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In recent years there has been a dramatic increase in the number of believers who find themselves outside of the traditional church world as God draws them into distinct callings which are at times incompatible with the conventional congregational paradigm for church activity and authority. The Restoration Group has stepped into this gap, this RIFT, to serve as resource for discipleship, fellowship, and training for believers worldwide.

As the primary internet outreach of The Restoration Group, it serves as a place of learning, refuge, equipping, and apostolic covering for those among God’s chosen generation of leaders who find themselves outside of the traditional church, or who have not been able to find appropriate mentorship in their geographical region. Our aim is not to be church minded, but rather to be kingdom minded in all that we do.
Whether you are outside of the institutional church, or happily a part of it, The RIFT will be a blessing to your pursuit of God’s purpose for your life.

So many people now say that the prophet and the seer are two different things, but what does the Bible have to say about this? 1 Samuel 9 seems t settle this issue once and for all. Let’s talk!...
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  I hear so many people use the term ‘legalism’ pretty loosely, and usually it’s when they’re talking about something they don’t like in the Bible. Let’s discuss what it really is....
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Judges 1 tells us alot about God’s relationship with His people and the pursuit of His calling for your life....
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Grace isn’t just forgiveness and forbearance, it is the divine influence which is intended to bring the Lordship of God into our life. You don’t have to live in defeat, because Christ provided not only forgiveness, but the power to...
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For so long, many of us in the church have been taught that we have a dual nature, and that we just can’t stop sinning. Usually, Romans 7 is cited as the ‘proof’ of this, when, in fact, Romans 7...
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In this age of prophelying and guessifying charlatans, there are some who really want to be a mouthpiece of the True and Living God. This message is for them.  ...
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;nbsp Many of us have been taught to believe that God’s favor is something to be earned, and this is a grave error that damages our relationship with God. While there are things which we may do which will result...
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Just as God rested from His works on the sabbath, we have been given rest from the works of sin, self-will, and all of the damage and drama life has thrown at us. It’s time to really lay it all...
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As Paul wraps up his letter to the Corinthians, he leaves some instructions through which God tells us a great deal about how we are to lead, give, and relate to one another....
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;nbsp It recently came to light that Brian Carn’s ‘prophecies’ for 2015 were plagiarized from a psychic who posted the same predictions 11 months before he did. Rather than repent, Brian has refused to admit to any wrongdoing. Let’s discuss...
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Sex was never meant for men and women: it was made for husbands and wives. In this chapter of 1 Corinthians, Paul addresses marriage and sexuality in the light of practical sanctification. Let’s talk about what god has to say...
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In this video we continue our discipleship series on 1 Corinthians in chapter 2, where Paul sets forth the basis of the faith, and, consequently of sanctification: the power of God. Join Sam Medina for a simple, but powerful Bible...
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It often happens that we begin with right motives, or we’re right about something, but then our pursuit of what’s right gets sidetracked by anger, pride, presumption and so many other things. In This chapter of Judges we can see...
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Recently TD Jakes, in an interview with Huffington Post, said that his position on the LGBT movement and its place in the church ‘has evolved, and is evolving.’ He went on to say that the church needs to shift toward...
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Sometimes we get so wrapped up in a victory that we forget to move on to the responsibilities implied by it. What can we learn from the aftermath of Gideon’s victory that can be applied to today’s church? Let’s see...
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This is the recording of our LIVE discipleship training which occurs every Thursday. As part of our series on the Book of Judges, we take a close look at Judges Chapter 3 to gain an understanding of the reasons why...
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Leonard Ravenhill once said that the man who comes to God just looking for forgiveness is trifling with God. In today’s church, we’re often taught a grace that reduces God to little more than a genie, and His grace to...
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A lot of people now teach that you can prophesy whenever you feel like it, but what does the Bible say about prophesying? What does 1 Cor. 14:31 really mean? Ít says, “For you can all prophesy one by one,...
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“Because no prophecy ever came by the will of man; instead, men spoke from God as they were moved by the Holy Spirit.” (2 Peter 1:21) I’ve observed over the years an insidious trend in prophetic ministry whereby many prophets...
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I know a lot of preachers today will use the word ‘religious’ like it’s a cussword, but what Jesus had to say about being religious may surprise you....
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