Posted: October 21
Join us this Sunday, October 26 as Chuck Neighbors shares his dramatic presentation of Charles Sheldon’s novel, In His Steps, a Christian classic ranked as one of the bestselling books of all time. Chuck has been professional actor, storyteller, and writer since 1974. He has toured internationally taking his unique ministry to 17 different countries around the world. Chuck has performed in theaters, churches, gymnasiums, airplane hangars and even on board a submarine. He has traveled by planes, trains and automobiles, and even by helicopter to mountaintops in Korea performing for U.S. military troops. Chuck’s most popular one-man drama, In His Steps, has been featured on both radio and television. He is an award-winning playwright and has been a featured speaker at numerous arts and worship conferences. Hope to see you this Sunday and don’t forget to invite a friend.
Posted: October 19
|Assemblies of God World Missions|
“Some organizations focus on feeding, education, healthcare, water programs, the persecuted church, raising up churches, rehab programs, orphanages, and on and on. They are all good and need to be done. AG Missions is big enough, diverse enough and visionary enough that they do it all. I am a thankful supporter of AG Missions. Pray for them, support them and be part of a world changing effort.” Pastor Mark Johnson – Calvary Temple, Springfield, IL
Posted: October 16
The Holy Spirit – An Introduction Starting November 5 on Wednesday nights. In this six week DVD study by John Bevere, you will learn about the Holy Spirit – His personality, His power, and how you can get to know Him better. For three years the disciples had been with Jesus, walking with Him and hearing everything He had to say. Yet Jesus told His closest friends that He needed to leave them so that the Holy Spirit could come – and that they would be better off because of it (John 16:7, 13-14). If this was true of the disciples, who spent every day with Jesus, how much more do we need the Holy Spirit actively involved in our lives today? We invite you to your own personal discovery of the most ignored and misunderstood person in the Church: the Holy Spirit. Don’t miss out on this amazing introduction.