(Sept. 30)Vol. 6, No. 21



I wrote a longer piece than usual for this week’s article, but I thought it better to just let everything flow out. I truly hope that you’ll read it and find some solace.


Local news in the area

We are still raising money to begin construction for our bathroom installation. The total cost of the project is $6000. So far we have risen close to $4000. If you can, please make a donation by going to ktorradio.com and click the donate button.

Sunday sermons, Wednesday messages

Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, “No Fear (Psalm 23:4)”


“Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.” (Ps. 23:4 KJV)

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Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016, “The Imprint of God (Hebrews 1:1-9)
In order be like Jesus, we must know who He is for ourselves, “The Word was brought to us through Christ…” We no longer have to go through someone else to get to Him because we seek Him in His Word.

Jesus alone did everything that needed to be done in order for us to be redeemed, “The beginning of the end started when He arrived, but it will be finished upon His return.” We cannot make passage into the kingdom except through Christ.

Is the imprint of God noticeable in your life? “The imprint of God is something in you that personifies itself… It takes a certain drive, a certain place of receiving.” When people look at you do they know who you belong to? Are you in positioned so that His imprint can be seen within you? “You have to get to a place where no one can sway you on who Jesus is in your life. You should have the kind of relationship with God where you can come to Him no matter what.”

Do you know who Jesus is in your life? If you say He’s your Savior, what does that mean exactly to you? “If Jesus isn’t who He is to you according to scripture then you have a problem…because you don’t really know who Jesus is.” Knowing who He is causes you to handle things differently from those who don’t. You seek Him with confidence to know He’s going to do what He said, and when He answers you, you respond. “You can’t keep asking God to act if you’re not willing to do anything.”

If you truly want people to see the imprint of God in your life, take the time to get to know who God is in your life.

Using artistry to empower the Kingdom

NOW PRESENTING: Sam Robson, “Blessed and Highly Favored (Acapella Cover)”


I’m actually still fairly new to this young man and his music, but I saw a clip of one of his acapella videos he made on YouTube and I immediately became a fan of his work. Robson sings hymns, Gospel songs and other tunes as well. He then takes a series of layered clips and fits them all into one to make a stellar work of art. One of my personal favorites is his acapella video of the song Blessed and Highly Favored by the Clark Sisters. He did this one with some of his friends and they all were incredible. Robson has released an album called Hymns which is available on iTunes and Amazon. You can also show your support by liking his page on Facebook: Sam Robson Music or by donating on his Patreon:  Sam Robson (Patreon)

VIDEO: Blessed and Highly Favored (Acapella)

Events, announcements for the month of September

Dates will occasionally be added to the calendar

  • Sept. 4: 32 Annual Labor Day Classic, PVAMU, Prairie View, Texas
  • Sept. 12: Sister Jasmine’s Birthday
  • Sept. 23: Sister Reca’s Birthday
  • Sept. 25: 4th Sundays “The Remedy,” 5 p.m., Temple of Refuge

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