...helps us in this process. He helps us "be" what He alone knows we can be. The doing will take care of itself as we seek our fulfillment in following His lead. Rev. Stephen S. Brown serves as Pastor at the Kenai New Life Assembly of God.
I ran across a quote attributed to General George Patton that caused me to pause and ponder for a moment.
...Anchorage. Betty later moved to Fairbanks where she managed a Sears store as well. She was an avid member of the Kenai New Life Assembly of God in Kenai. "Elizabeth was loved by many people," the family wrote. "When you met her for the first time...
Longtime Kenai resident, Mr. Alfonso Wingster, 64, was surrounded by family when he was called home, Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013 at The Alaska Regional Hospital in Anchorage.Funeral Services will be held 1 p.m., Saturday, March 2 at New Life Assembly Of
...of this, the desire to increase in understanding and practicality on this topic. In the words of my favorite childhood cartoon "Knowing is half the battle, G.I. Joes!"Scott Levesque is a pastor at the Kenai New Life Assembly of God.
...could not only relate to us, but help us in our greatest needs because He understands from our perspective. We are not alone, we are not without help. Through Jesus, we have hope.Stephen Brown is a pastor at Kenai New Life Assembly of God.
...to revive our dreams when it may seem impossible and out of reach to us. Keep doing what is right, keep believing, keep working, your dream is closer than you think.Rev. Stephen S. Brown is pastor of the Kenai New Life Assembly of God.
...trap of the enemy. On both accounts I will save myself a lot of pain. Stephen Brown has been the pastor of Kenai New Life Assembly of God for the past 21 years. Read his blog at: carefullychosen.blogspot.com; or the website: kenainewlife...
Best Bets * This Hope will perform at 7 p.m. today at Kenai New Life Assembly of God, across from the Challenger Learning Center in Kenai. The public is invited to attend this free concert. A freewill offering...
I recently read an article about the man who caught Barry Bonds' record-breaking home run ball. The man, who was from New York, had planned a vacation to Australia but decided to take a layover in San Francisco so he could attend the baseball game and possibly be a part of history.
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