• Panel Discussion, Wednesday, February 13, 2019
  • Lydia

    $5.00
    Lydia (The woman who prays; does business; worships; is receptive and hospitable) There’re so many incredible stories of many women in the bible that many people are not aware of; women who were very instrumental in reaching Europe and Asia with the gospel. I want to encourage all of you, especially women, to study the bible and search for stories that can be beneficial in your pursuit of Jesus Christ and God’s will for your life on the earth. Speaker: Bishop Fernandez 5/12/19
  • To have a successful journey through life requires you to take responsibility of your role in the process. Your successful outcome in all areas of life hangs on you doing your part in the process. You can have faith, speak faith and make declarations, but if you don’t play your part by doing what it takes to get you where you want to be in life, it will all end with you being frustrated and an emotional wreck. The body of Christ lacks consistency and stability.
  • Today makes a pivotal point in our lives. It is a pivotal point, because we are closing out the first half of this year. And as we move forward into the next half of this year, we must take time to reflect on the past. As we look toward what God has for us in the future, we must look into the rear view mirror and be grateful for the things God has done for us. Psalm 9:1 ESV “I will give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart; I will recount all of your wonderful deeds.”
  • Psalm 34:18 ESV "The Lord is near to the broken-hearted and saves the crushed in spirit."

    Brokenness is something most people spend their entire lives avoiding.  Yet, they fail to understand that wisdom, strength and strong faith is developed through brokenness.  There's no benefit in complaining or arguing with God about why you are experiencing brokenness in your life.  I can assure you, if you grow through your brokenness, you will develop confidence in God and self-confidence.

    Speaker:  Bishop Fernandez  2/3/19

  • Enduring the Process Series 1 of 3 It is certain that, as you venture through your spiritual journey, you are likely to face temptations, tests or trials of some kind. As the Bible warns, many are the afflictions of the righteous. As Christians, we should expect and be prepared for such challenging times while on this journey of faith. But none of those things should cause us to become distracted to the point of taking our eyes off our true calling and purpose, which is to point people to Jesus Christ by sharing the Good News of the gospel. These three powerful teachings will show you how to stand strong as you face the challenges that come with running your spiritual race, and help you navigate through the process on the way to fulfilling your purpose of sharing the message. Series includes three teachings, including The Process vs. The Message, It’s Already Done! and Don’t Go It Alone.
  • Powerful message ministered by Bishop Henry Fernandez at The Faith Center on 03/12/2017.
  • Enduring the Process Series:  2 of 3 “The Process vs. The Message.” It’s a message I believe will totally change the way you look at whatever negative situations you face. You can receive a copy of this revealing teaching by sending a love gift of $20 in support of this ministry.
  • Date: Sunday, June 23, 2019 Speaker: Mrs. Folorunso Alakija
  • Ephesians 5:15-17 NIV "15Be very careful, then, how you live-not as unwise but as wise, 16making the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. 17Therefore do not be foolish, but understand what the Lord's will is." We are approximately 7 weeks before Passover; and historically, God always releases at least 7 specific blessings. It's my hope that none of you will miss these blessings because they are available to those who are in covenant with God. Many people believe that their chances of being blessed are not good because of the challenges they face and the evil directed at them. But let me say to you, faith and obedience will always get you the best results in life.
  • Powerful message ministered by Bishop Henry Fernandez at The Faith Center on 03/11/2018.