Full Gospel Assemblies Navigating Pandemic Challenges

Whether it be in the eastern, central or western states of the USA or throughout Latin America, Asia, or Africa, the Church is being called to a new level of innovation for offering ministry. Gatherings are being scheduled in small groups. Sanctuaries may need to be divided to accommodate social distancing. Services and fellowships are being held in outdoor settings, or with a mixed offering of In-Person and online. All of these changes and accommodations, and more, are being offered in order to meet guidelines and safety measures in these challenging times.

And the good news is…. The Lord’s work is continuing!
Will You Share Your Story?

God’s people need to be encouraged.  Your fellow FG pastors, church workers and evangelists will be strengthened by your story of what God is doing in your midst while you give the gospel message.  The Apostle Paul wrote to the church of the Thessalonians of their (Paul, Silvanus, and Timothy) thankfulness and prayers before God for the church.  1Thessalonians 1:6-8 NKJ states that the Thessalonians “became followers in the Lord during much affliction, with joy of the Holy Spirit”.  And that during this time, the Word of the Lord was “sounded forth in” every place.     

So it is today! The word of the Lord is being sounded in the midst of much affliction, with joy of the Holy Spirit!  Your story will bring encouragement to others!   Submit your story of how the word is being sounded by your church or outreach ministry in this challenging time!  Photographs are welcome.  Edits for publishing here in the Pentecost Today will be completed by the FGA team. Please share your story today!!

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