Consuming Fire Fellowship

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Home schooling is exactly what the name implies: a school in the home. Home schooling is an age-old educational method that has experienced a resurgence, beginning in the 1970s in the United States. This resurgence indicates a definite trend away from conventional schooling and standardized educational methods, and a return to the traditional tutorial process involving individualized instruction and apprenticeships. Furthermore, the home schooling movement is representative of a desire of parents to personally teach their own children at home in order to restore the traditional Christian values in education and bring unity to the family. We, as parents, are seeking to train our children in God's principles, so they will grow up to love and obey God.

 

              

 

Our open-air/street ministry consist of preaching, tract distribution, and Scripture signs.  Preaching locations include:  in front of barrooms, bus stations, rock concerts, on college campuses, in town squares, and just about anywhere and everywhere people congregate as the Lord leads.  We preach regularly on the campus of LSU in Baton Rouge, LA.  Our entire church body is very active in street ministry.  We preach in the small towns in our area making regular appearances at major community events [home-coming/Christmas/Mardi Gras parades, festivals, etc..].  Some of us go alone or in two's when we preach, at other times we can have upwards of 10-15 people in a ministry team.

 

 

 

 

The Bible teaches us to do unto others as we would have others do unto us.  We are thrilled that we have the opportunity to visit and minister to the elderly at Centreville Health Care Center on a regular basis.  In the twilight of age, men will often give a more earnest consideration to the gospel.  It is our prayer that the seed of God's Word would fall on good ground and bear eternal fruit worthy of the name of Jesus!

 

 

 

Each week we are privileged to visit the inmates who are incarcerated at Wilkinson County Correction Facility with the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.  We are extremely thankful for this spiritual door that has been effectually opened to us.   Over the past two years we have seen many who attend our meetings strengthened in their walk with God.  It is a joy beyond human expression to see men who once lived shattered and useless lives find new hope in Jesus.  Oddly enough, many of these men were reared in church but never actually heard the true gospel.  In the future, we would like to see this ministry expand and grow as the opportunities for fruitful labor appears to be unlimited.  Please pray with us that God would send us men who have a specific  burden and calling to prison ministry.  Click on the picture to the left to meet some of the brothers in WCCA.

 

 

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