Seeing the Grand Canyon, or Niagara Falls for the first time is amazing. Discovering somethng bigger than ourselves is always AMAZING!
Through this series we will find how God allows us to live amazed every day. This
teaching will be a changing day in your life.
Having pastored over the past several years, I am sensing the winds of the Holy Spirit blowing across Bethel Assembly. There is an excitement in the air and a sense of expectancy with the folks who call Bethel their church home. Jesus told us He would build His church and we are witnessing this happening at Bethel Assembly!
A few years back, the local church was the “hub” of activity in the community. Folks had a great love for their church. No doubt, we are seeing this again. People are talking more and more about their church and expressing their love for it. I LOVE MY CHURCH is being heard more and more each week. Expressions of love of other people, love for the events that bring forth the Gospel, love for the church leadership are all signs that good things are taking place at Bethel Assembly!
What a glorious time to be part of the family of God. We find it hard to wait for the next activity at the church. From Royal Rangers and Girls Club on Wednesday, to Youth on Sunday evening or any other event, the excitement unfolds as folks love their church
If there was one defining moment in your life, one that changed you forever, what would it be? You are probably thinking, “the day I accepted Jesus Christ!” Well, that should be a given! No doubt that was one that changed you (and me) for all of eternity.
Let’s move away from the spiritual aspect for a moment and think totally carnal. What was the one thing that you have seen, had happen or you did that was the “never the same” moment for you? I’ve heard various things from many Saints. Some said an accident, some a close call with death, while others said the day they received their degree (whatever that means).
Here is mine, and it’s not as earth shaking as one might expect, but by life changed then and continues to change today. It was August 5, 1966, the day Linda said “I do” and we became Mr. and Mrs. T.R. King. That was more than 45 years ago and today, she is still the love of my life. Together, we have raised two boys (she says three if you count me), lived in three states and pastored five churches in our years together. She is my helpmeet, my friend, my partner in ministry and the love of my life. Ya, August 5, 1966 was the defining moment in my life! What’s yours?