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Blogs about Armor-Bearer Training, Ministry of Helps and Servant Leadership by Varn Brown and Earma Brown

Heroes In Gods House 2 Serve Strong

In the early days of my wife and me serving as armor bearers, I must admit I was a bit strong (zealous) about my service. We had just finished a Wednesday night service and our leaders headed for the green room. The green room is where our pastor and guest prepare before they go into service..

Heroes In Gods House

In ancient days, the nation of Israel had sinned. The Midianites had oppressed them to grinding poverty. They came and destroyed their crops and everything else they could see during harvest time, leaving them nothing to live on. Then they came in and took over the land with their people, ways of living and their camels.  According to historians, the camels were countless. Think about the last time you saw a camel. My point is camels are no small animal. So, it was a lot of camels and people invading the land. The Israelites cried out to God in desperation for help...

Are You Passing The Character Test

What is your character as an Armorbearer and Servant Leader? The reason I ask this one is: the foundation that you lay in your serving season, is the same one you’ll be walking on in your ministry season...

The Good Work Started In You

Are we there yet? Are you walking in the divine destiny of God? Let me prepare your heart and mind with something many of us don't consider. The divine destiny journey is a life long journey. Even those of us who think we have connected with our divine destiny in this season and are faithfully walking it out...

Continue Walking In Faith And Victory

Are you still going strong? You know Jesus said first to the Jews and now to us who believe, "If you continue in My Word, you will truly become my disciples." So, it's an important question. I remember when the inscription was really popular 'Finish Strong.' It reminded us of the need to finish with all your might. And sometimes it seems to take all your might to finish well...

Armorbearers Servant Leaders Helps Ministry

In the kingdom of God, there is a receiving season, a serving season and a ministry season. If you are an armorbearer you are mostly in your serving season. You are either just starting, right in the middle of it and happy about it. Or, you're beginning to see the end of the line and trying to act like you aren’t sad about it, but you know it’s coming. Don’t be sad, there’s always a promotion. Here's a quick story...

In The Dry Place Gods Test And The Temptation

I want to talk to you about the seasons of life the Spirit of the Lord takes us through. Our God is a sovereign God and he knows what is best for us. As believers, we all should be willing to allow the Spirit of the Lord to have his way within us. I have found out that the Lord will have his way, anyway, and all we can do is say, “Lord, have your way.” (Smile.)

The Grace Space

I am thankful for the grace of God that's on my life. I'm thankful for a loving wife. His mercies that are new every morning and my strength that is renewed like the eagles. I’m thankful for God's divine protection and him keeping my sons and their children. And the Lord rebuking the devourer off my four brothers and sister and their children...

Are We Babes In Christ

Are you growing in Christ? Not long ago, I began to notice the different stages of growth some of us are in. I saw some growing giant slayers, some teen-agers in the faith, baby Christians and all different kinds of growth stages. You know where I’m going but I have to mention it. I also saw some pouty Christians that didn’t fit the category they were residing in. The Lord has his ways to help us know when we need to grow up...

The Energy Of Words

Have you ever said something, you wished you hadn't said? Just a few days ago, I wrote words in a Facebook post that sounded all right at the time to the women I encourage at WOW Women Global. Later, the Holy Spirit prompted me that it was too harsh and too direct. I remembered the words of a past leader, its better that we err on the side of mercy.

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