Rom 8:28 And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to [His] purpose.
Kingdom United Ministries Network
"The Graduates of 2013"
April 17, 2013
Quinton Lewis Speaks at the Youth For Christ event
in Kalamazoo, MI
The young ambassador and co-host of Kept on Campus, airing this coming Saturday 4-20-13 at 10 a.m. EST, spoke on the behalf of his Bible study group at his high school at a Youth for Christ Breakfast.
February 26, 2013
Best Selling Author, Life Coach, Speaker and Internet Radio Talk show host "Enrique Pascal's" New book
"What does a Real Man look like?"
Enrique joined us on DTBM with Winston & Sondra Lewis on Sunday 2/24/13.
This project was truly a labor of love and a true testimony of what God will do when there is a willing heart and a humble spirit.
Check out the video on the "Dying to be Married" page and go to his website below to purchase your book. It is life changing for both men and women.
February 6, 2013
Celebrating the 50th year Golden Anniversary of
Elder & Missionary Hess
Sr. Pastor & First Lady of the
First Pentecostal Family Worship Center
4720 Beckley Road Directions
Battle Creek, Michigan 49015
On January 3rd 1963, The blessed union of Pastor E.R. Hess and Mss'y Luella Hess began. Take a look at what God has done some 50 years later.
Top left: The Life size cut out of the couple on their wedding day. The decorations were exquisite as Lady Anita Hess added her special touches.
Bottom left: The honorees and their special guest Deacon and Missionary Darrell of Grace Temple Church of God in Detroit Mi.
Elder and Missionary Hess have their words toward the end of the program: "It's not how you start, but how you finish" says Pastor Hess as he goes on to speak on the covenant of marriage.
Ambassador's Winston and Sondra shortly before the honorees entered.
Ready to cut the cake! The exact replica of their original wedding cake (taken from the wedding photo) Missionary is truly a Lady of grace and style. Showing us how it is done!
The Cake cutting! Thank you Elder & Missionary for allowing us to share.
Listen to the live interview with them on "Dying to be Married" with Winston & Sondra Lewis from 2/10/13 SUPER LOVE! Beneath the Capes
Testimony video of Ambassador Winston
Without a Scratch
February 1st, 2013 around 2:00 am: While driving to work on that dark and snowy morning, visibility suddenly dropped to less than 10% as Winston could vaguely see a set of lights appear ahead. What followed next was nothing less than miraculous! And later this same night, God was again Glorified as "Kingdom Foundational Truths" aired it's second broadcast with Ambassadors Winston & Antonio: http://www.kingdomcomenet.com/nav-125907-Kingdom-Foundational-Truths-H-125907.png?u=2568463135 For more of the testimony, listen to the broadcast from "Dying to be Married" w Winston & Sondra Lewis 2/3/13 Super Love! http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kumn/2013/02/04/super-love "No weapon, formed against me shall prosper..." Isa 54:17 a
January 31, 2013
A few years ago, I was diagnosed with Major Depression and Anxiety Disorders. Approximately two years ago I lost BOTH parents and was told that their deaths would be the thing that would put me in a mental institution and/or medication for the rest of my life. But God said NO! Today I am carrying on their great legacy and walking in my purpose. About two weeks ago, I was told by the doctor that I had a stroke and it was confirmed that I inherited a heart disease from my father. Today, I am STILL working in my ministry, writing my books and articles, ministering to hurting and healing people and REFUSING to stop. Our God is FAITHFUL and HIS plan for my life overrides everything the doctor and anyone else has to say!
Jhn 9:3 (b)...said Jesus, "but this happened so that the work of God might be displayed in his life."
In a time when having the big "c" means a death sentence for many. And at the very least, a deterioration to the quality of life for most. One woman's testimony shows having the real "C" in your life can make the difference. Here's Maggie Carter's story:
In June of 2012 I had a mammogram that came back normal so I was happy and thought nothing else about it. However, in August as I was walking through the house, my hand automatically touched my right breast and I felt a lump. I give glory to God because I would not have thought to check my breast so soon, actually I'm bad about doing it.
After seeing my doctor, getting an ultra sound and another mammogram, I was diagnosed with aggressive breast cancer. This was a beginning of a series of tests even before starting chemo to rule out the possibility of the cancer spreading. Thanks be unto God that it had not spread.
Thank God for such a supportive family as well as my church family.
Quietly as I lay down after family was gone, the Lord began to speak to me that this sickness was for His glory and that He had already ordained those that would minister to me. I even said to God, "I'm not the one for this assignment, and He said, "You're my best candidate." Needless, to say, I said, "Yes, Lord."
I have gone through eighteen weeks of chemotherapy (once a week) and have not been sick, fatigued, loss of weigh or appetite, as well as not losing any hair. As a matter of fact my hair grew. Nobody but God could have done this.
As I have read all the horrible side affects of the drugs, I marvel at what God has done through this vessel.
Each week as I sat in the chair to receive the drugs into my body, my twin sister sat with me and prayed and I agreed that God would cleanse, purify, and sanctify every drip and drop. Our prayers were to kill the bad and reserve the good. Also that there would be no less or no more drugs than necessary. Talking about a God who answers prayer and can do anything but fail, He's my friend.
My doctors and the nurses that administered the drugs are in awe as they saw me come in each week. As they would ask the normal questions that accompany those who are on chemo, my answers would be the total opposite. God did the total opposite of what you would expect from people on chemotherapy drugs.
My oncologist said as he observed me and looked at my medical record, "You make an old man happy."
God chose me to display his glory that He is God and that He can do what He wants, when He wants, with whom He wants. He is sovereign.
I am one grateful woman that he chose this human vessel to display his glory. I will be thanking Him for the rest of my life. This assignment has given me compassion for others that have been diagnosed and will be. I give thanks to the Lord for the miracle (Me). I will give thanks every chance I get and will not keep quiet and God knows this.
Just as I have believed Him for phase I, I will trust Him for the next phase because He is the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end, the first and the last, and the A to the Z. He's My God!!!
The pictures you see are before, during and after chemotherapy. What a Great God!!!
God is still doing Great Things!