The Importance of Daily Devotions

Mark Lashbrook, Algonquin, IL. Our greatest enemies; the flesh, the devil and the world, never take a day off, so daily devotion time is critical. As humans, inconsistency is the norm. Although it won’t necessarily cause one a loss of salvation, it will increase the struggle. “The just shall live by faith.”

COVID-19: Minor Problem or Major End-Time Sign?

  Pastor Reece Mobile AL             If the world’s people continue to be propagandized by the news media who terrify them to shut down society, the marketplace and the churches, the economy will collapse. COVID-19 contains a major Antichrist Mark 666 component.  The U.S. Government is planning mandatory vaccinations. Those who refuse the vaccination

Masking: How is The Church Dealing With It?

By Linda Schreckenberg Bro. Leo Dante, Jersey City, NJ.   New Jersey requires us to wear masks, especially inside buildings and establishments. We have to follow the government officials who rule over us, since it is for the safety of everyone. Our cases have gone down, and we see businesses opening and getting back

The Importance of Fasting: Does the Daniel Fast Count?

The Daniel Fast:  Why, How, and is it Real Fasting? John L. Fonzer                     Clifton Jones Philadelphia MS   We participate in a 30-day fast once a year called disciplined eating. The principle came from the Daniel fast. Fasting helps our spirit by slowing down the body and mind while the soul thinks of spiritual things.

Healing Racial Suffering

Healing Racial Suffering     1.  Share your views on the current racial crisis that is sweeping our nation today. 2.  Comment on the death of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer. 3.  Comment on the peaceful protests that are going on in an attempt to bring about change. 4.  Comment on the

Covid-19 Crisis: Apostolic Pastors Respond

Interviews by J. L. Fonzer 1. What has been your message to your church about this crisis? 2. Have you had anyone within your greater church family that has contracted the virus? 3. What precautions is your church taking to lower risk? 4. Do you feel the national response has been excessive or not

Ben White, Silsbee TX - I was voted in as pastor nine years ago.  I didn’t know I was being voted on, my dad’s health was failing him quickly and he was trying to get a plan in place.” Originally, I didn’t want to be a preacher much less a

Mark A. Moore, Atlanta, GA - Excessive stress is evidenced by personal distress (health issues) from internalizing issues or by acting out in toxic ways. The most overlooked “self- care” strategy is a consistent prayer life. Additionally, learning to find pleasure in simple moments - family time, books, exercise. In