Terrific Tuesday 2.0

Join us each and every first Tuesday of each month for TERRIFIC TUESDAY 2.0! Terrific Tuesday begins promptly at 5:30PM with dinner for only $3. Then interactive bible study follows at 7PM. Terrific Tuesday 2.0 is held in the Family Life Center (FLC). So bring you iPad, iPhones, Kindles, and Android devices for this interactive bible study! Cutting Edge ministry. Out of the Box!

19th Annual Full Gospel International Conference June 27th – 29th

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What a time we had in Atlanta, GA for the 19th Annual Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International Conference! This year’s conference was a little different than years past. This year it was a 6N1 Conference. What is a 6N1 conference you may ask. It was 6 major conferences going on at the same time! Senior Pastors conference was led by Bishop Joseph Walker, Women by Pastor Debra B. Morton, Worship by Overseer William Murphy III, Men by Bishop Herbert Andrew, Young Adults by Overseer Terrance Johnson and Children and Youth by Overseer Christopher Harris. Wow! Major conferences led by dynamic men and women of God.

     The night general sessions were led by 3rd Presiding Bishop, Clarence E. McClendon, International Presiding Bishop, Paul S. Morton and Pastor Donald Parsons! We were challenged to have RIDICULOUS faith. It may sound ridiculous, seem ridiculous and even look ridiculous, but out of ridiculous faith, comes ridiculous blessings! The DVD of each night is avaliable for purchase through the Full Gospel website at www.FullGospelConference.org!

     Next year, our very own Bishop Edward H. Stephens and the entire Central region will be the host Bishop and region for the 20th International Annual Conference in Louisville, KY, July 3rd-5th. So save the date and come out and show the International Fellowship how the Central regions welcomes their guest and praise the Lord in 2013! We will be CELEBRATING LEGACY and PURSUING DESTINY! See you guys in 2013!

Are You Hearing . . . ?

Are you simply listening or are you hearing?  There is a vast difference between listening and hearing.

We listen to sounds and noises all the time, and often we are listening without realizing it.  We listen to outdoor noises as we go through our typical day and not notice the everyday sounds around us.

We listen to our children calling our names; and yet, at the same time, have the ability to block out the realization that our babies are trying to desperately to get our attention.

At home, while preparing dinner and moving throughout our homes to get the family ready for the evening night, we listen to the television, but yet, are not in tune to what is actually being said by the programmers.

My point here is this . . . we are always listening, but how often are we hearing?

He that has ears, let him hear.  Matthew 11:15

When we take time to hear, transformation can take place within our lives.  When we hear, we allow what is being said to go deeply within us and become a part of our lives while being embedded within our DNA and conscience.  The Holy Spirit is always speaking, but are we always hearing what He is saying?

When you pray, attempt to take time to be quiet and hear from God in order to have a wholesome prayer life so that your prayer life is full.  Always strive to make God your “TOP” Priority.  Only then will your other priorities be in place.

 

~ Elder Juliette Moore

Word Explosion 2012 Held May 21st – May 22nd

 

You do not want to miss this next move of God!!  Bishop Ed Stephens Jr. is hosting Word Explosion 2012 at Golden Gate Cathedral on May 21st & 22nd at 6 p.m.  This conference is an extraordinary opportunity for leaders as well as delegates from across the mid-south to receive encouragement and insight regarding how to break the bearers that have been preventing your progress. 

 “For every designated place there is a designated provision,” states Bishop Ed Stephens, Jr., Senior Pastor of Golden Gate Cathedral. 

Bishop Stephens will be joined by internationally sought after speakers such as:

  • Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr., Presiding Bishop of the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship

  • Bishop Noel Jones, Senior Pastor, City of Refuge, Los Angeles, CA

  • Dr. Steve Gaines, Bellevue Baptist Church, Cordova, TN

  • Dr. Stacy Spencer, New Direction Christian Church, Memphis, TN

Don’t miss this life-changing event at Golden Gate Cathedral in Memphis Tennessee on May 21st-22nd.  Free registration is available at www.GoldenGateCathedral.org and childcare will be offered for children ages 2-11. This is sure to be two fun-filled evenings of faith that the entire family will not forget! Doors open at 5:30 and early arrival is strongly suggested. Advertisement opportunities are also available by emailing Events@goldengatecathedral.org

What is Word Explosion? The Word Explosion is a powerful gathering for people of all walks of life to hear powerful preaching and practical teaching about how to cultivate creativity & strengthen your faith.

Why should you attend the Word Explosion? You will hear dynamic messages from internationally acclaimed speakers who will challenge you to reach beyond your present circumstances and inspire you to see new possibilities that are available through Christ.

What happens during the Word Explosion?

  • You will experience high-energy music and worship.

  • You will enjoy power-packed preaching that will help you to see your obstacles as opportunities for God to demonstrate His greatness.

  • You will gain valuable insight about how to improve you

It’s Not About Easter

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It is not about an Easter Holiday, but it’s about a risen Savior.

He died for US, and then HE rose for US so that we may have eternal life.

Just remember this weekend, that it isn’t about an Easter Holiday or a bunny rabbit.  It’s about Jesus!

It isn’t Easter Weekend, but Resurrection Weekend.

~Elder Juliette Moore

He Died for Us

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And when Jesus had cried out with a loud voice, He said, “Father, into Your hands I commit My spirit.”  When He said this, He breathed His last.  (Luke 23:46)

It’s important that we know that man didn’t take His life; nonetheless, He gave His life.  He willingly and obediently laid down His life for you and I.  Earthly men did not have the power to hold our Jesus against His will.

He drank from the bitter cup so that we might have LIFE and have LIFE MORE ABUNDANTLY!! 

So let us worship Him for His tender mercies and His loving kindness to lay down His life on an old rugged cross for you and I . . . that we may not be found guilty of sin and held bound to shame.

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~  Elder Juliette Moore