Discover the fundamental reality about freedom: It’s a gift! Does it seem like freedom in your Christian walk is only achieved through great sacrifice and hard work? And once you’ve sacrificed and labored long and hard enough, only then can you ultimately be rewarded with freedom—freedom from sin or from bondage such as drugs, alcohol, or pornography? Get established in the New Testament reality that, in Christ, you were born free.
Let Freedom Reign – Arthur Meintjes (Correspondence-USB)
Arthur Meintjes, Adjunct Instructor – Charis Bible College Colorado
Arthur has traveled the world teaching the Good News (Gospel of Peace) and faith righteousness, a message of God’s unconditional love and mercy to build, repair, and restore mankind. The emphasis of the message is to show people that God is kind, good, and loving. The Gospel is the power of God unto salvation, or wholeness, in every area of life. This good news does not point out what is wrong with you; it is about what is right with you because of the finished work of the cross of Jesus Christ, in spite of what is wrong with you. Grace doesn’t give permission to sin; it empowers one to live a godly life. Arthur and his wife, Cathy, established Kingdom Life Ministries in 1992. They reside in Colorado, U.S.A.
Courses Taught by Arthur Meintjes:
- Heart (Essence) of the Gospel
- Essential Truths of the New Testament
- Let Freedom Reign
“Man, this teaching has set me free from fear and thinking I can do something to please God. I didn’t even realize how religious and works-focused I was. Just realizing how much God loves me, whew! Jesus! Awesome.”
“This course was a strong revelation for me. It really opened my eyes to what it means to be free in Christ. Throughout this course I have been sharing these teachings with my friends and family, and it has really helped me grow closer to the Lord!”
“I love Arthur Meintjes’ teachings so much that I have taken his courses every chance I get. His revelation of grace-righteousness had helped me understand the depths of God’s love for me and has empowered me to take responsibility and receive what is already mine in Him.”