Anyone know of any good Pentecostal c...

Anyone know of any good Pentecostal churches around here?

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Pentecostal

London, KY

#1 Sep 1, 2008
Looking for a good Pentecostal church. Preferably a smaller one.
saved

Williamsburg, KY

#2 Sep 2, 2008
you would definitly want to check out Harvest Community Assembly of God. Pastor Mays is a great pastor and you will feel the love of the assembly as soon as you enter..They are on Commonwealth Ave. behind Belks and the trademart shopping center
help

United States

#3 Sep 2, 2008
try hazelfork in gray
Try London

Somerset, KY

#4 Sep 2, 2008
We go to First Pentecostal in London and attend Gene Huff's Sunday School class (9:45 a.m.) Gene Huff seems to be a very humble man and his class is very interesting. Old fashioned SS with life stories included, and very spiritual. My husband and I love it. The church building is very large, but the people are very welcoming and down to earth. You might give it a try, if you haven't already. Good luck to you where ever you go.
divorceme

Mayfield, KY

#5 Sep 3, 2008
Do you think any of the churches would accept someone that is still married but living with another man and about to have his baby? I know it sounds VERY bad but me and my husband broke up almost 2 years ago. He decided he didn't want to be with me anymore, and I had honestly had enough myself and just said fine go. Well, he refused time and time again to divorce me. I moved on with my life, I know it doesn't make it right, BUT I have been with this other guy for 1 year and 9 months. We are expecting our first baby in December. We plan to be married once I can get my ex to divorce me. I have been told numerous things that I can get a divorce anyway even if he won't agree, but heard that it would cost extra and I don't have extra money to put on that. And I also heard that I wouldn't be able to get a divorce with me being pregnant til the baby is heer and prove it isn't my ex's baby. I am torn because I want to live my life right and I want to raise my baby in church. I was raised in a pentecostal church and I am so lucky and thankful that my mother and grandparents raised me that way. I want to go to church but feel like maybe I wouldn't be welcome, maybe ppl would look at me like a hypocrite. Any suggestions?
Solid Rock

Austin, TX

#6 Sep 3, 2008
divorceme wrote:
Do you think any of the churches would accept someone that is still married but living with another man and about to have his baby? I know it sounds VERY bad but me and my husband broke up almost 2 years ago. He decided he didn't want to be with me anymore, and I had honestly had enough myself and just said fine go. Well, he refused time and time again to divorce me. I moved on with my life, I know it doesn't make it right, BUT I have been with this other guy for 1 year and 9 months. We are expecting our first baby in December. We plan to be married once I can get my ex to divorce me. I have been told numerous things that I can get a divorce anyway even if he won't agree, but heard that it would cost extra and I don't have extra money to put on that. And I also heard that I wouldn't be able to get a divorce with me being pregnant til the baby is heer and prove it isn't my ex's baby. I am torn because I want to live my life right and I want to raise my baby in church. I was raised in a pentecostal church and I am so lucky and thankful that my mother and grandparents raised me that way. I want to go to church but feel like maybe I wouldn't be welcome, maybe ppl would look at me like a hypocrite. Any suggestions?
No matter what your living arrangements, that is between you and God. If a church turns you away, or if people treat you bad cause of that, then thats blood on THEIR hands and is not very christian of them. I wouldnt wanna go to a church like that anyway. Theres a church in Barbourville called Solid Rock and its the best church I've ever been to. Very accepting and non-judgemental people. U should check it out

“Just Pray ! Zip it Up ! ”

Since: Aug 08

cOrBiN

#7 Sep 3, 2008
divorceme wrote:
Do you think any of the churches would accept someone that is still married but living with another man and about to have his baby? I know it sounds VERY bad but me and my husband broke up almost 2 years ago. He decided he didn't want to be with me anymore, and I had honestly had enough myself and just said fine go. Well, he refused time and time again to divorce me. I moved on with my life, I know it doesn't make it right, BUT I have been with this other guy for 1 year and 9 months. We are expecting our first baby in December. We plan to be married once I can get my ex to divorce me. I have been told numerous things that I can get a divorce anyway even if he won't agree, but heard that it would cost extra and I don't have extra money to put on that. And I also heard that I wouldn't be able to get a divorce with me being pregnant til the baby is heer and prove it isn't my ex's baby. I am torn because I want to live my life right and I want to raise my baby in church. I was raised in a pentecostal church and I am so lucky and thankful that my mother and grandparents raised me that way. I want to go to church but feel like maybe I wouldn't be welcome, maybe ppl would look at me like a hypocrite. Any suggestions?
Eastside Tabernacle Church of God. Comes as you are. God has more in store for you. Great Wed nite teaching 7pm - Sun morn 10am - Sun nite 6pm. Pastor Lee is awsome. AS you come God will mold you in to what he wants you to be. There is hope and peace in Jesus. Please come that would be great. Go north on hwy 25(London Hwy)at malfunction juction light 7 It's the Church on the right side not even a half a mile up London Hwy on the rt.
divorceme

Mayfield, KY

#8 Sep 3, 2008
Thanks. I really do appreciate that. I do want to get in church again. I want my baby to have good morals and have Faith in God and know that even when he feels alone in life, that he can turn to God and God will accept him. There is a few chats on this site going on about me and my life, I can't do anything about them but I am above what everyone says. I know I am not perfect, but didn't Jesus die for OUR sins? I do appreciate the kind words and it goes give me some hope. Thanks to you all.
Grace

Elyria, OH

#9 Sep 3, 2008
I recommend going to Grace Fellowship Assembly of God in London. I started going there a couple of years ago after going through a rough time in my life. Everyone welcomed me in. It doesn't matter what your background is, they still love you. It's also a very diverse congregation. Not necessarily diverse in race but in economic status. You have people who have lots of money and you have people who have very little, but everyone is treated the same. Jeans and t-shirt or suit and tie.
come as you are

Corbin, KY

#10 Sep 10, 2008
divorceme wrote:
Do you think any of the churches would accept someone that is still married but living with another man and about to have his baby? I know it sounds VERY bad but me and my husband broke up almost 2 years ago. He decided he didn't want to be with me anymore, and I had honestly had enough myself and just said fine go. Well, he refused time and time again to divorce me. I moved on with my life, I know it doesn't make it right, BUT I have been with this other guy for 1 year and 9 months. We are expecting our first baby in December. We plan to be married once I can get my ex to divorce me. I have been told numerous things that I can get a divorce anyway even if he won't agree, but heard that it would cost extra and I don't have extra money to put on that. And I also heard that I wouldn't be able to get a divorce with me being pregnant til the baby is heer and prove it isn't my ex's baby. I am torn because I want to live my life right and I want to raise my baby in church. I was raised in a pentecostal church and I am so lucky and thankful that my mother and grandparents raised me that way. I want to go to church but feel like maybe I wouldn't be welcome, maybe ppl would look at me like a hypocrite. Any suggestions?
I attend Eastside Church of God also and we would love to have you. We have great programs for people of all ages. We have a nursery, school ages from preschool to highschool. We have a great youth program! We also have a young adult group that you may enjoy. We get together once a month and have food and play games and have a bible study. We have a great time. There are also senior adult groups as well. Like I said, something for the whole family.

God cares about you and loves you. Come and let God help you through all of your problems. What seems like an impossible situation to us, is nothing to God. I pray that we will see you soon! God Bless!
Hmm

Somerset, KY

#11 Sep 10, 2008
"Commandment One: No Other Gods"
"Commandment Two: No Other Idols"
"Commandment Three: No Swearing"
"Commandment Four: Keep the Sabbath Day Holy"
"Commandment Five: Honour Your Father and Mother"
"Commandment Six: Do Not Murder"
"Commandment Seven: Do Not Commit Adultery - What Jesus Says About Purity"
"Commandment Eight: Do Not Steal"
"Commandment Nine: Don't Lie"
"Commandment Ten: Do Not Covet"
Hmm

Somerset, KY

#12 Sep 10, 2008
Galatians 5:19 says, “The acts of the sinful nature are obvious: sexual immorality, impurity and debauchery; idolatry and witchcraft; hatred, discord, jealousy, fits of rage, selfish ambition, dissensions, factions and envy; drunkenness, orgies, and the like. I warn you, as I did before, that those who live like this will not inherit the kingdom of God.”
Hmm

Somerset, KY

#13 Sep 10, 2008
It is the churches strayings from what is written in the Bible that have forced so many from churches. So many are assuming that all someone has to do is sin and ask to be forgiven and all is good. But doesn't the request for forgiveness need to be sincere and shouldn't the person that asks be truly regretful of their actions? And would a person that was truly regretful of their actions continue to live in those actions?
just wondering

Frankfort, KY

#14 Sep 10, 2008
Hmm wrote:
It is the churches strayings from what is written in the Bible that have forced so many from churches. So many are assuming that all someone has to do is sin and ask to be forgiven and all is good. But doesn't the request for forgiveness need to be sincere and shouldn't the person that asks be truly regretful of their actions? And would a person that was truly regretful of their actions continue to live in those actions? does the bible not also say "judge not, lest ye be judged"???
does the bible not also say "judge not, lest ye be judged"?
Really

Somerset, KY

#15 Sep 10, 2008
And he without sin, cast the first stone.
just wondering

Frankfort, KY

#16 Sep 10, 2008
Really wrote:
And he without sin, cast the first stone.
amen!!!!
Corbin Christian

United States

#17 Sep 10, 2008
Dayspring Worship Center is a good church. They have a new pastor. They have a website you can look at www.dayspringworshipcenter.org check them out
Good Lord Just Wondering

Somerset, KY

#18 Sep 10, 2008
Please state what was judging? It was stating fact. I love how the Bible beaters love to attack the Bible readers for ACTUALLY knowing what the Bible says.

I bet those of your that would embrace an adultress carrying a child not of her husband's are the same ones that look down your nose at the man with the tattoos and leather vests, or the kids with the piercings and funky clothes.

DO not call me judgemental for stating what you would know if you were reading that Bible of yours instead of just using it for ornamental purposes.
come as you are

Corbin, KY

#19 Sep 12, 2008
Hmm wrote:
It is the churches strayings from what is written in the Bible that have forced so many from churches. So many are assuming that all someone has to do is sin and ask to be forgiven and all is good. But doesn't the request for forgiveness need to be sincere and shouldn't the person that asks be truly regretful of their actions? And would a person that was truly regretful of their actions continue to live in those actions?
All I was saying is that no church should turn anyone away. GOD can help her see her sins and he forgives. If she is truely sorry, of course. I didn't say that her situation was okay. The bible does say that you have to confess your sins. I can't judge her and know that she isn't truely sorry for whatever sin she has. I also can not judge and say she isn't worthy to come to church. If she isn't worthy, then neither am I. None of us are worthy, but God forgives us and gives a chance. Of course, you have to ask for forgiveness and truely and geniunely be sorry. If not, you will NOT be forgiven. But when someone is seeking a place to find that forgiveness, why say that they aren't allowed to? Jesus, when he was teaching, went to where to worst people were, to preach and minister to them. If anyone out there is hurting and needs a place to find peace and forgiveness, find a church and go and listen to the word of God and let God speak to your heart. I am sorry if I made it sound like all you have to do is ask for forgiveness and keep on doing what your doing. You have to ask, and be sorry and stop doing things that are sinful. But only God can help you to do that, you can't just stop things on your own without the help of God. If anyone asking about church, I feel like they are truely being dealt with and are searching for answers. Go somewhere where you can find what you are searching for.

God Bless.
duh

London, KY

#22 Sep 12, 2008
Hmm wrote:
It is the churches strayings from what is written in the Bible that have forced so many from churches. So many are assuming that all someone has to do is sin and ask to be forgiven and all is good. But doesn't the request for forgiveness need to be sincere and shouldn't the person that asks be truly regretful of their actions? And would a person that was truly regretful of their actions continue to live in those actions?
Who did Jesus run to? was it not the liars, the thieves, the ones who needed him? God says to work out your own salvation. I was living with a man without being married when I got saved, God knew my situation and saved me in it. He understands that we're human, we make mistakes and sometimes make them over and over until we get it right. He worked my situation out and my then "live in" boyfriend is now my husband and father of my child. I couldnt be more blessed. God says "come as you are", and thats what he means. He'll fix the rest for you.

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