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Hello my name is Jerral Campfield and this web site is dedicated to Moral Recognition Therapy using Biblical principles. Please come back often to join me in understanding Gods hands are outstretched still to forgive.

Revival is needed where in Me!
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Friday, 02 December 2022

I pray this is not only Happening to Mario Murillo, but to other Pastors through out our world as we need revival to break the hold Satan has on Lawlessness that is going on to day around the world! I felt this would inspire us all to look at ourselves to make sue we are on fire for the world to see Christ likeness in us!!!

Mario Murillo: An Era of Mass Soul Winning Has Begun

(Mariomurill.org)
Read Time: 4 Minutes, 27 Seconds

From the very first tent stake we drove into California soil, until now, there has only been one dream. And, after two years, that dream came true in Roseville. Roseville is the victory we have yearned for. It confirms that an era of mass soul winning has begun!
I have never needed you to rejoice with me more than right now. Give me your undivided attention. It is time to declare the towering significance of what God did in Roseville, California. This was our turning point.

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Can't Cancell Calling
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Friday, 25 November 2022

Can't Cancel Calling: Applause to Matt Chandler and The Village Church
8:00AM EST 11/22/2022 ELIZABETH FISHER GOOD
/var/folders/2y/2x97r72138x9yvn93xhjtgn80000gn/T/com.microsoft.Word/WebArchiveCopyPasteTempFiles/2019_misc_Video_Matt-Chandler-revival.jpgPastor Matt Chandler (Charisma News archives)<p
Read Time: 5 Minutes 11 Seconds
One bold woman saw the grey—though not an affair. She saw that her pastor and her friend were growing overly friendly.
Rather than staying "out of it," she had the hard conversation directly with her pastor, in love. The pivotal next step is that he humbled himself and not only heard her, but went to his elders to confess. They, in turn, put serious biblical guard rails in place, not as an act of shame or scandal, but out of bold, courageous love for their pastor and the entire church.
Now, the pastor is slowly resuming his responsibilities, corrected rather than cancelled.
Shades of grey are rarely entered into without a witness. Texting or meeting for coffee can seem harmless when in a "shepherding" role, but the slope to over familiarity is usually not in a vacuum. Sadly, blind spots due to our own lack of healing, thinking your leader has it covered or it's not yours to address are the norm.
However, speaking up directly and immediately must become our new normal. The most vital reason is that our leaders are under attack and it's time to rise up and protect them. The most loving and courageous act is to guard destiny and calling at all costs, with truth and love.
This is the exact protection and direction needed for the church to thrive. The Village Church handled it swiftly, beautifully and powerfully—the true biblical way. No covering up, no shaming the woman that brought it up or blaming only one party. But rather from a macro lens of true biblical protection with a goal of restoration.
Desensitization is growing, as the constant headlines of some of our most influential and inspirational church teachers are falling from their platforms. They are clearly called by God, anointed to do His work and yet somewhere along the way, the shades of grey became darker and darker.
Unhealed areas and secrets lead to greater and greater compromise, coupled with blind spots in their guards, allow the enemy a true open door, which has grown to epidemic footholds. The lack of accountability or oversight with the courage to give boundaries, combined with the "fame" of modern-day ministers, has created a platform that is too high and falls that are deafening.
Sadly, the media's focus and conjecture call for immediate cancellation, rather than seeing the truth, that the enemy one by one is picking off our greatest teachers and leaders. Rather than the blanket "off with their heads" reaction, we should instead be working to get to the root of why countless leaders are falling in the first place. Once those root issues are addressed, we can then restore them to who they were ordained to be—shepherds to lead, not snakes to be trampled upon.


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Can't Cancell Calling
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Friday, 25 November 2022

Can't Cancel Calling: Applause to Matt Chandler and The Village Church
8:00AM EST 11/22/2022 ELIZABETH FISHER GOOD
/var/folders/2y/2x97r72138x9yvn93xhjtgn80000gn/T/com.microsoft.Word/WebArchiveCopyPasteTempFiles/2019_misc_Video_Matt-Chandler-revival.jpgPastor Matt Chandler (Charisma News archives)<p
Read Time: 5 Minutes 11 Seconds
One bold woman saw the grey—though not an affair. She saw that her pastor and her friend were growing overly friendly.
Rather than staying "out of it," she had the hard conversation directly with her pastor, in love. The pivotal next step is that he humbled himself and not only heard her, but went to his elders to confess. They, in turn, put serious biblical guard rails in place, not as an act of shame or scandal, but out of bold, courageous love for their pastor and the entire church.
Now, the pastor is slowly resuming his responsibilities, corrected rather than cancelled.
Shades of grey are rarely entered into without a witness. Texting or meeting for coffee can seem harmless when in a "shepherding" role, but the slope to over familiarity is usually not in a vacuum. Sadly, blind spots due to our own lack of healing, thinking your leader has it covered or it's not yours to address are the norm.
However, speaking up directly and immediately must become our new normal. The most vital reason is that our leaders are under attack and it's time to rise up and protect them. The most loving and courageous act is to guard destiny and calling at all costs, with truth and love.
This is the exact protection and direction needed for the church to thrive. The Village Church handled it swiftly, beautifully and powerfully—the true biblical way. No covering up, no shaming the woman that brought it up or blaming only one party. But rather from a macro lens of true biblical protection with a goal of restoration.
Desensitization is growing, as the constant headlines of some of our most influential and inspirational church teachers are falling from their platforms. They are clearly called by God, anointed to do His work and yet somewhere along the way, the shades of grey became darker and darker.
Unhealed areas and secrets lead to greater and greater compromise, coupled with blind spots in their guards, allow the enemy a true open door, which has grown to epidemic footholds. The lack of accountability or oversight with the courage to give boundaries, combined with the "fame" of modern-day ministers, has created a platform that is too high and falls that are deafening.
Sadly, the media's focus and conjecture call for immediate cancellation, rather than seeing the truth, that the enemy one by one is picking off our greatest teachers and leaders. Rather than the blanket "off with their heads" reaction, we should instead be working to get to the root of why countless leaders are falling in the first place. Once those root issues are addressed, we can then restore them to who they were ordained to be—shepherds to lead, not snakes to be trampled upon.


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