Monthly Archives: January 2010

Faithforce to be retired

FaithForce

This was the page for the Upkeep ministry of Powerhouse Christian Community Church -which I served from February 2009 upto the end of January 2010.  I used to  post schedules and announcement here. presentation1

For FaithForce members-this is my usual short orientation:

Footwashing: Orientation for FaithForce

Operation: Cleansweep

Tuesdays: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

 Saturdays: 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon PERSONNEL:
1. Sweepers (Every week)
2. Wood Wax Applicators (Every Saturday before the First Sunday of the Month)
3. Concrete Liquid Wax Applicators (Every Third Saturday of the Month)
4. Buffer- Husk or Slippers-type (Main Hall)
5. Mopper-For the 3 Rooms and Main Hall
6. Scourer- For the 2 lavatories
7. Glass Wipers
8. Arrangers- chairs and table,etc

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Whole of FaithForce (Front) EG,Mai,Cielo,Ptr Abet,Ebeng,Enye,Ray. (Back) Uel,Gelo,Wilfred,Vilmore,Arnold,Jab and Aldrin

Operation: Retrieval

Wednesday: After the service by 9:00 PM

Sundays:After the service by 12:00 Noon

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Retrievers: Ray,WIlfred,Ptr Abet,Arnold and Jab

NEEDED PERSONNEL:
1. Retrievers- return chairs to end of hall
2. Checkers- Put scraps and waste materials to bins/baskets. Take out plastic bags of bins to ground location

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Starting the year 2010 this way

In 2010 predictions, Pat Robertson says America under God’s wrath reported by By Bob Allen
Tuesday, January 05, 2010

It reads “….Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson said God’s wrath is looming over a nation headed for economic ruin in his annual predictions for the coming year, aired Jan. 4 on “The 700 Club.” Robertson, 79, has a tradition of ending each year in a prayer retreat and sharing what he believes God tells him during that retreat later at a chapel service for staff …
The problem with Pat Robertson and lke him is that their definition of NT prophecies does not synch with our OT definition of a prophet. They believe in fallible prophecies based on their interpretation of 1 Corinthian.

The question is -does Scripture allows for us to have such divergent definitions-and even after AD 70-are prophecies still allowed? This is not a dispensationalist question-for preterists will also ask such questions. AD 70 is decisive in God’s warning to His OT people of Israel. This covenantal curses are not directed immediately to the nation of the USA.

I think it would be better said that this predictions are based on personal extended applications of God’s Word-not direct prophecies. -Or a personal impression perhaps.

These people are so glib . Let us not use God’s name authority in a haphazard way.