We believe that Jesus is no longer on the cross. Our Lord has risen. We are saved by our personal prayer and his salvation mercy. We are the Church.Do you know that there are many ways to include your Christian faith in your daily life experiences? Not everyone is called to preach or facilitate, not everyone is called to work in actual ministry.
No longer "Touch of Faith Ministry" though, it took a touch of faith to get me to this point in Christian fellowship.
Biblically, how can we actually hear without a pastor?
For whom God calls he annoints. He annoints to allow those who follow his annointed ones to hear his Word.
Described below is the marketing description outline, or press release kit to the general public for this fellowship.
God In Christs Purpose Assembly (Ministry). c. 2016 - 2019. All rights reserved.
Gathered Before the Lord Street Ministry
(Customer Care and Encouragement Ministry)
To provide customer care/customer service, to help make a shopping or service experience more productive at our local businesses. To provide encouragement to aspiring, new, and consistent fine artists and entrepreneurs (including staff, supervisors and managers). I would suggest gathering of at least two faith believers during such informal fellowship actions. Participate in greeting and general conversation with other faith believers who may be at the venue.
God in Christ's Purpose Assembly Group Meeting
(Building ministry, bible church assembly)
God in Christ's Purpose Assembly (GICPA)
God in Christs Purpose Assembly
We are the one Church. We are God's people if we believe in the grace of Jesus, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit: The belief in the Holy Trinity--God, Holy Spirit, and Jesus.
To participate in devotion socials as to the involvement of the one, supernatural, church-kinship assembly defined in the Holy Bible (Source: King James Version). This, that, we practice and have labeled as "Christianity". We are Christians. We are Christian faith believers.
Motto: We are Christians. We are the Church, on purpose, with unique purposes.
For those new to Christianity, or new faith believers, Sherlene Stevens is not an ordained preacher or has a degree in religious leadership. You may here someone referencing her as Motivational Speaker, the Group Meeting Overseer, Group Meeting Facilitator, Assembly Care Overseer, Woman of God, Child of God, Charismatic Leader, Religious Leader, Pastor, Rev, Ms. Rev, or Minister. However, she refers to herself as a female who participates in tasks within the vision of Jesus's Church system.
A Message From Sherlene Stevens
Dear Sir or Madam:
As the group-meeting devotion leader, my job is to provide organizational leadership and guide actions of Christian principles. To act as overseer to aspiring, new, and acknowledged Christian faith believers during gatherings of worshipping our Lord and Savior. To counsel my meeting members in personal, social development in actions of being a scripture-based believer, and of Christian salvation so that they and I may be a part of God's everlasting life preserved for his people, in the new Jerusalem with the holy trinity of God--God, Holy Spirit, and Jesus.
We are the spiritual family of our Lord God.
In this 21st century, many things have changed; the foundations of God's word has not. Each day, new technologies are being created. We are learning of improved historical accuracies of the Holy Bible. It is my belief, in honoring our God, that the best accounts of God's words is translated in the King James Version edition bible. There may be other religious leaders who may believe differently and that the modern, everyday language translations, or new version bible editions are just as accurate. And that's okay.
In closing, I will not and do not participate in any confrontation of the principles of my religious leadership--a compilation of a lot of years of my own personal experiences in various religious places of worship. There should not be any rivalry of the activities of our one-and-true-living God, and his church formation. By no means am I suggesting that a business leadership degree is equivalent to a spiritual degree. Because of my leadership major college background, it probably wouldn't take me the average 2-10 years to complete a degree in theological training. I have completed a few courses that would be applicable--if I would like to proceed in actions of official ordination. At this time, however, I would rather focus on simply personal and family devotion leadership and conversations to the people that the Holy Spirit calleth to this assembly.
The God of peace shall be with you, [Sincerely,]
Sherlene D. Stevens