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A Call to Church Mission

Building a church is not an easy task to do. It requires so much patience, strength, prayerful life and above all faith for everything to happen. It may be challenging because you're going to a process where things are most difficult. This is why; it takes strong desire and willingness to build a church. It is important that you are equipped with doctrine and well versed for you to have an effective evangelism. Take heed from the advices from the man of God like Pastors, leaders and church planters. It doesn't to be a perfect start as long as you are walking in righteousness and with a good heart.

 

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Why It Makes Perfect Sense to Opt for Muzzle Brakes to Enhance Your Shooting Experience

Posted by Adelaide Urias on October 11, 2017
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Category: Planting Mission

Muzzle brakes work just fine as it diverts combusting gasses, harness the energy to reduce recoil, and works like it should by capturing and diverting most gasses that would normally flow backward.

The diversion you’ll experience, even on long barrels that measures at 5.56 is well over 5,000 PSI of pressure. The only problem is when you’re making use of handguard, the pressure is not all that favorable as it acts on handguards, and even broke some aluminum handguards that are not meant to cope with this amount of pressure.

What is more, your hand will fare far worse as the soft tissue may get damaged as a result. The way to work around this issue when making use of an AR handgun is to ensure all ports of your brake go past the handguard. Having said that, while this would eliminate the fracturing of the aluminum handguard, there is still the issue that it goes past the safe zone that is suited for human manipulation. In our opinion, it is not such a good idea to deploy a handguard that will in effect not safeguard your hand from the muzzle blast.

Newly Released Muzzle Brakes That Make a Difference in One’s Shooting Experience

Just recently, Crux Ordnance released their first muzzle brake that is branded as “CruxOrd Muzzle Brake.” It’s been said to be one of the most advanced brakes currently. Overall, these guys are known for producing a range of top quality firearm accessories, of which most of these are made in house. Some of the products they have include mag releases, guide rods, thread protectors, and muzzle brakes.

Apparently, their muzzle brakes feature a double helix baffle that redirects the gasses to counter muzzle climb and counter recoil. The full-length lanes intersect each one of the baffles to ensure proper gas volume control and sufficient cooling. Each brake is precision machined and finished by hand. They are made in black but are not suppressor adaptable.

In a similar way, the Triple-Port Muzzle Brake by MadHouse Design has the edge in that it stays on target and is engineered with performance in mind, which can be seen with its compact and sleek madhouse design. It offers a substantial performance improvement concerning fast and accurate shooting. What is more, their model laterally distributes any excess gasses through its three precision ports that result in minimal muzzle rise, blowback, and an effective recoil reduction. The solid bottom section of the muzzle brake ensures minimal dust signature during various shooting conditions. Then again, their ports do not face upward so the shooter may experience an uninterrupted view of their target even during muzzle flash.

MadHouse Design precision machined their brakes by making use of 303 stainless steel to ensure it can stand up against corrosion of any sort. Their brakes are made available in 5 finishes and five calibers to accommodate various rifle configurations.

Installing a Muzzle Brake

Installing muzzle brakes cannot be easier. The way to do it is to make use of an AR15 Combo Tool made by Wheeler Engineering so you can unscrew the flash hider if equipped with one, then thread the 300 win mag muzzle brake and tighten your brake by hand as far as you can take it.

To finish off, you need to make use of an adjustable wrench, so you may tighten the brake until it’s level enough. A huge plus with MadHouse Design brakes is the flat bottom surface as it makes it so much easier to tighten up. We suggest you make use of a cloth between the wrench and the brake to preserve the good condition of the brake.

The best thing about using a muzzle brake is the significant reduction in recoil you’ll experience with virtually no muzzle climb. What is more, shooters who do not have a proper bracing stance will love the significantly reduced bounce back of the rifle from having a brake installed. Another huge plus is the minimal blast one would feel when using a MadHouse Design brake as opposed to traditional muzzle brakes.

If you are a hunter, competitor, or recreational shooter who depends on successful follow-up shots, then you should seriously consider having your rifle fitted with a muzzle brake by MadHouse Design It may very well be one of the finest on the market nowadays.

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Be Prepared for Church Planting Mission

Posted by Adelaide Urias on September 26, 2017
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Category: Planting Mission

The passion of reaching many people through spreading the word of God is indeed a challenge for most Christians. It takes a lot of effort, patience, faith, and prayer for one person to receive the gift that the Heavenly Father has given to them through Jesus Christ. If this seed as a church planter has also been planted in your heart, this means that you have a call to mission. Taking part of church planting requires willingness, a good heart, and skill for you to be able to reach and penetrate within the city where you will do your mission.

Pastors do have a training ground of activities for those who are called to do the mission. Just like going to a battle, a soldier must be trained with strength and responsibility. Same goes with Pastors uplifting the servants in the kingdom of God to be equipped with the knowledge regarding bible verses and understanding how the spirit God works within you. Aside from training and be skilled, you do need to prepare yourself for this journey. Here is a guideline for you to start walking in faith and righteousness.

Carry your cross.
Being called for a mission to take a lot of willingness and a heart to serve God. If God has been stirring your heart with for work to be done, remember that to lay down your life would mean that you have to let go of the things that are holding you from serving the Lord. A test of faith is part of doing a task for the mission to be a success in faith.

A prayerful mindset, fasting, and meditation.
Of course, without prayer things wouldn’t be possible. Developing a prayerful life is not that easy. Coming into prayer also takes a heart of willingness and a right attitude for you to be able to hear God’s voice. Reading your bible is where God also speaks to you while you are meditating. Discipline is one thing that you should have, for example, setting a time for prayer at a certain hour and a commitment to do fasting makes you sensitive in discerning what’s right and wrong.

Be equipped with training.
Surely, your Pastor sets days of training on how you’re going to approach a community regarding church planting. Of course, you do not go to a place and just do whatever it is needed. Keep in mind that it takes so much effort to even talk to someone. In training, you will experience a breakthrough, get to know more of your relationship to God and others, and you will be taught on how to be an effective church planter.

Receive it with all your heart.
The desire to make a big impact towards other people’s lives is not your profit to gain praise but to the One who has set and stirred your heart to do His work for His people to acknowledge and love Him. It is important that you have a big heart to serve God not just because you want to but with all of your heart, mind, body, and soul through prayer and fasting.

If you are called to do the works of the Lord Jesus Christ, dear brother and sister keep in mind that your work will not be in vain (1 Corinthians 15:58) and the Lord, sees your hard work and blesses the lives of those who serve Him. As you are preparing yourself, do not forget the people who have also given you the time and knowledge. May you have a glorious walk in faith in planting churches.