‘How to Be a Peacemaker,’ My Message This Sunday at Clayton Assembly of God

I would love to come to your church and share what God has shared with me! PTL! I will be in Clayton this Sunday and Los Alamos on Nov. 20th, filling in for Pastor Paul Jaramillo of Open Door Bible Ministry. If you need a pastor to fill-in or a guest speaker email me please at pastordewey@fggam.org. or leave a comment below.
I am pictured with my Dear Freind, Pastor Randall Floyd, a hero of faith! I so look forward to seeing him and his lovely wife Cindy and the entire congregation. I have not been up to Clayton in 2 years, so I am very excited in the LORD to come! I pray if you do not have a church home, you will come to and hear what God has told me to share with you.
This Sunday at 10:30am I have been invited to bring the message at Clayton, NM Assembly of God at 10:30am. I will be sharing “How to be a Peacemaker” Only children of God can bring the peace of knowing God to others. A person must have a real relationship with God before he or she can help someone else know God. Those who witness for Christ, share their faith with their friends, and serve others in the name of Christ are the ambassadors for peace this verse identifies (see also Matthew 10:41-42). Those who bring the wonderful message of God’s peace to the world are “peacemakers,” and Jesus calls them the “children of God.”
http://www.claytonag.org/ Thank you Pastor Randall Floyd for inviting me!
If you do not have a church home in the Clayton area, I pray we see you at 10:30 on Sunday!
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