Bishop J. D. Charlot
Elect-Lady Latosha Charlot
IT’S YOUR TURN…
Hi, thanks so much for stopping by. I would like to personally invite you to come experience the truly life changing atmosphere of God’s Spirit. It’s not by chance that you have come here. The Bible tells us that it is His Spirit which draws us to him, and so this is your hour; it is your turn to experience the promises of God in your life!
Join us this Sunday! We have services at 6pm. Midweek Bible Study is also available on Wednesday at 7pm. If you are looking to learn more about the Word of God or just need some guidance then I urge you to call and we will sit down together. Again, Thank you so much for stopping by and we look forward to seeing you in service!
~ Bishop J. D. & Elect-Lady Latosha Charlot
this is your hour, join us this week.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE PENTECOSTAL?
We call ourselves Pentecostal because we have experienced the same miraculous conversion that the 120 followers—which included the mother of Jesus—experienced in the second chapter of Acts.
According to the Bible (The Acts of the Apostles), the New Testament Church began on the Day of Pentecost, which was fifty days after the resurrection of Jesus Christ. When the crowd heard the noise, saw the commotion, and listened to the message, they asked the Apostles how to be saved.
Peter, standing up with the other eleven apostles, preached this message:
We must repent (turn away from) of our sins. We do this by asking Jesus to forgive us.
Luke 24:17; II Peter 3:9; Acts 2:38
We must be water-baptized in the Name of Jesus Christ for the remission of our sins.
John 3:5; Acts 2:38, 8:16, 10:48, 19:5
We are promised the gift of the Holy Ghost with the evidence of speaking in other tongues.
John 7:37-39; Acts 2:4, 2:38, 8:17-18, 9:17, 10:44-47, 19:6