Only Survivors Hurt By Scott Graham “But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us. We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; Persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not
Interviewed By Christina Li The most important key to having a growing church is “consistency of prayer life,” said Senior Pastor Larry Davis of Nettleton Pentecostal Church, the oldest active Pentecostal church in the UPC, located in Lee County in the city of Nettleton, Mississippi. “I preach to our people all the
Principles of Growth & Revival Primera Iglesia (First Church of Wendell, North Carolina) is flourishing with revival. Pastor Sergio Vitanza believes that the most important keys to having a growing church are evangelism and loving people. Accepting the people where they are, teaching home Bible studies, and preaching without compromising are
Bro. Eugene Wilson, tell us a little about yourself and your ministry. I have been in the ministry for nearly 30 years, having served as senior pastor, associate pastor, family pastor and youth pastor. I am presently serving alongside Pastor Rob McKee as executive pastor at The Pentecostals in Katy, Texas.
Your Heritage Many people today are wasting their inheritance. More specifically, they are wasting their spiritual inheritance to the exclusion of their heritage. Contrary to contrived beliefs, your heritage is one of the most important things in this life. The world may argue that inheritance takes precedence; however, we find in
Recently appointed Director of Promotion for the General Youth Division (GYD) of the UPCI, IBC alumnus Justin Reinking shares his journey and aspirations for the department. His new mission includes that of overseeing the creation of promotional materials, maintaining the webpage, organizing the social media team, updating and maintaining the
Most young leaders are eager to rise in their level of responsibility. They want to excel, be productive and make a difference. They want to rise in leadership. That’s a good thing. Knowing when that should happen is a very artful process requiring wisdom and discernment. Giving more responsibility too quickly can