Sunday October 5th-HIV Awareness
Sunday October 12th- Domestic Violence Awareness (Join us in wearing purple)
Sunday October 19th- Lupus Awareness
Sunday October 26th- Breast Cancer Awareness (Don’t forget your pink)
All the way from Daystar in Nairobi, Kenya… Touring the USA to raise funds for student scholarships at Daystar University
Afrizo is a singing group made up of Daystar University students. Afrizo sings music from South, Central, and East Africa, drawing on rich African traditions. Their music combines English, Swahili, and other African languages, dance, and story-telling about how Daystar is equipping servant leaders for Africa.
September 11-13, Garfield Park Community Worship Center will host, Arise and Be Blessed Bible Conference and Holy Convocation. Pastor Fields will join this dynamic team of conference speakers on Sat. September 13th. Early Registration ends September 8th. Find out how to register below.
Arise and Be Blessed Conference Info
By Pastor Cy Fields
Consistency is an unrecognized secret ingredient to success. Now, before you condemn me as a heretic, please here me out. One of the ways the enemy gets an advantage in the church, among believers, and in ministries is through the practice of “Inconsistency.” The practice of inconsistency in our spiritual lives, church ministry, personal pursuits, and leadership responsibilities will frustrate what God wants to do. A key to a strong church and growing in discipleship is “consistency” among the entire membership. Churches becomes a stronger healthier church when the membership is consistent to the fundamental spiritual disciplines of prayer, praise & worship, bible study, giving service, and church attendance. Imagine all the church members being diligently consistent in these areas. The power generated in the local church would change people and communities.
1st Corinthians 15:58 says, “Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord. In Matthew 6:24 Jesus says, “No person can serve two masters.” A disciple of Christ must be consistent in behavior and thought in both public and private. Inconsistency will render a ministry and Christian ineffective. The more you don’t consistently attend church, the more you don’t consistently give, the more you don’t consistently pray, etc. will retard growth and circumvent power. What’s a definition of ‘hypocrite?’ … A person who’s inconsist. Do something godly every day.