Turn the key to prayer without ceasing. Connect with the constant presence of God.
In the Book of Revelation, our Lord identifies Himself as the Alpha and the Omega. In the midst of those declarations He unlocks life-giving precepts and crucial connections necessary for every Christian, beginner or long-timer. They spell out a paradigm of simple and essential connections that must be made and maintained throughout our Christian walk. Love your local church and pastor; Come together with the right people in ministry; Talk with God; Get into the Bible. If we are connected like we should be, our successful Christian walk becomes brisk and lively, full of abundant life in the work of the ministry.
- Do you have ears to hear what the Spirit is saying to you? Do you have the right connections? Discover the connections that make you solid material, useful to the Master through every step of your life.
- Practice the presence of God. Where is He? Where are you? Grasp the intimate reality of God's location. If you can, your connection with your Lord will grow stronger, closer, and vital.
- Let Jesus be your Alpha and Omega, your first and your last, your beginning and your end, in every aspect, event, and circumstance of your life and ministry. Get used to saying, "Hello, Jesus," many times throughout the day.
Pure precepts, vital connections, straight-forward catechisms, the elements of the Alpha Omega Paradigm will invigorate your Christian walk. Do you have the courage it will take to embrace it?
"Reed Tibbetts is one of the most preeminent theologians I have ever met. He brings his steeped knowledge of the Bible, and uses his God-given anointing, to write books that encourage and challenge all believers to grow in their relationship with God. Reed has a great ability to reach all generations in his writings and teachings. He is truly a man of God." --Gabriel Kvalvik, faithful member of the "I Serve" team at VLife Church, McKinney, Texas
Reed Tibbetts has served for over twenty-three years as an ordained pastor and teacher, and is currently serving as one of the elders of VLife Church in McKinney, Texas, where he ministers as a prophet and teacher. An honored and decorated disabled veteran of the Vietnam War, Reed is a graduate of Northwest University of the Assemblies of God. Over the many years he has pursued the goal of handling accurately the word of truth, and has developed a reputation as a guardian of apostolic doctrine (the teachings of the apostles). Through the years Reed has written and printed many teaching notebooks in the churches he has served, but only recently has he turned to the writing and publishing of books for the greater body of Christ. Reed lives in Princeton, Texas with his wife of forty-six years. They have three adult children and four grandchildren, all of whom are faithfully serving the Lord in their respective local churches.