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Preaching the Everlasting Gospel; Ministry of Healing; True Education; and Restorative Benevolence

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Worship Services

Geared toward worshiping an intelligent God and to edify intelligent worshipers through the spoken word, song, prayer, and offering.

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Seminars

On wide ranging topics including doctrines, natural health, lifestyle choices, end times events, family life, and daily living.

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Counseling

In person or over the phone counseling and mentoring on various life challenges; marriage, morality, natural health, career, finances, etc.

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Fellowship

We function as a close-nit family to receive and give each other spiritual, social, mental, and emotional support within and outside of worship.

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Blogs

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Jun

2019

The gate of hell shall not prevail against it

Author: Lloyd Grubb

The success of the Christian church is encapsulated in the statement of Christ to His disciple Peter, that the “gate of hell shall not prevail against it”. The positive actions of the government cannot give success to...

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Jun

2019

Christ’s kingdom is not of this world

Author: Lloyd Grubb

It is not the intention of Jesus to setup a kingdom on the earth but the establishing of the principles of His kingdom in the hearts of men. This reality was very difficult for His disciples to... 

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8

Jun

2019

Conversion makes us a citizen of heaven

Author: Lloyd Grubb

This week we are looking at the words of Jesus on the topic of separation of church and state. Christ answer to the question of the religious leaders who eventually would take Christ to the state to...

 

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7

Jun

2019

God is worthy of our worship because of conversion

Author: Lloyd Grubb

The clear reason why we accept God’s rein in our lives is because God has done and is doing for us what no one or system can do for us. It is the power of God in our lives and this world that...

 

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6

Jun

2019

Our Creator loves order, mercy, principle, and beauty

Author: Lloyd Grubb

As Christians we submit to a King who is greater than any earthly ruler and whose rules and laws carries greater weight and requires greater faithfulness. Jesus came to earth to...

 

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5

Jun

2019

Understanding and honoring who is the King of kings

Author: Lloyd Grubb
The story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego found in the book of Daniel serves as a good illustration of the extent of the authority of secular kings. The worship of the golden image that king Nebuchadnezzar had setup was in direct opposition to the Commandment forbidding worship of...
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4

Jun

2019

Relating to state government within its sphere of authority

Author: Lloyd Grubb
In relating to government it is good to recognize the sphere of influence given to them from God. The state has no jurisdiction over religious matters, or anything affecting the first four commands of the Ten Commandments. In the story of the conflict Christ was having with the Jewish leaders...
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3

Jun

2019

The origin of the separation of church and state

Author: Lloyd Grubb
The need for state government was apparent after the Killing of Abel by Cain, which happened over the rejection of the sacrificial system. Cain did not recognizing the authority of God and God placed a mark on him and he was allowed to live freely as an unrepentant sinner. This was the...

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2

Jun

2019

Christ’s explanation of the separation of church and state

Author: Lloyd Grubb
In Jesus’s famous explanation for the separation of church and state, He acknowledges the function of the state and He also acknowledges the function of church. The function of earthly government was ordained by God to maintain order over humanity in our fallen state. The function of religion is to...

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1

Jun

2019

Freedom to be or not to be religious

Author: Lloyd Grubb
This month’s focus will be on religious liberty, with a special emphasis on how it is acknowledged in the United States of America through the first amendment in Bill of Rights (separation of church and state). This week we will study and define what religious liberty from a Biblical perspective is. We will...
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We operate as an independent Seventh Day Adventist church in order to develop the historic Adventist church model.

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