How to Evangelize 18 Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been...
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Praise Covenant International Church is a dynamic, multi-generational community called to love and serve the world through declaring the central message of Jesus Christ, the message of the Kingdom of God. We serve the Lord through praise and worship as we constantly work our own salvation in anticipation of the second coming of the son of man.
Teaching the Central message of Christ the Kingdom of God, and equipping the body of Christ with God’s original intent for humanity. Empowering people to re-discover their purpose and assignment on this earth.
But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.. (Matthew.6:33)
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Evangelism: An issue of “immigration” in God’s Kingdom God placed the burden of Evangelism on all believers. It is our...
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Over 2,000 years ago Jesus changed everything about our world. As He rose from the grave He redefined our future giving us freedom from hopelessness, addiction, and brokenness. We’d love for you to join us as we celebrate Easter and are reminded that Jesus is our source of hope.
“Love your neighbor as yourself.” Jesus gave us this as the second of the two greatest commandments. Paul described it as the summation or fulfillment of the whole law. No complicated explanations, lists of caveats, or endless parsing – just “Love your neighbor as yourself.”
Here is a truth the devil really doesn’t want you to know: the commands of God are not burdensome (1 John 5:3). The devil wants you to believe God’s commands are torturously burdensome and the death of your happiness. The devil wants you to believe that God is withholding joy from you in the limitations he places on you.
For a long time I have wondered in my life, who am I. I have thought of so many definitions, I have heard people define me and my parents tell me who they thought I was. As I grew in the Lord, I struggled to understand who I really was and why was I born on earth.I asked my pastor to help me understand myself but the more I asked the more I became confused.