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A moving experience!

As I mentioned on Sunday, at All Saints Dallas we are on the cusp of launching two new gatherings. First, it is my joy to tell you that in late October or early November we will move our Sunday service to morning time and to a new location at 2733 Oak Lawn Avenue, Dallas. Second, we look forward to begin meeting in smaller groups in homes every other week, as we continue to learn to minister to one another as the early Church demonstrated for us. ...Read More

What's Your Motivation?

Proverbs 21.2 says that man makes his plans but God weighs his heart. God looks at our motivation. I hope and trust our motivations for planting All Saints Dallas weigh well with the Lord....Read More

How Do We Remember The Attacks On Our Soil?

It's been 10 years since the attacks on our soil by enemies of our country. How do we remember? How do we deal with feelings of anger, justice, humility, fear, God's sovereignty?...Read More

Be Filled With The Holy Spirit

John declared: "He who is coming after me is mightier than I…He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire." (Matthew 3:11) This filling of the Holy Spirit makes a lifestyle available to us to which not even John had access....Read More

Hope In God

With all the bad news of impending hurricanes in the east coast, failing financial markets, continued unrest internationally and all the political and social turmoil in the U.S. one could really get depressed and discouraged. Like the psalmist we ask of our own hearts, "…why are you in turmoil within me?" The psalms speak to and reflect our everyday emotions....Read More

From Whom all blessings flow

It has been one year since Claudia, the family and I moved to Dallas. God has really been moving in our lives and in the ministry of All Saints Church. It's exciting to see what He is doing to establish a 3-stream, Spirit, Sacrament, Scriptural body of believers. ...Read More

Are You Walking On Water?

We read or hear the news about the economy, politics, weather, etc. and a wave of depression heaves upon us. More so than ever in times like these there is a call for us to get out on the waves where the wind is high and the water deep. It's a call to exercise faith in a sovereign God and trust Him. ...Read More

The Holy Spirit Rests Upon Us

What Jesus was showing the people in His hometown of Nazareth, and us, is the Holy Spirit dwells inside every believer for their sake. Every Christian has Him living in them. But, not every Christian knows that the Holy Spirit rests upon them, like a dove, for the sake of others. ...Read More

We bring to God an offering

Psalm 72 is a messianic or royal psalm. It was written as a prayer for King Solomon and perhaps by him, but it can also be interpreted Christologically if we think of the King as the Messiah, the anointed one. This psalm came to mind one day while singing a song we do often at All Saints Dallas. ...Read More

God has made us for the Harvest

“And Jesus said to them, ‘The harvest is plentiful but the laborers are few. Therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.’” (Luke 10:2) When Jesus uttered these words, He was sending out the seventy-two, a band of disciples appointed by the Lord Himself who would go into every town and village where Jesus himself was about to go......Read More