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  • Wednesday Service: Galatians 2:11-13

    On 5/2/18 Wednesday Service for Atlanta Bethel Community Church consisted of a message from the book of Galatians. Preaching from Galatians 2:11-13, Pastor led the message. We see the table fellowship of the early church. To us, this may seem normal. We gather like this all the time, and they started this gathering tradition, but…

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  • Church Meditated on Genesis 4 about Relationship

    Atlanta Bethel Community Church Sunday was filled with sharing and caring. On Sunday, April 29th, pastor delivered message from Genesis 4:1-12, titled ‘Cain and Abel’. Pastor opened the eyes of attendees to see deeply on this ‘used’ message for church comers. Some of them already had bible study on this but others don’t have chance…

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  • Prayer Ministry had Campus Prayer Meeting

    Atlanta, Atlanta Bethel Community Church Preaching from Matthew 6:33-34, Atlanta Elim Leader, Michael John Ford exhorted students and members of Elim to set up proper priority in life. What is the future? The future is uncertain; we’re too limited to know everything, but, in Christ, we know the future well enough. The minister spoke about…

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  • College ministry Held Booth Promotion at GSU

    YEF GSU(College ministry) held their first booth promotion for the club Thursday, April 19th. Various club members and officers donned their new YEF shirts and began to promote the new club on campus, as well as, offering prayers for student finals and various other topics. Vice President, Anu, testifies about the event, “Everyone at the…

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  • Prayer Meeting Exhorts to Pray with Trust and Have Obedient Hearts to God’s Word

    Minister Michael John Ford continues the tradition of Fridat preaching before united prayer in Atlanta with a message that advocated trusting God’s word, not ours in prayer. Starting from the book of Ecclesiastes, chapter 5:2, Michael preached ” These words of Solomon, they’re sound direction. Jesus taught on the mount The Lord knows our needs…

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  • Atlanta Bethel Community Church Meditated on the Pentecost

    Atlanta Bethel Community Church meditated on the meaning of Pentecost and was exhorted to receive Holy Spirit as like the early church. On Sunday 8th, pastor delivered a message from Acts 2:1-4, explained the background and importance of the Pentecost. Among 3 big holidays of Jews-the Passover, the Sukkoth, and the Pentecost, this is the…

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  • Atlanta Bethel Community Church Exhorted to Lament

    On April 6, 2018, Minister Michael John Ford preached about holding onto the heart of trust in God, even when times aren’t good. “After many pieces of good news lately, the theme of suffering came back to me. We went through the time of lent, meditated on the Lord’s cross, and now as he has…

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  • Atlanta Bethel Community Church had wonderful Korean Culture Day event

    Atlanta Bethel Community Church had graceful Sunday service with 25 attendees and Korean Culture Day event afterward. 3 new visitors joined service and many more for the culture day events. Members helped a lot to host visitors and guest and made everything together joyfully. Pastor delivered a message from Luke 24:13-35, titled ‘The Lord has…

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  • Sunday Service Meditated on the Last Moment before Cross of Jesus

    Atlanta Bethel Community Church members meditated on the path of cross. Pastor continued from Lenten series of cross and delivered from John 18:28-19:16. He reviewed last week sermon on Peter’s denial then explained more detail on Jesus true courage in faith. After pastor read John 18:28, he asked “How much hatred is inside of them?…

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  • Spring Retreat Filled with Grace and Fellowship

    Atlanta Bethel Community Church had ‘2018 Spring Retreat’ from March 11th to 13th at the prayer garden. After Sunday service and fellowship on March 11th, attendees drove to the prayer garden with exciting heart. Pastor opened the retreat with the message of ‘1 Kings 18:41-46’. Pastor said “Who is Elijah? He is a person of…

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