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Martin Schmaltz
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  • Hazelwood, MO
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Martin’s passion is to see Jesus manifested in the lives of each believer as they live a lifestyle of Kingdom authority.

His focus of ministry is challenging the traditional paradigm of church, enlightening the body of believers to the potential that lies within them. Much of his time is spent writing and ministering the principles of spiritual (apostolic) authority and re-alignment of the New Testament church structure.

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Blessed: The Fruit Of Character

The Attractional Lifestyle Of The Kingdom 5

A foundational truth of the Kingdom lifestyle: it is to be a blessed life. Jesus reveals to us that this lifestyle answers the longing of the heart of man: to be blessed, happy and content. In the first nine verses of the Sermon On The Mount, The Beatitudes, Jesus presents a spiritual mindset that is counter to that of natural mankind and the world. The blessed lifestyle of the Kingdom is a product of His nature or character…

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Posted on December 6, 2012 at 12:01pm

Finding Happiness

The Attractional Lifestyle Of The Kingdom  #4

 

In the last Kingdom Note, we defined what makes up a unique culture. We also demonstrated that the culture of the Kingdom was based on a changed mentality, mastery and morality.

 

SERMON ON THE MOUNT

Lets begin to look at the spiritual beliefs that result in the values and actions of the Kingdom culture.

 

The intro to the sermon on…

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Posted on December 6, 2012 at 11:56am

Discovering The Kingdom Culture

 The Attractional Lifestyle Of The Kingdom 3

In the previous note we demonstrated that the Kingdom is God's plan. Beginning with Adam, through Israel, Jesus and now the church: He is revealing his domain or rule. As citizens of His kingdom, we are to live a lifestyle that is attractive to those around us.

 

Jesus first message was to "Repent for the Kingdom of heaven was at hand" (Mt 4:17). The word repent is an interesting one. For many in Christendom,…

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Posted on July 3, 2012 at 5:33pm

What's God's Plan?

 The Attractional Lifestyle Of The Kingdom 2 - The Kingdom Is His Plan!

 

“The doctrine of the Kingdom of Heaven, which was the main teaching of Jesus, is certainly one of the most revolutionary doctrines that ever stirred and changed human thought.”~  H G Wells

 

The Kingdom has a particular lifestyle, one that does not necessarily match modern North American Christendom. It is a lifestyle that is…

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Posted on July 3, 2012 at 5:29pm

Are You Attractive?

The Attractional Lifestyle Of The Kingdom 1

If you are involved in church/ministry leadership, I am sure you are aware of the reported condition of North American Christendom and the traditional church structure. While there may be a couple of organizations that claim growth, as a whole, Christendom or the traditional organized church is on a steady decline. In fact, there are those who are labeling our culture now as post-christian. Whatever you may think, I believe…

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Posted on July 3, 2012 at 5:26pm

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At 8:35am on February 26, 2011, Jesus M. Ruiz said…

Hello Bo. Schmaltz,

 

Sorry I haven't replied sooner.

 

Yes I actually lived outside of ATL in a small city called Loganville. I am an elder with Alpha Omega in Watkinsville, GA with Elder John Leyva and Bishop Clarence B Harris.

 

The ministry aim is manifold, but at least within our fellowship the thrust is to feed and nurture the saints to maturity. This is neither easy, nor quick, but there is a constant instruction of the Word, opportunity for practice, and opportunity for the gifts deposited in them to be applied within the body. Balance is also an important issue between the natural and the spiritual. There is a heavy anointing for teaching and in depth study of the Word and how it applies to many current issues we face in the world in regards to the rise of othe doctrines in the church and many religious outside (Islam, JW, etc).

 

I just logged in here after a long while. I do get Bro. Huston's updates about the annual meetings, but have never attended one. I met Bro. Huston and visited one of his home groups with another leader many years ago, maybe 10 and have just kept in touch with the website.

 

Grace, blessings, and much peace as you continue in the endeavors of the Kingdom.

 

Jesus M. Ruiz - j, Elder

At 1:33pm on October 20, 2009, Steve Sanders said…
Hello Bro. Marty, It was a pleasure meeting you at the GCC. I'm disappointed that we can't have you join us for a visit anytime soon, but I'm not discouraged because I know the Chief Shepherd has a way of working things out that he's purposed. Until that time, I will continue to keep in connection with you through the network. May God Bless Your Ministry to His Body. Steve
At 9:32pm on October 19, 2009, Mike Hensley said…
Greetings Bro. Marty, thank you for the rich teaching last weekend. It was definitely a faith-building, no, faith-catapulting Men's Advance! Be blessed as you go, and we hope to see you soon.
At 10:04am on October 19, 2009, Alex Thornhill said…
It was good to meet you also brother. May the LORD bless you in your travels!
At 10:26pm on October 18, 2009, Donnie Gillum said…
Awesome teaching, Brother! Don't quit now...you're about to get the hang of it! LOL!
At 8:42am on October 12, 2009, Brian & Michelle Schrift said…
We are very much looking forward to seeing you in a few days!

Lord Bless,
Brian
At 7:36am on March 31, 2009, Pst Bonface Barasa said…
Thank you man of God Martin Schmaltz .Iam happy for the connection and I believe it is divine connection.I know God has apurpose for our friendship .Here in Kenya we are serving the Lord and we look forward to meeting each other and serve the people of God.You are in my heart and Iam praying for you.
Pst Bonface Barasa Kenya- Africa[Western]
 
 
 

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