This is by far the best church and ministry I have had the privilege to be a part of. We may be small but the rich word full of divine revelation is worth missing out on the larger churches. John Blig has truly committed himself to being a student of the word it is evident in his teaching. Since I have been at this church my own personal walk with Christ has changed by learning just how much I am truly loved by God. Anyone coming to this church must be open to hearing the true gospel, after all it is the true gospel that makes us free. Pastor John is not a conformist he IS a free man, and that is the difference in his ministry. He has made himself free to hear from God and not follow after the teachings of man like so many other ministers. I know that I was lead to this ministry in order to grow and learn how to live the supernatural life in full victory that Christ died for. This is the true Gospel.
2903 Nacogdoches RdSan Antonio, TX 78217
This organization has such good energy and messages are applicable and tangible for use in daily living. A wonderful, welcoming environment, this is a great place to grow spiritually.
Be very aware of this church. They are part of the ICOC - the International Church of Christ, aka the Boston movement. It is a cult! Google it! There's so many stories! They recruit heavily on college campuses. They teach "discipleship", and teach that you shouldn't have relationships with non disciples, aka non members of their church. They teach that you may only be baptized in their church by their members! Total brainwashing and mind control! They require you to seek counsel, advice from your disciplers for every decision in your life to include your job, your college major, who to date, etc. There are many of the young college aged adults that don't have relationships with their own families. Dating is only to be set up through the church. They prey on our young college kids. They do not have a brick and mortar church. Instead, they rent out conference centers. They claim to be a Christian, non-denominational church that focuses heavily on family.
It's amazing how involved this ministry is in with Church Under the Bridge, giving away cars and $100 gift cards so families can pay for Christmas and paying 3 months rent. I've been going there for my entire life and there's never a dull moment there. The services are absolutely amazing.
What an amazing church service, the message was fantastic! I am also so glad to see a modern-day church caring about the community and giving to those in need. To Mr. J, People really shouldn't make judgemental statements about people they do not know and places they have only visited once, it's not Christian, and my experience was definitely not at all like you described.
If you support a pastor who takes advantage of cancer survivors in recovery and swindles them out of money then this is the place for you. David Miracle contracted us to paint the exterior of two of his homes and had us do a bunch of extra work as well as a color change after we had already painted the oringinal color. I paid for all of this out of pocket up front thinking he was an honest man. Boy was I wrong. Not only did he have another painter finish the job without telling anyone during a chemo/recovery period of which he kept saying he understood and was ok with, he refused to pay for the extras basically stealing services and money from me. It is my opinion that David Miracle is a crook and uses God to get over on people. The bible said there will be false prophets. I would stay away from this place and not take the risk of him taking advantage of you someday.
Reach out their hand to me when no did... God Is Good
Wonderful place to get your soul fed.
Les estuve llamando esta noche de 31 de Dic. para desearles feliz Ano Nuevo,pero el contestador automatico no me permitio dejarles el mensaje,saludos para la congregacion Hno. Pablo,Tere,Hiram
I have studied the Bible for almost 50 years with over 30 of that in the ministry. It was my privilege to be introduced to Ariel Ministries at a prophecy conference in 1979. This was soon after I had left seminary where I had sat under the some of the same professors that Dr. Fruchtenbaum has studied with during his time at Dallas Theological Seminary and later some who had been his professors. Those some of them were critical of his stance on certain areas of prophecy they did not offer a better explanation of the issue. For almost 20 years I met a number of people, both scholars and those in the pews, who were aware of his teaching and they seemed to be mostly skeptical of his offering.In the last ten years there has been a major change in what I have been hearing. I have seen Dr. Fruchtenbaum's writings on many pastor's shelves and his writings quoted in many of the articles that I have read.It has been my privilege to host Dr. Fruchtenbaum in my home and the churches that I have pastored. For the last fourteen years I have served as the Protestant Chaplain at a California State Prison. Arnold has, on three occasions, delivered seminiars on the Word of God to the inmates at the prison. His materials are the most popular of all that they can obtain from the chapel libraries.Of all of the teachers I have been privileged to study under, Arnold has been to one that has opened my understanding of the Bible. I would encourage anyone who is serious aobut their Bible study to contact Ariel on the phone or at www.ariel.org.