About

TERRY BENNETT’S BIO

For more than 30 years, Terry and his wife Donna have served in full-time ministry. They have pioneered and pastored a number of churches during this time, as well as participating in Shiloh, an international prophetic ministry based in Kansas City, MO. Terry has a B.A. in Biblical Studies from Central Bible College, Springfield, MO.

Terry has traveled extensively since the late 90’s both internationally and across the United States ministering in churches, conferences, and to individuals to encourage them in knowing the Lord and living in His love.

Today, he travels with his son Josiah as they minister to the body of Christ and challenge the church to come out to the Lord and prepare herself for her Bridegroom. When he is home, he gives oversight to The Gathering church in Vanleer, TN, and the Messengers of Shiloh ministry.

Terry and Donna and their children and grandchildren reside in middle Tennessee.

"What is of importance is not who we are in Jesus, the importance is who Jesus is in us. The first is self focused, the second puts the focus back on Him." Terry Bennett

God’s Recovery Movement

God has initiated a recovery movement to re-establish God’s eternal purpose. That’s right out of Ephesians 3:11. This was in accordance with the eternal purpose. God wants to move His people past the initial stages of our relationship with Him, or past “Christianity,” because of all that word has come to mean, and into the […]

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The Life

There is a life inside of me, Though when at first received Is very small and immature. It’s just a tiny seed. Watered by the Holy Spirit This seed begins to grow. As I learn to eat of Him Beyond what I could know. This life is meant to overcome And overtake my soul Until […]

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Should Christians Celebrate Christmas?

In the past few years, I have heard much talk and many pronouncements about December 25th and when and how Christians ought to celebrate the birth of Christ. I wish to address this as clearly as I can to help us and hopefully resolve any misunderstanding in the hearts and minds of God’s people. First, […]

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