Exodus is a book about God setting His people free. It's also a book about relationship, holiness, preparation, and learning to walk in the freedom that God desires for His people, both then and now.
- Exodus: The Need for Godly Women
- Exodus: God Wants to Use Nobodies
- Exodus: We Are an Important Part of God’s Plan
- Exodus: Complaining is not Praying
- Exodus: The Value of Mentors (due to a technical error, this sermon recording is unavailable)
- Exodus: Covenant and Consecration
- Exodus: Holiness, The Key to an Effective Life
- Exodus: The 10 Commandments
We're excited to have your kids join us this year for "Gadgets & Gizmos"!
This year's VBS is geared to capture your kids imaginations about their Creator. They'll discover how they are MADE by God, MADE for a relationship with Jesus, and MADE to love others.
Join us this Easter - Sunday, April 16
Sometimes the simple stories are the best. Like the Easter story: Jesus was an innocent man, wrongfully accused. He suffered. He died. He rose. But why? Actually, it was for you. The back story of Easter is about a God who loves and forgives. This Easter, come explore the Easter story in a new way at Praise Assembly. It's really an amazing story with a huge impact. We hope you'll join us!
Message from Pastor Ben:
Thanks for helping us meet and exceed our Speed the Light goal in 2016. We gave $32,800 to help fund a Mobile Command Center for F.R.E.E. International to use to help those caught in human trafficking. We also purchased a sound system for Chi Alpha in Philadelphia and a rail pass for a missionary in Asia.
Africa's Hope is one of our projects for 2017. Read this excerpt from their website and partner with us as we partner with them.
Technology has opened many new doors for training in Africa. Ten years ago we could not have imagined a device that would allow us to supply an African pastor or teacher with hundreds of electronic books. Today, that possibility is a reality, and we have been able to bless hundreds of pastors and trainers with Kindles.
All over Africa we meet pastors who only have one Bible, and maybe two or three reference books in their personal library. Sometimes we meet pastors who only have a New Testament, or only a portion of a Bible.
Meet Pastor Paolo Nobrega
Paolo is a minister and Bible school student in Luanda, the capital of Angola. He exemplifies the kind of leader who desperately needs teaching, Bible study, and ministry resources like the ones we can send on a Kindle.
Paolo works with street youth and disabled children. He organizes a soccer camp (with 140 kids) and provides games and Bible studies for them each week. Paolo is the hands and feet of Jesus in their lives. For many of these kids, Paolo is how they get to know Jesus. He is their friend, big brother, and pastor! One of the stories Paolo will share is the miracle of Jesus’ birth. He will explain how the Savior of the world came from a humble place and a poor family (a situation these kids understand very well).
Like every African pastor, Paolo needs a special library of resources for such instances. He needs reference materials, ministry helps and Pentecostal theology to be able to prepare lessons and sermons. A Kindle will a library of books will offer all of these tools.
Provide a Kindle
Each Kindle contains over 900 books. For some pastors, a Kindle will be the only library they ever own.
We can provide a Kindle to a pastor for $100. Would you like to give one today?
We live in a world that is saturated in lies. Dominated by the Prince of this world who is the father of all lies. We need to know the truth because the Truth will set us free.
Jesus said, “Sanctify them by the truth; your word is truth.” John 17:17
- The Truth: It's Time for The Truth
- The Truth: Two Kingdoms
- The Truth: Big Lies and Little Lies
- The Truth: Why We Need Truth
- The Truth: Let's Talk Truth
- The Truth: Our Purpose
- The Truth: Two Worlds
- The Truth: Are We Missional?
- The Truth: Real and Simple
- The Truth: The Battle for the Mind; Part One
- The Truth: The Battle for the Mind; Part Two
"Nothing's Gonna Steal My Joy" is Joani Tabor's motto. This desire to have her life reflect God's joy is always at the forefront of her music. The impact on her listeners is unmistakable. Joani, with bubbling personality, conveys her enthusiastic faith in concert- and it is powerful. Worship music has the power to turn people to the heart of God and draw them to Him.
Joani Tabor is a blessed individual who shares her voice with the world- and the world responds. She has witnessed over 30,000 decisions for Christ in the past sixteen years and has no intention of stopping there.
Learn More about Joani Tabor on joanitabor.org.
Click here to listen to Joani's records online.
Pastor Petrucci started a new series, A Study in Ephesians. It's all about knowing who we are and then becoming who God says we are.
- Ephesians - Finding Our True Identity: Part 1
- Ephesians - Finding Our True Identity: Part 2
- Ephesians - Finding Our True Identity: Part 3
- Ephesians - Finding Our True Identity: Part 4a
- Ephesians - Finding Our True Identity: Part 4b
- Ephesians - Finding Our True Identity: Part 5a
- Ephesians - Finding Our True Identity: Part 5b
- Ephesians - Finding Our True Identity: Part 6
You're invited to join us for our annual Adult Christmas Dinner.
Sunday, December 11, 2016 at 5:30pm
Note: Attendees must be at least 18 years old.
Childcare with dinner will be provided for those ages 3-11. No diaper care.