The Church of God is a family-oriented, spirit-led, bible-believing and sabbath-keeping church.
We invite you out for our Sabbath service on Saturday mornings at 10:30am and our Bible Study on Wednesday evenings at 7pm.
Pastor Fred Flick, his wife Shirley, and the Jonesboro congregation welcome you!
May God Bless you!
• Quality individual relationships with God through Jesus Christ
• Genuine New Testament ministry for all believers, both clergy and laity
• Reaching the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ
• Helping those who are in need of food, clothing, and shelter
• The proper and orderly operation of the Holy Spirit with all His gifts and graces
• Restoration of the Judaic heritage of the church
• Restoration of Biblical forms and systems of worship
Our focus is restoration...the restoration of God's kingdom and restoration of His system of praise and worship in preparation for Jesus' return.
We wish to thank you for visiting our website and our hope is that you will find something that blesses you spiritually and also causes you to investigate more thoroughly the workings and worship of The Church of God.
Won't you join us in our quest to fulfill the New Testament ministry of sharing God's truth, meeting man's needs, and therby to be the Bible church?
The Spirit of Evangelism is the one of the Seven Spirits of God that is concerned with keeping believers aflame with the Holy Spirit. Evangelism is responsible for stirring us up and keeping us from becoming lukewarm. While it is understood by most Christians to be a soul-saving Spirit, it also is to keep believers on fire for God.
KEY TEXT: "So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spew thee out of my mouth” (Revelation 3:16).
1. The Spirit of Evangelism is closely related in nature to the ministerial gift of evangelist. To give
greater definition to the work of evangelism, Consider the fact that the gift of evangelism was given
“for the perfecting of saints” (Ephesians 4: 11-12). See how this job description expands upon
traditional views of evangelism.
2. For further clarification of the nature of evangelism's work, consider II Timothy 4:1-5, where Paul
instructs in the work of the ministry, then concludes by enjoining Timothy to "do the work of an
3. When evangelism is not working, Christians grow lukewarm in their personal experience with God
and in their relationship with the church. Analyze the condition of the Laodicean church in
Revelation 3:17. Compare the statement of Revelation 3:18, "anoint thine eyes with eye salve"
with the nature and work of evangelism. Notice also the imperative of verse 19, "Be zealous."
How does evangelism help us to possess and express the zeal of the Lord of hosts?
4. An important part of the work of evangelism is the stirring up of the memory of God's people to
the truths of the Scriptures and the operation of the Holy Spirit. Consider this purpose in light of II
5. Some of the more far-reaching implications of the ministry of evangelism can be seen in the life and work of Philip, the evangelist of the Early Church. Consider Acts 8:5-13, 29-30, 40. Consider the manner in which the Spirit of Evangelism works through revival to keep us up-to-date spiritually
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