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500 years ago today, Martin Luther nailed his 95 thesis to the door of the castle church at Wittenburg in Saxony, Germany and sparked years of turmoil and angst in Christianity. Behind it all actually, God was at work, and although we have looked bank at reformers like Zwingli, Calvin, Luther, Melancthon and others, the truth is that God was and still is the Chief Reformer.

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The last two weeks John and a ministry team has been in Europe visiting Swizterland, and England for ministry.
In the photo above is John preaching with a translator in a conference in Spiez, Swizterland.

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Evan Roberts, the famous Welsh revivalist was once asked what was the secret to revival. His reply was that "there is no secret", but "It is only ask and receive." Another way of saying it is that prayer is the "secret" of revival.

As believers we desire to see the salvation of those around us, but we think there is some other way of changing the world around us. We try good music in church, air conditioned buildings, great programs, discipleship systems, wonderful websites, charity fundraisers... the list goes on.

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After having spent 2 years in building our online training environment, we have now launched complete with 2 modules for study. One of these includes Module I in Apostolic Ministry. The other is a module of Study in Intercession.

We are now at the point where we are now commencing filming for Module II in Apostolic Ministry. Development of the next course of study in Apostolic Ministry will be more quickly available to you. We anticipate having the second module to be available early in 2018.

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It's been twenty years since Christ commissioned John Alley to take an apostolic message to the nations. In that time we have criss-crossed the world teaching people, mostly pastors, how to be apostolic and what that means for life and service to Christ.

About 2 years ago we realised the job of teaching apostolic values was far beyond our physical ability to travel, and we began planning and building our online training environment.

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It’s been 18 months since we started building our online apostolic school, and we are just 23 days away from publicly launching the first module. We are very excited.

God has given us a message which has changed our hearts, and those of many others too. It is obvious that despite much travelling, the teaching had to do online so that many more had access to it, and so here it comes.

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In just a few weeks our online school goes public and will be open for registrations and study. Initially there is just 2 courses that can be completed, but in the year ahead, we will be adding more courses to the learning environment.

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Nothing good happens unless God does it. In the words of the Psalmist, “unless the Lord builds the house, the workers, labor in vain.” (Psalm 127:1)

As humans we are unable to bring the type of change about which God desires. We cannot even change our own husbands or wives, as many try to do. In fact, we struggle to change ourselves, and even our own best effort seems to be constantly fruitless. Even in human areas, things not to do with Christ or the Kingdom, we struggle to effect any type of meaningful change.

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This is a snippet from Chapter 4 of The City Gate by John Alley.

On a recent Sunday morning I asked my church this question: "What one thing, more than any other, if we prayed for it and saw it come about, would do more to improve the lives, and lift up family life, and bless and protect this church and every church in the city?" The answer was: City Eldership

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Five hundred years ago, in 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 points of contention to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenburg, Germany. The Church was thrown into a process of change that has profoundly shaped not just the Church, but the world and the nations.

And five centuries later the process continues. As we look around the world today we see God at work. Here are just ten (among many) things we see God doing:

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