The New "Jill's Corner"

Jill's Corner

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There, you will find vibrant testimonies, prayer petitions, and bible verses to feed and lift your spirit.

Internacional INT/CLM Convention 2016

INT Convention 2016

Preparations are well under way for our International 2016 Convention in Puerto Rico...

This year, the convention will be taking place in the Puerto Rico Convention Center, on April 23-24.

Start preparing to join us in this glorious annual event in which we will be praising and worshiping our Lord in a 48-hour joyful meeting...

The Church and the Recent Supreme Court Decision

The Church and the Recent Supreme Court Decision

Since the recent Supreme Court decision to allow gay marriages in all 50 states (June 26, 2015), I have been asked about our church's doctrinal viewpoint on the issue.

I believe however, that a concise answer must include certain social viewpoints, therefore it is not as easy as citing a few Biblical quotations.

 

Read the message...Bishop David A. Barlock

 

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Pastor Jill Barlock and
Bishop David A. Barlock,
Superintendent

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Vision For Our Fellowship

My vision is to see a multicultural council of churches, led by anointed men and women who are not bound by denominational walls, who willingly submit to the anointing upon each others ministries, whose primary interest is to serve and not to be served. I believe in a church that can cross international frontiers, preaching the same doctrine while accepting different methods;a church that accepts diversity as a blessing and yet discerns and excludes those who are selfishly ambitious.