November 7, 2010 Volume 16 Issue 11

Faith Christian Center, Inc. FAITH NEWSLETTER
(For We Walk By Faith, Not By Sight :) II Corinthians 5:7 L.V. Turman, Pastor
Website: 190 Newtown Road ● Washington, Georgia 30673 ● 706-678-4270 ● 706-678-1008 FAX

INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Prayer of Salvation Birthdays Congratulations Children’s Page Health Tips Financial Confession Seed of Life Ministry Calendar of Events 2 2 2 5 6-7 9 9 10

Welcome From Apostle and Mrs. L. V. Turman
t is with great pleasure that we welcome all our visitors. You make our services very special and we thank God for leading you here today.


We invite your children between the ages of 4 and 17 to join our Royal Priesthood Sunday School each Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. In Union Point, Georgia join us each Sunday morning at 11:30 a.m. for a special time of Praise and Worship and the Ministered Word and on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. for Mid-Week Service. Faith Christian Center of Washington and Faith Christian Center of Union Point are places where believers can enter into praise and worship at a level that completely glorifies and magnifies God.

We invite you to join in with us during praise and worship, which is an important fellowship with God. We trust that your visit will be rewarded through praise. We invite you to join us in Washington, Georgia each Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. for praise, worship and the Ministered Word and on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. for Mid-Week Service.

If you need membership information, please indicate so on your visitor’s card or by responding to the membership appeal that Apostle Turman gives at the end of service. Expect to walk in God’s best. Please come worship with us again soon.

SPECIAL FEATURES FCC Bible Study Notes 3 Emmanuel Christian Academy (ECA) 10

Wisdom Nugget From Apostle L. V. Turman

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November 2010

Our Heavenly Father, I come to You in the Name of Jesus. Your Words says, ―...if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, THOU SHALT BE SAVED” (Roman 10:9). I believe in my heart that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. I believe He was raised from the dead for my justification. Your Word says, ―...with the HEART man believeth unto righteousness; and with the MOUTH confession is made unto salvation‖ (Roman 10:10). I do believe with my heart, and I now confess with my mouth that Jesus is my Lord, therefore, I am saved! Thank You Lord! Amen
If you have prayed this prayer sincerely from your heart, then the Bible says you are saved! To grow in your new Christian life, it is important to study the Bible and pray every day to your Heavenly Father. You also need to belong to a good, Bible-based church where you are taught the Word of God. Welcome to the family of God!

If your home/business address, telephone number, or name has changed (your married status or new addition to the family), please let Jean Hill know by filling out an updated form, put a note in her mailbox or complete the personal information on the back of your tithe envelope. Thank you for your assistance.

Youth Ministry Praise Team Practice Voices of Praise Practice Sanctuary Choir Practice Jehoshaphat Youth Choir Practice Jehoshaphat Youth Choir Sing Ministers’ Class November 13 November 13, 27 November 13, 27 November 13, 27 November 27 November 28 TBA

Pearl Jones Majesty Covin Pinkoe Johnson Minnie Evans David Bell Jacobi Jones Kirt Carter Tazariah Garnett David Burgess Marcus Early Chris Brown Pastor L.V. Turman Kelvin Wingfield Nicy Harper Kendarius Johnson Maurice Glenn Belvin W. LaQuins (Union Point) Clethel Champion Naygeebah Long November 1 November 2 November 5 November 6 November 8 November 10 November 12 November 14 November 17 November 17 November 19 November 20 November 21 November 23 November 25 November 28 November 28 November 29 November 30

Johnny Hill’s Music Teaching Studio
Music is fun and exciting, but it takes time as well as dedication to make a dream come true. Enhance your daily musical experience by learning to play an instrument, such as the piano, guitar, saxophone, trumpet or the trombone. I will come to your home for lessons. For more information call (706) 401-7356 or (706) 678-4688

Kenyata Y. Cloud (Union Point)
…And the Lord added to the church daily such as should be saved. Acts 2:47

And I give them eternal life, and they shall never lose it or perish throughout the ages. [To all eternity they shall never by any means be destroyed.] And no one is able to snatch them out of My hand. ----John 10:28 (AMP

Kelvin & Kasha Wingfield
Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Wingfield will celebrate their wedding anniversary Friday, November 19.

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Faith Newsletter Volume 16, Issue 11 Pastor’s Appreciation and Church Anniversary October 17, 2010

November 2010

request of you, brethren, that you appreciate those who diligently labor among you, and have charge over you in the Lord and give you instruction, and that you esteem them very highly in love because of their work… " (I Thessalonians 5:12-13) It is clear from the scripture that the faithful and dedicated Pastor of our churches is worthy of appreciation and honor. The 2010 Pastor's Appreciation Service honored Apostle L.V. Turman, the Pastor and founder of Faith Christian Center with locations in Washington, Georgia and Union Point, Georgia and Emmanuel Christian Academy. The program highlighted the diverse ways Apostle Turman has impacted the lives of people around the world. First Lady Vickie Turman, Faith Christian Center, was the speaker for the Pastor’s Appreciation and Church Anniversary. In the Ministered Word, First Lady Turman reflected on the twenty-two years of God’s faithfulness to Faith Christian Center. She selected the topic, “What A Mighty God We Serve” to resound on the greatness of God to bless His people. In the teaching, she named mercy, compassion, salvation, forgiven of iniquities, healing, redemption, joy, peace and blessing as the benefits from God. She noted that it is important to know the power in the name of Jesus, and in the name of Jesus there is everything that you need. Every believer must know God will supply every need. In the closing statements, she emphasized the importance of coming to Jesus with expectancy. The program also included ministry reflections, special tributes, presentations and word of encouragement from the congregation. Thank you: Apostle L.V. Turman, First Lady Vickie Turman, Mrs. Shavonne Johnson, Mrs. Tameka Nash, Mr. Charles D’Antignac, Sanctuary Choir, Minister James Gordon, and Mr. James Garnett, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Pope, and Faith Christian Center for your faithfulness to God and Faith Christian Center. Together we are impacting the world.

What A Mighty God We Serve

By First Lady Vickie Turman

Bible Study Notes
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Fellowship Of Faith Christian Alliance

from Faith Christian Center - Union Point The Word of God brings a change. The blessing is the empowerment to carry out what God has given you. God has given you every promise. Power is released through faith. Eden was an environment conducive for receiving the blessing. Eden was the place that represented what the Word of God should look like. Satan tries to keep you mind blinded from the gospel. The power of resurrection gives you victory. Learn the power of God.

October 31, 2010
The Fellowship of Faith Christian Alliance continues to provide attendees with a timely Word from God. God loves His people and has appropriated every need for the people. All you need to know is what He has said about your need. In the October Fellowship of Faith Christian Alliance teaching, Apostle L.V. Turman assured the attendees through the Word of God that the miracle – you have been waiting for is waiting for you to release your faith. You must target your faith for the answer. He also told the attendees, ―What you do makes a difference.‖ There is a danger associated with disobeying God. The Fellowship of Faith Christian Alliance concluded with a delectable meal prepared by the Food Preparation Department. Thank you for all that you do bring glory to God.

Scripture References: Genesis 1:2-28; Galatians 3:22-27; 1 Timothy 5:8; Genesis 3:10; Mark 3:22-30; Ephesians 6:12; Philippians 3:7-10 Join Apostle and Mrs. L.V. Turman at Faith Christian Center in Union Point, Georgia on Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. There is a Word from God especially for you. Allow the Word of God to change your life.

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Otis Boykin invented electronic control devices for guided missiles, a wire precision resistor used in computers, and heart pacemaker. Boykin invented 28 different electronic devices. Otis F. Boykin was born on August 29, 1920, in Dallas, Texas, to a home maker mother and father who was a carpenter. He grew up and in 1938 he entered Fisk College in Nashville, Tennessee. After graduation in 1941, he started work in Chicago at the Majestic Radio & TV Corporation. Boykin’s first job was being a laboratory assistant testing automatic aircraft controls. After rising to the position of foreman, he left in 1944 to work as a research engineer at P.J. Nilsen Research Labs in Illinois. Then he left to start his own company: Boykin-Fruth Inc. He managed to juggle the responsibility of opening his own business while attending the Illinois Institute of Technology. He stayed at the University for two years, from 1946 to 1947, but, unfortunately, he never got to finish the University because his parents could not afford the schooling bills. But despite his lack of education he went on to expand many fields of science through his ideas. He later worked as a chemist and research engineer at other companies. He went on to become an international electronics consultant. Boykin’s patent on Electrical Resistor (U.S. 2,972,726, February 21, 1961) Boykin’s first patent was given to him on June 16th, 1959. The patent was for the wire precision resistor. Boykin’s wire precision resistor is now found in computers, radios, television sets. That invention helped to make all of the products less expensive. His next invention was an electrical resistor, which he patented on February 21st, 1961. Then he continued to make 26 more electronic devices. Among his many other inventions are a burglar proof cash register which helped to bring down the risk of theft in stores and a chemical air filter to prevent toxins from entering the body. He is not well known for these two inventions, both of which he never patented.

What he is most famous for is inventing the pacemaker, a medical contraption made to prevent heart failures. The pacemaker is made up of three parts: a silver dollar sized generator, wires that attach to the heart, and an electrode at the wire’s tip. Inside the generator, a battery and a tiny computer to regulate the heartbeat. The battery lasts up to five years and sounds off an alarm when it needs to be replaced. The pacemaker keeps the heart beating through the use of electronic pulses. The electrode shocks the heart if it is beating too slowly and decelerates the heart when it is beating too quickly. Polyphem imager The other one of Boykin’s inventions that he is famous for is a circuit that is found in all guided missiles. Known as a polyphem missile, it possesses a range of 60 kilometers. It is able to hit its targets by taking in pictures through an infra-red camera positioned in the nose of the missile. The images are then transmitted through fiber-optic cables to its firing post. Once the images are analyzed they appear on the weapons operator’s screen. The weapons operator then transmits instructions back to the missile, telling it where to go. The missiles have incredible accuracy in day or night, due to its infra-red camera, and can beset targets both mobile and nonmobile. One missile type, known as the Tomahawk is able to fly through a football field hundreds of miles away, fly through both end’s goal posts and detonate 30 feet away, on a good day. The missiles normally detonate in a15 foot radius of their unfortunate target. The Polyphem imager is mounted on a gyro-stabilized dual axis platform providing image sharpness for the processing system and operator display. Boykin’s innovations have had both military and commercial application. Some have reduced the cost of producing electronic controls for radio and television. At present more than three dozen products with Boykin components are used throughout the world. Boykin’s groundbreaking inventions led to the Cultural Science Achievement Award from the Old Pros Unlimited Club. His many achievements, most notably the pacemaker, made him one of the greatest inventors of his time. He smoked the marijuana to get some of his ideas.

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Walk Your Way Slim


n easy workout? Check. Cost-free? Check. Gets real results...that really last? Check, check. Well, what more could you want from a slim-down plan — except that it be flexible enough to fit into your busy schedule? Okay, that can be done, too. Walking can transform your health. Experts now say that taking roughly 10,000 steps per day sets off a chain reaction of physical benefits, including lower blood pressure, reduced risk for heart disease and better odds for preventing breast cancer. And when you break down the steps, there's only one fabulous result: a slimmer, more energetic you. In 60 minutes of walking, you'll burn 300 to 500 additional calories. Keep that up for 10 days and you'll lose a pound. Keep it up for a year and you'll be 35 pounds lighter — without a minute of dieting. So, do you really have time for a walking workout? Absolutely — you just need to find a routine that fits into your busy schedule. "I don't have a full hour. Can I still squeeze in exercise?" PROFILE: Your job or your family, or both, have you going all day long. You never get more than 20 minutes to yourself, and commuting eats up a lot of that time. Your 60-minute walking workout: 15-MINUTE WALK TO WORK Whether you usually drive yourself to the office or travel by public transportation, leave a little earlier and park farther away from your building or get off the bus a few stops earlier than usual and walk the rest of the way to your destination. (Note: Do not do this in high heels. Say no to fashion and wear sneakers instead. The alternative is to risk serious injury.) Remember, your goal is to walk a little more than a mile in 15 minutes. To figure out how far — or how many bus stops — that is, drive the route once and map the distance. 20-MINUTE LUNCH CRUNCH Make your lunch hour count for something other than calories. Slip on your sneakers, exit the building, and do a few laps around the block. Window shopping is allowed, but to get your heart rate up, don't be suckered into the stop-and-stare routine. Keep pumping your arms and shortening your stride so you squeeze in more steps per minute. On your way back to your desk, pick up a healthy bite to eat and plenty of water to replace lost fluid. See, that wasn't so hard!

10-MINUTE COFFEE BREAK (A.K.A. POWER WALK) It's 3:00 in the you know where your energy is? If you've lost it somewhere in the office abyss, you're not alone. The best way to regain your mojo is to hustle! This time, get a little tricky. If no one's looking, do the grapevine on your stroll to the corner deli, walk down an empty hallway backward, climb the stairs with your eyes closed (use the railing!). The idea is to involve all of your senses, even those not normally active in an office environment. You'll feel infinitely more alert when you return to your desk. 15-MINUTE REVERSE COMMUTE Now it's time to return home. Follow your morning walk backward for the evening trip. Remember, you're shooting for 1.2 miles in 15 minutes, but it's okay if it takes longer at first — just keep working on improving your time. "I'll concentrate and do it all at once." PROFILE: Finding a full hour to devote to working out is no problem — and you'd rather bite the bullet and get it done than worry about weaving it into your day. Your 60-minute walking workout: 2-MINUTE WARM-UP Standing in place, take five long, deep breaths. As you inhale, raise your arms slowly over your head; slowly lower them as you exhale. 15-MINUTE MILE Grab your watch and pedometer. Your goal is to walk one mile (roughly 2,200 steps), anywhere you want, in 15 minutes. Concentrate on coming down on your heel, rolling through the ball of your foot, and pushing off the toes with each step. 3-MINUTE STRETCH Now that you've warmed up, work out any kinks. Calves: Lean against a tree or wall and extend one leg behind you in a lunge position. Hold for five counts; switch legs. Quads: Bend one leg behind you, pulling your foot to your bottom with one hand and using a wall for support with the other; switch legs. Hamstrings: Sit on the ground and extend one leg in front of you, keeping the other one bent and relaxed. Reach for the toe of the straight leg for five counts; switch legs. 12-MINUTE MILE Get ready to hustle! For the next 12 minutes, you are going to move between a slow jog and a fast walk. Speed walking is easy once you get the hang of it — stay focused on taking short steps rather than longer ones. To really get going, pump your arms back and forth vigorously — no reason your legs should be doing all the work!

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Faith Newsletter Volume 16, Issue 11 3-MINUTE TONING Okay, you survived. Now, drop and give us 10 — really! Mixing cardio with strength training in a workout burns more calories. Find a patch of grass and complete 10 push-ups (modify by pushing from your knees), 10 sit-ups and 10 leg lifts on each side. 12-MINUTE MILE Here's the final intensity component to your routine. As before, keep yourself moving somewhere between a slow jog and a fast walk. Pay attention to your posture: Speed should come from bending your knees, not from lunging forward, which can cause injuries. 3-MINUTE STRETCH You're officially heading home now. To keep your muscles long and limber, repeat the calf, hamstring and quad stretches you did earlier. This time, hold each position for 10 counts and feel how much deeper into the stretch you can go, now that your muscles are warm. Clasp your hands behind your back and pull up with your arms for a good chest, biceps and triceps release. 20-MINUTE COOLDOWN MILE You've worked hard; now it's time to slow the pace and return your heart rate to normal. As you walk this last mile, let your arms swing loosely at your sides. By the time you've hit 20 minutes, your breathing and pulse should be almost back to normal, so that you could easily carry on a conversation. "Help! I hate to exercise!" PROFILE: It's tedious, time-consuming and boring. To hit 10,000 steps a day, your workout has to be fun, or it's not going to happen! Your 10,000-step walking workout: • WALK THE DOG Start the day with a 10-minute morning stroll (1,000 steps). • CALL YOUR MOM Pace nervously while reviewing your life — and receiving unaskedfor advice — during a 15-minute phone call to Mom (1,000 steps). • WATCH TV March in place for 15 minutes during the evening news (1,000 steps). • CLEAN HOUSE You have to do it anyway, plus it's 2,000 steps for 30 minutes. •

November 2010 • AN AFTER-DINNER A STROLL Take a 20-minute sunset walk (3,000 steps): What better way to lose weight and rekindle your romance? Beginners! Focus on miles, not minutes. When you start your walking workout, don't be intimidated if you can't keep pace with the time suggestions here. These are your ultimate goals, but the health and weight-loss benefits of walking are measured in number of steps, not minutes. Even if it takes you 20 minutes to walk a mile instead of the 13-minute ideal, don't give up. Your first goal is to reach the 10,000-steps marker, then worry about whittling down the time it takes to reach it. Do a little more each day, but don't overdo it. Good luck! (If you've never exercised or haven't done so in a while, check with your doctor first.) How to customize your workout: A pedometer registers step count, but maximum health benefits also require the right exertion level. Rule of thumb: If you can't catch your breath enough to say hi to a friend, slow down. Able to belt out your favorite song, no problem? You're taking it too easy. To up your workout ante, consider these variations: • Increase your pace, not your stride. Taking more steps per minute instead of longer ones not only helps you walk faster (a 12- to 13-minute mile is optimal); it also elevates your heart rate without increasing your risk of injury. Pretend you're on a tightrope. Professional walkers place one foot directly in front of the other, as opposed to taking hip-width strides. Follow suit, and you'll increase your energy output and use more major muscle groups. Work your arms. Bend your elbows at a 90-degree angle and pump them back and forth as you step. This propels you forward faster and burns more calories. Head for the hills! Adding an angle is the surest way to increase the intensity of your walking workout. If you're on a treadmill, use the elevation button. • Use weights or walking sticks — both give a more complete workout. The two dumbbells should weigh less than 10 percent of your body weight. Walking sticks (not to be confused with the kind Granddad may have sported) increase energy expended by 20 percent.

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From Our Daily Bread Cookbook
Chicken Pot Pie
By Rosemary Gresham INGREDIENTS 1 chicken, cooked (boned) 1 cup potatoes 1 cup fresh peas 2 cups chicken broth 1 cup cooked carrots (sliced) 1 bag of rice (white or brown) Flour to thicken

Mix ingredients together and put in individual casserole dish. pastry. Bake at 375 degrees until crust is golden. Top with

Quick Broccoli and Potatoes Casserole
By Freddie M. Campbell

3 –4 medium potatoes 1 large onion 1 can of cream of chicken soup ½ cup milk 2 cup broccoli (frozen chopped) 1 stick butter 1 cup grated sharp cheese Salt and pepper to taste

Peel, wash and slice potatoes in thin round slices. Put a layer of potatoes in baking dish. Put pats of butter on potatoes then layer with broccoli and onions. Repeat until dish is almost full, last layers should be potatoes. Mix milk and soup together and pour over potatoes. Sprinkle with grated sharp cheese. Cook in a 350 degree oven for 1 hour or until potatoes are tender.

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November 2010 EMPTY CHURCH GOING LVT73W-10 As a believer, you must receive what God has already done for you. In Empty Church Going by Apostle Turman, you will learn the importance of having a relationship with God. SOMEWHERE BETWEEN AMEN AND IT IS THERE LVT74S-10 Somewhere Between Amen And It Is There by Apostle Turman is a teaching about the church. God is looking for a church that is highly organized. Learn what the real church looks like. THE STORY OF RESURRECTION LVT75W-10 What is resurrection? Have you been resurrected? In The Story Of Resurrection by Apostle Turman, you will learn the Word of God revives every situation.


Apostle L.V. Turman is committed to teaching the uncompromised Word of God to the world. The teaching tapes by Apostle Turman empower you with the Word of God. The Word of God renews your mind. The believer with a renewed mind knows he is what the Word of God says he is; he can do what the Word of God says he can do; and he can have what the Word of God says he can have. The Word of God tells you what God has appropriated for you.

BOUND BY HIS WORD LVT65S-10 In the teaching Bound By His Word by Apostle Turman, you will learn you:     You can schedule your miracle moment. God will perform His Word. God’s Word is incorruptible. God has magnified His Word above His name.

Father, I know that you have a financial plan for the believer called Tithes and offerings. At this moment, I set my heart to tap into your financial plan for me. Satan will not rob me anymore in my finances. In the name of Jesus, by faith, I am at this moment planting my financial seed into the kingdom of God's field. I am doing this because I know that this is a Biblical Truth and I set my heart to obey the Word. Father, I also know that it is a Biblical Truth, that in return for my financial faithfulness, you are supplying all my needs and above my needs. Because I have tapped into your financial plan, I believe that you are raising up somebody, somewhere, to use their power, their ability and their influence to help me. In the name of Jesus, I hold fast to my confession in your financial plan. Amen!

A CHOICE OR A CHANCE LVT66W-10 A Choice Or A Chance by Apostle Turman is a teaching that provides account after account of people who were healed by God. From the teaching, you will learn healing takes place when you believe the Word of God. What God has done for one He will do for another. HEALING THROUGH DELIVERANCE LVT72W-10 Healing Through Deliverance by Apostle Turman is a teaching on God’s love for man. The knowledge of God’s love for you will change your life completely. WHAT A MIGHTY GOD WE SERVE VT04-10 In What A Might God We Serve, First Lady Vickie Turman expounds on the faithfulness of God to Faith Christian Center.

Nursery Services are available each Sunday morning during Praise and Worship for children crawling to the age of three. The Nursery is located in Classroom #5. If you are interested in volunteering in the Nursery, please contact Mrs. Michelle Bell.

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In Nakedness That Is Absent Of Excuse Apostle Turman teaches on the power of resurrection. Resurrection gives you victory.

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     13 13, 27 13, 27 13, 27 27 10:00 a.m. – Youth Ministry 3:30 p.m. – Voices of Praise Practice 3:30 p.m. – Sanctuary Choir Practice 3:30 p.m. – Praise Team Practice 1:30 p.m. – Jehoshaphat Youth Choir Practice

Join us each Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. for Praise & Worship and the Word.

Royal Priesthood Sunday School
Every Sunday at 8:15 a.m. for children between the ages of 4 and 17

Youth Ministry
FCC’s Youth Ministry is held every second Saturday at 10:00 a.m. for youth ages 9 and up. There is also a Womanhood Enrichment for girls which is held at the same time. For more information about the Youth Ministry please contact Youth Ministry Directors Kelvin and Kasha Wingfield.

Sunday Morning Service
8:45 a.m. – FCC – Washington, GA 11:30 a.m. – FCC – Union Point

Emmanuel Christian Academy
Emmanuel Christian Academy is a prekindergarten thru eighth grade Christian School. The website is and the phone number is (706) 678-4270.
Always be joyful. Never stop praying. Be thankful in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you who belong to Christ Jesus. --1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

Thursday, November 18 at 11:00 – 11:45 – Thanksgiving Luncheon

Join us each Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. for Praise & Worship and the Word.

FCC Annual Holiday Luncheon - TBA

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For we walk by faith, not by sight: II Corinthians 5:7

November 2010
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

TEACHING: Bound By His Word ~ Hebrews 6:1/ Hebrews 2:2-4

TEACHING: Bound By His Word ~ Exodus 15:18-26

TEACHING: Bound By His Word ~ Psalm 138:2-3

TEACHING: Bound By His Word ~ 1 Corinthians 12:4-11

TEACHING: Bound By His Word ~ Acts 9:2

TEACHING: Bound By His Word ~ Matthews 15:21-28

FCC Union Point, GA Mid-Week Service/7:00 pm

FCC Washington, GA Mid-Week Service/7:00 pm


Healing Teaching TEACHING: Choice Or Chance John 5 FCC Washington, GA Praise & Worship/8:45 am FCC Union Point, GA Praise & Worship/11:30 am


Healing Teaching TEACHING: Choice Or Chance ~ Mark 10:46-52


Healing Teaching TEACHING: Choice Or Chance ~ John 4:46-50


Healing Teaching TEACHING: Healing Through Deliverance ~ Romans 8:1-6


Healing Teaching TEACHING: Healing Through Deliverance ~ John 8:44


Healing Teaching TEACHING: Healing Through Deliverance ~ 2 Chronicles 36:16/Acts 3


Healing Teaching TEACHING: Healing Through Deliverance ~ 2 Corinthians 11:4-15/Acts 4 Youth Ministry/10:00 am Choir Rehearsal/3:30pm

FCC Union Point, GA Mid-Week Service/7:00 pm

FCC Washington, GA Mid-Week Service/7:00 pm

MEN’S CONFERENCE/ Heaven Bound Ministry/Hull, GA

TEACHING: What A Mighty God We Serve ~ Psalm 68:19 FCC Washington, GA Praise & Worship/8:45 am FCC Union Point, GA Praise & Worship/11:30 am

TEACHING: What A Mighty God We Serve ~ Lamentations 3:21-23

TEACHING: What A Mighty God We Serve ~ Psalm 102:3

TEACHING: What A Mighty God We Serve ~ Exodus 6:3

TEACHING: What A Mighty God We Serve ~ Mark 15:25

TEACHING: What A Mighty God We Serve ~ Deuteronomy 28:1-11

TEACHING: What A Mighty God We Serve ~ Luke 13:16

FCC Union Point, GA Mid-Week Service/7:00 pm

FCC Washington, GA Mid-Week Service/7:00 pm

TEACHING: Nakedness That Is Absent Of Excuse ~ 1 Timothy 5:8/Genesis 3:10 FCC Washington, GA Praise & Worship/8:45 am FCC Union Point, GA Praise & Worship/11:30 am

TEACHING: Nakedness That Is Absent Of Excuse ~ Mark 3:22-30 FCC Union Point, GA Mid-Week Service/7:00 pm

TEACHING: Nakedness That Is Absent Of Excuse ~ Philippians 3:7-10 FCC Washington, GA Mid-Week Service/7:00 pm

TEACHING: Empty Church Going ~ Isaiah 65:24

TEACHING: Empty Church Going ~ 1 Corinthians 1:25

TEACHING: Somewhere Between Amen And It Is There ~ Luke 11:17/ Genesis 2:17/Genesis 3:1-4

TEACHING: Somewhere Between Amen And It Is There ~ John 3:16/ 1 Peter 1:23
Youth Choir Rehearsal/1:30pm Choir Rehearsal/3:30pm


TEACHING: The Story Of Resurrection ~ 2 Kings 13:20-21 FCC Washington, GA Praise & Worship/8:45 am FCC Union Point, GA Praise & Worship/11:30 am

TEACHING: The Story Of Resurrection ~ Ephesians 2:2-6

TEACHING: The Story Of Resurrection ~ John 11:39 FCC Union Point, GA Mid-Week Service/7:00 pm

Heavenly Father, I thank you that through faith in Jesus Christ, You have shared Your nature and Your Spirit with me. I am grateful for the measure of faith. Thank you Lord that I know You are bound by Your Word. I am sound in every area of my life.

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