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Welcome to our website, we have placed alot of content for faith building, teaching, discipleship series, ministry school, archives of Crosstalk and more.  In todays society our life has become very busy, so much that it sometimes seems like a battle just to find time to spend with God.  Here we have supplied you with several necessary tools to help build your foundation in your relationship with Christ, and establish your identity in Him, so that you can and will go out and give to someone else what you have been given!    Remember it's a journey, so don't forget to pack!  Learn to meditate in God's Word to equip you for discipleship.

 Many have heard the prayer, "Where is the God of Elijah?"  But the question should be, "Where are the Elijah's of God?"  God is looking for those who are willing to 'pray the price' for an encounter with Him that can spill over into the market places and neighborhoods of America.  That price, we are finding, is a severe preparation of faith that will leave no leaf unshaken.  Someone said that the only things truly worth doing are the things that are impossible.  For that to happen God will bring us into impossible situations.  
       If you are there and the trials of this life are pressing you beyond what you can stand, you may be ready for an intense dose of heavenly encouragement.  

ClickHere CrossTalk
that will encourage and challenge you to walk out your purpose
"Jesus' words about judgement were never intended to make us judgemental but to make us disciples."
Judgement & Eternal life
Establishing Value
The Power of Identity
Entering Eternal Life
A Journey, Not A "Meeting"
"The Gospels, Jesus and Eternal Life"
Click here Archives on the History of Revivals
What every pastor wished every parishoner knew.  What every person  struggling with anger, unforgiveness or   stress needs to know.  This message could save your life.  It'll stop Satan in his tracks and overcome those devouring thoughts.  Do you know that allowing anger to reside within you  causes you to cooperate with your adversary!  Click here
The First Thing that new Christians or those who want to minister to somebody need to read - HERE.
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The Way of the Master
Below are several links you can click on for more biblical teaching.
Pastor Dwight Fearing Memorial Tribute
Christmas is almost here…again. Sometimes it seems to come around every 6 months. But honestly, for me it comes around at just the right time. It seems as if my soul is crying out deep inside, “Tell me the story of Jesus’ birth again. Tell me about God becoming just like me, to save me, and to bring me joy and peace one more time.” We need the reinforcement on a regular basis. After a year or so it seems that we get our lives dug into a rut of some kind, and we need to reset by hearing and celebrating the world’s greatest story.

Jesus was born as a man, but He came from heaven. When He was about to leave, He prayed for us and told every Christian of his true origin in John 17:16-23 They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world. When I heard that, my spirit leaped!

The little word, of, is of great importance! Of: Did not originate in the world. Jesus came from another place, and He identifies the origin of every born-again Christian. “You didn’t come from here!” Your birth place may be identified as a town somewhere, but that’s not where you came from!

In his first epistle, John writes, Ye are OF God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world. They are OF the world: therefore speak they of the world, and the world heareth them. We are OF God: he that knoweth God heareth us; he that is not of God heareth not us. Hereby know we the spirit OF truth, and the spirit of error.

As we’ll see in a bit, this place of origin that we have is at the heart of our earthly struggles with this world, and it is at THE HEART OF OUR VICTORY. Our origin is also the foundation of our being sanctified or set apart. Forgiveness gives us peace with God, while sanctification gives us power over the sin that we have been forgiven of.

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The Joy "Of" Christmas  December 12th, 2018      A Deeper Life Christmas Message