Archive for November 2012

Would your community miss your church, if it were no longer there? Would you be missed if you were no longer in your church?  Tough questions to ask, but ones that must be asked to analyze and measure our effect on those around us for the Lord.  In this message, Pastor Terry will remind us of the things we must do if we want our community to value us. We must encourage one another to acts of faith that will shine for the glory of Christ Jesus our Lord.  Contact us at thewordinfusion@mindspring.com

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With Thanksgiving occurring this week, we begin to think about the things we are thankful for.  Many things usually come to mind.  We are thankful for our salvation, for our family, for our church, etc.  We say “Thank You” to God for what He has done for us and for what He has given us, but do we really show any evidence other than our words that demonstrates how truly thankful we are?  Pastor Terry will speak to us today about how a “Thankful” heart towards God is evidenced by how we live.

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The second Sunday in November we honor our Veteran’s.  We are thankful for the service they have provided our country.  We pray for our Veteran’s and our active duty military.  Their faithful service reminds us of our duty as Christians to be a Veteran of our Faith and to be willing to wage spiritual war.  In this message Pastor Terry reminds of “Christianity 101: Wearing the Spiritual Armor” and how we are to take every thought captive and demolish strongholds.  We start this podcast out with a special skit performed by the Pastor’s daughter.

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The first Sunday in November is the day we have set aside to remember in prayer the persecuted Christians around the World.  In the United States, we face mild to moderate persecution.  From ridicule, hindrance of freedom, and even sometimes being jailed.  Around the World Christians face imprisonment, torture and death for their faith in Christ.  Churches are bombed and burned repeatedly in some areas.  Yet, these faithful Christians continue on.  Are you persecuted in any form?  If not, why?  How will you stand for Christ in times of persecution?

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