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.

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Recent Activity

  • Steve shared from Song of Songs: The Journey of the Bride by Brian Simmons
    Those entrusted with the care and nurture of the Bride must be affirmers, shapers of destiny, encouragers, lovers of others. Saint-perfecters must be those who focus not on the inabilities and weaknesses of others, but on the budding virtues Jesus is bringing forth within. His love gets the job done, not angry exhortations.
    Note: TRUTH
  • Steve shared from Spiritual Java by Bill Johnson, Beni Johnson, Kevin Dedmon, Kris Vallotton, Danny Silk, Banning Liebscher
    Sometimes when I teach on pursuing a gospel of power a person will follow my message with an affirmation of our need for power, while reminding everyone of the priority of knowing the God of power. True words, indeed. But sadly, such a comment is often religious in nature, meant to fend off the actual power of God, lest He disrupt their tidy worldview. A person who has a passion for the power and glory of God intimidates those who do not.
    Note: Yep
  • Steve shared from Signs, Wonders and a Baptist Preacher: How Jesus Flipped My World Upside Down by Chad Norris
    People who oppose experiences in the Kingdom would have been miserable following Jesus while He was here. It is unwise to chase experiences; however, when you walk in intimacy with someone, it is normal to share experiences together. Never having a close experience with someone you say you are intimate with would be strange.
    Note: Christianity IS an experience.
  • Steve shared from Signs, Wonders and a Baptist Preacher: How Jesus Flipped My World Upside Down by Chad Norris
    Once you see the Kingdom manifest with your own eyes, the game changes. But if you never get to the place where you ask to see these things happen—and mean it—then it will not be surprising if you go a lifetime without a single out-of-the-box encounter with God.
    Note: Yep
  • Steve shared from Signs, Wonders and a Baptist Preacher: How Jesus Flipped My World Upside Down by Chad Norris
    and deadly line of thinking. When I thought that it was true, I smoldered with anger. Jesus Christ of Nazareth never made anyone suffer pain. He never killed anyone in His ministry. He never made anyone sick or tormented anyone with demons. Sometimes as I am ministering to others, I feel anguish at how many people believe that Jesus is the author of their misery, that He is looking down from heaven to see how He might rip their hearts out for their own good.
    Note: AGREED