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International Conference: Encounter God

Encounter God, be refreshed, be restored, be healed. Get ready to experience a wonderful time in the presence of the Lord.Bring the lost, sick and oppressed and they will be healed. Walter Shaidi will be joining us from Word of Faith Christian Centre, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. Friday 15th August 2014 6.00pm Saturday 16th August […]

Jon Fiddy Meetings

Living Faith Church will be hosting some special meetings on Saturday 5th July, when Revd. Jon Fiddy and Pastor Debbie Fiddy will be visiting us from 1.00pm to 4.00pm with 2 sessions on New World Order & Signs and Wonders. We will have fellowship, refreshments, questions and Jon will be preaching and teaching.

Seven Reasons Why Every Believer Should Speak in Tongues – By Rev. Kenneth E. Hagin The Apostle Paul wrote and spoke much about the subject of speaking in other tongues, and he apparently practiced what he preached, for he said, “I thank my God, I speak with tongues more than ye all” (1 Cor. 14:18). […]

Taking Refuge

In the medieval world, farmers would care for their crops until an enemy appeared on the horizon. Then they would flee with their families to their fortified city for protection from the marauders. The city of Carcassonne has been a refuge for generations. Built in the 5th century bc, this stone fortress has provided protection […]

Christmas Lights

In December each year, a neighborhood of 13 families near where we live sets up a dazzling display of 300,000 Christmas lights. People drive for miles and wait in line for hours to see the flashing, colorful lights and hear the music that is programmed to go with it. The sound-and-light display is so elaborate […]

Praise Him!

When you understand how important praise is for your victory in life you’ll see why it is vital to praise God every day. Praise Him, lift your arms and thank Him. The worse the situation, the more power there is in praise because the more faith it takes to praise. When you are weak then […]

More Than Enough

When I entertained a large group in my home, I feared that the menu I planned wouldn’t be enough to serve all the guests. I shouldn’t have worried though. Several friends unexpectedly brought additional items and all of us were able to enjoy the surprise surplus. We had more than enough and were able to […]

Eureka Stone

In 1867 on a farm in South Africa, 15-year-old Erasmus Jacobs saw a stone glistening in the sun. The shining rock was eventually reported to a neighbor, who wanted to buy it from the family. Not knowing its value, Erasmus’ mother told the neighbor, “You can just keep the stone, if you want it.” Eventually, […]