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Philippians series

As we begin a New Year at Central Assembly, we are going to begin a brand new study on Wednesday nights at Central House of Prayer – a study through the book of Philippians.

The Apostle Paul writes from prison to this great church, thanking them for remembering him, and exhorting them to continue to live for Christ.

This is one of the most encouraging letters in the New Testament. It is a letter of joy – which is found some sixteen times in the letter! He encourages the church to keep pressing on toward the goal! He speaks of not being anxious about anything! He lets us know that we can do all things through Christ who gives us strength!

If you need to be encouraged… if you want to move forward in Christ… if you want to have victory in your life… then make a new choice to be at Central House of Prayer each and every Wednesday night, beginning January 7th. You will never be the same!

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This Sunday at Central Assembly

Our special guest this Sunday...

Bishop Jay Covert

Jay Covert

Central Assembly of God has always been a very strong missions church. But, all too often, when we think of missions, we immediately think of other nations in far away places. The reality is that one of the most neglected and most needy mission fields in the world is found right here at home, in the cities of our nation.

Jay S. Covert is a missionary that we have supported for many years. But, his mission field isn’t in a far off nation. He is based in East St Louis - a very dangerous, deadly and violent city. Jay started four inner city churches in the St Louis Metro Area, raising up indigenous pastors - 5 Assemblies of God credentialed ministers. Jay’s fourth church plant is “BIO” - Bosnian International Outreach - as there are 70,000 Bosnians in St Louis, and 75% of them are Muslim. On a national scale Jay has 10 plants and preaching points in 9 different cities across the country. Jay is also a 1991 Teen Challenge Graduate. This Sunday he will share a few stories that have an Apostolic and Prophetic Anointing in how he plants churches.

Jay has said, “I am driven with passion, great zeal and incredible faith to reach many cities with churches being planted in the worst, most violent and dangerous neighborhoods and communities in the Metropolitan Cities of the United States. Yes we will deliver, yes we will promote and yes we will tear it up for the Glory of God. Souls are the heartbeat of God and millions in the inner cities are Hellbound! That grieves and hurts of heart of God!”

You do not want to miss hearing this incredible man of God – this Sunday at Central Assembly of God!

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