Author: Greg Frizzell

How to Conduct a Solemn Assembly

How to Conduct a Solemn Assembly

A solemn assembly is a God-ordained time of deep spiritual cleansing, repentance and restored first love. (Joel 2:12-18) Yet today, it is all too possible to attempt solemn assemblies that are shallow and over-programmed. When this occurs, churches experience a subtle form of “spiritual inoculation.” In essence, we can receive a weakened version that actually keeps us from the genuine return to God. It is also possible to conduct solemn assemblies in ways that are so brief and programmed, that the Holy Spirit has little freedom to guide believers into life-changing repentance. In this book, leaders receive effective guidance for experiencing a church-changing, Spirit-guiding encounter with God.

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Demolishing Personal and Church-wide Strongholds

Demolishing Personal and Church-wide Strongholds

In light of today’s spiritual collapse and evangelistic decline, what is hindering the long awaited revival? One thing is certain – the current collapse is certainly not for lack of evangelism strategies or books on prayer. Yet clearly, something is blocking the flow of God’s power in His people. In many cases, that “something” is the presence of unconquered strongholds in believers and churches. And while God provides mighty weapons for demolishing strongholds, most saints do not know how to use them! (2 Corinthians 10:3-5) In this book, believers will learn both to recognize and demolish even their most hidden points of hindrance. The need is urgent and the hour late. May God help us settle for nothing less than removing the barriers and releasing His Spirit!

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Restoring Our First Love

Restoring Our First Love

In a day of increasing talk of solemn assemblies, it is vital to embrace the type God can accept. A dangerous mistake is to think efforts at prayer and repentance are automatically accepted by God. In this tool, believers discover the biblical balance of Old Testament solemn assemblies with New Testament grace and power. We learn to revere God as holy. Instead of seeking God mostly to relieve earthly problems, we return to first love for Jesus and Great Commission passion. We learn to embrace deep repentance by grace through faith and Spirit empowerment. In ways that are biblical and practical, believers re-discover “the joy and power of the Lord as their strength.”

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Dynamic Church Prayer Meetings

Dynamic Church Prayer Meetings

Like virtually nothing else, dynamic church prayer meetings revolutionize churches and transform believers! In fact, they are absolutely essential to a church being fully “New Testament.” At last, growing numbers of pastors and churches are rediscovering the crucial missing element of corporate prayer. They are also discovering the God-led prayer meetings are powerful and energizing, not boring or intimidating. These re-energized congregations now wonder why they so long neglected such incredible blessing and power.

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Praying God’s Heart in Times Like These

Praying God’s Heart in Times Like These

In light of today’s thirty-year prayer movement, one question stands preeminent. “how could america witness a thirty-year prayer movement yet its worst spiritual collapse at exactly the same time?” this resource will help readers learn to experience powerful new spiritual intimacy in praying god’s desires. Believers quickly discover they truly can know god’s heart and experience his presence in biblical revival.

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How to Pray without Ceasing

How to Pray without Ceasing

While a designated prayer time is crucial, it is only half of a believer’s relationship with Jesus. In 1 Thessalonians 5:17, Christians are commanded to “pray without ceasing.” Though that does not mean verbally praying aloud all day, it does mean learning to live in continual awareness and communication with God. From brief “prayer moments” to effective thought prayers, believers can learn to stay in close connection with God. By God’s grace and Spirit, Christians can learn to clearly recognize God’s voice throughout the day. In this tool, believers discover the power of continuous communication with God.

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Forty Days of Seeking God

Forty Days of Seeking God

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Revised Study Edition

After decades of “calls to prayer and repentance,” one question stands preeminent. “Why has the moral and spiritual collapse continued mostly unabated?” In this new expanded version of Forty Days of Seeking God, believers discover the difference in merely saying general prayers and praying “effective, fervent prayers from utterly yielded hearts.” (James 5:16) Saints learn to move from merely saying we repent generally, to fully yielding to Christ in loving specific surrender.

The tool is perfect for churches, small groups, denominations, seminaries, schools and individuals who want to seek God’s guidance for our nation and revival in the land. In the forty day format, individuals, small groups and whole churches experience fervent prayer and deep spiritual revival. With signs of judgment rising rapidly and a most pivotal election ahead, it is time for forty days of deepest prayer and repentance not just the same level of prayer as the past fifty years. Now is the time for more than just another prayer event! We must embrace a genuine return to God through fervent prayer and deepest repentance, not a reliance on politics.

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Seeking God to Seek a Pastor Extras

Seeking God to Seek a Pastor Extras

Seeking God to Seek a Pastor

These tools are available to churches who have purchased the Seeking God to Seek a Pastor books.

Gregory Frizzell Ministries provides two companion tools for assisting the process of seeking God’s perfect will in a pastor. The Seeking God to Seek a Pastor Workbook is a 184 page book which contains all appendices (A through Z) from the revised Seeking God to Seek a Pastor book. It also contains other tools for additional help.

The guides are available as pdf documents which can be copied, printed and edited to suit each church’s process and setting. These tools and documents save committees and church staff countless man-hours by not having to re-create the formats, letters, evaluation forms and surveys, etc. The tools may be used in part or whole as needed.

The second tool is the Seeking God to Seek a Pastor Interview Tool. This tool is a 29 page guide for use during the three stage interview process provided in the main book. The interview tool contains the sixty evaluation questions with sufficient blanks to record the candidate’s answers, committee comments and thoughts for each question. This resource may be printed as many times as needed but the contents cannot be edited. The interview tool is of great value for keeping interviews organized and well documented for later reference.

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The Lord’s Supper

The Lord’s Supper

The Lord's Supper “A Covenant of Love Surrender”

The Church’s greatest need is recapturing first love passion and power in Jesus. The Lord’s Supper done properly can bring us back to just such passion and strength in Christ. When believers experience a fresh vision of God’s glory, grace and holiness, they are never the same! In essence, revival is restored passion, deeper surrender and power to impact our world. As believers discover the full meaning of the new covenant in Christ’s blood, their confidence and joy explode to whole new levels.

In The Lord’s Supper, believers experience heart preparation that restores unity and New Testament power for victorious living. We experience grace to more fully love Jesus and other believers. While not over-complicating the Lord’s Supper, the book helps participants more deeply worship the awesome God it reflects. In a way that is balanced and biblical, The Lord’s Supper guards believers from the very real risk of taking communion in ways that bring judgment.

The prayer guides and covenant in this book will help believers fully understand and appreciate this most holy church ordinance. While the book is excellent for any Lord’s Supper observance, it is especially powerful for Easter and Christmas celebrations. We are excited to see many churches deepening their worship through more powerful Lord’s Supper!

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Saved, Certain, and Transformed

Saved, Certain, and Transformed

Saved, Certain, and Transformed

It is very significant that most Great Awakenings involved many doubting saints finding assurance and lost church members finding true salvation. While no one knows the exact percentage, we do know significant numbers of believers struggle with nagging doubts about their salvation. Even more alarming, our Lord states that many who now think they are saved, are tragically deceived. (Matthew 7:22; Luke 13:26) In this biblical grace-filled book, readers will experience God’s answer to the central barriers to spiritual awakening — unconverted church members, doubting saints and powerless prayer lives.

In Saved, Certain and Transformed, believers find full victory as their doubts are laid to rest and God’s peace becomes real. Countless others will discover true new birth in Christ. All will learn to walk in powerful prayer and fullness. Throughout history, true revivals began with the three main emphases contained in this book. May this church-wide study be a tool for many salvations, full assurance and sweeping spiritual awakening. For God’s glory, we must settle for nothing less!

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