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We are a people spread across the world with a passion for helping others see Jesus as love, and to see themselves through God's eyes of love.

What We Do

Blue Flame Ministries provides demonstrative teaching on the truth, authority, and power of Christ, and prayer for individuals both in person, and over the internet. There are several schools and marriage ministries offered each year. We support our local communities with ministry for the homeless, and prayer over the land at the regional and national levels worldwide. Our story is found in two books, "Terraforming For the Kingdom," (also known as Terra4ming) and "Cessor Journeys,” and continues with each sequel published annually. This website has free audio, video, and documents to help you learn more.

When & Where?

On December 31, 2013 God fulfilled a vision that He gave us years ago of land with trees, grassland, and a river running through it. Most of our events are held at Arubbah (Hebrew for ‘floodgate’), a stretch of approximately 310 acres (125 hectares) in southern Tulsa County of the State of Oklahoma, USA.
Every Tuesday we hold a night of worship and prayer at Arrubah // We have prayer appointments every friday and saturday // In August we will hold our annual August Rush Reunion // More Events >


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An excerpt from Terraforming Gates: What Moves the Soul?

In Genesis 12:5 we happen upon Abram who was considered one of the first hosts as well as a first pilgrim.

“He took his wife Sarai, his nephew Lot, all the possessions (substance) they had gained and all the people (souls) they had gotten (gathered).”
The context of Genesis 12 is that Abram is being invited to move from Ur.  He is invited to be moved by God.  Ur was a pagan nation.  As an inhabitant, Abram grew up around idols and those who worshipped them.  Yet, somehow he discovered God there.  Experienced Him enough to be moved from empty practices to an eternal pursuit. This is the marvel of being moved. The Talmud (written oral tradition) teaches that at age 3, Abram began seeking the true God.  He wondered through creation and marveled at its beauty and harmony.  He couldn’t believe it was created by an angry god who demanded sacrifice to be appeased.  He could only believe the true God was one of the truest love. Abram  committed himself to God and was filled with Him.  He found such love he could no longer live in the pagan culture of Ur but had to move to a place where he was free to worship this God he loved without resistance. The Midrash (ancient commentary connected to the text) tells how Abram would invite people into his home to share a meal, show them love and draw them closer to God.  Conversion would come and he would show them how to live in God’s presence always.
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Cessor Journals | February 21, 2020