Services will be broadcast live at www.apostoliccvlive.com! All times are CST.
New sermon on www.apostolicclassics.net and in the iPhone / Android apps by Bro. Ben Weeks. This message was preached at North Little Rock Camp Meeting on 8/10/1999 “The Ability to see The Big Picture”
KingdomAdvanceMissions.comÂ is a web-based ministry created to enhance Apostolic Missions globally. Through Kingdom Advance foreign missionaries, pastors, and new church planters will be able to connect, collaborate, make financial contributions one to another, and celebrate kingdom successes.Â Kingdom Advance will bring greater connectivity to the Body of Christ. That connectivity will result inÂ limitlessÂ creativity which in turn increases the profitability of the kingdom. Kingdom Advance will make communication between church leadersÂ easierÂ through a ministerial directory made accessible to each member of Kingdom Advance. Quick access to contact infoÂ means less delay and less delay will get more accomplished.Â Kingdom Advance will generate unparalleled collaboration within “The Church.”
Everyone who partners, promotes or participates with Kingdom Advance, wholeheartedly commits to the following as a personal and ministerial doctrinal statement:
- A belief in ONE GOD, infinite in power, whose name is JESUS.
- A belief in the Apostles Doctrine, as presented in Acts 2:38, as the only plan of salvation. (Repentance, Baptism in Jesus name by immersion for the remission of sins, and the baptism of the Holy Ghost evidenced by the speaking in other tongues as the Spirit gives utterance (Acts 2:4, 38; Acts 19:5-6).
- A belief in the literal second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ. A belief in the glorious catching away of the saints (the rapture), and that only those who are filled with His Spirit, and are living a life of Holiness will go with Him when He comes (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18; 1 Corinthians 15:51-54; Acts 2:11).
- A belief in living a Holy and Sanctified life, apart from which one cannot please God (Hebrews 12:14).
- A belief that as an Apostolic believer, no materialÂ (Hollywood, etc.)Â that violates the Biblical teachings of holiness in body, mind and spirit should be viewed or have a place in our homes and lives, regardless of the medium that may present that material.
- A belief that the Bible deals with dress, ornamentation and the wearing of goldÂ (jewelry)Â in a very definite manner. When the Bible says, “modest apparel,” a belief that the Bible means exactly what it says (1 Peter 3:3-4).
Coordinators: Daniel McKillop, James Townley
AdvisoryÂ Board: Caleb Adams, Ken Bow, Jason Calhoun, Clifford Clark, John Padgett
Rev. John John Lambeth “It’s Time To Go Back To Jerusalem”
Rev. Jonathan Dudley “The Generational Transfer”
Rev. Ben Weeks “The Marks Of Worship”
Rev. James Townley
“Moses, You Must Always Be Meek”
Rev. Joel Booker “Contending For The Vision”
West Coast Conference 2013.
Messages from East Coast Conference 2013 are now on the Vault!
We are happy to tell you that our apps are back up and working. Â It has been a long tough road but things should be much smoother now. Our iPhone and Android apps are live and now available for download on the Android market and iPhone App Store. We are continuing to work with the company on improving the app and adding enhancements. Â Some of the things we are working on are a combined app with Apostolic Classics / Vault, ability to listen live when we stream services, and an iPad app just to name a few. Â You are able to access sermons, blogs, event information, and more from the palm of your hand. Weâ€™ve supplied a link for you to follow.
Once youâ€™ve downloaded it and see how remarkable it is, please rate it, and donâ€™t forget to tell your friends about it!
Bro. S.L Wise preaches on “Power of Words” in 1956. Â Not sure exactly where or exact date in 1956 this was preached. This can be found on our Truth Casting ChannelÂ http://www.truthcasting.com/player.aspx#showSermon=82417. and onÂ www.apostolicclassics.com.
Rev. Spenser Leslie Wise
Â United Pentecostal Church International
1884 ~ 1963
Reverend Spencer Leslie Wise was born July 15, 1884. In the early years of the the 20th century he moved to Texas, where he worked in sawmills, and at one time, helped operate a pool hall. S.L. Wise, as he was known, received the Holy Ghost in 1913 at Remig, Texas,Â through the ministry of the late Robert L. LaFleur. He was ordained to preach the gospel on January 1, 1915 at 2:00 a.m. in a watch night service, by Brother LaFleur and Brother A. Fuselier. He was a faithful minister of the true gospel for forty-nine years.
He served as pastor at Browndale, TexasÂ until the sawmill closed, and then moved to Lake Helen, Florida. From there he went to Alco, Louisiana, and soon moved again to Eros, Louisiana, where he labored in God’s work until 1926. He then went to Ansley, Louisiana. At this time, the Lord led him to establish a church at Hodge, eleven miles south of Ansley. But a suitable place could not be secured, so a tent was pitched in Jonesboro, two miles south of hodge. Revival services were held there for one month, and much good was accomplished.
Overcoming vigorous opposition, Brother Wise finally obtained permission to use a tract of land on the outskirts of Hodge. A tent was erected, and a revival was conducted. Later a small tabernacle was built in Hodge, where the group worshipped for about three years. The greatest revival that Hodge had experienced was held in May and June of 1930, with Brother and Sister Hayes as evangelists. Eighty-three were baptized in Jesus’ name, and about sixty-five receied the Holy Ghost. In 1931 a nice church was built on the ground where the tabernacle had stood. The Sunday School grew to be the largest of any of the six churches in Hodge.
During his long ministry, S.L. Wise held many offices. In 1932 he was chosen as a General Presbyter in the Pentecostal Assemblies of Jesus Christ, and served as Presbyter of the South Central Council of that group for many years. He was also chairman of the South Central Council Publishing House in 1935. He was instrumental in the merger of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Jesus Christ and the Pentecostal Church, Incorporated in 1945, and was elected District Superintendent of the Louisiana District, United Pentecostal Church, in February, 1946.Â Â He faithfully filled this office until ill health forced his retirment in 1953. For the remainder of his life he was an honorary member of the louisiana District Board, and of the General Board.
After his retirement as District Superintendent, he ministered from church to church for six years, teaching Bible lessons as his health would permit. He often said, “I would rather wear out than rust out.” During the last four years of his life he was almost completely dependent upon others for physical help, but even in this condition his life was fruitful for the Lord. He spent much of his time in prayer, and many heard him calling the names ofÂ inister, missionaries, officials, and the unsaved. He admonished, advised, and counselled with many who visited him. During his confinement he read the bible through seven times, and a half. S.L. Wise went to be with the Lord on February 18, 1963, but the work that he did lives on.
This information is from Apostolic Archives :Â http://www.apostolicarchives.com/Spenser_Leslie_Wise.html
Bro. Murrell Ewing preaches on “There was Given to me a Thorn” at Because of the Times in Alexandria…Unsure exactly what date. Â This sermon is now online in our Truth Casting channelÂ http://www.truthcasting.com/player.aspx#showSermon=82307.
New uploads on the Vault:
Rev. Cody Marks “The Point Of Release”
Rev. Cody Marks “To Close To Miss It”
Rev. Phil White “Ridicule Is No Match For True Convictions”
Rev. Nathaniel Wilson “The Genetics Of Revival”
Rev. Scott Graham “Would You Like God With That?”
Rev. Ben Weeks
Rev. Nathaniel Urshan
Rev. Steve Buxton
Rev. Floyd Odom
Rev. Ron Garrett
We will be updating Apostolic Classics soon with messages before the year 2000! Â Also more news should be forthcoming on our apps.