“In The Glorious Age of Discovery, the known world was small and imperfectly understood. The first sailors to venture out across the Atlantic had before them an uncharted wilderness, one that far exceeded in its dangers and in its terrors that of any overland travel route; here there were no
What Are You Hearing and Seeing?
“And Elijah said unto Ahab, Get thee up, eat and drink; for there is a sound of abundance of rain” - 1 Kings 18:41
It is amazing how much of the Bible focuses on our hearing and vision. There are positive and negative things associated with
Breakfast with the pastor in the Pastor's Cafe is more than just a meal at the United Pentecostal Church of Russellville, Kentucky. This buffet breakfast is a special time for new guests to enjoy a one-on-one fellowship with Pastor Scott D. Marshall and his wife, Angela. Loving, serving and caring
The Vision: A Fresh Look by Matthew P. Martin
"Where there is no vision, the people perish." Proverbs 29:18
Defining the Vision
We are definitely living in the last days. It is very important to strengthen the stakes, the fundamental doctrine of truth. What I have to share with you today will
Stay On the Wall by Brian Labat
Lt. Hiroo Onada, a WW2 Japanese soldier, was left on the island of Lubang on Dec. 25, 1944 with the command to “carry on the mission even if Japan surrendered.” All efforts to capture and convince him to surrender failed. Over 30,000 men were used
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
There are no optional realities. There are imagined realities and of course there are those who attempt to create their own realities, but reality is indeed reality.
In his book, Intellectuals and Society, Thomas Sowell makes several interesting observations along these lines. He notes how far society is being pushed
We know that structures, programs and methods often change, but the foundation of God’s church is a rock that never changes. The Pentecostals of Titusville, a 21st century Apostolic church, see the church as a shining city of refuge, offering hope to a lost and hurting world.
“Our passion is to
“At New Life Fellowship in Terre Haute, Indiana, there are two words that embody what we do,” said Pastor Jeff Harpole. “Those two words are intentional and deliberate. We envision it before it happens.” In the past 14 months, this powerful growing church has baptized 141 precious souls, and 103