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Tim Cole

Tim Cole

Tim Cole, along with his wife Dawn, are Lead Pastors of Destiny Community Church in Lexington KY.  A revivalist, apostolic voice, speaker, author, and life coach, Tim is committed to fathering this generation into wholeness, maturity, and fruitfulness so they can bring heaven to earth.

Thursday, 19 January 2017

While watching a movie recently I was impressed by a short scene that offered some very good perspective on the qualifications for leadership. A senior officer gave a revealing assessment of someone under his command that was bright, talented, smart, courageous, and probably better than anyone else on the team.  The subordinate was anxious to step into the driver’s seat and to take the lead role, feeling they could do a better job of leading and offer a better chance at a successful mission.

The senior officer offered this important advice:  “Leadership isn’t ...

Thursday, 19 January 2017

In a world where the only obvious constant is the inevitability of change, thank God for things that remain consistently true.  Principles never change even when everything around us does.  Here are three principles for positioning yourself for your future:

General things come to those who Want

Having a desire for something is the first step toward having it.  People without a defined sense of desire for something usually wander around in life without accomplishing anything, simply accepting ...

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Americans live in the greatest country in the world.  As a believer in Christ - a Christian, and as one who has had the privilege of modest travels abroad, I wholeheartedly believe in the truth of that statement. Not because this nation is Christian; it is not.  While many of our founders were Christian, ours is a secular nation founded on freedom from oppressive government, specifically from the financial fleecing of its people in the form of irresponsible taxation, and from an elitist ruling class deciding for everyone which religious beliefs are legal and reasonable.  In my opinion, our current government is on the verge of both.   Some would argue that those of us who hold strong spiritual beliefs should not bring those beliefs into the public arena. They would argue that the separation of church and state provides a clear divide ...

Thursday, 31 March 2016

As I was preaching recently, I encountered some difficulty in accurately expressing the dual nature of Jesus as He took on humanity to redeem us back to our Father.  Some of my verbal deficiencies could be chalked up to having my hands in too many “pots” during the lead up for that particular Sunday morning service.  But I came away from that experience with a divine craving to be able to successfully communicate the dual nature of Jesus walked and the reason it is of important consequence for 

Monday, 18 January 2016

In the transition time from old year into New Year, from where we’ve been and where we are now going, I typically begin to seek the Lord for what He is doing so that I can know how to partner with His plan and purpose in my life and in the earth (1 Chronicles 12:32).  Over the years, I have learned to listen intently as He often speaks to me in layers, levels, and about multiple things that are on His agenda.  This year, the outcome of that exchange with God was unique.  He spoke a single, simple thing to me. He told me that He is going to ...

Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Today’s western culture loves a good scandal. Entire genres of television cash in on our appetite for scandal – including soap operas and most reality shows. Scandal even drives much our 24/7 news cycle and plays a role in shaping our perception of reality about the world at large and our own lives at home.

Scandal sells, in part because it captures our individual sense of guilty shame and projects it at a safe distance onto the lives of the real (or fake) folks on television or in the news stories. Few of us need someone to ... 

Wednesday, 02 September 2015

As one who has played multiple instruments and sang vocally over many years, I have had the privilege of participating in many levels of bands, orchestras and choirs. Those experiences have taught me a great deal about life, about interacting with others, and about how to have a voice even when you are just one among many.

Preparation and skill go hand in hand, and both play a significant role in how much ... 

Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Rest is a critical human need.  God designed our physical and emotional beings to enable us to accomplish great things, but they weren’t designed to work 24/7. They were designed to “work” like batteries that have a finite amount of energy and resource. After discharging that energy, batteries need to be recharged and replenished before the next challenge or task.

Our secular and church cultures often work against us getting enough rest ...

Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Not everything that occurs in our natural lives directly correlates to a deep spiritual truth about ourselves (that would deny the presence of other natural and spiritual parties vying for influence over us). I do believe, however, that God will often use specific vignettes from our natural lives as revelational tools for our understanding and growth.

I had one of those moments recently when I pulled my lawn mower out of the garage...

Friday, 03 April 2015

God has always been into transportation.  There's Enoch's heavenly walk, Noah's water ride, Elijah's chariot ride, and Jesus' donkey ride that will turn into a white horse ride for the ages.  Psalm 68:33 tells us that God even rides upon the heavens.  Who knew He was so into transportation?

God is also into providing for His family - you and I as His sons and daughters. He has planned for it and looks forward to it. Since His wealth is unsearchable and inexhaustible, He has never had ...

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