WEDNESDAY EVENINGS: We are currently meeting every Wednesday evening, at 7pm over Zoom for a time of worship, Communion, prayer and preparation for our Victory Lane Mission (First Street). Please feel free to join us!
Please make sure Pastor Karen has your email address so she can send you the meeting link directly, in the future. Contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for the
SPECIAL ZOOM MEETING
MONDAY MAY 107-9 PM
IN TOUCH SPECIAL EDITION
SPRING INTO ACTION
COUNTERATTACK THE PANDEMIC
WE HAVE A UNIQUE ROLE IN THIS WAR
A leading epidemiologist has called this virus an evil intelligence. The Church, as the Body of Christ, is the restraining force against evil.
Believers have privileged access to the Throne of Grace, a ruling authority set up specifically to put the enemies of God and humanity under the feet of Jesus.
The apostolic and prophetic dimension of the ministry of Jesus through His body is the authorized channel of power from the throne.
Let us engage this enemy from our high ground.
NAC 2021 (National Apostolic Conference) will be delayed and rescheduled for Fall
NOTE: Audio sermons are no longer available. Please go to our Facebook Page in see our video sermons.
Thoughts of the week:
It's so good to see the love that is spreading through-out these days of hardship on our earth. Stories of people helping others, visiting (well distancing), those that are shut-in, encouraging words all over Facebook, the love towards God raising, the Church stepping up to care for those in need.
This looks a lot like unity.
That's just what God longs for...for His children...unity & love.
The Bible says, "We love because He first loved us."
It also says, "Jesus, He is THE way, THE truth, and THE life." That Jesus is the only way to the Father, and that the Father gave His only begotten Son, Jesus, to pay for all our sins, so that we could have a relationship with the Father and get to spend eternity in Heaven with Him.
Sounds like a win/win to me.
As the Covid-19 virus has taken so many from this earth...you will want to assure, that if you are taken, you know where you are going for eternity.
Why not except Jesus, into your heart, since he is the only way to the Father and eternity in Heaven.
So as I always ask...Why NOT Jesus?
INNER FREEDOM MINISTRY
Linda Wardhaugh has taken over scheduling appointments
for inner healing prayer ministry. You can call her at 705-687-6347.
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Great Sunday Service today!!! Thanks to the team and to all who joined us ... hope to see you next week.
Having a great time on our first Virtual Dinner!
People in Gravenhurst and surrounding areas, please know…we are praying for you and your families, as we walk the streets in your neighborhoods, and as we are isolated from you all. May God keep you and your families safe today and every day. GWC
The desire of Gateway Worship Centre is to encourage everyone to have a real encounter with God, where we can all be authentic before Him; free from all the things that hold us back from knowing God in a more intimate way. “Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is Freedom” 2 Cor 3:17.
E – Giving is available for one-time gifts,
as well as tithes.
It’s quick, easy and secure.
Simply eTransfer your gift, FROM YOUR BANK – ONLINE, to: email@example.com, the answer to the security question should be – giving.
Transfers will be collected every Sunday evening.
If you require a tax receipt please include your full name and address. (Note: We are a part of the Apostolic Church of Canada, therefore Tax receipts will be issued through our head office, at the ACC).
Paul states that believers should set aside a portion of their income in order to support the church.
(1 Cor 16:1-2).
We are to give as we are able. All tithes and offerings should be given with pure motives and an attitude of worship to God and service to the body of Christ.
“Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” (2 Corinthians 9:7)