as my home church (Foursquare), but I believe they are pretty different in the way they operate. In our fellowship, we believe in the radical New Covenant grace of God, the Baptism with the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues….we operate in the gifts of the Spirit openly and regularly in our services, and we train our people in healing and deliverance and things like that. In fact, the videos on my site are from many of those training sessions. I actually have never heard of or been to another church like ours, but I am sure there are lots of them out there. I pray you find one near you that blesses you.

      Thanks again for the compliments, and I am glad you are enjoying my posts.
      Neal

  2. Hi Neal, this is exactly the kind of church that I am looking for and the kind of church that my daughter would want to attend. I have not found one here near Irvine California that’s why I was so drawn to your messages and your teachings when I discovered them after my daughter had searched the internet and found them.

    Hopefully one day she could visit your church. Do you have evening services? Would you please tell me the days of the week and times that you have services. Thank you very much for responding to me. Love in Jesus Christ Our God and Savior, Kathryn Olson

    1. We do not currently have evening services on a regular basis, but we are having an evening service on September 10 at 6pm. It is called Sacred Reign, and here is the description from the hopenc.org website:
      “September 10 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm – This is a public event open to all like-hearted people seeking to experience God’s transforming presence. We fully expect those suffering from physical or spiritual discomfort, pain or torment to be physically healed and spiritually set free. Our intention is to wholly surrender to the Sacred Reign of King Jesus in an atmosphere of worship, prayer and Spirit-inspired instruction and revelation”

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