During a Fellowship Dinner with some members of BPN, we were asked a question. The question was: What is your passion (for the Kingdom of God). If any of you have read my profile or my blogs, you will always see the word "Youth". THIS is my passion. My heart goes out to the Youth and Young Adult for various reasons. This is the Ministry that God has given me and I work diligently. I thank God for my Ministry and for those he has placed in my life whether it be for me to be a help to them, or for them to be a help to me.

My question to you today: What is your PASSION?
Is it Men?
Is it Women?
Is it Youth?
Is it Deliverance?
Is it the Abused?
Is it the Sick and Shut In?
Is it Prison?
Is it Preaching?
Is it Teaching?

There are MANY things to be passionate about, but I would like to know what YOUR passion is for Christ and the Church!

Be Blessed!

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Comment by Evangelist Marianna Humphrey on March 5, 2009 at 2:39pm
Wow,!! My Passion,

although I know GOd called me to preach & teach , my passion is for MY Sistas, I have a deep heart felt passion to reach my Sistas from all walks of life, many who have been broken, hurt, or abused.. Many that feel salvation is not for them, I desire to reach and so with that thought, the Question GOD asked me when he restored me, AM I MY SISTA'S KEEPER??? Yes , I am...
Comment by BIBLEMAN on March 1, 2009 at 5:01pm
slaying demons
Comment by Micah RaSun-Vann on February 28, 2009 at 1:03pm
As with Rev. Luckett, my passion is winning the lost. I'm one that shys away from the mike and pulpits because so much ministry today appeals to the flesh and emotions. we have a good time but there's no deliverance. We get the messages in our heads, and emotions and the enemy knows that all he has to do is send one good firey dart and we'd be so punch drunk that we can't even remember the message. It's Revelation we need.

I was at a Morris Cerrullo World Wide Evangelism Conference and Brother Cerrullo begin to pray for the group and I say it was a good 20 minutes he prayed the sweetest prayer and then waited on Jesus. Well the sweet spirit of the Lord came in the room and the revelation of "Jesus Loves You" was brought into my heart. That moment it was sealed forever and no one could take that away from me no devil, no person, no trial.

It is that Revelation that I pray for as I go out into the streets to witness. That people receive the revelation of "Jesus Loves You". It is God's Love that makes all the difference. It would eliminate all antics we use to reach the lost.
Comment by Prophetess Sandra Dukes, a.m. on February 26, 2009 at 11:18pm
Sister Tameque What an intriguing question! – What is your passion?
On the onset it seems fairly simple a question that requires little thought .One surely knows what makes the blood rush and the nerves tingle, what causes exuberance and fulfillment. But as one matures with spiritual wisdom we realize all things have no value, no substance with an out the calmness and peace received when we know that our acts or works have caused a positive effective transformation in ourselves as well as others. My passion is now more of an appendage. Whatever the God -willed assignment is, it is attached to the comfort and peace I feel when I hear that familiar reassuring inner voice saying “Well done my good and faithful servant”. Throughout my life’s journey I’ve had several passions ,some uplifting and constructive and some very foolish and destructive, but because of God’s compassion and mercy, my seeking and finding , my passion in its finality, is pleasing our Father which art in Heaven. I hope you and those who read this short explanatory auto bio-poetry enjoy.
A New Start by Sandra Dukes
“When I was young I wanted fame. Later in life, I wanted fortune. Now that I am older and wiser, I know that true wealth and the mark of respect is the result of fulfillment, of knowing you have made a positive difference. I believe living is a journey like the seasons. Youth is spring; all is new, full of curiosities and wonder. It is a time of nurturing and establishing values. Summer is full of energy, actions and reactions. Fall is the season of solutions and resolutions, the season of reaping what you have sown. Winter is the season when the ground is covered with snow and all around nature seems to be dismal, but underneath the dead foliage of the seasons before, a tiny spark of life is waiting to emerge, waiting for spring—a new start!”. -God Bless and Keep You Sandra Dukes
Comment by Tara Robinson on February 23, 2009 at 7:02pm
Well Tarmeque you heard my story and passion but to add that my desire is to see everyone saved but we know its not possible but while i am still here i will always lift up women who have been broken by life and there children who are hurting as well my heart goes out to this because i am a mother with children and we have many struggles just as others do and if i can pray for a soul to be set free i will i am determined to make a difference to help a child and the mother over come.
Comment by Pastor Sherry Rice-Atkinson on February 23, 2009 at 4:39pm
Tarmeque, my passion to do the will of God and reach out to hurting women and men of God. Many of us in the kingdom are hurting and need the healing power of God to manisfest in our lives. I have ministered to countless women and men. However, I have become one in need of God healing and restoration in my life. As ministers in the gospel, we must understand we are not exempted from the present trials and tribulations of this world. We must daily put on the armour of God and take a stand against the enemy and his tactics. He came in through my backdoor and is trying to bring my family down. I say to satan," No weapon formed against me shall prosper and every tongue that rises up shall be condemned in Jesus' name".
Comment by T.L. Hawkins on February 23, 2009 at 11:56am
Rev Luckett~ Right again! You said it! MORE praying for the lost NEEDS to be done!!
Comment by Pastor Selena B. Cepeda on February 23, 2009 at 11:53am

Although I co-pastor a great church, my passion is praise and worship. When I preach at home or anywhere, I don't feel like I can move on unless we have tapped in. Worship breaks the fallow ground so that a seed can be planted into fertile ground. There is nothing like feeling the presence of God amid the congregants.

Be Blessed!!
Comment by T.L. Hawkins on February 23, 2009 at 11:41am
Thanks for your responses Evangelist Smith and Rev. Luckett!

Rev. Luckett, my passion definitely is Youth, but it runs neck and neck with Soul Winning. Remember when people prayed for the salvation of others? Remember when the church Mother's would get together and pray for the "lost souls" in the community? Remember when we would SEE God answer those prayers and the lost actually gave their life to Christ?

Why don't "WE" do this anymore. Most "prayer requests" are for jobs, cars, houses...SELF. It "seems" no one is interested in SOULS anymore! Isn't that what this is about? SOUL WINNING is a NECESSITY!
Comment by Linda F. Smith on February 23, 2009 at 11:29am
I am passionate about deliverance, the abused, preaching and teaching. Let me add ,I also am passionate about knowing my Heavenly Father's Spirit's character the more. Thank you for asking.

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