By Dick Scoggins
Two Types of Apostles
Apostles tend to be the “movers and shakers” who bring passion and fervor to the spiritual atmosphere. There are two types of apostles: those who are like Paul, and those like Peter (whom I call Pauline and Petrine apostles, respectively).
Galatians 2:8-10 describes these distinct identities, when Peter recognizes Paul’s apostolic calling to the Gentiles, and Paul recognizes Peter’s apostolic calling to the Jews. These verses reveal that Pauline apostles are called to the unreached, and Petrine apostles are called to minister to the sphere where there is an exiting expression of church. Continue reading “Apostles: A New Generation of Movers and Shakers (Part 2)”