Controversial Spirit-filled minister John Crowder & I talk about KIDS and DRUGS in this followup to my Charismatic Chaos or (Holy) Spirited Deconstruction? post. Want to read it? Then go here to my new blog home at MikeMorrell.org! Here you’ll be able to keep up with the latest. Please update your bookmarks & RSS feeds accordingly. Thank you!
Crowder & Morrell: Kids & Cocaine Jesus?Published June 2, 2008 Christian Mysticism , Church , Emergent , Faith , Friendship , God , Leadership , Theology 36 Comments
Tags: alternative worship, baby Jesus, Ben Dunn, big tent revival, bizarre prophets, Brownsville Revival, CBA market, charismatic, children, Christian bookstores, church unity, contemplatives, creative miracles, deconstruction, Destiny Image, dialogue, drug culture, drugs, drunk in the Spirit, Emergent, emergent church, Emerging, emerging church, family, focus on the family, glory dust, glory realm, glossolalia, God, Godka, gold dust, Holy Spirit, integration, interviews, itinerant ministry, Jesus, John Crowder, Lakeland outpouring, Lakeland revival, Lord's Day, love, manifestation, ministry, Morningstar, mutual respect, mystics, namaste, New Covenant, open heaven, parenting, Pentecostal, Pentecostalism, pneumatology, Portland, prophetic, prophetic satire, religious spirit, renewal, rethinking worship, revival, revivalists, selah, sloshed in the Spirit, Sons of Thunder, speaking in tongues, Spirit-filled, spiritual gifts, Tallagega Nights, The Bridge, The New Mystics, third wave, Todd Bentley, tokin' the ghost, Toronto Blessing, Vaudeville, Vineyard, Voice of Healing Revival, Worship, worship music