Horizon’s Blog

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Feature: Carmen Kampman“Stories of Jesus showing up in our lives, varied as they may be, have the power to point other people to Jesus.” Our Executive Director of Advancement, Carmen Kampman, had her article “So What’s Your Story? The Life Changing Power of a Simple Story” published in the January/February issue of Testimony Magazine. Check out the… Read More Feature: Ca [...]

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Meet Nick & RyleyWe have some really amazing students here at Horizon.  Our community is small and tight knit, and therefore it is easy to get to know one another.  It has been a joy to get to know each and every one of these students over these past few months and we want to give you the… Read More Meet Nick & Ryley [...]

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Did You Know?Recently, some of the staff members were reading the story of our college’s history in Songs of the Reaper. As we read through it, we were struck by the rich history of Horizon College.  While there were many facts and stories that stood out, the one thing we could not ignore were the parallels between history and modern day.  … Read More Did You K [...]

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The MissionLast week, during our Thursday morning chapel, Dr. Jeromey Martini walked us through 2 Timothy 2:1-13. He walked us through what it means to succeed in Christian life and ministry, and how that connects with our mission of “advancing God’s kingdom by preparing competent Christian leaders for Spirit empowered life and ministry.” Take a listen.… Read [...]

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Meet VictoriaWe have the privilege of hanging out with awesome students every day – in the classroom, in life groups, and while they are pretending to study at the couches in the hallway. At Horizon we desire to prepare competent Christian leaders, so this means we want to get our students connected and working outside of… Read More Meet Victoria [...]

Jeromey Martini’s Blog

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W ...Last month, I received a reply to my earlier post on Women in Leadership. Among many important points she raised, this blogger identified that a core problem for professional female ministers is the fact that there are so few available mentors for … [...]

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G ...Last weekend, I celebrated two graduations. Our college, Horizon, hosted graduation in our 80th year, while elsewhere my wife, after having two kids and moving between three provinces and across the Atlantic, convocated for her Master’s degree. I am super … [...]

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4 ...  This Easter, I participated in a Good Friday service where seven of us preached for four minutes each on one of Jesus’ “seven sayings of the cross.” My message was on the first saying: “Father, forgive them, for they … [...]

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A ...(A little Christmas diversion from my series on leadership resources.) Last weekend initiated the season when we are officially to begin anticipating Christmas. You know what season I mean. Even if it’s not marked on your calendar, I’m sure you saw it … [...]

Andrew Gabriel’s Blog

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In today’s video, I interview theologian Dr. Mark Cartledge from Regent University (Virginia). I ask him about what makes Pentecostal and Charismatic theology of worship unique and what implications this has for worship leaders. The post Pentecostal-Charismatic Theology of Worship appeared first on Andrew K. Gabriel. [...]

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There is a growing trend among evangelical Christians where some feel they should declare or decree things over their lives. This is particularly true among those who are influenced by the Pentecostal-Charismatic movement and, more specifically, the prosperity gospel. For example, one prominent independent Pentecostal preacher encourages the reader [...]

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We were discussing the doctrine of sin, and one of my students asked me: “What do you think of generational curses?” This depends on what you mean by a generational curse. If a person means […] The post How to Break Generational Curses appeared first on Andrew K. Gabriel. [...]

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Do we always get what we want in life? Do we get to choose the length of our days? Kate Bowler is a wife, mom, friend, daughter, author, professor, and recent recipient of the news she has incurable Stage IV cancer. In her book Everything Happens for a Reason, she reminds us that we don’t. And it’s not because God doesn’t care [...] The post Everyt [...]

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In today’s video, I interview theologian Dr. Chris Green from Pentecostal Theological Seminary (Tennessee). I asked him about how Pentecostals historically and in current scholarship have thought about the Lord's Supper and what implications this has for when we participate in communion today. The post The Lord’s Supper in Pentecostal Theology [...]

Carmen Kampman’s Blog

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This is going to be a brief, but powerful post – at least that’s the goal! Right now I have the privilege of being on an strategic journey of learning tools to help boards refocus, get unstuck, or get back on track. Sometimes boards... [...]

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Perhaps like me you’ve been told “You’re Destined for Great Things” and you’ve struggled to know what that means. Today’s blog is a short reflection on what that phrase doesn’t mean. And I’m sharing it with you today because I felt God’s Spirit this... [...]