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  • Ministry Update

    Living For Jesus Is ALWAYS About Eternity. Live daily with a clear vision of

    eternity before your eyes. We have to realize that we live each day for the sake of

    eternity and not for the present fleeting moment. For those who truly follow Jesus,

    we should recognize that this present world is really not our home. Paul reflected

    on this truth when he said in Philippians 3:7-10,


    “But what things were gain to me, these I have counted loss for Christ. Yet indeed I

    count all things loss for the excellence of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord, for

    whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and counted them as rubbish, that I might

    gain Christ and be found in Him, not having my own righteousness which is from the

    law, but that which is through faith in Christ, the righteousness which is from God by

    faith; that I might know Him and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of

    His sufferings, being conformed to His death.”


    Paul experienced God in such a way that transformed his view of life from looking at

    the present moment to seeing his life as being lived for eternity.


    Many years ago, an aged missionary couple was onboard a ship returning from 50

    years of ministry in Africa. They had given their lives in the work God had called

    them to but had very little of this world’s treasure to show for their effort. They

    were returning to America with the limited resources they had.


    On the same ship President Woodrow Wilson was sailing New York having been to

    Africa on a hunting trip. When the ship arrived, the dock was filled with cheering

    people. Bands played and cameras flashed as the President and his entourage

    arrived home. It was a time of great celebration. The missionary couple watched

    from the ship’s railing as President Wilson left the ship and drove away to the

    sounds of the cheering crowds welcoming him home.


    The missionaries gathered their belongings and left the ship to go to the small flat

    they had rented. The man said to his wife, “Its not right! We have lived our lives for

    Jesus and faithfully served him in Africa, but here we are with nothing, and no one

    has come to welcome us home. No one is here to celebrate what we have done. No

    one knows, and no one cares.” His wife tried to explain that all they had done had

    been done for Jesus, and they needed to be content with that. The man knew she

    was right, but he really began to struggle.


    His disappointment lasted into the next day and a sense of discouragement began to

    set in. Eventually, he told his wife he was going to go into the bedroom and lock the

    door and pray. He wanted to fully explain to God the injustice and hurt he felt.

    Suddenly, the old missionary came out of the room with tears on his cheeks and a

    big smile on his face–joyfully praising God! The man said that as he was telling God

    about the frustration and anger he felt, the Holy Spirit gently said to him, “Son, you

    don’t understand….you are not home yet.” When the missionary heard this simple

    word from the Lord, everything changed for him in a moment of time.


    You are not home yet either! When we mistake personal earthly happiness for

    running our Heavenly race, we will fall into the deception of living for whatever is

    fashionable at the moment. But this life and all that it holds is ONLY but for a

    moment. Eternity is forever! When we stand before the Lord Jesus and present to

    Him the life we lived for Him and His glory while we were here on this earth,

    Heaven’s Welcome Home will be infinitely more valuable than the applause this

    world could give to us! Living life for Jesus now is really about investing in eternity!


    Excerpt adapted from Discoveries In Ministry by Dr. John Shiver

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    “Why God Used Peter”

    There is ALWAYS a reason that God choses to use particular people for His purposes. One of those people that was chosen was a Galilean fisherman named Peter who became one of Jesus’ disciples. He was a very ordinary man who went on to become one of the chief foundation stones on which the Church of Jesus Christ was built. The question is why? “Why God Used Peter” is a God-given and anointed sermon that will bless you and challenge you to forget about the past and to trust God in moving on to fulfill the calling on your life! Download this sermon today and share it with those you love and others that need the Lord.


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  • March Missions Trip to India

    Mass crusade in Sirkakulam saw a total of 7,000+ people in three nights of services.


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    Over 1,000 saved by the power and love of God!


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    Baptism of new converts in the local church in Tenali. Seeing 10+ come to the Lord weekly!




    Ministry and mercy missions of medical aid to the elderly, orphans, and lepers.


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    Traveling by Jet, airplane, train, and car to bring the saving message of Jesus’ love.


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  • "The Book of Acts is still being written in our generation! Though there is no new doctrine based on “new revelation,” there IS history spanning the past twenty centuries of the Holy Spirit continuing to reveal Jesus in the earth! The Book of Acts continues to be recorded in Heaven today. Will you be a part of all God is doing in our generation?”

    “The great Grande Finale and the completion of Joel’s prophecy in Joel 2:28-32 which began in Acts 2 is still waiting to be revealed. These may be days of increasing darkness in the earth, but His glory is going to be revealed very soon like never before. It is time for us to take our place in the eternal plans and purposes of God!”

    John Shiver- 2015

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