About Steve Bremner

I'm a revival hungry missionary to Peru, and an alpaca whisperer. I also co-host a podcast and am general editor of Fire Press.

Public Notes


Recent Activity

  • Steve shared from Cosmos Reborn : Happy Theology on the New Creation by John Crowder
    It is easy to demonize fellow believers and attack them as heretics. But everybody has a little heresy in their thinking somewhere. Humility helps us to see that maybe we don’t really own the orthodox, fundamental high ground in scripture where we thought things were simply black and white.
    Note: Food for thought.
  • Steve shared from The Spirit-Filled Church by Terry Virgo
    Exhortations to “try to lift the roof off this time” have more to do with FA Cup finals than worship, and to be told to “sing it as though you really mean it” is sacrilege. What is the difference between that and an outright invitation to be hypocrites? If any worship leader feels he has to make such a request, then everyone has already missed the point of worshipping in truth.
    Note: Truth.
  • Steve shared from Face To Face With God: The Ultimate Quest to Experience His Presence by Bill Johnson
    If we are going to bring our lives more fully into agreement with God and His kingdom, the primary thing we need is a burning conviction that God is good.
    Note: That right there.
  • Steve shared from Choose Yourself! by James Altucher
    Some people will say, “Well, I’m just not an entrepreneur.” This is not true. Everyone is an entrepreneur. The only skills you need to be an entrepreneur are the ability to fail, to have ideas, to sell those ideas, to execute on them, and to be persistent so even as you fail you learn and move onto the next adventure.
    Note: Truth.
  • Steve shared from Spiritual Warfare and Missions by Ed Stetzer, Jerry Rankin
    The Bible’s power is not in its symbolism or style. The miracle of the Word of God is its substance. What’s more important is not that it rests on a desk but that the supernatural influence of God’s breath is in our hearts. Satan would rather us treat the book superstitiously than apply it to our lives. He would rather us worry about it than to read it.
    Note: Yep.