. . . Therefore, as we see the day approaching and in the cause of global unity, we have been appointed to set up this network as a means for every believer in every nation to unite for this last day thrust before Christ’s return. This network does not elevate one person or ministry. God alone is glorified. Our only purpose is to bring the body of Christ together as mandated in Scripture (Jn. 17:11, 21-23; Rom. 15:6; Eph. 1:10) in a joint effort to maximize our efforts to reach all we can wherever we can before Christ returns. It is imperative that we break down denominational walls and link together on a worldwide scale and began to strengthen each other like never before in order- more
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Over the winter months of 2013, Philadelphia Christian Center of Bensalem Pennsylvania and Deliverance Evangelistic Church worked together on the streets of Philadelphia.
To God be the Glory.
We need to do more of this, It's time to break down the denominational walls and work together, to win souls to Our Lord Jesus Christ.…Continue
Prayer is the pulse of life; by it the doctor can tell what is the condition of the heart. The sin of prayerlessness is a proof for the ordinary Christian or minister that the life of God in the soul is in deadly sickness and weakness." - Andrew Murray
To all the workers of the Last Day Revival, I Hope you had a great Holy week and Passover week Celebration. Suddenly we've gone from winter Straight into the early summer with a great opportunity to hit the streets, and the Hedges of our nation and world. These are some photos of our Easter Saturday operation in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. We had over 20 workers with about 15 souls that came to the Lord, To God be the glory. One of our greatest concerns this year 2013 is the involvement of our young people in our churches concerning outreach. We want to see them get involved in ministering to those that are Lost in the streets, and in the Hedges and highways of our nation. Keep this in prayer in your church, because if our young people don't come behind us and pick up the banner this world, that we leave behind will continue to grow worse and worse.
How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher? (Romans 10:14…Continue
Following is a brief Summary of the Activities of DEC Drug Task Force Ministry.
The DTF ministry has been in existence for 25 plus years. It was officially founded in 1988 by Pastor Benjamin Smith, Sr. the late Pastor and founder of the Deliverance Evangelistic Church. Since then, the program has provided service to many thousands of individuals in the City of Philadelphia with various chemical dependencies. Pastor Smith wanted a format where men and women of the community can meet and talk openly of their struggle and have a biblical solution applied to their life. Long before Dr. Phil, and Dr. OZ, the Rap Session has been addressing the needs of the dependent in the community.
The program works in conjunction with many Drug Recovery Programs in the city which send their clients to the weekly two hour rap sessions held every Wednesday from 6:00-8:00 PM at the church. We also go to recovery program sites (currently once per month) and conduct sessions at their location. Class sizes vary from a few individuals to at time, above one hundred. Members of the church also refer friends or relatives to the classes and many just hear about the program from others and attend. The male and female classes are usually separated. In this way, individuals are free to express themselves and emotions (open up) in a raw uncut fashion without hang-ups or the fear of being judged by a spouse, girl friend or members of the opposite sex. Tears is not an uncommon thing during Rap Sessions. Also, the session leaders of both genders can address issues of their group in a more direct, unfiltered manner.
The aim of the rap session is to deal with the heart and soul of the individuals from the inside out. Not just to scare them…Continue