Mar/Apr 2021 Way Magazine


As sons of God with His spirit and an accurate knowledge of His Word, we shine as lights in this world. Let’s delve into the radiant truths in this issue and make them our own—we’ll shine even brighter!

Rev. Stan Tinsley paints a clear picture of what it takes to be “Filled to Overflowing” with the power of the holy spirit. In “God’s Word Has Integrity,” Mitch Barker focuses on building our believing in the integrity of God’s Word: its benefits help us overcome even in challenging times. Colin Edsall teaches that effectively “Appropriating Our Legal Rights in Christ” requires learning what those rights are and how to apply them.

In “This Is Confidential,” Sally Moudourou explains how maintaining confidentiality in our communications enables us to show God’s love to one another as good stewards and helps us accomplish His will. And don’t miss reading the illuminating scriptures on our ministry theme, Shining as Lights in the World.

Mary Kay Koetteritz continues our series on Living the Mystery in This Wonderful Age of Grace, explaining that the seven Church Epistles—not the Old Testament law, the Gospels, or the Book of Revelation—are the “all truth” for this Administration of Grace. Then she takes us on a walk through the seven Church Epistles to see some of the specific and powerful truths addressed to us today. Teresa Guigou explores the importance of our study of Eastern manners and customs. In “Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth—Eastern Manners and Customs,” she reveals two relevant practices to properly apply in our learning of these manners and customs, helping us to rightly divide the Word of Truth.

The Prevailing Word Report gives us an inside look at how the in-residence Way Corps are “Leaders-in-Training Who Desire to Be Servants of All.”

God’s Word is a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our path (Psalm 119:105). Let’s reach out to others with that Word so they too can walk with abundance and victory in the light of God’s Word.

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