April 22, 2021
On Daily Faith, we’re talking about our deadly thoughts, those nasty lies that the enemy likes to tell us over and over that we often believe. Have you ever thought that you aren’t good enough? That it’s too late, and you don’t have what it takes to make it? We all believe these whether or not we admit to it. There are many lies that Satan likes to tell us, and even as Christians, it can become a stronghold in our minds that hinders us from walking in complete victory. Our guest, Pastor Travis Hall, is the pastor of Life Church International in Duluth, GA. He has recently written a book called Seven Deadly Thoughts. He tells of his personal experience when battling the strongholds of his mind and from counseling others. He wants to help you be the overcomer in Christ that can see through the lies of the enemy. He wants to help you get beyond where you are by putting on heavenly glasses to see yourself as God sees you. God sees you as His child, joint heir, and courageous warrior. We want to encourage you to ask the Lord to renew your mind and give you peace. Keep your eyes on the Lord, trusting in Him to see you through. For more information about Travis Hall’s ministry, Life Church International, visit www.lifechurchatl.com or receive a copy of his new book by visiting www.cultivatemypurpose.com.
We believe that God is up to something! Often when you can’t see the hand of God moving in your life, it’s because He is working. God has great and mighty plans for your life. All He asks of you is to give Him your heart and to trust in His word. Stand on the promises of God. Don’t give up on what He has told you! He will never leave you, nor forsake you. You are in the hollow of His hands today. Just remember that a crisis point is often a point that brings new beginnings. Be blessed!
The Orphans Hands Ministry is the heart of what we do. We help to save and rescue abandoned children from the perils of human trafficking. The country of Moldova has the highest reports of alcohol abuse in the world. Many children are either kicked out onto the streets, sent to orphanages, or left abandoned by their families. They’re captive within their minds by thoughts and strongholds of abandonment and rejection. But God sees them. He sent us to an orphanage over 30 years ago to help save these lost children by sharing the love of Jesus with them. We have a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village. We take these children in, teaching about God’s love for them, and they are growing into mighty men and women for the Lord! Thank you for your generous support! For more information about The Orphans Hands, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.
April 21, 2021
On Daily Faith today, our guest is Pastor Travis Rutland. He is the lead pastor of Restoration Church in Bethlehem, GA. He also serves as the President of Global Servants, a non-profit ministry organization working in Thailand and West Africa. Recently the Lord has opened the eyes of his heart to see healing brought to a new level of understanding and gave him essential keys on how to accomplish this. Some people only see God as a physical healer, but He cares about your spiritual well-being as well. When we accept Jesus into our hearts as Lord and Savior, we are given eternal life. Our bodies remain, but our spirits are alive with Christ in Heaven. Wherever you are on this journey of restoration and healing, know that the Lord wants you to not only be healed but made entirely whole in your mind, body, and spirit. For more information on Pastor Travis Rutland’s ministry, Restoration Church, visit www.Restorationchurch.org or on Global Servants, see www.globalservants.org.
We want you to know that God’s goodness and mercy shall follow you all the days of your life. No weapons formed against you shall prosper against you. Though the storms of life are raging all around you, you are safe in the Lord’s hands. As David went to the battlefield to slay the giant Goliath, he recalled the mighty acts the Lord performed in his life. It may have taken years of rubbing together to weather the stones David used; God already knew what it would take for David to defeat Goliath. As you recall the mighty tacts of goodness the Lord has done for you, you can push forward with strength, knowing that what the enemy has stolen from you will be repaid unto you seven times according to the word of God! Be blessed and encouraged today; the best is yet to come!
We have a village of homes in the country of Moldova called Vatra Village. It’s a safe place for once orphaned and abandoned children to live and grow into who God has called them to be. These children were once thrown aside with no one to care for them, and they were told no one loved them, and they would never amount to anything in life. The Orphans Hands Ministry helps rescue these unwanted children from the perils of human trafficking. By taking them into our homes, they get started on a path of healing and restoration from the love of Jesus. They become sons and daughters of Christ, who turn into mighty men and women of God, sharing the love they received with those who hurt them from the past. Today they want to give back to you by showing you a video they put together on what your act of love and support has helped them accomplish. Thank you! For more information about The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.
April 21, 2021
We have a dose of fresh oil from heaven for you on Daily Faith. Pastor JB Whitfield of Agape Faith Church in Clemmons, NC, is our guest on the program. He teaches on the power of leadership in our church today. John C. Maxwell said Everything rises and falls on leadership. With Pastor Whitfield, you’ll gain a fresh perspective on the four leadership types. He also would like to give you essential information on sharing the Good News of the Gospel. Jesus Christ gave us the greatest example of leadership there ever was. We’d like to encourage you in the Lord; if God leads you somewhere that requires more of your heart, then step out in faith, and God will order your steps. Two-thirds of God’s name is Go! For information about Pastor JB Whitfield’s ministry, Agape Faith Church, please visit www.agaepefaith.com or Leadership Training with Pastor Whitfield; please see www.jbwhitfield.com.
Our country is in a mess, and the reason is that we have turned our backs on God by removing the Gospel of Christ from our homes, schools, and churches. Churches today have become a feel-good, seeker-friendly spot to hang out, who are too busy and consumed with the latest trends than a move of the Holy Spirit. If we are going to win lost souls for God’s Kingdom, we have to go out into the world and spread the Good News. Share what God has done in our lives and how He has changed our hearts with eternal salvation. It’s called the Great Commission. Did you know that 51% of church attendants today don’t even know what the Great Commission is? When we know better, we have to do better. We are living in the Last Days, and it’s time that we repent of our wicked ways, seek the Lord’s face, and be His hands extended. That is the only way we’re going to see a revival across our land.
Moldova is the poorest country in the world. Every day people are dying from drug and alcohol abuse, lack of food, and neglect. The Orphans Hands ministry has a village of homes in Moldova called Vatra Village. We also have a home in Ukraine. Caring for the lost and forsaken of this world is the heart of our ministry. According to the word of God, pure and undefiled religion is to care for the widows and orphans. Many of the orphans we rescue are told they’ll never amount to anything in life, and nobody loves them. But when they hear the Good News of the Gospel of Christ, they discover Jesus’ love for them. Jesus was the greatest example of leadership, and our kids are walking in that example now. They have filmed and edited a video they would like to show how your kind support has started something new in their lives. For more information about The Orphans Hands Ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.
SEO: Jesus Christ gave us the most outstanding example of leadership there ever was. We’d like to encourage you in the Lord; if God leads you somewhere that requires more of your heart, then step out in faith, and God will order your steps. Two-thirds of God’s name is Go!
April 20, 2021
On Daily Faith, we have one of Philp’s long-time friends, Pastor Derek Draughon. He is the pastor of Saraland First in Saraland, AL. God has spoken a timely word for the church that we all need to hear. There might be some issues in your life that you feel as if it’s draining every ounce of strength you have, and you’re about to give up. We want to strengthen your faith and tell you today is not the day to quit! Keep pressing forward in the Lord. Genesis 26:18-19 says, “And Isaac dug again the wells of water which they had dug in the days of Abraham his father… and found a well of running water there.” Maybe you need to go back to the wells where you first experienced the Lord in your life and start digging for freshwater. America is in great need of revival, and a mighty move of the Holy Spirit is the only thing that will change our hearts by turning them back to God. These old truths stand as the foundation of the church. It’s time to dig at the old wells allowing freshwater to spring forth in your life. As we’re waiting, in obedience, on the Lord to move on our behalf, continue to stand on His promises. You’re going to see your breakthrough! For more information about our guest, Pastor Derek Draughon and Saraland First in Saraland, AL, please visit www.saraland.church.
We want to bring hope, faith, and purpose into your life today. No matter the situation that you find yourself in, we want to speak life over you. God’s ways are higher and His thoughts higher towards us. He knows the hairs on your head and sees you where you are. God is the greatest scheduler, and He is arranging a meeting for you today! Don’t quit or give up. Just keep pressing forward in Him with songs of praise and worship. God has great plans for you. Your breakthrough is on the way!
We have a ministry of homes in Moldova and Ukraine called Vatra Village. The Orphans Hands is a place where we help save and rescue orphaned children from the perils of human trafficking. These kids have been waiting their entire lives to hear someone say they’re loved and to feel like they belong. Although their journeys have been long and painful, Jesus has given them strength for one more day. Upon coming into our homes, these children learn their identity in Christ, becoming sons and daughters. With your help and support, we continue to reach more children for the Kingdom of God. We pray that as you reach beyond where you, God will reach into your world with blessings. Our kids have a video they recorded and edited to show you what your act of obedience and support has helped them accomplish. Thank you! For more information on The Orphans Hands Ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.
April 16, 2021
We hope that today your spirit man will be encouraged by the word of God. We want you to know that you are not here by mistake, that God has a plan and purpose for your life. We tell our kids that we helped to rescue; if they were born, God has a plan. God is the most outstanding conservationist there is. Nothing is wasted, and nothing is a mistake. God’s business is in the redemption business. He takes what has been broken, damaged and breathes new life into it. He restores all that the enemy has stolen. As the father waited patiently with expectation every day for his prodigal son to come home, it’s time to call out and take back what the enemy has stolen from you. Nothing is too big for our God.
At The Orphans Hands, the story of hope and redemption echoes loudly in our homes. For those who don’t know, we have a ministry of homes called Vatra Village in the countries of Moldova and Ukraine. We help to save them from a life of pain, misery, and deep sorrow. These girls and boys that we rescue are worth $300,000.00 to their traffickers. As they come into our homes, we share the love of Jesus with them, and by His salvation, they become sons and daughters of Christ. Your generous love and support has started a tidal wave of thanksgiving in their hearts that they would like to share with you from this video. Thank you! For more information about The Orphans Hands Ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.
On Daily Faith, our special guest is Pastor Mike Ashcraft. He is the lead pastor at Port City Community Church in Wilmington, NC. We all know that this pandemic has hit our country hard, leaving many people in a desperate scramble to get back to the way things used to be. However, there is no going back to a normal way of living. Things have changed, and for some, for the better. Just because you have a hard time seeing beyond where you are in your current circumstance doesn’t mean that God isn’t working. God is in control, and He allows events and circumstances to go on in our lives to bring about something new. New things are not always comfortable to endure, and we want to bring encouragement into your life by sharing what the Lord is saying. God is looking for someone to step out of their comfort zone by trusting in His word. He wants you to know that there is hope in Him; there is healing and restoration from all of the things that have been stolen. God is in the redemption business! Trust in the Lord with all of your heart, and when you do, you’ll experience the faithfulness of the Father like never before! For more information about Pastor Mike Ashcrafts church, Port City Community Church, please visit www.PortCity.church.
April 15, 2021
We have an outreach ministry called, The Orphans Hands. In the country of Moldova, we have a village of homes called Vatra. Vatra means hearth, fireplace. Vatra is a safe place for the kids we’ve helped rescue to have a warm place to live. It’s where they start to learn about who they are in Christ, becoming sons and daughters of God. They understand that God has great plans for their lives, and He has given them favor to bless others who were once abandoned. Our kids have filmed and edited a video that would like to show you of what your generosity has done to change their lives. When you sow in the lives of others, you will reap a harvest in your own life. For more information about The Orphans Hands Ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.
On Daily Faith, we want to let you know that nothing can bless you or put you in the right place like God’s favor. The favor of God places you in an area that man can’t deny your blessing. Today, our guest wants to share with you powerful and enlightening words of strength about God’s favor over your life. Bishop Timothy Hill is the General Overseer of the Church of God in Cleveland, TN. Bishop Hill has recently written a book entitled The Speed of Favor. In the book, he discusses and gives vital points about God’s seedtime and harvest that pertains to your life. How God will exceed, increase and accelerate time to accomplish His plan and purpose in your life as you sow into His Kingdom. The season of favor is on the Lord’s heart, and when the seasons of God collide in your situation, as you sow, you will reap a bountiful harvest because of your faithfulness to the Lord. We understand that we live in extraordinary times in our country, where there is fear, turmoil, uncertainty, and financial drought, but our God sees all of that, and He knows what is going on around you. As you have poured out, sowed, and watered your seed, although the waiting seems unbearable, hold on. You’re about to reap a divine blessing! We pray that your heart is encouraged and strengthened in the power of His might today as you walk with the Lord. For more information about Bishop Tim Hill’s new book, please visit www.bishoptimothymhill.com, or for The Church of God, please visit www.churchofgod.org.
April 14, 2021
We have never lived in a time where we’ve had more information at our fingertips. With all that’s going on around us in the news, Daily Faith is here to bring you encouraging words of faith to strengthen your heart during these times of uncertainty. The Lord wants to remind you today that when you have done all that you can do, stand. Stand on his promises, and you will see a victory!
We have a village of homes located in Eastern Europe in the country of Moldova. Vatra Village is where we rescue broken and orphaned kids and show them the love of Jesus. Once lost and orphaned, now they have transitioned into mighty sons and daughters of Christ. Jesus has removed the pain and leaven from their li, and they now can give back to those who hurt them. They have a video they’d like to share with you about what your support has done for them. Thank you! For more information about The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.og.
For your dose of faith, we pray that the eyes of your understanding are enlightened and that the scales be removed from your eyes to see where God is moving. Our guest is Pastor Buddy Meloy of New Life Christian Fellowship in Lake City, FL. Today, he has prophetic insights and words of encouragement to share with you from the heart of God. The world we live in is full of sin, hatred, offense; all of this leads to lawlessness. The word leaven, in the Bible, is referred to as sin. It’s a fermentation process commonly used in baking bread. In Galatians 5:9, we read, “A little leaven leavens the whole lump.” Sin has crept into our communities and cities, and we can see how a little bit of sin (leaven) can turn into rioting in the streets, protests, border crisis, quarreling, and so on. The only way to fix this is by sweeping out the leaven (sin) in our homes, churches, and cities by coming to the Lord with a heart of repentance. As we transition from one era to another, this younger generation needs to know the truth of the Word of God. For more information about New Life Christian Fellowship and to hear more prophetic insights from Pastor Buddy Meloy, please visit www.nlcflc.com.
April 14, 2021
Did you know that there are all kinds of signals all around you? They may be radio, emergency, cellular, but the only way you can hear them depends on your reception. We don’t always hear our cell phone ringing, or a call may drop out at times because of bad reception. There are seasons in our life that God is trying to speak to us, but we don’t have the proper reception to hear from Him. That means our hearts and minds are not in the right place to receive. To grow in our faith walk with God, we have to be willing to tune our hearts (our devices) toward the Lord in humility listening to what He is saying. The Lord is our strength and help in times of need. It’s in Him we live, move, and have our being.
Moldova is the poorest country in the world. Families have been ripped apart from drug and alcohol abuse, children are kicked out into the streets or picked up from traffickers daily. Our ministry, called The Orphans Hands, helps these young kids and rescues them from the risks of human trafficking. They learn about Jesus Christ, who saved them, becoming sons and daughters, and going back to those who abused them, showing honor and sharing the love of Jesus. They steward the relationships God has given them and give back to their villages. When they’re given the proper tools to help themselves, they grow and learn so much in the Lord. We have a short video that they created to show you what your support has started. Thank you! For more information on The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.
On Daily Faith, our guest is Pastor Mike Franklin of The Torch church in Demorest, GA. God has given Pastor Mike a relevant message on his heart to share with the church about getting back to honoring and valuing His word in our daily routine. In our society, we never thought that we would see so much chaos in the streets, children disrespecting their parents and elders, friends quarreling with each other, judgment and offense, and all of that comes from the lack of valuing others. We’ve become too familiar with taking people for granted. We don’t steward the relationships that the Lord has given to us. Even in the church, we have lost the true meaning of honor and respect. If things aren’t moving in your life and you don’t know what the issues are, ask the Lord to reveal what needs to be fixed. When we sow honor and respect in the lives of others, we will reap a harvest of blessings in our life from the Lord. For more information about our guest, Pastor Mike Franklin, and his church, The Torch, please visit www.thetorch.net.
April 14, 2021
During Philip’s prayer time with the Lord, he has a strong sense that the things that are coming will make this pandemic look like a blessing. We believe that faith comes by hearing the word of God, and today, these nuggets of affirmation that are being sown into your heart will spark the boldness of God in your faith walk. We want you to know that God sees you, and He hears you. For those who seem to be stuck in a rut, you are the very reason Daily Faith is here.
Can you imagine what it would be like not to have food to eat or a warm and clean place to sleep? Some people are experiencing that worldwide, and their needs have only increased during this global pandemic. The Orphans Hands is our ministry of homes called Vatra Village in Moldova and Ukraine. It’s a place where we rescue the lost and desperate children, those forgotten or kicked out of their homes, leaving them abandoned. Upon coming to our homes, our kids have experienced the love that Jesus has for them with forgiveness and repentance. In becoming sons and daughters of Christ, they have in turn visited those who hurt them and have a heart to minister and give back. Moldova is currently under a government lockdown due to the pandemic, but that hasn’t stopped the passion in their hearts by helping others. We have a video we’d like to share with you about what your support continues to do in the lives of these children. Thank you for your generous support. For more information about The Orphans Hands Ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.
Today, on Daily Faith, we have a powerful and relevant Rhema word from the Lord to share with you. If you love your pastor, please share this. Our guest is Dr. Don Allen, who pastors Church at War Hill in Dawsonville, GA. Recently, he has been a part of the North Georgia Revival, where they have seen countless lives being saved, healed, and transformed through water baptism and the power of the Holy Spirit. Pastor Allen’s personal experience he shares during this revival has enlightened his eyes to forgiveness and repentance. Although this was a humbling experience, it allowed the Holy Spirit to unveil the hidden areas in his life where he needed to offer forgiveness that set a spark of revival in his heart. Simeon Cameron said, “You can’t be bitter and be blessed.” The blessings of the Lord don’t work that way. We want to encourage your heart not to let another minute go by without yielding to where the Holy Spirit is showing you about the areas you may be holding on to an offense. For more information about Dr. Don Allens ministry, Church at War Hill, please visit www.warhill.com or his ministry website www.donallen.org.
April 8, 2021
Do you know what Power of Agreement looks like? It means to have someone standing with you during tough times, someone to pray with and to touch and agree with you on matters, someone who will listen to you and share the wisdom of God’s word. Often, those are the very people that will help encourage you to take the next into what God is calling you to do, even when you don’t feel like it. The Word of God says that He never sleeps or slumbers. He is always watching out over you. As you go about your day, persevering through whatever it may be, we encourage you to find someone who will support you and help lift your spirit by trusting in God.
Have you heard what the Lord is doing in The Orphans Hands Ministry? In the country of Moldova, we have a village of homes called Vatra Village. It’s a place where we rescue lost and helpless children, saving them from the risks of human trafficking. We believe that if they were born, God has a plan. They want to say thank you for being their power of agreement in their lives. Your love and support has helped them to trust in the Lord, persevering through some of the most challenging times in their lives. They would like to share a video with you they filmed about how your help has started something new in their lives. For more information about The Orphans Hands, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.
For today’s dose of Daily Faith, our guest is Courtney Draughon. She and her husband, pastor Saraland First Church in Saraland, AL. She is a wife, mother, Courage coach of her blog Fromheretotheworld.org. Recently, she has written a book entitled, A Different Kind of Pretty to help encourage women on how to reestablish their worth. The book has prophetic insights for all different kinds of women. We are our most prominent critics, and there are times when all we see are our flaws. Some people don’t know how to move forward and get past their insecurities and fear, but Courtney hopes that this book will uplift and encourage you to find who you are in the Lord. She would like to be that someone, your power of agreement, to help you to see who God has created you to be for His Kingdom. It’s time to stand up and be the mighty women of God He has destined us to be. For more information about Saraland First church, please visit www.saraland.church or to subscribe to Courtney’s blog visit, www.fromheretotheworld.org.
April 8, 2021
Philp wants you to know that God is for you and not against you. You may feel as if you’re in the most significant drought of your life, but the Lord sees you. You are in the hollow of His hands; He knows your name. There is nothing that God won’t do for you if you trust in him. He sent His only Son to shed His blood for you on a cross. He loves you with an everlasting love. There will be times on your journey when you feel as if you can’t move another inch, but God wants you to know that His power is made perfect in your weakness. His grace is sufficient for you today!
The heart of our ministry is The Orphans Hands. It’s a place centered around helping the lost and forgotten children of this world by taking them in and providing a safe place for them to live without the fear of what tomorrow might bring. They come to know the love of Jesus and how His grace forever changes their lives. Our kids in Vatra Village recently enjoyed National Women’s Day by inviting their moms to celebrate with them. From the past pains of rejection, they stepped into forgiveness and honored the same ones who hurt them. They’d like to share a video with you of what forgiveness looks like. For more information about The Orphans Hands, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.
Today, Philip and his guest on Daily Faith, Pastor Derek Anglin, want to encourage your faith by reaching past the obstacles in your life that hinder you from being who God wants you to be. There are storehouses of blessings that God is trying to give us, but we are stuck in our minds by those painful events that enable us to see beyond where we are. This world is full of selfishness, disappointments, and pain. Stop trying to fit into the “mold” of society by comparing yourself to the next person. We all have emotional, mental, and physical struggles in life, but when we humble ourselves by asking for forgiveness, laying the burdens at His feet, He takes our mistakes and turns them into a miracle. We don’t have to live hidden in the tombs of our past. God’s strength is made perfect in our weakness. Simply get over it and allow the Lord to restore your life to freedom in the fullness of His joy. For more information about Pastor Derek Anglin’s Ministry, New Grace in Commerce, GA, please visit www.newgrace.cc.
April 8, 2021
Daily Faith wants to be a point of contact for you to share encouraging words that will enlighten your heart to where God is moving. We’re here to speak life into your circumstances and remind you that God is in complete control and He sees you in the middle of it all. There might be a circumstance that the enemy is pushing at you so hard that he will push straight through you to Jesus, God will arise on your behalf, and His enemies will be scattered! God is waiting for you to open up your heart to trust in Him. Whenever you find yourself in trouble or feel afraid, plead the blood of Jesus.
Our guest on today’s program is Pastor Lee Claypoole. He is the lead pastor at Union Road Church in Gastonia, GA. Pastor Claypoole wants to share with you the importance of daily dependence on the word of God. God is our Shepherd, tending to, watching over, and providing for our every need. There is nothing that God can’t and won’t do for you. Suppose if God were to give you everything you needed at once? Then you wouldn’t need to ask the Lord to provide for you. That also cuts out your relationship with Him. Just like the Lord was there with Moses as the children of Israel crossed the Red Sea, and at Abraham’s point of desperation, God provided a sacrificial lamb. God knows you and has everything you could ever need. During this trial that you have found yourself in, the most significant faith you can have is your trust in the Lord. As Job cried out to God, “Though He slay me, yet will I trust Him,” we can have the same confidence in Jesus today. For more information about Pastor Lee Claypoole’s ministry, please visit https://urchurch.online/
We’d like to share with you a few things from our ministry in Moldova. Our kids have written, recorded, and edited their own video to show you what one act of kindness has helped them overcome. These kids come from harsh conditions where most of them are sent to orphanages because they don’t have anyone to care for them, often leaving them to the risk and perils of human trafficking. Upon welcoming them into their new homes, they learn who they are in Christ and can now trust in the Lord to provide for them. With courage in their hearts, they have stepped out in faith and want to give back to you. For more information on The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.
April 8, 2021
Welcome to our Good Friday Special on Daily Faith TV! Philip’s guest co-host is Pastor Tony McAfee of Covenant Life Church, and joining them is Pastor Michael Coleman from Church Alive Orlando. He is also a Biblical Archeologist. Today you will learn vital historical points of the backstory of Jesus of Nazareth and the times surrounding our Lord’s crucifixion in Jerusalem. This essential information that you will hear will help you better understand the conditions He lived in over 2,000 years ago. With the increase of technology, everything we need within the click of a button, it’s nothing like we have in the world today. Pastor Coleman unveils the very beliefs of the men and women as they have cried out, “ Hosanna!” hoping for a messiah to save them from their circumstances. Still, they called to crucify Jesus instead due to their lack of understanding of what Jesus came here on earth to do. That the same stripes Jesus endured from the cat o’ nine tails are the same stripes He bore for our healing today. As you partake of the elements, remembering what our loving Savior did on the Cross, we encourage you to openly receive the gift of healing that He has freely given. Stand in faith and know that resurrection day is coming into your life, and by His stripes, you are healed in Jesus’ name! Rejoice in the Lord on this very Good Friday!
For more information on Pastor Michael Coleman’s ministry, please visit www.churchaliveorlando.com. And for more information about Pastor Tony McAfee’s ministry, please visit www.covlife.org.
The Orphans Hands is the heart of our ministry, where we rescue the lost and forgotten children of this world and give them a safe place to live in. Once saved from the hells of human trafficking, they being to grow in the Lord, discovering all that Jesus came to do. He died on an old rugged cross so that they could have eternal life in Heaven. As they have experienced His resurrection power in their lives and how Jesus healed their hearts, they would like to share what He has done with you. Thank you for making a difference in the lives of these children. To help us support our ministry of homes in Moldova and Ukraine, called Vatra Village, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.
April 8, 2021
Daily Faith is here to bring you the word of the Lord. We believe that people need to hear what God is saying to the church. Something is not right in America, and things have gone awry. It’s time that we occupy until Christ returns. We are in a battle for the soul of the church, and if we don’t stand up for what we believe, then we will lose our voice. Recently, church attendance in America has dropped to the lowest ever in the history of the church. Only 50% of Americans attend church. Whether it’s due to the pandemic, fear, or the lack of desire, we cannot forsake the assembly of ourselves and offer up our praise unto the Lord. Our faith and trust in the Lord is the only thing that has and will continue to sustain us until we see God’s Kingdom come.
On Daily Faith, our guest is Pastor Jason Daughdrill. He is the lead pastor at Gateway Church in Shelbyville, TN. God has blessed him with tremendous insight into what He is calling the church to do during this time. In God’s Kingdom, He has given us power and authority to stand against the schemes of the enemy. As Christians, we are to be in this world, but not of it. We are to be set apart from the world’s mindset, daily transforming our mind into a Kingdom mindset. God has allowed this shaking to happen in the world for a mighty outpouring of His Spirit. If the church doesn’t stand up now for what we believe, we will lose our voice. We encourage you to let faith arise in your heart today, occupying until He returns. For more information about Pastor Daughdrill’s ministry, please visit www.gatewayshelbyville.com.
Vatra Village is located in the country of Moldova. It’s where our ministry’s heart is—rescuing orphaned children from the risks of human trafficking. We bring them into these homes and tell them, “if they were born, God has a plan”. They discover their identity in God’s Kingdom by becoming sons and daughters of Christ. They would like to share a video they have filmed about the love and support they received by one act of kindness. For more information about The Orphans Hands Ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.