Robert and Kathie Fetveit are the Executive Directors of Elijah House. Pain Evangelism: meeting people in their pain and employing sound biblical principles to lead them to healing in every area–spiritual, physical, emotional, relational–and to salvation.
Robert and Kathie Fetveit are the Executive Directors of Elijah House. Many years ago, while working as missionaries in Japan, Kathie and I began to question why our ministry and the ministries of many others more anointed and qualified than us, were not more fruitful.
In 1994, in Toronto God poured out His Spirit on our small church at the end of an airport runway. It was dramatic and when God came, people fell down and many experienced God impact their flesh and hearts. Everyone was touched.
God uses WomenThe Second book of Kings tells of an account that speaks clearly about this topic. When King Josiah’s servant rediscovers the book of the law (2 Kings 22) a notable chain of events takes place.
As people have soaked in God’s presence, they have experienced profound heart changes. Their marriages have been healed, their fears dispelled, depressions and sicknesses have left and lives have been transformed.
Preparing for the Best of Times, the Worst of Times and the End of Times"With all the sense of urgency I can muster, I write this book with an ever growing conviction that we need to prepare, spiritually and practically, for not just one but two unprecedented tsunamis that are on the horizon and which will forever change the spiritual landscape of our world and life as we know it. The first massive wave is that of unprecedented turbulence, trouble and shaking on the earth that will be increasingly felt in the economic, geophysical, political, religious and military realms. We think we have already experienced a once in a lifetime shaking in the global economy (fall of 2008 to March 2009) and in natural disasters over the last number of years but we have only tasted the appetizer. The main course is now ready to be served.
I've been part of the 40 day fast and despite days where it's been challenging (seriously, ever seen a British person without tea for a month???!!!) I'm reaching the stage where I'm starting to see the effects of being more deliberate about pressing into God, and really starting to see the fulfillment of God's word that those who sow in tears reap in joy.
You're a great worship leader, but how's your heart?The role of a worship leader has always been an important one in the life of our local churches, but have we started down the wrong path? I have a pastor friend from New York State who tells me, "We don't have a worship leader, so we use CDs".