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Living Word of Faith Church
Living Word of Faith is a non-denominational church.
 
We believe that church should be a place that is full of life, excitement, and the transforming presence of God. When you visit you will experience just that. Our worship is high energy and passionate, we teach from the Bible in a powerful but practical way, and we love others compassionately.

From the quality nursery and fun-filled children's service to the relevant, inspiring teaching, there is something for everyone! Most importantly, you'll experience the presence of God.

But rather than let us tell you about it, come check it out for yourself!
Our new place of worship

349 North Cherry Lane

Suite A
White Settlement , Texas 76108

Every Sunday at 11 a.m.

Prayer every Thursday at 7 p.m.

Men of Valor Ministry

Becoming a Man of Valor

A man of valor keeps Jesus as Lord. To honor Jesus Christ through worship, prayer, and obedience to God's Word in the power of the Holy Spirit.

A man of valor keeps his word. To pursue vital relationships with his wife, children and those around him by keeping his word.

A man of valor keeps biblical values. To build strong marriages and families through love, protection, and biblical values.

A man of valor keeps pure. To practice spiritual, moral, ethical, and sexual purity.

A man of valor gives his complete support. To support the mission of the church by honoring and praying for his pastors, and by actively giving his time and resources.

A man of valor keeps unity.  To reach beyond any racial and denominational barriers to demonstrate the power of biblical unity.

A man of valor lives by example.  To influence his world, being obedient to the Great Commandment and the Great Commission.

 

Our ministry is about changing lives—both for this life and for eternity.

We are committed as a family of believers to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with lost men, women and children throughout South Asia who have still not heard His precious name.

We rejoice to see the mighty works of God as individual lives are transformed and whole villages experience the love of Christ.

We join our hearts to be the hands and feet of Jesus, for such a time as this. Together, by His Spirit, we can reach this generation.

"'Not by might - nor by power, but by My Spirit,' says the LORD of hosts." — Zechariah 4:6

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Women of Faith Ministry

What Defines a Woman of Faith

A woman of faith fears the Lord.  It is the acknowledgment that He is God and is to be obeyed, but also that He is your safety and shelter, that no one may harm you under his protection.

A woman of faith trusts in the Lord, which means trusting in His promises, and therefore follow in keeping their own promises.

A woman of faith keeps herself in the word. She keeps herself a woman of faith by being continually refreshed in the Word, by learning (since we never stop doing that).

A woman of faith prays. Don't let anyone tell you there is a right and wrong way. Is there a right and wrong way to talk to your mom? Your dad? When you need to, He listens. Many women of faith set time aside during a certain part of the day to spend solely with God. Like any relationship, communication is important. But prayer is not only one ended; it is good to be silent also. Sometimes He puts things on our hearts when we choose to listen.

A woman of faith has fellowship, whether it is church service, Bible study, women's fellowship, a day with the girls, anything! Fellowship has no limits, really. When you come together with other believers, that's fellowship!

A woman of faith overcomes problems and persecutions. It is how she deals with it that defines her as a woman of faith. A woman of faith doesn't use her misfortunes as excuses. Misfortune happens, but we should never allow that to deter our trust in the Lord.

A woman's beauty is defined by her spiritual life. A woman of faith, who's trust is in Christ, is beautiful to God. To her family and friends, she is trustworthy, loving, and praised.
And she is a threat to the enemy.

Weekly Message By Pastor Albert  

Look, Love and Lift 

 
 
 
John 13:34–35 (NLT) — 34 So now I am giving you a new commandment: Love each other. Just as I have loved you, you should love each other. 35 Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples.
 
John 15:12–13 (NLT) — 12 This is my commandment: Love each other in the same way I have loved you. 13 There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. John 15:17 (NLT) — This is my command: Love each other.
 
1 John 3:11 (NLT) — This is the message you have heard from the beginning: We should love one another.
 
2 Samuel 9:1–13 (NLT) — 1 One day David asked, “Is anyone in Saul’s family still alive—anyone to whom I can show kindness for Jonathan’s sake?” 2 He summoned a man named Ziba, who had been one of Saul’s servants. “Are you Ziba?” the king asked. “Yes sir, I am,” Ziba replied. 3 The king then asked him, “Is anyone still alive from Saul’s family? If so, I want to show God’s kindness to them.” Ziba replied, “Yes, one of Jonathan’s sons is still alive. He is crippled in both feet.” 4 “Where is he?” the king asked. “In Lo-debar,” Ziba told him, “at the home of Makir son of Ammiel.” 5 So David sent for him and brought him from Makir’s home. 6 His name was Mephibosheth; he was Jonathan’s son and Saul’s grandson. When he came to David, he bowed low to the ground in deep respect. David said, “Greetings, Mephibosheth.” Mephibosheth replied, “I am your servant.” 7 “Don’t be afraid!” David said. “I intend to show kindness to you because of my promise to your father, Jonathan. I will give you all the property that once belonged to your grandfather Saul, and you will eat here with me at the king’s table!” 8 Mephibosheth bowed respectfully and exclaimed, “Who is your servant, that you should show such kindness to a dead dog like me?” 9 Then the king summoned Saul’s servant Ziba and said, “I have given your master’s grandson everything that belonged to Saul and his family. 10 You and your sons and servants are to farm the land for him to produce food for your master’s household. But Mephibosheth, your master’s grandson, will eat here at my table.” (Ziba had fifteen sons and twenty servants.) 11 Ziba replied, “Yes, my lord the king; I am your servant, and I will do all that you have commanded.” And from that time on, Mephibosheth ate regularly at David’s table, like one of the king’s own sons. 12 Mephibosheth had a young son named Mica. From then on, all the members of Ziba’s household were Mephibosheth’s servants. 13 And Mephibosheth, who was crippled in both feet, lived in Jerusalem and ate regularly at the king’s table. We are called to: 1.
 
LOOK FOR MEPHIBOSHETH.
 
2. LIFT MEPHIBOSHETH. a. 1 Thessalonians 5:11 (NLT) — So encourage each other and build each other up, just as you are already doing. b. Never rob someone of an encouraging thought you have towards them.
 
3. LOVE MEPHIBOSHETH. a. David loved Jonathan, but Jonathan was not there. He loved Mephibosheth in his place. b. Everything you would do for Christ, do it for your neighbor.

 
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Pastor Martinez

June 3, 2018

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June 10, 2018

Pastor Martinez

June 17, 2018

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June 24, 2018

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Living Word of Faith Church

Living Word of Faith Church
349 N Cherry Lane Suite A,

White Settlement, Texas 76108
Email: livingwordoffaithchurch@gmail.com

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