“If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and heal their land” (2 Chronicles 7:14)Looking for more ways to pray in your life? One great new tool is out there and has … Read More
We’re looking to add a tool to your fast that I know will help you grow in prayer and will be an aid in your fast. We’ll be offering our congregation four video sessions with author and pastor Mark Batterson. This four-session video-based study will help participants gain a deeper understanding of prayer and, in turn, make a more consistent … Read More
Click the “Play” triangle below to see the commerical that’s playing on Comcast in the Lafayette, Indiana area from now through Christmas Eve! Join us for all that’s coming up!
Cool stuff going on! Check out this link to see a commercial about the concert and Christmas Eve Services. It will be airing on Comcast over the next couple weeks. Help us spread the word on Facebook by joining our church’s group page and sharing the commercial posted there. At the Christmas Concert and the Christmas Eve Service, there will be … Read More
Saturday, December 8, 2012 at 6:30PM, First Assembly in Lafayette, Indiana will embark on a new kind of large outreach at Christmastime! We’ll be hoping to gather together hundreds of family for a fun Christmas show experience with plenty of music, dance, skits, heaps of laughter, and giveaways. To pull this off, we need your involvement! We’d like to ask … Read More
If you’re interested in helping victims of superstorm Sandy, I’d like to point you to Convoy of Hope, the compassion and disaster relief agency that the Assemblies of God often partners with. To be able to learn more about them and donate to victims of Sandy on the East Coast, click here!
Just a quick note to explain some of the sanctuary renovation that is underway, as I didn’t mention it in the second service this morning. On Thursday, I saw that chairs were being removed from the sanctuary floor. While I knew the chairs were coming out to make room for platforms for sound boards and cameras, I didn’t realize it … Read More