We offer a series of publications that have been created to encourage those who have an ear to hear to think beyond traditional religious guidelines and to look outside of the matrix of the obscured perceptions, distorted consciences, and incomprehensible doctrines that have led to blind acceptance, traditional obedience, and a self-centered belief system. These publications have been designed to help free the minds of those who have been held captive by a system of contrary beliefs, misguided values, unethical practices, and overstated theologies.

In our effort to reverse the effects of Churchianity, denominationalism, and traditionalism, we incorporate materials gathered from various sources composed together to define and illustrate those intriguing things that we have found hidden throughout God’s divine word. While researching and compiling the materials for our publications, every effort is made to acknowledge any written word, spoken word, thought, or idea from an author, speaker, teacher, or church leader who has expressly contributed to the completion of any of our products.

It is not our intention to accept or take credit for, nor to infringe on any copyrighted material or the thoughts and ideas of others but to compile existing information into one unified thought and to record these thoughts in a manner that will contribute to the growth of the reader. Our publications are not intended to criticize or question any religious beliefs or religions nor are they an attempt to convert anyone to a certain religious belief or religion. They are, however, intended to necessitate thought from and verification to those who receive it, to share those uncommon revelations that exist in the word of God, to aid in studying and rightly dividing the word of truth, and to be a useful tool for those who have an ear to hear.

Regardless of which publication you select to read, we encourage you to always open up your Bible and check things out yourself to make sure what you accept is the word of truth, because manipulated words can say many things and exist only to deceive. We welcome your comments and questions. If any of the publications from this ministry have been a blessing to you, feel free to share them with others that they may be blessed by them as well. While all of our publications are under copyright protection, they are intended to be useful tools to aid in studying the word of God and are currently freely given to anyone who inquires. We have no desire to sell that which was never ours from the beginning. We are a worker together with God, working for his glory, working for his kingdom, and working to establish his covenant. Amen.

by George A. Evans

In a recent discussion among fellow believers, one of the believers posed several questions to the group. The first set of questions posed to the group was: Define the word "all" in the scripture; "For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God" (Romans 3:23)? Does "all" mean "all inclusive?" The initial response by all who were asked these questions was one of two responses; "All means all-inclusive" or "All means everyone." The group of believers was then asked the following question; "Does that mean everyone without exception?" The response from the group was collectively; "Yes, all means all-inclusive without exception."

If these questions were posed to you, what would be your responses? Would your responses be similar to those of the group? Or, do you have a different answer to the questions?

by George A. Evans

This is an eleven-part series to discover the truth behind one of the most discussed events in the history of religion, the crucifixion of Jesus the Christ. While we have focused our efforts on what many call and celebrate as Good Friday, our intent is to provide you with enough information that will add to your understanding of the events surrounding the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. Please know that this is a slimmed-down version of the original text, however, we trust that there will be enough information to stimulate your thought processors so that you can think outside of the box of our earthly reality and come to a spiritual understanding of the truth as this story unfolds through the word of God. By the end of this series, we will have will have explored the resurrection of Jesus, the crucifixion of Jesus, and many of the points in between, just to discover The Truth Behind Good Friday. So grab your Bible and let us begin the journey.

by Rochelle Evans

Galatians is a letter written by Paul to the people of Galatia. In this letter, he tries to explain to the citizens that the only way they can be saved is through Christ, not the law. The Galatians were doing well in their race, but they had gotten turned around and started emphasizing the old laws, laws of the Old Testament, rather than the new laws, the laws of the New Testament. Paul reminds them that since the coming of Christ, the old ways have been put away. Only by faith can one be saved, only by faith can one claim their inheritance. In order to claim our inheritance, however, Paul states that we must be spiritually free. We must no longer walk in the flesh and bear the fruit of the flesh, but we should walk in the spirit and bear its fruit.

by George Evans

Who is this wicked one we call Satan? The scriptures do not reveal much detail about this entity even though there is a lot of speculation pertaining to him and his existence. There is no time period that explains exactly when he came into existence. According to the scripture, there are no indications as to when, if any, a revolt happened or when the fall occurred. The Bible is somewhat vague about how he became known as Satan and his origins. The lack of verifiable facts has not stopped the speculation about his existence or lack thereof.

by George Evans

Who is this entity that we call the Spirit of God? The vast majority of Christians believe that the Spirit of God is the same entity as the Spirit of the Lord. A great majority of them believe that the Spirit of the Lord is the same entity as the Holy Ghost. And most of them believe that the Holy Ghost and the Holy Spirit are one in the same. But, is this fact or is this fiction? Is the Spirit of God the same entity as the Spirit of the Lord? Is the Spirit of God the same entity as the Holy Ghost? Is the Spirit of God the same entity as the Holy Spirit? Are all of these the same entities? Or, are they different entities? Who exactly is the Spirit of God? Let us look at the scriptures to see what they have to say about this entity that is called the Spirit of God.

This is one of the more long-standing controversial philosophies that has plagued Christianity throughout the years. Taught as truth, some Christians have accepted the teaching that once an individual has received salvation, that individual cannot lose that salvation. These Christians have subscribed to the doctrine, once saved always saved. These same Christians believe that once an individual has received salvation, he or she is eternally secured in Christ through his sacrifice on the cross, while other Christians believe that it is possible for an individual to lose his or her salvation once they have received it. So the question becomes, Is it possible for a Christian to lose his or her salvation once he or she has received it?


“Show yourself in all respects to be a model of good works, and in your teaching show integrity, dignity, and sound speech that cannot be condemned, so that an opponent may be put to shame, having nothing evil to say about us” (Titus 2:7-8 ESV).

“And now I make one more appeal, my dear brothers and sisters. Watch out for people who cause divisions and upset people’s faith by teaching things contrary to what you have been taught. Stay away from them” (Romans 16:17 NLT).

“Everyone who hears my teaching and applies it to his life can be compared to a wise man who built his house on an unshakable foundation” (Matthew 7:24 TPT).

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