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DR. ANDREA MACVICAR

Kind Invitations

Thank you for your many kind invitations to speak at conferences and in your churches from such wonderful countries as India, Nigeria, South Africa, Scotland, and others. Because of physical limitations, although my heart is always to preach the Gospel and minister by the Holy Spirit His Word, traveling for any length of time isn't possible for me at present. I have been in the body of Christ since 1946 and have been preaching and teaching since 1976. If you haven't already, please download my testimony, O, For a Thousand Tongues, and my recent addition, 1946. I would love to be with you all. My web site will be used as a vehicle to share my preaching notes, study commentaries, points of view on scriptures, and whatever I'm impressed to discuss in writing. I invite you to email questions and comment on what you are reading as well.  

Articles & Archives
NINETEEN FORTY SIX

In the dark night hours of Monday, August 18, 2014, suddenly I was awakened with "1946." The words rang in my mind like a trumpet call to arms. I asked the Holy Spirit, What does this mean? What am I to do with this number?

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FIVE MINUTES AFTER I DIE

Since 8/11/14, the print and visual media have been filled with the sad news of iconic comedian, actor, Robin Williams' suicide. I, too was saddened by the news and thought of others who have died in the public eye as well— for example, Marilyn Monroe. Losing a loved one in death is always painful, no matter the circumstances. But having the assurance of a heavenly destination can ease grief.

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FATHER and MOTHER MODELS
The Lord was working on His sixth day when an angel appeared and said, “You’re doing a lot of fiddling around on that one.”
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PROVERBS 31:10-31 WOMAN
Since childhood I've heard numerous sermons on what a woman, based on these scriptures, should be.  Of course, I discovered that in real life the ability to apply all of the virtues of these scriptures were non-existent in any one woman I met, and of course, in me as well.
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O' FOR A THOUSAND TONGUES

Dr. Andrea's personal testimony

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A TALE OF TWO FARMERS

A short story about the royal law.

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LIFT HIM UP

Encouragement and prayer to help you witness.

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EACH ONE REACH ONE

The Church in America

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Andrea's Books

Pieces of Stained Glass


Secret of the Laurel Crown

 
Tales of Zoftic

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Interview: Secret of the Laurel Crown
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MINISTRY HELPS

During my years in ministry I have had many opportunities to share the Gospel as well as the joy of participating in the events and special occasions in the lives of people. Certain events, such as baptism, dedication of children and homes, ordinations, marriage ceremonies, National Day of Prayer, and rededication of faithfulness between spouses, led me to write those services. In those times I found few if any resources to help me with those specific services. Therefore, I am offering, to those who would like to minister to others, the services I have written. (I am including a Christian Seder and Year End questions at the end as well as personal comments on ministry.) You may download whatever you might find helpful.

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TWO HEADS OR ONE?

One of the advantages of being a woman priest is that people tend not to mistake us for God, which they sometimes do with men. Penelope Jameison, Bishop of Dundin, New Zealand in the Chruch of England Newspaper; 11/20/92

At the creation there was no submission of the woman to the man enjoined - only the submission of both to their Maker, and to His divine order for the fulfilling of their destiny.  Jack Hayford, Pastor of Church on the Way, Van Nuys California
 
Everywhere I go, I’m invited; if men have invited me [to speak], I’m under the authority of that committee. But I don’t accept the fact that as a woman I can’t preach to or teach men. My authority is the authority of God’s Word. Anne Graham Lotz.
 
We have a world to win for Christ. The ship is sinking, and we [stand] on the shore arguing about who should go to the rescue, men or women. Kari Malcolm.
 
It was not a woman who sold the Lord for thirty pieces of silver. They were not women who forsook the Lord in the garden and fled. It was not a woman who denied Him three times in the high priest’s house. But there were women who wailed and lamented when Jesus was led forth to be crucified. They were women who stood to the last by the cross. And they were women who were first to visit the grave “where the Lord lay.” Bishop J.C. Ryle, Expository Thoughts on the Gospels.
 
Not she with traitorous lips her Saviour stung; Not she denied Him with unholy tongue; She, whilst Apostles shrunk, could danger brave; Last at the cross, the earliest at the grave. Catherine Booth, Female Ministry; Salvation Army 1859.
 
What God opens, no one can shut.  Dr. Andrea Macvicar
 
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