Navigating God's People Through Troubled Waters


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Where God Steps In
and Man Steps Down

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16392 Harper Avenue, Detroit, MI 48224–2616



Detroit Campus
16392 Harper Avenue
Detroit, MI 48224


Worship Service
Every Sunday 10:00 AM


Work it Out Wednesday
"Restoration Today" Taping
Every Wednesday 6:45 PM

 

 



Our Vision

 

One of the most profound (spiritually deep) statements that our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ said is found in His Sermon on the Mount in St. Matthew 7:12 where he states, "Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men shoulddo to you, do ye even so to them." In other words: Do unto them as you would have them do unto you. My prayer is that we draw nearer to the Lord daily, understanding that doing so enables us to have healthy relationships with one another.

It takes the Christ in us, by the power of the Holy Spirit to lead and guide us to these truths we desperately need in these last days. I see a people united spiritually, working together, edifying and loving one another. People who desire a loving relationship with the Lord, understanding that God is not the author of confusion and knowing that things must be done decently and in order. Not our will but the Lord’s will be done. Spiritual restoration is very important to me, as I believe there are many who have turned away from the Lord for various reasons, and need to be ministered to of His grace and mercy.

In this house it is our reasonable service to present ourselves to the Lord; living sacrifices willing to answer His call on our lives. In chapter 7 verses 15-20, the Lord admonishes us to:

"Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits, Do men gather grapes from thorn bushes or figs from thistles? Even so, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. THEREFORE BY THEIR FRUITS YOU WILL KNOW THEM."

The Great Commission is clear on the job description of those who follow after Christ: Go and make more disciples by every possible venue. We are first to go, take action; take initiative to reach the lost, outside of these four walls, outside of our normal parameters. Our job, at that time, is to teach – to instruct, to inform, to enlighten, to guide those who are trapped in utter darkness into the marvelous light.

Evangelism then, isn’t a suggestion but a mandate. The vision is to utilize every available resource to spread the good news, which is the Gospel. This includes and yet is not limited to the mediums of Radio, Television, Missions, and the Internet.