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

Tim Massengale – The Need for Prayer and Action

“Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone” James 2:17. I truly wish that church growth would happen by simply praying and waiting upon God. While faith can accomplish anything (Mark 11:22-24), the clear commandment of Christ is to carry the gospel into all the world (Acts

World News – June 2016

Why are So Many Christians Biblically Illiterate? The Bible has become a moving target. One can strip it down, twist it, misread it, add to it, supplement it, and even overrule it, and, unfortunately, 95 percent of the congregation will not realize it. Most Christians know enough about the Bible to be

World News June 2015

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New York State Assembly Passes Bill Which Would Allow 3rd Trimester Babies to Be Killed With Shot of Poison to Heart    The New York State Assembly voted a resounding 94-49 recently to approve a bill that would allow third trimester abortions using procedures such as a shot of poison to

Secret Prayer

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Rev. Danny St. Clair, IN District Supt., ALJC School of Prayer, Brownsburg, IN “As a deer panteth after the water brook, my soul, O God, panteth for thee” (Psalm 42:1). There was something in the heart of the Psalmist that wasn’t content to simply exist. There was a passion in his

Apostolic Book Outlines How to “Pray the Tabernacle Plan”

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From Ashes to Glory What it means to "Pray the Tabernacle Plan” As we walk with our Savior, He will lead us to a place He is calling us to occupy, a place of power, intimacy, anointing and joy. However, most importantly, it is a place of transformation. Written by Carole Keller,

Promoting For Missions

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Sis. Patricia (Moore) Giwa-Agbomeirele, tell us a little about yourself and your ministry. I am a retired Associated Science & Technology Technologist from Dow Corning Corporation. I received the Holy Ghost and was baptized in Carrollton, Kentucky on Feb. 12, 1983. I attend Pentecostal Temple in Midland, Michigan where I have

From Prison to Pulpit, The Kelly Caywood Testimony

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From Prison To Pulpit, The Kelly Caywood Testimony by Kelly Caywood   Pastor Kelly Caywood, tell us a little about yourself. I pastor a home missions church, and God is blessing. We evangelized for 4 1/2 years and while doing that, we also helped with other home missionaries. God used us in a different

Blue Tigers

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  Blue Tigers By: Robert L. Rodenbush G.K. Chesterton in an illustration describes a man of incomparable vision, a reformer: a man who desired a specific type of world in which everything was the color blue. The man labored throughout his life with paint and brush. He didn’t despise the time it

Being A Pastor’s Wife

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Being A Pastor's Wife  by Nancy Arrowood   When did you first feel the call of God on your life for ministry? The Lord gives us the desires of our hearts, and I wanted to marry a preacher from the time I was 10 years old. My parents weren’t in church at that

Healing For The Nations

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Healing For The Nations by Michelle L. Young Tell us about yourself and your burden for God’s work. My name is Michelle Young. I was born and raised in Ontario, Canada. I was baptized in Jesus name in 1996 and since then I have had a burden for lost. I enjoy working with