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Pastor Dean has a passion to see this generation experience a transforming spiritual renewal. He preaches and teach the uncompromised Word of God, calling the church back from the smoke and light shows, delusion, and tolerance message to the established Word of God.It is with this deep commitment that he addresses issues facing the 21st Century disciple of Jesus Christ. Speaking to a post-Christian, post-modern American culture, he teaches that the Holy Bible is infallible and inerrant and holds the true answers for life. Passionately, he calls for the church in the USA to return to the Lord Jesus Christ of the Holy Scriptures and to preach the true Gospel.

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Walk In Holy Spirit Power

Sometimes we allow the stuff of life distract us, and down the road we remember the commitments we once made, and it feels like the great things that led to that commitment have faded. We have to stick to the commitments we made. We need "stick-to-it-evness". We need to commitment that in this hedonistic, post-modern culture, we're going to live a life of holiness and purity. If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider leaving us a review. This helps the Foundational podcast reach more listeners. Be sure to tell a friend about the Foundational blog and podcast. More about Pastor Dean Subscribe to receive my blog posts and podcasts Here is where you can find me online My Books Discovering True Identity Agape Charis Made By Design My Bible Studies Discovering Jesus The Joy of Becoming Like Jesus Becoming Ambassadors for Christ Father's Promise Join the Leadership Development Institute Join me at 10 AM PST every Sunday morning at my online Worship service About Dean Dr. F. Dean Hacketthas served in full-time Christian ministry since October 1971. He has ministered throughout the United States, Canada and Europe, serving as pastor, conference speaker and mentor. He has planted four churches, assisted in planting 15 others and currently serves as lead pastor ofLiving Faith Churchin Hermiston, Oregon.Dr. Hackett founded Spirit Life Ministries International in 2001 to facilitate ministries in Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina and to open a training center for workers in those nations.

32 min3 d ago
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Walk In Holy Spirit Power

Don't Let The Enemy Steal Your Blessing

God wants you to live in the fullness of His blessing. But there is an enemy that comes to steal, kill, and destroy that we must deal with. If, as in Colossians says, we are complete in Him, not barely getting by. In today's podcast I talk about a famous parable of Jesus that teaches us about how to live in God's full blessing, and how to not get robbed by the enemy of our souls. If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider leaving us a review. This helps the Foundational podcast reach more listeners. Be sure to tell a friend about the Foundational blog and podcast. More about Pastor Dean Subscribe to receive my blog posts and podcasts Here is where you can find me online My Books Discovering True Identity Agape Charis Made By Design My Bible Studies Discovering Jesus The Joy of Becoming Like Jesus Becoming Ambassadors for Christ Father's Promise Join the Leadership Development Institute Join me at 10 AM PST every Sunday morning at my online Worship service About Dean Dr. F. Dean Ha...

35 min1 w ago
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Don't Let The Enemy Steal Your Blessing

How Well Does Your Life Reflect God's Presence?

I was introduced to the gospel of Jesus Christ while in high school. My life was radically changed, July 3, 1964, during a family camp in Sanders, Idaho. After coming home from that camp I would occasionally visit the home of some new friends made at the camp. Jim became a very good friend. His dad was a pastor on the north side of Spokane, Washington. Dale and his wife were the youth leaders at the church in Spokane Valley where I was attending regularly. He worked for Armor Meats in Spokane. Going to the home of these two friends was an amazing experience for me. Walking into their house was like walking into a sanctuary. There was an atmosphere very different from anything I had known. The light in the house was brighter. I heard George Beverly Shea for the first time at Jim’s house. His mom loved the music of this man who sang for Billy Graham. I heard intercessory pray for the first time while visiting Dale’s home. It was more than the music or hearing someone praying, it was...

15 min2 w ago
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How Well Does Your Life Reflect God's Presence?

What is the Biblical Basis for Racial Reconciliation?

March 1620, a Native American named Samoset came into the Plymouth colony. He told them about another Native American named Squanto. These two men became significant in the life of the Plymouth colony. They introduced the leaders of the colony to the leader of the Indians in that area, Massasoit. William Bradford, leader of the Pilgrims, described the event in this way in his journal entitled The Plymouth Settlement. After some time of entertainment, being dismissed with gifts, in a little while he returned with five more, and they brought back all the tools that had been stolen, and made way for the coming their great Sachem, called Massasoyt, who about four or five days after, came with the chief of his friends and other attendanctgs and with Squanto. With him, after friendly entertainment and some gifts, they made peace which has now continue for twenty-four years: William Bradford, Bradford’s History of the Plymouth Settlement, 1608-1650 Original Manuscript Entitled Of Plymouth...

64 min3 w ago
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What is the Biblical Basis for Racial Reconciliation?

95 Reasons to Celebrate Halloween

Halloween has been controversial for decades and it's roots entirely in paganism. So the question is, "Should we be celebrating Halloween?" Many in the church today say you shouldn't celebrate Christmas, because of the verses in the Old Testament about sacrificing to idols "under every green tree". 95 Reasons to Celebrate Halloween This has nothing to do with ghosts and goblins and ghouls. Halloween has its roots back in the 3rd century A.D., in Ireland the New Year started on November 1 and the spiritualists believed that October 31 was the night when all of the spirits would roam around. The Roman Catholic Church picked it up and changed November 1 to All Saints' Day. The pagans would build bonfires to keep the spirits away. But, while Satan has the dark side of Halloween to propagate darkness and paganism, there is another side to Halloween that we need to look at. Fast forward from the 3rd century A.D. to 16th century A.D. Martin Luther was a Catholic monk and a preacher of the ...

40 minSEP 30
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95 Reasons to Celebrate Halloween

Father's Promise

The Father's promise to the disciples as he ascended into heaven was that very soon they'd be baptized with the Holy Spirit. Who is the Holy Spirit? What is His role in our lives today? Is the baptism of the Holy Spirit still valid today? If so, how does one go about being baptized with the Holy Spirit? Is the gift of tongues for today? How should a believer baptized in the Holy Spirit edify the body of Christ? These are all very important questions that should be asked by every believer who seeks to possess everything that God has for Him. While there are those would want to tell you that the gifts of the Holy Spirit died out with the Apostles, Scripture clearly shows us that this isn't the case. And Scripture clearly tells us that the Holy Spirit works and operates in the lives of believers today. This is why I wrote Father's Promise, a Bible study on the Holy Spirit. Father's Promise is a comprehensive study that takes you through both the Old and New Testaments to provide you a ...

32 minSEP 23
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Father's Promise

4 Breakpoint Moments for Pentecostal Churches Today

The Pentecostal movement is at a breakpoint moment. She has never faced such a challenge in the one hundred and thirteen years of her history. It is the making of a perfect storm spiritually, with cultural pressure from without and ecclesiastical pressure from within. This hedonistic, pluralistic cultural of relativism is no longer demanding the church to be tolerant and sensitive to the new norms, but to embrace them or be labeled as intolerant, homophobic, Islamophobic, and extremist. The Equality Act of 2019 that has passed the U.S. Congress and is now in the Senate increases that pressure exponentially. At the same time this cultural pressure is reaching unimaginable proportions the Pentecostal movement has a new generation of spiritual leaders that have never experienced authentic revival and spiritual awakening, but have been educated from kindergarten through university in a post-modern system. Their entire education and training have been within a system that has rewritten h...

53 minSEP 16
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4 Breakpoint Moments for Pentecostal Churches Today

God Wants a Woke Church

What our culture needs right now is men and women of God who are going to make up the kind of woke church that God talked about in Isaiah 51:9. Are you bold enough and strong enough to take on this challenge? In today's podcast I talk about what a biblically woke Christian and church looks like. If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider leaving us a review. This helps the Foundational podcast reach more listeners. Be sure to tell a friend about the Foundational blog and podcast. More about Pastor Dean Subscribe to receive my blog posts and podcasts Here is where you can find me online My Books Discovering True Identity Agape Charis Made By Design My Bible Studies Discovering Jesus The Joy of Becoming Like Jesus Becoming Ambassadors for Christ Father's Promise Join the Leadership Development Institute Join me at 10 AM PST every Sunday morning at my online Worship service About Dean Dr. F. Dean Hacketthas served in full-time Christian ministry since October 1971. He has ministered ...

51 minSEP 9
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God Wants a Woke Church

Why the Church Needs God's Immanence and His Imminence

The significance of immanence and imminence to the child of God is not just a play on words. The revelation of God and His redemptive work is carried in the meaning of these two wordsimmanence and imminence, and their companion eminence. I am appalled and grieved by the level of distortion of God’s nature and character and the resulting syncretism that has crept into Christian theology. Pantheism, Spiritism and Gnosticism have found their way into much of the preaching and teaching in Evangelical and Pentecostal circles. I was saddened recently at a Christian event when they played a song about the “circle of life;” a doctrine that comes directly out of the Buddhist religion. What is the meaning of imminence, immanence and eminence and their significant importance to your faith? Immanence is the declaration of God’s omniscience and omnipresence. He is the creator and sustainer of all that exists. “He [Jesus Christ] is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creat...

29 minSEP 2
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Why the Church Needs God's Immanence and His Imminence

This is the First Step to a Life-Changing Journey

God is inviting you to join with Him on a journey. It is a journey you probably have never taken. Because of that, there will be times it seems strange – and you may even have thoughts like, “I don’t want to do this.” But, this is how God described the outcome of the journey to His prophet Isaiah. “For ye shall go out with joy and be led forth with peace: The mountains and the hills shall break forth before you into singing, and all the trees of the field shall clap their hands. Instead of the thorn shall come up the fir tree, and instead of the brier shall come up the myrtle tree: And it shall be to the Lord for a name, for an everlasting sign that shall not be cut off” (Isaiah 55:12-13). Almighty God is saying your daily life will be filled with joy and you will live daily with a peaceful mind and emotions, regardless of the circumstances surrounding you. Instead of your days being filled with regret, drama, condemnation, anxiety, fear or worry there will be singing and clap...

35 minAUG 26
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This is the First Step to a Life-Changing Journey

Latest Episodes

Walk In Holy Spirit Power

Sometimes we allow the stuff of life distract us, and down the road we remember the commitments we once made, and it feels like the great things that led to that commitment have faded. We have to stick to the commitments we made. We need "stick-to-it-evness". We need to commitment that in this hedonistic, post-modern culture, we're going to live a life of holiness and purity. If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider leaving us a review. This helps the Foundational podcast reach more listeners. Be sure to tell a friend about the Foundational blog and podcast. More about Pastor Dean Subscribe to receive my blog posts and podcasts Here is where you can find me online My Books Discovering True Identity Agape Charis Made By Design My Bible Studies Discovering Jesus The Joy of Becoming Like Jesus Becoming Ambassadors for Christ Father's Promise Join the Leadership Development Institute Join me at 10 AM PST every Sunday morning at my online Worship service About Dean Dr. F. Dean Hacketthas served in full-time Christian ministry since October 1971. He has ministered throughout the United States, Canada and Europe, serving as pastor, conference speaker and mentor. He has planted four churches, assisted in planting 15 others and currently serves as lead pastor ofLiving Faith Churchin Hermiston, Oregon.Dr. Hackett founded Spirit Life Ministries International in 2001 to facilitate ministries in Croatia and Bosnia Herzegovina and to open a training center for workers in those nations.

32 min3 d ago
Comments
Walk In Holy Spirit Power

Don't Let The Enemy Steal Your Blessing

God wants you to live in the fullness of His blessing. But there is an enemy that comes to steal, kill, and destroy that we must deal with. If, as in Colossians says, we are complete in Him, not barely getting by. In today's podcast I talk about a famous parable of Jesus that teaches us about how to live in God's full blessing, and how to not get robbed by the enemy of our souls. If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider leaving us a review. This helps the Foundational podcast reach more listeners. Be sure to tell a friend about the Foundational blog and podcast. More about Pastor Dean Subscribe to receive my blog posts and podcasts Here is where you can find me online My Books Discovering True Identity Agape Charis Made By Design My Bible Studies Discovering Jesus The Joy of Becoming Like Jesus Becoming Ambassadors for Christ Father's Promise Join the Leadership Development Institute Join me at 10 AM PST every Sunday morning at my online Worship service About Dean Dr. F. Dean Ha...

35 min1 w ago
Comments
Don't Let The Enemy Steal Your Blessing

How Well Does Your Life Reflect God's Presence?

I was introduced to the gospel of Jesus Christ while in high school. My life was radically changed, July 3, 1964, during a family camp in Sanders, Idaho. After coming home from that camp I would occasionally visit the home of some new friends made at the camp. Jim became a very good friend. His dad was a pastor on the north side of Spokane, Washington. Dale and his wife were the youth leaders at the church in Spokane Valley where I was attending regularly. He worked for Armor Meats in Spokane. Going to the home of these two friends was an amazing experience for me. Walking into their house was like walking into a sanctuary. There was an atmosphere very different from anything I had known. The light in the house was brighter. I heard George Beverly Shea for the first time at Jim’s house. His mom loved the music of this man who sang for Billy Graham. I heard intercessory pray for the first time while visiting Dale’s home. It was more than the music or hearing someone praying, it was...

15 min2 w ago
Comments
How Well Does Your Life Reflect God's Presence?

What is the Biblical Basis for Racial Reconciliation?

March 1620, a Native American named Samoset came into the Plymouth colony. He told them about another Native American named Squanto. These two men became significant in the life of the Plymouth colony. They introduced the leaders of the colony to the leader of the Indians in that area, Massasoit. William Bradford, leader of the Pilgrims, described the event in this way in his journal entitled The Plymouth Settlement. After some time of entertainment, being dismissed with gifts, in a little while he returned with five more, and they brought back all the tools that had been stolen, and made way for the coming their great Sachem, called Massasoyt, who about four or five days after, came with the chief of his friends and other attendanctgs and with Squanto. With him, after friendly entertainment and some gifts, they made peace which has now continue for twenty-four years: William Bradford, Bradford’s History of the Plymouth Settlement, 1608-1650 Original Manuscript Entitled Of Plymouth...

64 min3 w ago
Comments
What is the Biblical Basis for Racial Reconciliation?

95 Reasons to Celebrate Halloween

Halloween has been controversial for decades and it's roots entirely in paganism. So the question is, "Should we be celebrating Halloween?" Many in the church today say you shouldn't celebrate Christmas, because of the verses in the Old Testament about sacrificing to idols "under every green tree". 95 Reasons to Celebrate Halloween This has nothing to do with ghosts and goblins and ghouls. Halloween has its roots back in the 3rd century A.D., in Ireland the New Year started on November 1 and the spiritualists believed that October 31 was the night when all of the spirits would roam around. The Roman Catholic Church picked it up and changed November 1 to All Saints' Day. The pagans would build bonfires to keep the spirits away. But, while Satan has the dark side of Halloween to propagate darkness and paganism, there is another side to Halloween that we need to look at. Fast forward from the 3rd century A.D. to 16th century A.D. Martin Luther was a Catholic monk and a preacher of the ...

40 minSEP 30
Comments
95 Reasons to Celebrate Halloween

Father's Promise

The Father's promise to the disciples as he ascended into heaven was that very soon they'd be baptized with the Holy Spirit. Who is the Holy Spirit? What is His role in our lives today? Is the baptism of the Holy Spirit still valid today? If so, how does one go about being baptized with the Holy Spirit? Is the gift of tongues for today? How should a believer baptized in the Holy Spirit edify the body of Christ? These are all very important questions that should be asked by every believer who seeks to possess everything that God has for Him. While there are those would want to tell you that the gifts of the Holy Spirit died out with the Apostles, Scripture clearly shows us that this isn't the case. And Scripture clearly tells us that the Holy Spirit works and operates in the lives of believers today. This is why I wrote Father's Promise, a Bible study on the Holy Spirit. Father's Promise is a comprehensive study that takes you through both the Old and New Testaments to provide you a ...

32 minSEP 23
Comments
Father's Promise

4 Breakpoint Moments for Pentecostal Churches Today

The Pentecostal movement is at a breakpoint moment. She has never faced such a challenge in the one hundred and thirteen years of her history. It is the making of a perfect storm spiritually, with cultural pressure from without and ecclesiastical pressure from within. This hedonistic, pluralistic cultural of relativism is no longer demanding the church to be tolerant and sensitive to the new norms, but to embrace them or be labeled as intolerant, homophobic, Islamophobic, and extremist. The Equality Act of 2019 that has passed the U.S. Congress and is now in the Senate increases that pressure exponentially. At the same time this cultural pressure is reaching unimaginable proportions the Pentecostal movement has a new generation of spiritual leaders that have never experienced authentic revival and spiritual awakening, but have been educated from kindergarten through university in a post-modern system. Their entire education and training have been within a system that has rewritten h...

53 minSEP 16
Comments
4 Breakpoint Moments for Pentecostal Churches Today

God Wants a Woke Church

What our culture needs right now is men and women of God who are going to make up the kind of woke church that God talked about in Isaiah 51:9. Are you bold enough and strong enough to take on this challenge? In today's podcast I talk about what a biblically woke Christian and church looks like. If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider leaving us a review. This helps the Foundational podcast reach more listeners. Be sure to tell a friend about the Foundational blog and podcast. More about Pastor Dean Subscribe to receive my blog posts and podcasts Here is where you can find me online My Books Discovering True Identity Agape Charis Made By Design My Bible Studies Discovering Jesus The Joy of Becoming Like Jesus Becoming Ambassadors for Christ Father's Promise Join the Leadership Development Institute Join me at 10 AM PST every Sunday morning at my online Worship service About Dean Dr. F. Dean Hacketthas served in full-time Christian ministry since October 1971. He has ministered ...

51 minSEP 9
Comments
God Wants a Woke Church

Why the Church Needs God's Immanence and His Imminence

The significance of immanence and imminence to the child of God is not just a play on words. The revelation of God and His redemptive work is carried in the meaning of these two wordsimmanence and imminence, and their companion eminence. I am appalled and grieved by the level of distortion of God’s nature and character and the resulting syncretism that has crept into Christian theology. Pantheism, Spiritism and Gnosticism have found their way into much of the preaching and teaching in Evangelical and Pentecostal circles. I was saddened recently at a Christian event when they played a song about the “circle of life;” a doctrine that comes directly out of the Buddhist religion. What is the meaning of imminence, immanence and eminence and their significant importance to your faith? Immanence is the declaration of God’s omniscience and omnipresence. He is the creator and sustainer of all that exists. “He [Jesus Christ] is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creat...

29 minSEP 2
Comments
Why the Church Needs God's Immanence and His Imminence

This is the First Step to a Life-Changing Journey

God is inviting you to join with Him on a journey. It is a journey you probably have never taken. Because of that, there will be times it seems strange – and you may even have thoughts like, “I don’t want to do this.” But, this is how God described the outcome of the journey to His prophet Isaiah. “For ye shall go out with joy and be led forth with peace: The mountains and the hills shall break forth before you into singing, and all the trees of the field shall clap their hands. Instead of the thorn shall come up the fir tree, and instead of the brier shall come up the myrtle tree: And it shall be to the Lord for a name, for an everlasting sign that shall not be cut off” (Isaiah 55:12-13). Almighty God is saying your daily life will be filled with joy and you will live daily with a peaceful mind and emotions, regardless of the circumstances surrounding you. Instead of your days being filled with regret, drama, condemnation, anxiety, fear or worry there will be singing and clap...

35 minAUG 26
Comments
This is the First Step to a Life-Changing Journey
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