Psalm 18:34 says, “He teaches my hands to make war, So that my arms can bend a bow of bronze” and Psalm 144:1 says, “Blessed be the LORD my Rock, Who trains my hands for war, And my fingers for battle—” We are trained for war!Continue reading
Revival is coming! For the last four or five years we have been praying and expecting revival. In the simplest sense, to revive someone is to take them from a place of unconsciousness, or even almost dead, and bring them back to life. Have we, as a church, allowed ourselves to be so numb that we are or almost unconscious?
How did the church get to this place of slumber? What causes the people of God to get complacent?Continue reading
Welcome to this first edition of “From the Pastor’s Desk.” Our church is in a transitional time both as an assembly and in the pastorate. At the time of this writing, we are actively searching for a new pastor, the person God is calling for this assembly. As an assembly though, we are continuing on a pathway of a closer walk with the Lord. Therefore, during this time, I will be writing as God leads me but I will also be asking others to be guest writers at times. Let me start this first post with thoughts about the end times.Continue reading
Have you ever been gripped by fear of the dark that it overwhelms you? When you walk down the street in the dark, do you find yourself walking in the middle of the street to be away from the shadows? As you walk, do you look over your shoulder to see if anyone is following you? That’s the kind of fear I lived with. I had a fear of the dark.Continue reading
Hi, this is Avalon Spence. Let me tell you of the miracle of instantaneous healing of neck pain that happened in my life. God is faithful to His Word and faithful to His children. My neck is healed by faith and trust in the name of Jesus. But first, let me start from the beginning where all good stories start.Continue reading