Posts by Pam Vinnett
Kingdom Colliding with the Marketplace
Thank you for attending my session at the Orlando Conference for Apostle Joshua Giles. Here are my notes as promised. Let’s do Kingdom! Click Here To Download These NotesRead More
The Mark of the Beast
Based on Revelation chapter 13 — This today seems like a big topic to cover but it is not nearly as ominous as you might presuppose. To begin with the Book of Revelation is as you might think: It is a book that reveals something important that the Father desires for us to know. There…Read More
What is God saying about our troubled world and nation?
We forgot how to love each other, “Racism!”
“Why Should I Die? The Cry of the Kurdish People”
An article on the circumstance of war amidst senseless slaughter in Syria Shells were fired; women and children screaming and running in terror; the war has escalated once again on Syria’s border to Turkey, but this time to Turkey’s advantage. Feelings of anguish and betrayal are entrenched in the hearts and minds of the people…Read More
A call to prayer and AIIM Institute announcement.
They Seldom Refer to Her as Doctor
I’m sure that you will say once again I’m being political but I’m not. I guess I’d have to define this as being radical and disruptive. I have warned the Body of Christ that if they persist with politics over God things would get much worse! Well, this is worse, but it is going to…Read More
Confirmation Bias: Are You Guilty?
I recently listened to a book on tape called “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership”, by Former FBI Director, James Comey. Now, why would a non-political, Black, baby boomer tres chic chick from the “hood” in Youngstown, OH, want to read a book like that? Quite simply because she graduated from the hood, had…Read More
To Be or Not To Be?
“To be (political) or not to be (political), that is the question.” I raise this question to the Body of Christ. When author William Shakespeare placed the phrase in “Hamlet,” the character was far from speaking of politics. Instead the noble Hamlet is contemplating death by suicide and is stirred to reality by the entrance…Read More