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Watch: Bitten, but not infected!

A glimpse into the reaction to Bishop’s message during Family & Friends Service today!

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Final Day: Bishop Nelson gives a faith forecast


“It’s going to rain,” Bishop Nelson prophesied on Sunday, the last day of Bishop Pendleton’s 23rd Pastoral Celebration. “And no umbrellas are allowed.” Bishop Nelson read the following rainy-day scriptures 1 Kings 18:41-45, Zechariah 10:1 and James 5:17, for a message on the abundance and overflow that is sure to saturate the saints based on their faith in the Lord.

Congratulations to Bishop and First Lady Pendleton.

Congratulations to Bishop and First Lady Pendleton!

Day 1: Elder Fields kicks off Pastoral Celebration
Day 2: Bishop Brooks urges us to ‘stand’
Day 3: Bishop Leslie: God will restore you
Day 4: Bishop Johnson says ‘Get your praise on’
Day 5: Elder Jenkins teaches on the ‘things’ of life

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Last word: Bishop Pendleton wraps up the service.

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Day 3: Bishop Leslie: God will restore you


Bishop Leslie, of the Church of Jesus Christ, preached a message of restoration out of the third verse of the 23rd Psalm, on Wednesday. It was the third day of Bishop Pendleton’s Pastoral Celebration. The psalm “The Lord is my shepherd” was written by David, a shepherd-turned-warrior king. When David sinned, he recognized the Lord as his shepherd, and the restorer of his soul, Bishop Leslie said. He stressed the importance of the prophet Nathan, as the man of God that revealed David’s sin. At altar call Bishop Leslie urged congregants to confess their sins and seek urgent restoration with the Lord.

Day 1: Elder Fields kicks off Pastoral Celebration
Day 2: Bishop Brooks urges us to stand

Bishop Pendleton and Bishop Leslie after the service.

Bishop Pendleton and Bishop Leslie.

Get the schedule of services at graceapostolicchurch.net.

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