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Bro Mike Cox Ministers
Bro Nate Lawrence
Sunday May 29th, 2011

Pastor Doug Rice opened service with a praise to God for all the men and women of the U.S. armed services. He then asked Bro Nate Lawrence to minister on his saxophone.
Bro Lawrence played the National Anthem, on his sax, in honor of those individuals. He followed that with an excellent message from Hebrews 11:4, titled "An Excellent God Deserves and Excellent Sacrifice".

Bro Lawrence preached that reverence towards righteous things are in decline and how lackadaisical approaches to the things of God are running rampant.
Bro Lawrence challenged us to offer our highest praise, and went on to quote Matthew 5:16, explaining that our light should shine before men, glorifying God our Father. He taught that our witness and testimony can save those who are watching.
At the end of service, renewals of sacrifice and committments to God were made at the altar.

Bro Wagoner visits Landmark
Bro Lipe

Bro Lipe ministered Sunday Evening, October 9th. He used scripture from Isaiah 49:14-16 and preached a powerful message on the dry spots we often times feel in our walk with God.
"But Zion said, The LORD hath forsaken me, and my Lord hath forgotten me. Can a woman forget her sucking child, that she should not have compassion on the son of her womb? yea, they may forget, yet will I not forget thee.


Behold, I have graven thee upon the palms of my hands; thy walls are continually before me".

He reiterated time and again, the importance of waiting on the Lord by faith, and not by emotion; citing that walking, according to your emotions, will take you on a rollercoaster ride, oftentimes ending in tragedy.
Bro Lipe taught that the Lord has promised to not forget, let alone, forsake His people. He has inscribed us in the palms of His hands.

Our Members Testimonials

"April 26th was a very special day for me. Not just any special day; it was my 50th anniversary of being filled with the Holy Ghost.

I am so thankful that Jesus chose me out of billions and billions of people in this world to serve Him.

When I look back over the years, there have been many, many battles fought. I've won some, and the scars in my life show that I've lost some, as well; but I'm still in the war!

I can still take you to the very spot in the Apostolic Church of Belleville, where He filled me. I was the first one receiving the Holy Ghost in our new church. Rev Clarence Smith was our Pastor, and the Evangelist was Earnest Jolly.

Thank you, Jesus, for your saving grace and for dying on that old rugged cross for my sins!"

-Verlin Fritchley

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