basics

Seeing signs of a dead church? How to take an autopsy

During the Fall Session of the D.C., D.E., M.D., District Council of the PAW, Inc., Pastor Michael Barber, of Dominion Apostolic Ministries, discussed how to examine the Body of Christ. He advised that churches prioritize soul-winning, as the heartbeat of God, by inspiring the Body and putting people in a position to see God move and have defining moments.

As a Council, we’re in the process of becoming one and beginning to move as a unit, but we have to capture the heartbeat of God. And whether or not, there is growth, we shouldn’t have to wait until something dies until we have an examination. How many churches die because they didn’t take an autopsy? (more…)

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Bishop takes us further back in ‘Basics’ Part II

Watch the second installment of Bishop Pendleton’s “Let’s get back to basics” message. (In case you missed it, here’s Part I).


(Courtesy of Min. Gravette; footage by Bro. Khalil Williams)

Did the sermon take you back to basics? Describe what you got from the message in the comments. (To hear the sermon in its entirety fill out a CD order form at graceapostolicchurch.net, and mail it to 4417 Dix Street, NE, Washington, D.C., 20019.)

Bishop: ‘Let’s get back to basics (the Word)’

Did you miss Sunday’s service or wish you had taken notes? Catch an excerpt of the sermon from Bishop Pendleton, as he teaches on getting back to the Word and starting the revival in you.


(Courtesy of Min. Gravette; footage by Bro. Khalil Williams)

Stay tuned for: Part II of Bishop’s dynamic message. To hear the sermon in its entirety fill out a CD order form at graceapostolicchurch.net, and mail it to 4417 Dix Street, NE, Washington, D.C., 20019.